Thank you for visiting the webpage for the Lodi Police Department. We hope that you find the content to be informative and valuable.
The Lodi Police Department is a full service police organization that provides safety and enforcement services to more than 3,000 residents of the city, as well as supplemental service to the Town of Lodi. Our mission is centered on service. Each officer is trained to the highest degree possible to effectively address crime and quality of life issues germane to Lodi.
The Police Chief serves under the direction of the Mayor and the Common Council. The police department consists of five full-time officers, one administrative assistant, and supplemental part-time officers.
The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center dispatches the Lodi Police. We maintain a fleet of three patrol cars that are equipped with state of the art communications and mobile computing technology.
The Lodi Police Department is funded through tax revenues, interdepartmental grants, and service fees. The per capita cost for policing services in Lodi is approximately $162, which is 18% lower than the average per capita policing cost in municipalities with a population of 3,000 to 3,500*.
Please feel free to contact our department with any concerns you might have, or if this webpage does not answer a specific question.