Crime Prevention / Community Services

Officer Responsibilities
There are four officers assigned to The Bismarck Police Department’s Crime Prevention section. All give presentations to the community on various crime prevention topics, such as bank robbery, shoplifting and personal protection; give tours of the building; and conduct security surveys of homes and businesses.

Officer Clint Fuller

Officer Clint Fuller is doing the weekly landlord reports and primarily working with residents and neighborhood groups.

Officer Pat Renz

Officer Pat Renz is the coordinator of the Adopt-A-Cop program, coordinator of the bike patrol program, coordinates the alarm billing, is the lead Intoxilyzer operator, works with the reports from the online-reporting system, is the primary Neighborhood Crime Watch officer and coordinates with local banks on updating information for alarm response.

Sgt. Mark Buschena

The supervisor is Sgt. Mark Buschena. In addition to his other duties, Mark is the Bismarck Area Crime Stopper Coordinator, Volunteer Program Coordinator, manages the Landlord Notification Program, and is the department’s Public Information Officer. During 2010 we had direct contact with 14,801 people through presentations, tours and fingerprinting. Not included in this total are individuals who call or stop in with specific questions or requests.