San Leandro Police Department

  • Agency: San Leandro Police Department
  • Address: 901 E.14th Street, San Leandro, 94577 CA
  • Chief: Joseph W Kitchen (Chief of Police)

San Leandro Police Department is located at 901 E.14th Street, San Leandro, 94577 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Joseph W Kitchen. The San Leandro Police Department phone number is (510) 577-2740.

San Leandro Police Department News

Halloween 2018 #halloween #sanleandro #community

Today marks the start for the 100 mile Holiday Step Challenge. Let's do this! Get out with your friends, family and neighbors and accomplish this together. Here’s how it will work: The goal will be to complete 100 miles of walking during the 30 days in November. This breaks down to approximately 6,667 steps per day (3.3 miles). We are using rounded numbers with a generic calculation knowing each participant’s stride would be slightly different. You can make up steps on days that you don’t meet your goal by simply increasing the step number during the remaining days. However, the true challenge should be to complete the daily goal unbroken. The steps you do throughout your daily routine will count. You will need a pedometer, fitness device (Garmin, Fitbit or similar device) or smartphone with a fitness counter application to keep track of your steps. Feel free to use this chart to track your group. You can also pick one up at our front counter at the police department if needed. On Nov. 30th, 2018 @ 6 PM you are invited to meet us at the front of the police department and we can walk the final 6667 steps together. Good luck!

Trick or Treat with SLPD & Halloween Safety Tips #halloween2018 #community #sanleandro #candy #trickortreat #fun

Thank you to Fatima and Melvin for the delicious appreciation lunch you catered for us from Sunrise Bistro & Catering. 😋 The homemade 🥕 Carrot Cake and Red Velvet Cake 🍰 were to die for. #thankfulforourcommunity #proud2serve #naptime #foodcoma

Please join us by welcoming back, to her PD family and community, 👮🏻‍♀️ Officer Joanna Villa who was injured in the line of duty last year. Welcome back home, we missed you! 💙🖤💙🖤💙🖤💙🖤💙🖤💙🖤💙 #SLPDOfficer #proud2serve #sanleandro

We would like to invite all of you to join us for our upcoming Holiday Step Challenge. We are challenging everyone to walk 100 miles during the month of November. This breaks down to approximately 6667 steps (3.3 miles) per day.

Come on down to the San Leandro Senior Center Resource Fair. Learn about SLPD CARES a free Telephone Reassurance Program for San Leandro Residents. #SeniorSuperHeros #community #sanleandro #proud2serve

Are you Traveling ✈️ soon? Here are some Luggage 👜Tag 🏷️ Do's & Don'ts Do you know that anyone working or visiting an airport can see the information written on your luggage tag? As travelers we do need to provide the airline with enough information so that luggage can be returned if lost. But, too much personal information could make you a target for your Home to be Burglarized while you are away on Vacation or Business. By only providing minimal information on your luggage tag – Your Name, preferably how it appears on your airline tickets – Your Direct Contact Phone Number (Cell Phone) – Your E-mail Address You are less likely to be targeted for a Home Burglary while you are away. When you are filling out your luggage tag the following information should "NOT" be placed on your tag. – Your Home Address – Your Home “LANDLINE” Phone Number The majority of travelers assume that their home address and phone number should be on their bags. The problem with this is... Problem #1 - Why provide your home phone number and home address if you will not be home for the airline to call you should you become separated from your luggage. Problem #2 - Listing your home phone number and home address exposes you to thieves loitering in many airports reading luggage tags! When you have your home address publicly available on your luggage tag you are announcing to these criminals that you are not home! Why no home “landline” phone number? These phone numbers tend to lead back to your home address which can be easily searchable online. Also BE AWARE of your SURROUNDINGS: When leaving the airport if you plan to make any stops i.e. Restaurants, Shopping Centers, Etc. make sure to put your luggage in the trunk of your vehicle prior to reaching your location. Criminals work in teams and are always watching. While you think you are having a nice lunch when you return to your vehicle your luggage is gone. #crimeprevention #communitysafety #proud2serve #sanleandro

