Dedicated Employees

The Pineville Police Department has 72 full time employees. 60 of which are sworn officers which comprise the various bureaus of the department.

INCREDIBLE Reponse Times

The Pineville Police Department responded to 16,559 calls for service in 2015. The average response time for those calls was ONLY 2 MINUTES and 28 SECONDS (2m:28s)!

Your Tax Dollars At Work

The Pineville Police Department completed 4,497 incident reports in 2015. Of those incidents 1,493 arrests were made for various crimes committed.

Welcome to the Pineville Police Department

The Pineville Police Department is committed to serving our community while protecting the rights of all persons. Consistent with this commitment, the Department’s vision, mission and core values, in concert with the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics, reflect the guiding philosophy of the Pineville Police Department. It is the vision of the Pineville Police Department to, as closely as possible, achieve a city free from crime and public disorder.

It is the mission of the Pineville Police Department to safeguard the lives and property of the people we serve, to reduce the incidence and fear of crime, and to enhance public safety while working with the diverse communities to improve their quality of life. Our mandate is to do so with honor and integrity, while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence.

Core Values of the Pineville Police Department

The Core Values of the Pineville Police Department are intended to guide and inspire us in all we say and do. Making sure that our values become part of our day-to-day work life is our mandate, and they help to ensure that our personal and professional behavior can be a model for all to follow.

▪ Service to Our Communities
▪ Reverence for the Law
▪ Integrity in All We Say and Do
▪ Respect for People
▪ Quality Through Continuous Improvement

Service to Our Community

We are dedicated to enhancing public safety and reducing the fear and the incidence of crime. People in our communities are our most important customers. Our motto “To Protect and to Serve” is not just a slogan – it is our way of life. We will work in partnership with the people in our communities and do our best, within the law, to solve community problems that effect public safety. We value the great diversity of people in both our residential and business communities and serve all with equal dedication.

Reverence for the Law

We have been given the honor and privilege of enforcing the law. We must always exercise integrity in the use of the power and authority that have been given to us by the people. Our personal and professional behavior should be a model for all to follow. We will obey and support the letter and spirit of the law.

Integrity in All We Say and Do

Integrity is our standard. We are proud of our profession and will conduct ourselves in a manner that merits the respect of all people. We will demonstrate honest, ethical behavior in all our interactions. Our actions will match our words. We must have the courage to stand up for our beliefs and do what is right. Throughout the ranks, the Pineville Police Department has a long history of integrity and freedom from corruption. Upholding this proud tradition is a challenge we must all continue to meet.

Respect for People

Our people are our most important resource. We can best serve the many and varied needs of our communities by empowering our employees to fulfill their responsibilities with knowledge, authority, and appropriate discretion. We encourage our people to submit ideas, we listen to their suggestions, and we help them develop to their maximum potential. We believe in treating all people with respect and dignity. We show concern and empathy for the victims of crime and treat violators of the law with fairness and dignity. By demonstrating respect for others, we will earn respect for the Pineville Police Department.

Quality Through Continuous Improvement

We will strive to achieve the highest level of quality in all aspects of our work. We can never be satisfied with the “status quo.” We must aim for continuous improvement in serving the people in our communities. We value innovation and support creativity and we dedicate ourselves to proactively seeking new and better ways to serve.