Sacramento Police Department

  • Agency: Sacramento Police Department
  • Address: 5770 Freeport Blvd., Suite 100, Sacramento, 95822 CA
  • Chief: Rick Braziel (Chief of Police)
Phone: (916) 264-5471

Sacramento Police Department is located at 5770 Freeport Blvd., Suite 100, Sacramento, 95822 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick Braziel. The Sacramento Police Department phone number is (916) 264-5471.

Sacramento Police Department News

The Sacramento Police Department is partnering with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife for today’s 15th Annual Fishin’ Derby to benefit SacPAL and St. John’s shelter for women and children. The event is free for kids 5-15 years old! Food will be provided for all. We are expecting over 200 kids to participate throughout the day. This is a great for our community!The event will end at 1pm.

TGIF: Its the weekend!! but don't get out of your routine, the #9pmroutine, did you lock your car tonight & are the valuables removed? set an alarm on your phone - and make sure you go check every night, Please #lockitorlose it & also #dontstealstuff #sacpd

Don’t forget to join us for the biggest Fishing Derby of the year tomorrow ! #sacpd

Week 17 is in the books! Check out SPD Academy 18BR-2! #sacpd

‪CKM Senior presents to the SCUSD school board regarding college and career readiness programs #sacpd #SPDYouth ‬

The biggest SPD Fishing Derby of the year is coming up on Saturday November 3rd! This is a great community event and made possible by some amazing sponsors, thank you for your support ! #sacpd #Sacramento #Community #fishingderby

‪👻Happy Halloween from Central Command! IT is making a special appearance ! #sacpd #HappyHalloween2018 🎃‬

‪🎉Congratulations Senior Ladeena Sythong & Sophomore Ivan Lia won raffle prizes of our SPD hydro flasks for achieving 50+ hrs of community service- we are so proud of you, thank you to @SacPdFoundation for the generous donation that made this possible! #sacpd #SPDYouth ‬

‪🎃☠️is this #trickortreat? Is SGT Chandler really giving sound in his costume ?? We hope everyone has a safe & spooky #Halloween! #sacpd #notarealinterview ‬

We want you to have a fun and safe Halloween! Please check out these safety tips and keep your little ghosts and gobblins safe ! #sacpd #Halloweensafety #Halloween2018 #whoyougonnacall #Ghostbusters

‪❤️ As part of #RedRibbonWeek, Police Appreciation Day at Leataata Floyd Elementary School, Swat, K9, marine, mounted and motors & patrol gotbto hang out w/300 of the most awesome students yesterday! What a fun day! 🍎 #sacpd #sacpdstrong #community ‬ @ Sacramento, California

‪🎃When this is how your roll call starts, you know it’s going to be a great day - Happy Halloween #Sacramento!! @Chief_Hahn @TheCityofSac #sacpd 🎃#Halloween2018 ‬

Please share and help us find Bradford Dozier. He was last seen in Sacramento on the morning of Saturday 10/27, heading to hike at an unknown location. His car was located at the Evergreen Trailhead in Alpine county on Sunday 10/28. It is unknown if he was hiking from that location. Bradford Dozier is a male white, 55 years old. He is 5'10 and weighs approximately 190 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. Bradford was last seen wearing a dark green long sleeved shirt, olive hiking pants and hiking shoes or boots. An extensive search is currently underway in Alpine County. If you or anyone you know has any information regarding the whereabouts of Bradford Dozier, please contact the Alpine County Sheriff's Office at 1-530-694-2231.

‪🍎Capitol Heights Academy‬ ‪“Taking Pride in the Uniform” speaker series. ‬ ‪Ms. Campbell’s 1st grade class.🍎 #sacpd ‬

PSST you made it though Monday! but its time to get back into the routine, the #9pmroutine, did you lock your car tonight & valuables removed? set an alarm on your phone - and make sure you go check every night, Please #lockitorlose it and also #dontstealstuff #sacpd

‪My Sisters House 15th Annual Run for a Safe Haven: Members of the SPD sexual assault & family abuse units and their families supporting a great cause in this community 💕 #sacpd #togetherwearegreat #sacpdstrong

‪🏀We had a great time this morning playing ball with the @StocktonKings 🏀 #sacpd ‬

Deputy Mitchell, we have not forgotten #Inthelineofduty

Don't forget to Join the East Command for Cop Ramen, a new spin on #copsandcoffee today at 10:30Am, Origami/4801 Folsom Blvd., See you there!

