A Message from the Chief of Police
All members of the Hudson Police Department are committed to presenting a successful community-oriented policing approach in dealing with today’s concerns and tomorrow’s problems. Community-oriented policing is not one program. It is an ongoing committed effort to establish, develop, maintain, and enhance a collaborative partnership with citizens and city leaders for the safety and security of all.
In our quest to promote such a partnership, we have developed the programs described in this website to address today’s problems and concerns. We stand ready to add programs as needed and improve on those already established. We are your Police Department, and we are here to serve and protect.
Chief Dave Robbins
Hudson Police Department Responsibilities
The Hudson Police Department (HPD) is dedicated to safeguarding the lives and property of the people we serve, to reducing the incidence and fear of crime, and to enhancing public safety while working with the community to ensure a high quality of life in our city. The department is committed to providing a superior level of service with honor and integrity, while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards.
In addition to ensuring the safety and security of the city, HPD works closely with the community, providing many services, such as:
- Community-oriented policing
- Juvenile diversion programs
- Senior watch visits
- Vacation watches
The Hudson Police Department is staffed by:
- 28 full-time officers
- 5 full-time dispatchers
- 4 part-time dispatchers
- 4 auxiliary officers
- 4 civilian personnel