Stockton Police Department

  • Agency: Stockton Police Department
  • Address: 22 E. Market Street, Stockton, 95202 CA
  • Chief: Blair Ulring (Chief of Police)

Stockton Police Department is located at 22 E. Market Street, Stockton, 95202 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Blair Ulring. The Stockton Police Department phone number is (209) 937-8377.

Stockton Police Department News

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VEHICLE VS BICYCLIST FATAL COLLISION On September 27, 2018, at approximately 8:11 p.m., officers responded to a traffic collision at E Harding and N Airport Way. The bicyclist, a 64 year old male suffered major injuries and was transported to a local hospital where he expired. The driver, a 22 year old male, remained on scene and cooperated with the investigation.

WANTED FOR QUESTIONING #StocktonCrimeStoppers On September 10th, 2018, this suspect followed a 69 year old victim home. When she got out of her vehicle inside her garage, the Suspect waited and stalked the Victim until he could ambush her from behind. He grabbed her by the throat and demanded money from her. The suspect in these photos is wanted by Stockton Police for questioning concerning a Home Invasion Robbery. Case# 18-35204. The suspect's vehicle is a light colored 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer with aluminum wheels. The vehicle also has damage to the driver's side of the hood, possibly from a collision, which has not been or was recently repaired. The suspect is described as a black male, 20-30 years old, 5'04" - 5'08", 140 - 160 lbs, bald (possibly shaved). If you recognize this suspect or see him, call the Stockton Police Department immediately and no not approach. If the suspect is seen in a vehicle and the license plate can be obtained without alerting the suspect, the information should be forwarded to Detective Howard at 937-8532. You may call in and remain anonymous by contacting Stockton Crime Stoppers Inc. at 946-0600. Otherwise, contacted Detective E Howard at 937-8532. Stockton Crime Stoppers pays CASH rewards up to $10,000!

SPD NEWS: WEAPON ARREST #KeepingStocktonSafe #OneLessGun On September 26, 2018, at 4:30 pm, Stockton Police Community Response Team Officers conducted a vehicle stop for traffic violations in the area of Main Street and B Street. A search of the vehicle revealed a loaded .22 caliber revolver. Arrested was Erik Carter, 40, for weapons charges.

Thank you to everyone that stopped by today’s community event at Cortez Park. Participants enjoyed a drone demonstration, a K9 meet & greet, a visit from SPD bike and motorcycle officers and frozen otter pops! #cops4communities #communities4cops

Employee of the Month - September 2018 The Investigations Division has selected Office Specialist Brad Sieffert as Employee of the Month for September 2018. The Stockton Police Department hired Brad on March 1, 2012. He is currently assigned to the Special Investigations Section. Brad is known as a hard worker and a team player. Brad is responsible for accomplishing a great deal of work. He reviews, tracks, and routes all Field Interviews (FIs) for the entire Department. He ensures that the FIs are processed quickly and efficiently, and he routes those FIs to the appropriate divisions for intelligence and follow-up. Brad is also responsible for maintaining and updating all the confidential files within the Special Investigations Section. Brad is responsible for tracking and validating all known gang members in Stockton. He completes a comprehensive Gang Validation Report each month. One of Brad’s major functions is assisting with the Department’s weekly CORE Meeting. He is responsible for tracking activities that occur during the meeting and taking detailed notes. Brad sends out detailed minutes for each meeting, which are used for future reviews and deliverable tracking. It is also not uncommon to find Brad in the meeting room setting up chairs and tables before the meeting. Brad is known for his knowledge of computer software. Many of the employees in the Special Investigations Section go to Brad for assistance. He is always willing to help out others, even when he is busy. Recently, Brad took the lead on setting up an Operation Ceasefire SharePoint account. He was able to accomplish this task quickly and efficiently. Brad is a model employee and is deserving of recognition. Congratulations!

SPD NEWS: WEAPON ARREST #KeepingStocktonSafe #OneLessGun On September 24, 2018, at 5:00 pm, Stockton Police Community Response Team Officers conducted a check of a vehicle for a parking violation in the 2300 block of South Sacramento Street The suspect attempted to flee on foot. However, he was forced to the ground and found to be in possession of a loaded 9MM handgun with an extended magazine. Arrested was Ennis Parker, 22, for weapon charges and resisting arrest.

SPD NEWS: WEAPONS ARREST #KeepingStocktonSafe #OneLessGun On September 21, 2018, at 4:30 pm, Stockton Police Community Response Team Officers conducted a traffic stop for a minor traffic violation in the area of Holiday Drive and Banbury Drive. A search of the vehicle revealed a loaded 9MM handgun. Officers responded to the suspect’s residence where they conducted another search which revealed an AR-15 style rifle with suppressor and several high capacity magazines. The suspects were arrested and booked into the jail. Arrested were Michael Chavez, 35, and Alexander Bristol, 27, for weapons charges.