You're invited to join the City of San Leandro and its Police Department tomorrow during the worldwide earthquake preparedness exercise, “The Great California ShakeOut," which will occur on October 18, 2018 at 10:18 AM. This marks the 10th anniversary of this drill, preparing cities, schools, organizations and families to survive and recover from a major earthquake. Employees in the city, as well as schools throughout San Leandro will join more than 8.7 million others in California and more than 53.9 million people worldwide in this disaster preparedness drill. At 10:18am, employees will respond to a simulated, devastating earthquake and take precautionary measures to protect themselves, coworkers and potential customers including “Drop! Cover! Hold On!” before evacuating city offices to designated locations of safety surrounding San Leandro’s City Hall and Police Department, where roll calls of personnel will be conducted and simulated damage of the buildings will be assessed. The Emergency Services Division of the San Leandro Police Department hopes that San Leandro’s residents, business owners, and families will join with them in preparing for an earthquake by registering for tomorrow's drill and participating in The Great California Shakeout on October 18th at 10:18 AM. For additional information, please visit:

Neighborhood Watch If you are currently an ACTIVE Neighborhood Watch Group in San Leandro we would like to hear from you. Please have your Block Captain contact me at The San Leandro Police Department is updating our Neighborhood Watch list and would like to have the most current information for our NW Groups. There are three things I need: 1. Bock Captain's Name, address, phone number and email 2. List of all participating houses in your group. Name, address, contact info 3. Google Map of your block with all participating houses circled. Please send the information to me at Thank you and I appreciate the assistance, Crime Prevention Officer Jennifer Crosby

San Leandro Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit would like to give you Crime Prevention Tips on how you could better secure your Home and Neighborhood in response to recent Residential Burglarizes in San Leandro. 🙅‍♂️👿🙅🏽‍♀️PROTECTING YOUR HOME 🏡 FROM UNWANTED GUEST/BURGLARS INSIDE - Keep all Doors 🚪 and Windows closed and 🔒 locked at all times weather home or not. - All Windows should have double locks 🔒🔒 or wooden dowels to prevent a burglar from opening the window. - Exterior Doors 🚪 need deadbolt locks and Sliding Doors should have vertical bolts, a metal rod or wooden dowel in the track to prevent the sliding door from being opened. - Lighting 💡 on Automatic Timers and Motion Lights should be maintained during darkness 🏙️. Select a few rooms in your house to remain lit to reduce the chances that any thief casing the neighborhood will notice that you’ve been gone. - Close Window Blinds and Curtains, you do not want outside visitors to see that you are not at home or to see what valuables you have inside. - Secure all valuables 💰 in a safe or lock box. Your safe or lock box should be bolted 🔩 or secured to the floor. OUTSIDE - Bushes and Trees 🌳 We call this Natural Surveillance. Keep all bushes trimmed lower that 36" and trees trimmed higher than 7'. This gives you and your neighbors a clear line of sight to your house and less likely to have someone hiding behind a bush/tree. - Set Outdoor Lights💡 to light up every evening. A BRIGHT HOUSE 🏠 is less likely to have unwanted visitors. - Keep Fences, Gates, and Garage Doors Locked. - Install Large, Reflective Numbers on your house and mailbox. This makes it easier for police 👮🏼‍♂️ & fire 👩🏻‍🚒 to identify your home in the event of an emergency. - Having a Clean Neighborhood. Work with your neighbors to clean up your neighborhood if needed. Litter, graffiti or abandoned cars can send the message to criminals that the residents in your area don’t care about the neighborhood or each other. Start a Neighborhood Watch Group. This is a good way to get to know your neighbors and gives extra eyes 👀 and ears👂on suspicious activity going on in your neighborhood. Show criminals that you take pride in your neighborhood and that criminals are not allowed. - Lock 🚗 Car Doors and remove all 👜💻 valuables. Leaving items in your vehicle is just giving a criminal an easy target. - Video Surveillance Cameras and Alarms are a great deterrent and will assist law enforcement in 🕵️‍♀️ solving crimes. You can register your camera at Please Report All Suspicious Activity to the San Leandro Police Department @ 510-577-2740 press 1.

Sausage N’ Suds Downtown San Leandro #SameGreatSuds

Coffee on the Go with San Leandro PD. Come grab a free cup of coffee. #nationalcoffeewithacopday

☕👮🏽‍♂️☕🚙 Don't forget to drive by SLPD from 7-9 am for FREE COFFEE! See you there!!!

On Wednesday at 11:18AM, FEMA will conduct a nationwide TEST of the Wireless Emergency Alert System (WEA) and will send a message to all cellular phones in the United States. The notifications will have a distinct, audible alert tone, the same as those used for AMBER alerts, tornado warnings and other emergencies. The message will read: “THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed.” For additional information regarding this nationwide test, please visit the following hyperlink from FEMA: Please remember that this is a test, and no action is needed by anyone.