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Delano Police Department

Delano Police Department
Abbreviation DPD
Patch of the Delano Police Department.
Agency overview
Formed 1913
Employees 85
Annual budget $8.0 million (2011)
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction* City of Delano in the state of California, USA
Map of Delano Police Department's jurisdiction.
Size 14.355 miles (23.102 km)
Population 53,041 (2010)
Legal jurisdiction As per operations jurisdiction.
General nature
  • Civilian agency
Operational structure
Headquarters 1022 12th Street
Delano, California
Agency executive Chief of Police, Mark DeRosia
Detentions Delano Jail
* Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction.

The Delano Police Department is the agency responsible for law enforcement within the City of Delano, California. The department is divided into three divisions; Administrative Division, Patrol Division, and Investigations Division.[1] It contains over 80 officiers and civilian employees. The police headquarters is located at 1022 12th Street. The city is currently constructing a new headquarters at 2310 High Street.[2] The department also maintains a type 1 jail.[3]

See also


  1. ^ Divisions. City of Delano - Police Department. Accessed: 04-06-2012.
  2. ^ Accomplishments. City of Delano - Police Department. Accessed: 04-06-2012.
  3. ^ Jail Operations. City of Delano - Police Department. Accessed: 04-06-2012.

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