The City of Bozeman’s Police Department will be a hosting tours of all city spaces at the Law and Justice Center in Bozeman every Wednesday in August at 5:15 PM. All ages are invited. The tours are a part of a united effort by the City of Bozeman to continue education about the Bozeman Public Safety Center (BPSC.) Should the bond for construction of the BPSC pass at the November election the Police Department would relocate from their existing space at the Law and Justice Center. The tours are an opportunity for members of the public to see the space the department currently operates out of and discuss with Police Department staff the challenges they face in the space as Bozeman grows.
Police Chief Crawford says, “Myself and staff members look forward to the opportunity to meet with community members and answer any questions they may have on the current building or the proposed project.” No sign up is necessary to attend a tour. Anyone interested can gather in the lobby (located at 615 S 16th Ave in Bozeman) at 5 PM with tours starting at 5:15 PM and running for 30 minutes. While tours are scheduled to only run every Wednesday in August the Police Department may continue them for as long as there is interest from the public.