The Roseville Fire Department and Roseville Police Department selected Jamie Burmeister as Roseville's Fire Dispatcher of the Year, and Susie Padilla as Roseville's Police Dispatcher of the Year. Their awards were presented at the 18th annual Organization of Public Safety Telecommunicators Dispatcher Appreciation Awards in Sacramento on April 12. This regional event kicked off National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week (April 13-19, 2014), an annual recognition of the amazing and difficult jobs of police, fire and emergency medical dispatchers.
They don't make international news by catching crocodiles in shopping centers every day, but Roseville's animal control officers--John Bennett, Laura Morin and Sarah DeRego--work hard every day to protect public safety and the welfare of animals.
We're seeing a surge in thefts of catalytic converters again, so if you drive one of the frequently targeted high-profile trucks or SUVs, please call one of our partnering auto service businesses and schedule your service today.
If you drive a pickup or SUV that's high off the ground and has an accessible catalytic converter, you're at risk for catalytic converter theft. Thieves crawl under vehicles, cut off the converters and sell them to unscrupulous scrap yards, where they're highly prized for the small amounts of precious metals they contain. You can take some steps to make your catalytic converter less attractive to thieves.
The City of Roseville, in collaboration with area law enforcement agencies, utilities and schools, is hosting several Roseville locations for a one-day free drop-off of unwanted or expired medications. The event is sponsored by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and provides a safe and convenient way to properly dispose of these medication.