Ripon Police Department

  • Agency: Ripon Police Department
  • Address: 100 E Jackson St., Ripon, 95366 CA
  • Chief: Richard Bull (Chief of Police)
Phone: (920) 748-2888
Fax: (920) 748-5347

Ripon Police Department is located at 100 E Jackson St., Ripon, 95366 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Bull. The Ripon Police Department phone number is (920) 748-2888.

Ripon Police Department News

Two Events Tonight Hosted by Department Tonight starting at 6:00 pm, the department will be presenting our annual department meeting to the public. This presentation will take place in the City Council Chambers. Immediately following the presentation, Sgt. Burgos and AOR #4 Officers will be conducting our quarterly AOR meeting. The AOR meeting is scheduled to start at 7:00 pm, also in the City Council Chambers. All of our community is welcome to attend both events.

2017 October Crime Maps The department has posted the October 2017 crime maps. The maps can be individually seen by viewing the web link on the department website or clicking on the link below. The department saw an increase of 6% in Part 1 Crimes committed year-to-date through September 2017 (340) compared to year-to-date 2016 (320), having a total of 20 more Part 1 crimes reported. http://riponpd.org/?p=3693

Yesterday, the department held it's 7th annual department meeting and uniform inspection. The annual meeting covers various topics, including current state of the department, review of the department's mission, vision, and philosophies, along with providing a road map to staff for our future goals. Photos show officers preparing for inspection.

Have you lost an items within the city? We have community members turning in found items frequently and all to often we are not able to locate the owner. The number 1 item turned in to the police department are bicycles. If you have lost something, and don't know where to go in an attempt to find it, please checkout the Ripon Police Lost and Found page.

Department staff just finished judging the Red Ribbon Week Door Decorating Contest at Ripona Elementary School. Principle Gregg will announce the winners later today. Fantastic job by everyone, Good luck!

Today was a busy day for Ripon Police Department Officers and staff, with multiple chances to meet with the community. Officers handed out cookies to Colony Oak students to celebrate Red Ribbon week. Later, Officers and Staff handed out candy to trick-or-treaters downtown

Make sure to stop by today and visit staff handing out candy in the Ripon Memorial Library parking lot from 2:00pm - 5:00pm. We will also have department vehicles on display for the kids.

Ripon Volunteers in Police Services and Police Department recognized with Certificates of Appreciation for work with Weston's School Safety Patrol and general school safety. Thank you Weston School and RUSD.

3rd Quarter Crime and Police Statistics July through September 2017 The department saw a decrease in total number of incidents handled (-5%) due to a reduced number of calls for service from the 3rd Quarter of 2016. The department also had an increase in the number of traffic citations issued (+31%) and a reduction in traffic collisions reported (-66%).

Check out the department's new challenge coins.

We'd like to thank all who came out to "Coffee with a Cop" locations this morning, sharing comments, observations and concerns.

2017 September Crime Maps The department has posted the September 2017 crime maps. The maps can be individually seen by viewing the web link on the department website or clicking on the link below. The department saw an increase of 9% in Part 1 Crimes committed year-to-date through September 2017 (305) compared to year-to-date 2016 (278), having a total of 27 more Part 1 crimes reported. http://www.riponpd.org/?p=3674

Emergency Vehicle Car Show Looking for something fun to do this weekend, come and join us at the Ripon Community Center from 9:00 am through 3:00 pm for the annual Ripon Police and Menlo Park Police Emergency Vehicle Show and Recruitment Fair this Saturday, October 7. There is NO entrance fee for the public to come and see some cool vintage emergency cars and memorabilia. Don't forget the event will also have a Code 3 parade that will start at approximately 1:00 pm.

National Coffee with a Cop Tomorrow morning members of the Ripon Police Department will be participating in the National Coffee with a Cop day. Staff will be at three separate locations within the city to meet and have conversations with community members. Here is where you can find officers tomorrow morning from 7:00 am through 9:00 am: Isabel's Vintage Cafe - 102 W. Main St. Chief Ed Ormonde Sgt. Danny Sauer Officer Leroy Sanchez Ripon Cafe - 150 N. Wilma Ave. #10 Sgt. Don Luthey FTO Ken Husman Officer Justin Qualle McDonald's - 1382 W. Colony Rd. Sgt. Stephen Meece Officer Alex Burgos Detective Paul Staley Additional officers may be present at these locations time permitting.

FBI releases National crime data for 2016.