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DEA Drug Take Back Event
The Police department is accepting prescription medications for disposal on one day only!  Saturday, September 26 between 10am and 2pm, you are welcome to bring your prescription and over-the-counter medications to the Bainbridge Island Police Department as part of the Drug Enforcement Agency’s nationwide "Drug Take-Back Initiative."  If you cannot visit the station during the event, please do not dispose of your medications in the trash or by flushing - simply hold onto your medication until the next event.  Thus far, the DEA has sponsored bi-annual events in the spring and fall, and BIPD will continue to participate as long as the events are scheduled.  Please do not bring sharps!  The event is specifically geared toward collecting unwanted medications only. Police Chief Matthew Hamner explains “It’s important to dispose of unwanted medication in the safest, most environmentally responsible way and the BIPD is happy to provide that venue for our citizens.” (Posted 8/21/15.)
Annual Reports
The BIPD is pleased to announce the release of its 2013 and 2014 Annual Reports. (Posted 6/1/15.)

Vision Statement
We, the members of the Bainbridge Island Police Department, envision a community where citizens can enjoy life without the fear of crime; a community where citizens and the police department are not only partners, but allies, and a community where the unlawful fear accountability at the hands of the criminal justice system.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Bainbridge Island Police Department is to provide professional, proactive law enforcement services for the people who live, work, and visit in our community.  In the pursuit of this mission, we commit to the following:

1) The continual integration of our core values of Integrity, Teamwork, Accountability, Excellence, and Duty into all that we do, 
2) The establishing and sustaining of strategic partnerships that increase effectiveness and connection, 
3) The ongoing evaluation and leveraging of technology and training to enhance public safety services, and 
4) Being open and responsive to the needs of our community.