Est. | 1964

Buena Park Police Association

Our Mission Statement

The objective of the Buena Park Police Association shall be to advance the professional, educational, economics, and social welfare of its members; to improve fraternity of its members; and to achieve these and all other purposes and objectives through legislation, legal, and other appropriate means beneficial to the collective membership.

About the BPPA

The Buena Park Police Association was incorporated July 29, 1964, and is the only recognized bargaining unit for the men and women serving as police officers and police personnel in the City of Buena Park.

The purpose of this association shall be to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and the State of California; to promote and foster the enforcement of law and order; to increase the effectiveness of the police profession and enhance our public confidence in the police, and to improve the quality of life in the community of Buena Park.

The Buena Park Police Association is comprised of both sworn and non-sworn executive law enforcement officers and personnel from our local agency. The goal of our association is to move forward on our professionalism, as well as the economic and social welfare of all its members.

The Buena Park Police Association office has been located in the heart of Buena Park, CA and can be reached at P.O. Box 579  Buena Park, CA 90621. Office hours are by appointment only. Feel free to inquire and learn more about our association!

Our Board Members

Roger Plumlee


Dirk O'Dette

Vice President

David Pantoja


Maria Esquetini