The Culver City Police Department consists of 109 sworn officers, 21 reserve officers and 50 professional staff dedicated to providing the highest level of police service to the residents, businesses, and visitors of Culver City. Led by Chief Scott Bixby, the Culver City Police Department continues to help make Culver City one of the safest cities in California.

  The City of Culver City

Culver City encompasses approx. 5 square miles and is home to approximately 40,000 residents. The City hosts a daytime population of 60,000. It is just minutes from LAX, Marina del Rey, the Pacific Ocean, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills and Downtown Los Angeles, making it ideal for residents, business, and visitors alike. For more information, click here for the official website for The City of Culver City.

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  Message to the Community from Chief Bixby

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The Culver City Police Department supports the Pink Patch Project. The purpose of this project is to raise breast cancer awareness and raising funds for breast cancer treatment and research.

Patches and t-shirts are coming soon! Please contact Lt. Troy Dunlap at (310) 253-6258 for more information.

  Property Room Information


Under Government Code Section 50050/50057, funds that are not the property of a local agency that remain unclaimed for three years become the property of the local agency after notice if not claimed or if no verified complaint is filed and served. At any time after the expiration of the three-year period, the local agency may cause a notice to be published once a week for two successive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation. The notice will state the amount of money, the fund in which it is held and that it is proposed that the money will become the property of the local agency on a designated date not less than 45 days nor more than 60 days after the first publication of the notice. Upon or prior to publication, a party of interest may file a claim with the City Clerk’s Office which must include the claimant's name, address, amount of claim, the grounds on which the claim is founded and any other information required by the City Clerk’s Office. The agency shall accept or reject that claim. When any such money becomes the property of a local agency, the legislative body may transfer it to the general fund.


The Culver City Police Department has formed an alliance with an internet auction site to dispose of goods that are unclaimed or no longer required to be held in the agency's Property/Evidence room. Items from the Property/Evidence room's inventory available auction may be viewed at This online auction service is available to the general public and is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  Traffic Collision Reports are now available online!

To better serve our citizens and insurance carriers, Culver City traffic accident reports are now available online. Save time and effort by accessing reports at your convenience - simply click the LexisNexis eCrash link to get started!

  Crime Mapping and Statistics

The Culver City police Department has partnered with other surrounding law enforcement agencies to share crime statistics information. Click on the map below to view crime maps and information. Once on the crime mapping page, type “Culver City” into the search bar at the top of the page. You can control the scope of your search by selecting crimes reported by agencies, a time frame by date, and type of crime. The statistics are updated daily and can be viewed in a map or list format. Each icon that shows up on the map represents a specific crime and you can click icon to see the details.

  New Smartphone App

The Culver City Police Department has a new smartphone app.

The Culver City PD App provides a free and modern app which will assist Culver City residents, and anyone else who wants to be, to stay connected with your police department.

The App is a quick link to all of Culver City Police Department’s social media outlets, our website, can link to your smartphone’s mapping feature for directions to the Department, provides easy one touch non-emergency dialing, and more.

Please sign up for their new app using the QR code shown below or search for Culver City PD in your app store.

  Bicycle Registration Free of Charge

Every year, the Culver City Police Department recovers a large number of bicycles. Many of the bicycles are not reported stolen or owners do not have the serial number for their bicycle. Having the bicycle registration will help law enforcement identify the rightful owner of the bicycle in the event it is stolen and/or recovered by providing us with the necessary information.

The registration is a quick and easy process. The information needed for the registration is the owner’s name, address, phone number, make/model/type/color of the bicycle, serial number and approximate value. This information would be submitted into the law enforcement databases to identify your bicycle.

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  HSI Victiim Notification Program

If you are a Victim or witness who wants to obtain information regarding a criminal alien's release from custody, click on the link below. NOTE: You will need to register with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in order to receive notification of a criminal alien's release.

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