The Roseville Police Department and Roseville Police Activities League (RPAL) offer free individual and group counseling for youths ages 8-17. Counseling is provided by CSUS university interns under the supervision of Bridgette Dean, Police Social Work Director. Groups are a safe, positive space for youths to receive support from facilitators, talk about current challenges, support one another, and make new friends. Read on for more information.
The Department of Homeland Security has declared October National Cyber Security Awareness Month to increase the understanding of cyber security practices and the role that each of us plays in keeping cyberspace safe and secure.
Some of the biggest threats to our cyber security do not rely on complex and high-tech viruses, but instead take advantage of our human nature. These threats can be disguised as emails or fake social network links that require us to give them our personal information and passwords.
Roseville PD and Target Donate a Laptop to a Student in Need
The Roseville Police Department, in association with Shop with a Cop and Target, had an opportunity to fulfill the need of a Woodcreek graduate preparing to leave for college. Learn more by watching the video.
The Roseville Police Department is offering a new telephone reassurance program for disabled or housebound senior residents. Police volunteers will call residents enrolled in this free, voluntary program at a pre-arranged day and time each week to check on their well-being.
Neighborhood Watch is one of the most effective ways to prevent crime & help revitalize neighborhoods. Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of residents, in cooperation with law enforcement, to reduce crime in their communities. [Click Here for a Starter Guide]