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City of WaterfordWATERFORD POLICE SERVICES
320 "E" Street
P.O. Box 199
Waterford, California 95386

Phone: (209) 874-2349
FAX: (209) 874-2973

In July of 1998, the City of Waterford entered into an agreement for the County of Stanislaus to provide law enforcement services for the City of Waterford. On September 30, 2008, this agreement was extended for an additional five-year term, expiring in June 2013. The Department is currently in negotiation with the City and is requesting to extend the current contract on a month to month basis until the Department can return to the Board for final approval of a new contract.

Both full time and extra help employees of the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department staff Waterford Police Services. Of the twelve positions assigned to the City of Waterford, seven Deputy Sheriffs, one Zoning Officer and two administrative positions are fully funded by the City. The Lieutenant, who serves as the Police Chief, is shared with the City of Hughson.

As of July of 1998, Waterford Police Department became Waterford Police Services. Even though there is a new name, the Department Motto, "Service with Respect" continues. The Department is dedicated to provide the highest level of public service with a commitment to provide a high visibility of patrol service, increased narcotic enforcement and the targeting of known criminal offenders. With continued partnership with the citizens of the community, Waterford Police Services has committed itself to the highest standards of professional excellence to fulfill its goals of reducing crime and making the City of Waterford a safer place to work and live.

 
Waterford Police Services Chief

ltbobbyhunt 200pxChief Robert Hunt

Robert Hunt was raised in Denair Ca. and graduated from Denair High School. He was a member of the Boy Scouts of America under Scout Master Gerald Mathis and earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Mathis was the Lieutenant with Hughson Police Department and encouraged Robert to begin his Law Enforcement career as an Explorer Scout with the Hughson Police Department in 1981. In 1983 he was hired as a Reserve Police Officer by Hughson and worked the High School truancy program and Patrol under Chief Len Etherington.

In 1985 Stanislaus Sheriff Lynn Wood hired Robert as a Custodial Deputy and in 1988 he began working Patrol in the Sheriff’s Operations division. As a Deputy, Robert has served on S.W.A.T., as a Detective in Narcotics, Auto Theft and Burglary. He has been the Community Deputy in Empire and Denair as well as a patrol Field Training Officer for over 8 years. Sheriff Les Weidman promoted Robert to the rank of Sergeant in 2002. As a Sergeant, Robert supervised patrol and the field training program before being assigned to supervise the Stanislaus Drug Enforcement Agency in 2004.

Sheriff Christianson promoted Robert to Lieutenant in 2013 where he is currently assigned as manager of the Sheriff’s Civil Division as well as the interim Chief of Police Services for the City of Waterford.

 


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