San Pablo Police Department

  • Agency: San Pablo Police Department
  • Address: 13880 San Pablo Ave., San Pablo, 94806 CA
  • Chief: Walt Schuld (Chief of Police)
Phone: (510) 233-1214.(510) 233-1214

San Pablo Police Department is located at 13880 San Pablo Ave., San Pablo, 94806 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Walt Schuld. The San Pablo Police Department phone number is (510) 233-1214.(510) 233-1214.

San Pablo Police Department News

🔹Meet Officer Shaun Swaleh🔹 Officer Swaleh attended the Police Academy in Sacramento and immediately started working with San Pablo Police Department. Officer Swaleh and his brothers all served in the United States Army. One of his brothers also went in to law enforcement after active duty. He works in the Sacramento area serving his community as a police officer. Officer Swaleh has been a great asset to the City of San Pablo. He has a very proactive approach to policing and has quite the eye for finding stolen vehicles. Enjoy getting to know a little bit about Officer Shaun Swaleh. 👮🏽‍♂️

🎉CONGRATULATIONS🎉 Police Officer Recruits Tyler Hall and Chase Trevino graduated today from the 186th Basic Academy Class at Contra Costa County's Law Enforcement Training Center. Tyler and Chase will both begin the Field Training Program on Tuesday as San Pablo Police Officers. The San Pablo Police Department wants to extend a heartfelt congratulations to both new officers and welcome them into the San Pablo Police Family!

Today, our newly formed San Pablo Police Department Honor Guard had the privilege of presenting colors for Hercules Chief William Imboden's Swearing In Ceremony in the City of Hercules Council Chambers. Officers Bryan Biama, Cameron Banayat, Chelsea Douglass, and Shaun Swaleh represented our organization very well. Welcome Chief Imboden!

REST IN PEACE Today we mourn the loss of Ventura County Sheriff’s Deputy Sergeant Ron Helus. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the men and women of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office after the tragic loss of this hero. 🖤💙🖤 #ThinBlueLine #RIP

This #TBT photo is way too easy! This building looks exactly the same. What businesses are there now?

🐕▫️🐕▫️🐕 Words cannot describe how thankful we are to this man, George Krebs, as well as family and friends, for donating such a large amount to our K9 Association. His son, Garrett, worked with El Cerrito PD as an Explorer and Cadet. Garrett tragically lost his life and always dreamed of becoming a K9 handler. George and his family and friends have donated money and/or ballistic vests to local K9 Teams as that’s what Garrett would have wanted. We’re beyond thankful for your generosity, George, and your son will never be forgotten! ▫️ #thinblueline #k9 #k9unit #k9handler #sanpablopolicek9association

🚨🚔OUTSIDE AGENCY ASSISTANCE🚔🚨 Tonight we were contacted by CHP - Golden Gate Division Air Operations Helicopter about a car that was used in car break-in that happened in Pleasant Hill. The CHP Air Unit located the car as it pulled into one of our local motels in San Pablo. CHP switched over to our radio channel to request our assistance, and our officers were eager to provide it! San Pablo Officers stopped two people and located all of the stolen items inside the vehicle. Officers from Pleasant Hill Police Department came out and took both bad guys into custody and drove them back to Pleasant Hill to hold them accountable for their dirty deeds. This is an excellent example of mutual cooperation between multiple law enforcement agencies to achieve a common goal. Excellent work by everyone involved. A huge thanks goes out to our Dispatchers at Pinole Police Department for the outstanding work you all do for us every day! Thank you! #ProtectAndServe #OfficersInAction

🚨🚔OFFICERS IN ACTION🚔🚨 Today Officer Kitchen got a Two-for-One! While patrolling his beat, Officer Kitchen came upon a stolen U-Haul truck parked in town. He checked out the truck and could hear some people inside the back. Officers discovered two people sleeping inside and they were arrested. Both were on probation for vehicle tampering and weapons charges. A motorcycle was parked next to the U-Haul, and it too was stolen. Officer Kitchen knew something didn’t look right, and his instincts kicked in causing him to investigate. Good thing, because the owner of the motorcycle got his bike back and two people went to jail for it. If you see something like this that doesn’t look right in your neighborhood, give us a call and we’ll come check it out. #10851VC #StolenRecoveries #TwoForOne #ProtectAndServe

🚔🚨OFFICERS IN ACTION🚨🚔 Last night just after 10 pm, Officer Swaleh was out patrolling San Pablo when he heard a gunshot near Market and 23rd Street. He then saw a car leaving the area very quickly so he stopped it. The driver told police someone was shooting at him. He also told Officer Swaleh he had gun on him, so he was arrested on the spot. Officers located a gun and found the driver wearing a bullet-proof vest. Officer Swaleh reacted quickly to the incident unfolding in front of him and was able to take #OneLessGun off the streets that could do any harm in our Community. Afterward, the driver was provided a courtesy transport to the Martinez Jail, where nobody will be “shooting” at him anymore. ‪#OneLessGun #SPPDstrong #Community #ServeAndProtect‬

‪🚨🚔OFFICERS IN ACTION🚔🚨‬ ‪This morning the San Pablo Police Department SWAT team served two search warrants for narcotics sales.‬ ‪On the first search warrant, officers seized illegal drugs, 9 firearms, and some high capacity magazines. ‬ ‪On the second search warrant, officers seized more narcotics with evidence of drug sales, along with 2 additional firearms. ‬ ‪Both of these incidents stemmed from the illegal sales of drugs on the streets of our Community. A little follow through on each case allowed our officers to take #ElevenLessGuns off the streets of our Community. ‬ ‪#OneLessGun #SPPDstrong #Community #ServeandProtect‬

