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Police Department

1051 Junction Blvd. Roseville CA 95678

Department Hours: Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Records Counter Hours:
Mon, Tues & Fri:  7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Thurs: 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. Closed Wed. and weekends.
Patrol & Dispatch Hours:
Open 24 hours

Emergency Phone:
911 or (916) 786-6444
Non-Emergency Phone: (916) 774-5000
TDD: (916) 774-5200
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Beware of these common telephone scams
News ImageWe're very sorry, but you haven't won the sweepstakes, nor does that giant global software company care so much about you that they've reached out to you to fix your computer problems. The Sheriff's Office isn't collecting money from you over the phone in lieu of arresting you for a warrant, and the IRS isn't suing you or arresting you you don't pay your back taxes to someone over the phone. Here are some common telephone scams that have been making the rounds locally.

2016 Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant application available for public review and comment
The Roseville Police Department has prepared an application for the 2016 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG). These grants are allocated by the federal government to eligible local agencies every year according to a formula based on the jurisdiction's population and crime rate. This year, Roseville is receiving $19,928 through this program, and the department intends to use it, as it has for the past several years, to support our crime prevention and public outreach efforts. The application is available on our website for public review and comment.

Police Activity & Crime Log, June 9-17
What happened in your area this week? Here's a digest of selected police calls and arrests for June 9-17.

Police Activity & Crime Log for June 2-June 9, 2016
What happened in your neighborhood this week? Here's the police digest of selected crimes, arrests and police activity for June 2-9, 2016.

Summer's here--let's keep underage celebrations safe and alcohol-free
News ImageSummer's here! Our young folks have graduations and lots of other reasons to celebrate and have fun. Let's work together to keep underage gatherings free of alcohol and other drugs. Underage drinking parties have led to serious problems, including destructive party crashers, trips to the emergency room, trashed houses, thefts and more.

Roseville's Social Host Accountability ordinance holds parents and even unsupervised juvenile hosts responsible for underage drinking parties, even if they didn't personally provide the alcohol or other drugs.

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