Crime Prevention / Community Engagement

Officer Responsibilities

There are two officers and one Sergeant assigned to The Bismarck Police Department’s Crime Prevention and Community Engagement Section. The primary duties of the section is to assist the community through education and resources to help reduce crime victimization while also developing and maintaining positive relationships between law enforcement and the community of Bismarck. The section also provides support for other divisions within the department with the various resources they have access to.  

To obtain any of the services or for other information, call the Crime Prevention/Community Engagement Section as 701-223-1212. If they cannot answer your question or provide the services requested, you will be directed to the agency that will be able to assist you. The section hours are generally 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. However, arrangements can be made for presentations at other times, if necessary.

Sgt. Dustin Miller

 


Officer Clint Fuller

Officer Clint Fuller focuses on providing services to the public geared to help reduce crime victimization. Clint primarily focuses on personal safety, active shooter and workplace violence. Clint overseas The Business Watch Program and Coffee With A Cop. He is president of the Bismarck-Mandan Safety Council and serves on the Crisis Care Chaplaincy Board, Missouri Valley Homeless Coalition and West Central Vulnerable Adults Coalition. Clint gives building tours and conducts alcohol server training to local businesses and provides security surveys for homes and businesses. 


Officer Caity Horne

Officer Caity Horne focuses on engaging with the community in a positive way to bridge the gap between law enforcement and the community that she serves.  Her main duties include organizing community events such as the Bismarck Police Department Picnic, Citizens Police Academy, the Blood Drive, Brave the Shave, Bike with the Blue. Halloween Trunk or Treats and Santa at the Station. Caity oversees the Bike Patrol Program and the Bike Registration Program for the residences of Bismarck. Caity does the daily Online Reports and Tip411 Program. Caity is the LGTBQ Liaison for the department. Caity gives building tours and does numerous community presentations, primarily focusing on women’s personal safety, children topics and elder exploitation,