SAN PABLO (KRON) - With the help of technology, San Pablo police nabbed three people wanted for shooting and robbing another man. San Pablo police say when it comes to committing crimes using social media, criminals should realize they've got their own tech to stop them. Gunshots caught using ShotSpotter technology on the night of Oct. 29. San Pablo police say a man was shot four times along California Avenue and Rumrill Boulevard. With this technology, officers were able to respond to the scene within seconds. "We're very fortunate to have this technology and to have these resources available to us because in instances like this during an investigation, we're able to see what happened what occurred," San Pablo police Lt. Brian Bubar said. Lt. Bubar says after speaking with the victim, investigators learned he was dealing marijuana to three others. They shot him and stole the drugs. Police then used their surveillance cameras equipped with license plate detection throughout the city. They back-tracked the trio's steps leading up to the crime. “We're not hiding our technology," Lt. Bubar said. "We want to let it be known that if you commit criminal acts in the City of San Pablo, the likelihood that you're going to be apprehended is much greater in San Pablo because of the technology that we have." Police were able to use the victim's Snapchat and Facebook to identify and arrest the three suspects. They are 30-year-old Raymond Keeton and 19-year-old Shavoni Keeton. And 19-year old Jada Murry is now facing attempted murder charges. Police say the weapon used was made to shoot high powered ammo that closely resembles what you would find in an assault rifle. Police say they need help finding it and for people to come forward with more information about this crime. The district attorneys office is expected to officially charge the three suspects on Friday. The victim is not facing charges at this time.

*******WEST COUNTY UNITES POP UP********* Join us for a uniting of Richmond, San Pablo, Pinole & El Cerrito to combat vehicle break-ins. Come out, meet us, and learn some tips on how to protect your property and cars. WHAT? WEST COUNTY UNITES POP UP WHEN? Friday November 2, 2018 WHERE? Walmart Richmond Second Floor Level (1400 Hilltop Mall Road Richmond, CA) WHAT TIME? 5:30PM-7:30PM #WestCountyUnites San Pablo Police Department @elcerritopolicedepartment Pinole Police Department

👨🏾👨🏻MOVEMBER 👨🏼👴🏿 ▫️ It’s November which mean Mustache Month. San Pablo Employee’s will be supporting Men’s Health in November. ▫️ If you are a male, be sure to take care of yourself and your health. ▫️ For more info check out ▫️ Stay tuned throughout the month for more info and SPPD support on Men’s Health.

Check out today's #TBT photo. Can you remember the name of this business and where it was located?

This is our First Annual Safe Trick-or-Treating Event at the San Pablo Police Department and we all had a blast!

SAN PABLO (KRON) - This year marks the first "safe trick- or- treat" event in the City of San Pablo. Children there put on their favorite Halloween costumes, were treated to candy, along with an official police escort to several stops this afternoon. That included the San Pablo Police Department, a senior living center, a bank, a restaurant, and a liquor store, for candy... of course. San Pablo Police officers say they will continue high visibility patrols throughout the rest of Halloween night.

🎃🧙🏼‍♀️SAFE TRICK OR TREATING🧙🏼‍♀️🎃 It’s not too late to come down to do dome safe trick or treating with the San Pablo Police Department and all of our local businesses! Pablo the K-9 is making another appearance at 4:30 pm! Come on down and join us for this safe event! See you down here!

Last day of the month... #PinkPatchProject @ San Pablo Police Department

🎃UPDATED HALLOWEEN INFORMATION REGARDING SAFE TRICK OR TREATING LOCATIONS. The San Pablo Police Department has partnered with local businesses in Adobe Plaza to provide safe Trick or Treating for children in our community. Please bring your children to the Police Department to get their Trick or Treat bag and then take them to neighboring businesses to fill their bags with treats. Have a safe Halloween and we hope to see your children in their costumes this afternoon!!!🎃

#PinkPatchProject #SPPDStrong

🧙🏼‍♀️🎃HALLOWEEN SAFETY🎃🧙🏼‍♀️ Halloween is that time of year when children get dressed up in costume and go out into our neighborhoods to enjoy candy and other treats. In order to make this fun-filled holiday as safely as possible for our youth, the San Pablo Police Department has compiled the following Halloween safety tips for children and their parents: 1. Children should never be allowed to go out alone on Halloween. 2. Children should never eat any treats until they have been checked. 3. Advise children that they should never enter strangers’ homes. 4. Never invite children into your home. 5. Children should never accept rides from strangers. 6. Set a specific time limit for your children to be out on Halloween night. 7. Instruct children not to stray from their group. 8. A responsible adult should escort children while trick-or-treating. 9. Adult escorts should carry flashlights. 10. Keep pets inside your home, or another safe place on Halloween night. 11. Children should walk, not run, during their trick-or-treat activities. 12. Parents should know what route their children will be taking. 13. Props such as toy guns or swords should be made of pliable material. 14. Realistic replica firearms should never be used. 15. Masks should not be worn if they impair vision. 16. Children should always use sidewalks, not the street, for walking. 17. Children should look in all directions before crossing the street.