DUI Enforcement Operations Planned Tonight Stockton, CA - Officers from the Stockton Police Department’s DUI Enforcement Team will be deploying this weekend to stop and arrest suspected alcohol and drug-impaired drivers in the Department’s ongoing traffic safety campaign. DUI Saturation Patrols will deploy on Friday September 21st 2018, between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m. in areas with high frequencies of DUI collisions and/or arrests. High Visibility Enforcement using both DUI checkpoints and DUI Saturation Patrols has proven to lower the number of persons killed and injured in alcohol or drug impaired crashes. Research shows that crashes involving an impaired driver can be reduced by up to 20 percent when well-publicized proactive DUI operations are conducted routinely. In California, alcohol involved collisions led to 1,155 deaths and nearly 24,000 injuries in 2014 because someone failed to designate a sober driver. Over the course of the past three years officers have investigated 321 DUI collisions which have claimed 24 lives and resulted in another429 injuries. Officers will be looking for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment. When possible, specially trained officers will be available to evaluate those suspected of drug-impaired driving, which now accounts for a growing number of impaired driving crashes. In recent years, California has seen a disturbing increase in drug-impaired driving crashes. Stockton Police Department supports the new effort from the Office of Traffic Safety that aims to educate all drivers that “DUI Doesn’t Just Mean Booze.” If you take prescription drugs, particularly those with a driving or operating machinery warning on the label, you might be impaired enough to get a DUI. Everyone should be mindful that if you’re taking medication – whether prescription or over-the-counter – drinking even small amounts of alcohol can greatly intensify the impairment affects. Marijuana can also be impairing, especially in combination with alcohol or other drugs, and can result in a DUI. Studies of California drivers have shown that 30 percent of drivers in fatal crashes had one or more drugs in their systems. A study of active drivers showed more tested positive for drugs that may impair driving (14 percent) than did for alcohol (7.3 percent). Of the drugs, marijuana was most prevalent, at 7.4 percent, slightly more than alcohol. Stockton PD offers these reminders to ensure you have a safe night of fun that doesn’t involve a DUI: • Decide before you go out whether you plan to drink or drive. You can’t do both. • If you plan to drink, designate a sober driver. • Take a taxi, ride-share or public transportation. You can also look up sober ride programs using the National Directory of Designated Driver Services (NDDDS): • See a friend or another patron impaired trying to get behind the wheel? Take the keys away and help them make other arrangements to get home safely. • Report drunk drivers – call 911. Volunteering as a designated sober driver? Our designated driver very important person (“DDVIP”) program partners with bars and restaurants to offer non-alcohol specialty drinks for DDs, among other deals: The cost of a ride home is cheap! Drivers caught driving impaired can expect the impact of a DUI arrest to be up to $10,000 for first-time offenders, including fines, fees, DUI classes, license suspensions and other expenses not to mention possible jail time. Funding for this DUI operation is provided to Stockton Police Department by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Traffic Enforcement Operations Plan for Stockton Stockton Police Department will step up Bike & Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations today, Thursday, September 20th, 2018, with focused enforcement on collision causing factors involving motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists. The department has mapped out locations over the past 3 years where pedestrian and bike collisions have occurred along with the violations that led to those crashes. Extra officers will be on duty patrolling areas where bike and pedestrian traffic and crashes occur, in an effort to lower deaths and injuries. Officers will be looking for violations made by drivers, bike riders and pedestrians alike that can lead to life changing injuries. Special attention will be directed toward drivers speeding, making illegal turns, failing to stop for signs and signals, failing to yield to pedestrians in cross walks or any other dangerous violation. Additionally, enforcement will be taken for observed violations when pedestrians cross the street illegally or fail to yield to drivers who have the right of way. Bike riders will be stopped and citations issued when they fail to follow the same traffic laws that apply to motorists. All riders are reminded to always wear a helmet – those under 18 years of age must wear helmets by law. Pedestrians should cross the street only in marked crosswalks or at corners. Bicycle and pedestrian fatalities are rising in California as more people use these non-motorized means of transportation. Locally, Stockton Police Department has investigated 32 fatal and 855 injury collisions involving pedestrians and bicyclists during the past three (3) years. In 2013, California witnessed 701 pedestrians and 141 bicyclists killed, accounting for more than 28 percent of all traffic fatalities. Funding for this program is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.