Emeryville Police Department

  • Agency: Emeryville Police Department
  • Address: 2449 Powell Street, Emeryville, 94608 CA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 510-596-3700
Fax: 510-653-5883

Emeryville Police Department is located at 2449 Powell Street, Emeryville, 94608 CA. The Emeryville Police Department phone number is 510-596-3700.

Emeryville Police Department News

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Congratulations to Lt. Dauer on being selected as Employee of the Quarter. Lt. Dauer this is a well deserved honor. Thank you for all the work you do and we are glad you were recognized for if, keep it up.

OMG! Did you hear what is happening the 28th?

Coffee with a cop will be at Peet’s in the public market on the 28th. A flyer will be coming soon. 🙂

Need to know info for today.

It's National Pizza day! Comment your favorite kind of pizza.

It's National Pizza Day. Comment your favorite pizza below.

We were invited by Escuela Bilingue Internacional (EBI) to talk about safety at school. We had a great time, the kids were awesome and had great questions. Everyone had fun and the kids loved the goodies. #emeryvillepd #kidsareawesome

Last night Sgt. Hannon’s mother Nellie Hannon was recognized at the City Council meeting for her work in our community. As we celebrate Black History month we are very excited that she was recognized for her tireless efforts not only for our community, but for the surrounding communities also. Thank you Mrs. Hannon.

Come live in this great city. A very nice story on the future affordable housing in Emeryville.

This is a great cause that will be coming up. Just wanted to let you know.

Night-shift at it again! #notourwatch MEDIA ADVISORY/NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: 02/06/18 Incident: Burglary Arrest Location of Incident: 1250 45th St Date/Time Occurred: 02/05/18 Incident Case Number: 1802-0372 Suspects: Holle, Andrew Tyler, 20, Oakland & Venson, Hasani Maliknari, 22, Oakland Charges: 466 PC, 459 PC, and 1203.2(a)PC Narrative: Emeryville dispatch was notified by Pixar Security that two subjects were looking into vehicles with flashlights at 1250 45th St. Officers responded to the area and located Holle and Venson, who both matched the description provided by security. A name check revealed that Holle was on probation for vandalism and that he also had a search clause. A search of Holle revealed two I-pads and a credit card that did not belong to him. Venson also consented to a search, which revealed a registration card and insurance card belonging to a nearby Audi. Officer checked the area and located two vehicles with broken windows and a window punch tool approximately 50 feet away from where Holle and Venson were stopped. Both Holle and Venson were identified by security, placed under arrest and transported to jail for booking. Prepared by: A. Salaiz Emeryville Chief of Police Jennifer G Tejada SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Emeryville Police Department is to protect life and property, to provide a safe respectful environment for people to live, work, and play. We achieve this through professional, proactive, fair and impartial policing in partnership with the community.

Making some goodies for kiddos at a local school we get to speak at. #feelingexited #safety1st

Night Shift doing their thing. #notonourwatch MEDIA ADVISORY/NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: 02/01/18 Incident: Probation Arrest Location of Incident: 4097 San Pablo Ave Oaks Card Club Date/Time Occurred: 01/31/18 Incident Case Number: 1801-2411 Suspect: Karace Tucker, 40, Dublin Charges: 466 PC, 11351 HS, 11378 HS, 11364 HS and 1203.2(a)PC Narrative: Due to the recent auto burglaries around the Oaks Card Club Parking lot, Officers have been doing frequent security checks of the area. While conducting a security check, an Officer located a SUV that had a lot of miscellaneous property stacked in he rear cargo area. The officer ran a record check of the vehicle to see if it was stolen or related to the recent auto-burglaries in the area. The vehicle came back registered to a Karace Tucker and was not stolen. Further investigation revealed that Tucker was on probation for theft and had a search clause attached to him. There were numerous tools and tool boxes scattered throughout Tuckers vehicle. Tools are often targeted and stolen during auto burglaries. The Officer contacted Tucker as he returned to his vehicle. A probation search was done of the vehicle property. The probation search of Tuckers vehicle revealed two different types of Heroin, Methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and other items that consisted of drug sales. It also revealed tools commonly used by burglars. Tucker was arrested for the listed charges and transported to jail. Prepared by: A. Salaiz Emeryville Chief of Police Jennifer G Tejada SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Emeryville Police Department is to protect life and property, to provide a safe respectful environment for people to live, work, and play. We achieve this through professional, proactive, fair and impartial policing in partnership with the community.

