Community Bicycle Patrol
The Pendleton Police Department Community Bicycle Patrol is a practical way to balance the personal touch of a walking beat officer with today's need for mobility.
National Bike Registry
Since 1984, the National Bike Registry (NBR) has been helping identify and return stolen bikes (and scooters) to their rightful owners. More than 48% of stolen bicycles are recovered every year by law enforcement, but only 5% are returned since they have no way to determine ownership. When a bicycle is labeled and registered in the NBR database, it can be easily identified by police and returned to its rightful owner.
Originally sponsored by the National Sheriff's Association, International Association of Police Chiefs, and the American Association of Retired Programs (AARP), the TRIAD program unites sheriffs, police officers, senior volunteers, elder care providers, families, and seniors to reduce the criminal victimization of the elderly.
Officers in the South Madison Community Schools
From security to safety talks, the officers of the Pendleton Police Department are very involved with our local schools and in the community.
Shop with a Cop
The primary purpose of the "Shop With A Cop" program is to provide disadvantaged children with $100.00 worth of holiday gifts and to have them interact with law enforcement officers in a positive setting.
Toys for Tots
The mission of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the community in which the campaign is conducted.