Healdsburg Police Department

  • Agency: Healdsburg Police Department
  • Address: 238 Center St, Healdsburg, 95448 CA
  • Chief: Kevin Burke (Chief of Police)

Healdsburg Police Department is located at 238 Center St, Healdsburg, 95448 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Kevin Burke. The Healdsburg Police Department phone number is 707-431-3377.

Healdsburg Police Department News

We're all ready for Halloween. Thanks to our friends at the Healdsburg Farmers' Market for dropping these awesome pumpkins by the station. Stay safe and visible while out trick or treating and remember to drive extra cautiously and watch for all the little ghouls and goblins.

Great job by one of our alert Officers who seized methamphetamines, cash, and an illegally possessed loaded firearm earlier today from a proactive self initiated contact with a known parolee in the Vineyard Shopping Center. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bmj2PINFJMP/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=41obhztert1z

https://www.instagram.com/p/BkOj3VWnTld/?taken-by=hpdchiefburke hpdchiefburke: Last week, our graveyard units attempted to stop a car for speeding. The driver decided not to stop and led officers on a pursuit towards Geyserville before fleeing on foot. Officers caught and arrested the suspect who had all of these items in his possession. He was booked on 7 felony charges. Great job to Officer Smith, Officer Doherty, and Sergeant Rodriguez. #healdsburgpolice #healdsburgpolicedepartment Great job by everyone involved. Keeping the community safe so our citizens can rest peacefully at night.

Today we participated in the Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run for the Special Olympics Northern California. Law Enforcement carries the Flame of Hope throughout Northern California until it makes its way to the 2018 Summer Games at UC Davis June 22nd - 24th. The run is meant to bring funding and awareness to this great cause. https://www.sonc.org/summergames

Thanks to everyone who stopped by the fair and supported us this weekend. It's always great to see all the kids and families having a good time. A special thanks to Steve Cox who keeps this going every year. Proceeds from the booth go directly back to the community, helping support our annual scholarships for HHS students who are continuing their education in the field of Criminal Justice and other programs.

All geared up and in the spirit to kick off the HFFCF Parade and Fair weekend!

We're starting to get the impression that at night when the town's people are tucked away the animals come out to play. This little guy was out wandering around on Powell Ave. last night. Maybe he was trying to catch a sneak peak of his competition at the park. It is FFA week after all. (By the way, this fella made it back home safe. He was just patiently waiting at the curb for his ride when we caught up with him... and yes, we do see the irony in this whole thing:)

Funny what you see working overnight sometimes in this town. We had a unique tourist pay us a visit in town last night. A local wilderness creature was running around downtown last night and eventually made its way back to its home on the outskirts of town. At first we thought Bear Republic Brewing Company's mascot might have gotten loose when we saw it running around in the plaza. (video in previous post)

Our Furry Visitor

NATIONAL POLICE WEEK Sunday, May 13 - Saturday, May 19, 2018 In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others. http://www.nleomf.org/programs/policeweek/

This case was brought to a resolution with the help of an alert citizen and a thorough investigation by the Healdsburg Police Dept. and Detectives from the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office. A good example of collaboration between our citizens, law enforcement community, and the criminal justice system. Hopefully the conclusion of this case will bring some semblance of closure for those affected.

Much appreciation to our wonderful group of dispatchers. They are the voice you first hear when you call for help on anything public safety related in town and the voice the police officers on the street hear on the other side of the radio when they need help.

Hit & Run (Vehicle vs. Bicyclist) On Wednesday, February 28th at approximately 3:10 PM, the Healdsburg Police Department responded to the intersection of Matheson St. and University St. to a vehicle vs. 80 year old bicyclist injury hit and run. The bicyclist was transported to Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Healdsburg Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance helping to identify the vehicle involved in this incident. The vehicle was described as an older model red car, with the passenger side mirror broken off. If there is anyone with information or was witness to this incident please contact the Healdsburg Police Department with further information. Contact Number: (707) 431-3377 Request to speak with Detective Van Vleck or Officer Dean

This suspected package thief was caught on camera yesterday afternoon (2/5/18) taking a package from the front door of a residence on the south end of University St. near Front St. in Healdsburg. If you recognise the truck or the woman in the picture please call Healdsburg PD at (707) 431-3377. (Reference Case #18-180/ Officer Castro) ***Update*** Thanks to everyone's help with sharing this and calling in with tips a suspect has been identified in this incident and a warrant is being saught for those believed responsible.

Our Dispatchers truly have a difficult and unique job. They are the gateway for all emergency and non-emergency police, fire, and medical calls that come through our city. They work long hours, often alone, handling a vast variety of issues over the phone, the radio, and in person in our lobby 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They have been working short staffed for several years now, unable to fill open positions. It's definitely not for everybody. If you feel you have what it takes to sit in that chair the Healdsburg Police Department is looking for you.

Thank you Healdsburg Girl Scout Troop 10176 for the nice gift bags and treats. On National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day we appreciate you and all your support.

Good food and great time at the Senior Appreciation Dinner. Great job putting this event together Healdsburg Senior Center and Healdsburg Community Services. Thank you for letting us be a part of it. It was nice spending some time and getting to show our appreciation for our local senior community.

Earlier today the DEA held their annual The Red Ribbon Campaign event at St. John's school, spreading the message for kids to stay drug free. The kids received a great message and got to check out some law enforcement vehicles.

The team crossing the finish line.