Our weekend watch did some good work! #notonourwatch MEDIA ADVISORY/NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: January 28, 2018 Incident: Robbery Location of Incident: Bay St. Mall, 5601 Bay St. Emeryville, CA Date/Time Occurred: Incident Case Number: January 28, 2018, 6:40 PM, 1801-2161 Narrative: Emeryville Police Officers were on a security detail at the Bay St. Mall. Officers were on the second-floor platform just above the courtyard. They heard screaming coming from the ground level. Officers went downstairs and saw several subjects running and being chased by a victim. The female victim yelled to the officers that the subjects running stole her purse. Officers detained two out of the four suspects. Officers attempted to locate the victim’s purse and the outstanding suspects and could not locate them. Officers spoke to the victim and she said the suspects attacked her from behind. The suspects threw a drink at the victim and started to beat her. The victim dropped her purse and one of the suspects picked it up and ran. The two detained subjects were positively identified as the suspects by witnesses and the victim. The juvenile suspects were placed under arrest. The suspects were transported to Juvenile Hall on robbery charges. The victim suffered minor injuries and refused medical attention. Prepared by: R. Lee Sergeant #310 Emeryville Chief of Police Jennifer G Tejada SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Emeryville Police Department is to protect life and property, to provide a safe respectful environment for people to live, work, and play. We achieve this through professional, proactive, fair and impartial policing in partnership with the community.

What a beautiful shot of the Bay and the back of Trader Vic’s. Photo is courtesy of Nick Sebastian.

The Emeryville Police Department was recently awarded a public / private partnership grant where Automated External Deliberators (AED’s) were acquired. The police department is looking for local businesses to who are interested in obtaining a free AED, a lifesaving machine. These AED’s come with a wall mount and are intended to provide a business with a valuable lifesaving machine. The only requirements are that the business, large or small, mount the device in an area where it can be accessed by business staff or patrons. A City of Emeryville Hold Harmless Agreement is necessary and will serve as the only mandated agreement for this program. Contact the Emeryville Police Department at emeryvillepd@emeryville.org if you want to take advantage of this great opportunity for a free AED. (AED in photo is similar and not the AED mention above)

MEDIA ADVISORY/NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: 01/23/18 Incident: Residential Burglary Location of Incident: 3900 Adeline St Madison Park Date/Time Occurred: 01/22/18 Incident Case Number: 1801-1645 Suspects : David Chavez, 19, Emeryville; Samuel Morales, 28, Emeryville Charges: 459 PC, 466 PC, 148(a)(1) PC, 10851 VC & 1203.2(a) PC Narrative: Officers responded to the garage of the Madison Park Apartment Complex on a report of two suspicious people, later identified as David Chaves and Samuel Morales, who were reported to be in a secured bicycle room located in the complex garage. The apartment complex was recently targeted by bicycle thief’s and the security team was actively monitoring the security video for suspicious subjects. When officers arrived, they attempted to speak to the suspicious subjects, both Chaves and Morales fled. After a short foot pursuit both were detained by officers. Both Chaves and Morales were identified by property management as the same suspects from prior bike thefts. A recently stolen vehicle out of Oakland was also located on scene. This vehicle was stolen during a residential burglary in Oakland. Chaves had the key to this vehicle on his person. Morales is on probation for stolen property and was re-arrested. Prepared by: A. Salaiz Emeryville Chief of Police Jennifer G Tejada SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Emeryville Police Department is to protect life and property, to provide a safe respectful environment for people to live, work, and play. We achieve this through professional, proactive, fair and impartial policing in partnership with the community.

It's #Nationalpopcornday, and there is a Cornology on Bay St. Decisions, decisions. Comment your favorite popcorn.

Thank you to everyone who stopped by for Coffee with a Cop, and thank you to Scarlet City for hosting us.

MEDIA ADVISORY/NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: 01/18/18 Incident: Arrest Possession of Stolen Property, Possession of Firearm & Possession of Ammunition Location of Incident: 5300 Block of San Pablo Ave Date/Time Occurred: 01/17/18 1144 PM Incident Case Number: 1801-1375 Suspect: Cameron Gordon, 25, Oakland Charges: 496(a) PC, Possession of Stolen Property, 25850(a) PC, Carrying a Loaded Firearm in Public and 25400(a)(1) PC, Carrying a Loaded Firearm in a Vehicle. Narrative: An Officer made a traffic enforcement stop at the intersection of 53rd St. and San Pablo Avenue on a vehicle driven by Cameron Gordon. As the Officer contacted Gordon, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle, the Officer could smell the odor of Marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. While speaking with Gordon, the Officer noticed a Styrofoam cup in the cup holder of the center console. The cup was filled with a green leafy substance that the Officer recognized as Marijuana, which is a violation of 23222(b) V.C. Further investigation revealed Gordon had in his possession additional Marijuana along with a loaded .22 caliber revolver. Gordon was arrested for the above charges and transported to Jail for booking. Prepared by: M. Allen Emeryville Chief of Police Jennifer G Tejada SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Emeryville Police Department is to protect life and property, to provide a safe respectful environment for people to live, work, and play. We achieve this through professional, proactive, fair and impartial policing in partnership with the community.