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

Community Workshops on the Emeryville Parking Management Implementation Plan Thursday November 16, 2017 at Emeryville Center of Community Life. Two workshops (the same information will be presented at both) 3-5 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. For more information contact Amber Evans, City of Emeryville aevans@emeryville.org or (510) 596-4382.

COMMUNITY EXPO TODAY! EMERYVILLE CENTER OF COMMUNITY LIFE 10AM-2PM

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and the members of the Richmond Police Department. The communities of RIchmond and Vallejo lost a true guardian.

Helping out the Alameda County Community Food Bank! @Bay Street 11am-2pm

Join us at Bay Street to help the hungry today from 11am-2pm. We're collecting cash donations for the Alameda County Community Food Bank. Every dollar donated helps purchase up to $6 worth of food!

Emeryville's Holiday Parade!!! This year the Police Department recruited help all the way from the North Pole 🎅 🎄 🎁

More Pictures from National Night Out 2015

National Night 2015 was a success! 5 parties in our 1.2 square mile city! A BIG thanks to Emeryville's Community Services Department for organizing a fun event at Doyle Hollis Park and to all of our block party captains! We had free hot dogs and ice cream, jump houses, a band, games, face painting, police cars and fire trucks to explore, police motor cycles to climb on and even a K9 to meet!

Games, jump houses, crafts, FREE hot dogs! Meet your local Police and Firefighters, including a Police K9!

EPD is very saddened to hear about the loss of our brother Sgt. Lunger.

The result of hard work and cooperation by all involved agencies and their personnel.

New Police Chief – Community Input Wanted! The City of Emeryville is currently recruiting for a new Chief of Police and would like to obtain community input as to the desired characteristics and qualities of the individual. A special email account has been established to solicit community input. Please submit your thoughts and ideas to COPrecruitment@emeryville.org. Thank you in advance!

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The City's own Sarah B. She was our most excited graduate and truly a pleasure to have in class. Here she is standing with Captain Diotalevi and Chief Hall.

Congratulations to the graduates of the Citizens Police Academy #4 and to the instructors and staff who assisted in it's success!

After 40 years of service to the City of Emeryville, Chief Ken James has retired. We wish him luck in his future endeavors.

We grieve for your loss. Please be safe brothers and sisters at SJPD.

Update: Emeryville Police Department Officer Involved Shooting-3400 Block of Hollis Street. The Emeryville Police Department is releasing additional information regarding the officer involved shooting that occurred yesterday, February 3, 2015. At about 12:35 PM, employees from the Home Depot located in Emeryville reported a combative female shoplifting suspect pointed a handgun at several employees after they tried to detain her for theft. Included in the items she was stealing were knives. While employees were attempting to detain her, the female pulled out a gun, and pointed the gun at the employees trying to detain her. The employees feared for their lives and stopped trying to detain her. As two uniformed Emeryville Police officers driving fully marked patrol vehicles arrived at the store, they were advised that the suspect had fled on foot and was armed with a gun. After the suspect fled the store witness said she attempted to carjack multiple vehicles at gunpoint. Officers spotted the female in the 3400 block of Hollis Street. The suspect was still armed with the gun. Witnesses heard the officers give verbal commands to the suspect. The female pointed the gun at an officer and both officers discharged their service weapons, striking the suspect. Medical aid was provided on scene however the suspect was pronounced deceased by medical personnel. A loaded revolver was recovered from the scene, next to the suspect. The name of the suspect is not being released at this time pending notification of next of kin. There were no officers injured. One officer was wearing a body worn camera as part of a testing program, but did not activate the camera until after the shooting. Since the shooting occurred in Oakland, the Oakland Police Department is the primary investigating agency and is collecting all available evidence, including any video. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Oakland Police Department’s Homicide Section at (510) 238-3821. The officers involved both seven year veterans. One officer was a female and the other officer was African-American. The officer’s names are not being released at this time to allow sufficient time for the officers to notify family members. Sergeant Fred Dauer Administrative Section Professional Services Division (510) 596-3709 fdauer@emeryvillepolice.us

We now accept applications from anyone who has a child who goes to school in Emeryville. If this is an interest to you, submit you application soon! Space is running out!!

We've added some new classes! Sign up and come on the ride with us! We think you'll have fun!!