This holiday season and always, don't be a sitting duck for thieves! Thieves are among us, and they are looking for quick and easy opportunities to steal. Don't make it easy for them. Follow these 5 safety tips from the Roseville Police Department to keep criminals out of your car and your property safe.
Operation Identification is a citizen's burglary prevention program for use in homes and business. The Operation ID program involves the marking of property with an identifying number as a means of discouraging burglary and theft. In communities where it has been properly implemented, Operation Identification has shown dramatic results in its ability to reduce burglaries.
If you have a burglar or robbery alarm system, the Roseville Police Department encourages you to use it wisely. Alarm systems can provide good protection from criminals, but they are ineffective and can waste valuable police resources if they are not managed well.
Here are a few driving tips from your local UPS drivers. If you are one of the 13 million traveling this Thanksgiving or during anytime during the holidays make sure you take extra precautions to make sure you arrive at your destination safely.
"…The County Sheriff’s Department has charged a local couple with robbing Tom’s Tailor Shop at gunpoint and beating the shop owner, Thomas Harris, with a pistol around 5 p.m. Friday. This incident is the latest in a series of recent robberies of a number of area businesses, including banks, convenience stores, gift shops, clothing stores, and gas stations, and has created a tense climate for businesses and local law enforcement officials…"
One of the Most Common Crimes Vehicle break-ins are amongst the most common type of crime in Roseville. It is especially prevalent during the holiday season. Fortunately you can take steps to protect your property and make your car less attractive to thieves.
National Night Out events in Roseville Tuesday, August 2, 2016, 6 — 9 p.m. National Night Out is designed to:
Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime prevention efforts Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police/community partnerships Send
a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back Deadline to submit your request is Tuesday, July 12, 2016 If you would like to have a city representative visit your local event, read the full
While school is in session. Here are some tips that will help your kids stay safe when around the school busses. Although drivers should be extra careful when in a school zone, children should not assume that all vehicles to stop. The NSC and the Roseville Police Department encourage parents to teach their children these bus rules.
Business Watch Overview – The purpose of the NCORCA / CrimeDex (Northern California Organized Retail Crime Association) is to establish a means of communication between Retailers & the City of Roseville Police Department. By working together this allows Retailers to share information regarding Retail Crime with the goal of reducing internal and external theft. We meet several times a year and regularly share suspect pictures- info, video, crime alerts, and trends in crime. Additional information can be provided by contacting Al Moody at: email@example.com