The Honor was all ours @stocktonkings 💜💜we had a blast ! #sacpd ・・・ Thank you @sacpolice for ballin with us today 👏

Homicide Investigation- 2000 block of West El Camino Avenue This press release is a summary of the facts known at this time, as the incident is actively being investigated. The information contained in this press release is subject to change. Additional details will be released as they become available. On Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 2:01 a.m., officers from the Sacramento Police Department were called to the 2000 block of West El Camino Avenue regarding a shooting. The caller advised a victim had been shot. Officers arrived on scene and located a victim with a gunshot wound. The victim was declared deceased on scene by the Sacramento Fire Department. Homicide Detectives and Crime Scene Investigators responded to the scene to take over the investigation. At this time, a motive for the shooting has not been determined. This incident does appear to be isolated and there is no current threat to the surrounding area. The identity of the victim will be released by the Sacramento County Coroner’s Office once next of kin has been notified. Detectives are asking for the community’s help in providing any information they may have regarding this incident. The Sacramento Police Department encourages any witnesses with information regarding this homicide to contact the dispatch center at (916) 264-5471 or Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers at (916) 443-HELP (4357). Additionally, witnesses may submit an anonymous tip using the free “P3 Tips” smartphone app. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward up to $1,000.

‪🎃Tahoe Park Spook-takular:Shout out to all these awesome costumes and a special shout out to the little firefighter w/Sgt Morse- Malakhi,there is plenty of time to change your mind buddy,we can’t wait to see you in SPD blue! #sacpd #HalloweenSpooktacular ‬ @ Tahoe Park, Sacramento, California

TGIF: Its the weekend!! but don't get out of your routine, the #9pmroutine, did you lock your car tonight & are the valuables removed? set an alarm on your phone - and make sure you go check every night, Please #lockitorlose it & also #dontstealstuff #sacpd

Sacramento Police Department Police Receives Traffic Education and Enforcement Grant Sacramento Police Department has been awarded a $403,304 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a year-long enforcement and public awareness program. The traffic safety program is intended to educate the public on safe roadway habits and deter people from violating traffic laws or practicing other unsafe behaviors that lead to injuries and fatalities. "Our police department is committed to making sure we take steps to provide safe roadways for everyone in our city. Working together with our community, through education, prevention and enforcement, we will enhance safety for all motorists and pedestrians in Sacramento," stated Chief Hahn. The grant from OTS will fund various education and enforcement activities for the 2019 federal fiscal year (Oct. 1, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2019): • Distracted driving enforcement to deter driving while operating a cell phone. • DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols to take suspected alcohol/drug-impaired drivers – and those unlicensed or with a revoked/suspended license – off the road. • Traffic safety education presentations for youth and community members on distracted, impaired and teen driving, and bicycle/pedestrian safety. • Patrols at intersections with increased incidents of pedestrian and bike collisions. • Checking for seat belt and child safety seat compliance. • Motorcycle safety operations in areas with high rider volume and where higher rate of motorcycle crashes occur. • Speeding, red light and stop sign enforcement. • Warrant service operations targeting multiple DUI offenders. • Compilation of DUI “Hot Sheets” identifying repeat DUI offenders • Probation supervision for high-risk DUI offenders. • Specialized DUI and drugged driving training to identify and apprehend suspected impaired drivers. • Court “stings” to cite individuals driving from DUI court after license suspension or revocation. In 2016, 3,623 people were killed in crashes across the state, a 7 percent increase from 2015, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Particularly alarming is the rise in pedestrian deaths, with 867 pedestrians killed on California roadways in 2016, a nearly 33 percent increase from 2012. Along with the growing dangers of distracting technologies like phones and drug-impaired driving, this grant funding will provide opportunities to combat these dangerous and illegal behaviors. “Almost all crashes are preventable,” OTS director Rhonda Craft said. “Education and enforcement go hand in hand helping change behaviors that cause devastating crashes.” Funding for this program is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Sacramento Police Department Academy 18BR-2. Week #16 complete. #sacpd #SacPDStrong