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Welcome to the Burbank POA Website! We hope you'll find our site enjoyable and informative. Here you will find links to other sites which may be of interest, exchange and interact with us. The goal of the BPOA is to act as a liaison between its members and management. We have a great working relationship with our community. We welcome any comments or suggestions you may have. Please check back frequently to stay up to date!

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About The BPOA

The mission of the Burbank POA is to provide for the benefit of its members and the community.

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Meet The Board

The BPOA Executive Board is comprised of a President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary.

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Charitable Giving

Every year the Burbank Police Officers' Association donates money and time to numerous charities.

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Featured News

16 April 2019
RUN TO REMEMBER On Sunday, April 7th, twenty-four employees (including officers, dispatchers, and other civilian employees) as well as friends and family, represented the Burbank Police Department in the fourth annual Run to Remember that commemorates fallen officers and other first responders.  The employees participated in 5K, 10K, and half-marathon runs while donning attire that remembered Burbank PD's fallen heroes.&n......
15 January 2019


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18 December 2018
  Thank you to all the men and women of the Burbank Police Officers' Association for their generous donations.  The BPOA presented boxes filled with toys to The Salvation Army - Burbank.  Lieutenant Kelly Berggren was grateful for the toys given that will bless children and their families during this holiday season. Have a safe joyful holiday! Lieutenant J.J. Puglisi, BPOA President
11 December 2018
Bureau of Justice Statistics-Contact Between Police and the Public. The portion of U.S. residents age 16 or older who had experienced contact with the police in the preceding 12 months declined from 26 percent in 2011 to 21 percent in 2015, the Bureau of Justice Statistics announced today. The number of residents who had experienced contact with police dropped by more than 9 million people, from 62.9 million to 53.5 million during the period ...
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