San Leandro Police Department

  • Agency: San Leandro Police Department
  • Address: 901 E.14th Street, San Leandro, 94577 CA
  • Chief: Joseph W Kitchen (Chief of Police)

San Leandro Police Department is located at 901 E.14th Street, San Leandro, 94577 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Joseph W Kitchen. The San Leandro Police Department phone number is (510) 577-2740.

San Leandro Police Department News

Every day, members of the SLPD adhere to our core values of Teamwork, Integrity, Professionalism and Service as we serve the community of San Leandro. Today, Chief Tudor received the "Spotlight Award" from the Bay Area Business Roundtable for SLPD's continued commitment to public service that supports the economic health and vitality of Bay Area businesses and communities.

Please join San Leandro Police Department for a family fun community event: "UNITED 4 SAFETY & 7th ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE Our Festivities will begin Saturday, June 30th at 9am and will include department tours, k-9, traffic and SWAT demonstrations, safety vendors, family-friendly activities and free bbq. Get your throwing arm ready and try your luck dunking the Police Chief Jeff Tudor in our SLPD dunk tank. Everyone in attendance will receive a gift and be entered into the SLPD raffle with over 40 prizes to to win. Looking forward to seeing you all on Saturday!

โ€œLaptop Crime Alert" 2 Laptops stolen from coffee shop over the weekend in San Leandro. Please read the below safety tips: 1. Don't leave your laptop unattended 2. Protect your laptop by using a laptop security cable 3. Install an alarm on your laptop (makes a loud noise which draws attention to the suspect) 4. Be aware of your surroundings. Take a minute to look up while working on your laptop. (Thieves work in teams and easily blend in with customers) 5. If you see something suspicious call 911 Please be alert at all times and donโ€™t be an easy target. #crimeprevention #safetyfirst #community #bealert

In the past few weeks, the SLPD has received several reports of fireworks being ignited in San Leandro. We would like to remind everyone that fireworks are illegal in our city. This is for everyone's safety. If you see fireworks being set off, please call police.

** Special Olympics Northern California Torch Run ** Come out today and show your support for SLPD & Special Olympics. At 12pm we will be running from Bayfair Mall down E. 14th Street to the Police Department. Honk your horns and give a wave as we pass by. #community #specialolympics #proud2serve

Wishing all dads a Happy Father's Day. We hope that you enjoy your special day with family and friends.

SLPD OFFICERS TAKE 3 GUNS OFF OF THE STREETS OF SAN LEANDRO: Over the past few days, San Leandro Police Officers recovered three handguns during separate traffic incidents. All of the weapons were possessed illegally by arrested individuals, and two of the guns were recovered on the same night. The first incident occurred last Sunday evening on June 10th. A San Leandro Police officer on patrol conducted a routine traffic stop around 11:50 pm in the area of Davis Street and Doolittle Drive. One of the two occupants in the vehicle was on probation which led to a search of the vehicle. A loaded 9mm handgun was located in the vehicle as well as narcotics that were packaged for sales. Both occupants were arrested. The second incident occurred about 20 minutes later, on June 11th around 12:10 am. Another SLPD officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop in the area of MacArthur Blvd. and Fortuna Drive. A male subject in the vehicle was found to be on probation due to a previous firearm offense. Officers searched the subject's vehicle and found a loaded 9mm handgun. Both occupants of the vehicle were arrested. The most recent incident occurred last night, June 13th around 10:45 pm. A San Leandro Police Officer on Patrol conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 3000 block of Alvarado Street. The driver of the vehicle did not have any form of identification which required the officer to investigate further. As the driver exited the vehicle, the officer found that the subject was carrying a loaded 9mm handgun in his waistband. The gun was safely recovered, and the subject was placed under arrest. "These incidents are just a few over the past several days," said San Leandro Police Lieutenant Isaac Benabou. "So far this year officers have recovered approximately 31 handguns from cars and individuals in San Leandro. These incidents should remind us of the dangers that our officers face every day during routine calls. Fortunately, all guns were recovered safely, and without incident, however, any weapon present during a police encounter is dangerous and a reason for concern." Illegally carrying a firearm in California is a misdemeanor unless other circumstances exist, making it a felony.

Are you interested in serving as a community resource for Chief Tudor? Would you like to participate in forming strategies for the SLPD, develop community policing concepts and increase public awareness? If so, members of the San Leandro community are encouraged to apply to serve as 1 of 20 members on the Chief's Advisory Board. Deadline for applications is July 6, 2018. More information can be found at

Congratulations to the Class of 2018! We hope that all of your dreams come true. #SLHSPirates #ArroyoDons

Fun - Free community event for the family. Please join San Leandro Police Department ๐Ÿš“ for United 4 Safety and our 7th annual Open House. Saturday, June 30th from 9am-2pm 901 E. 14th Street โ€ขDepartment Tours โ€ขSpecial Demonstrations (Traffic, K-9๐Ÿ• & SWAT Units) โ€ขSafety Vendors โ€ขGames๐Ÿคนโ€โ™€๏ธ โ€ขClown๐Ÿคก โ€ขFace Painting (Sponsored by Heritage Baptist Church) โ€ขDunk Tank (Dunk the Chief๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿปโ€โ™‚๏ธ) โ€ขFree Popcorn๐Ÿฟ & Cotton Candy โ€ขFree Lunch ๐ŸŒญ๐Ÿฅค๐ŸŒญ (Sponsored by SLPOA) โ€ขFree Raffle ๐ŸŽŸ๐ŸŽŸ๐ŸŽŸ (Over 40 Prizes to giveaway) and we would never forget McGruff the Crime Dog See you there!!!

Today, we honor and remember those members of America's Armed Forces who gave their lives protecting our country. #ThankAVeteran