Tracy Police Department

  • Agency: Tracy Police Department
  • Address: 1000 Civic Center Drive, Tracy, 95376 CA
  • Chief: Janet Thiessen (Chief of Police)
Phone: (209) 831-6550

Tracy Police Department is located at 1000 Civic Center Drive, Tracy, 95376 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Janet Thiessen. The Tracy Police Department phone number is (209) 831-6550.

Tracy Police Department News

With tax season around the corner and mail theft on the rise we encourage our citizens to take necessary precautions to prevent mail theft. If a community mail box sits in front of your home we encourage you to keep shrubs cut low and report any inoperable street lights that may be illuminating it. Remember the best way to prevent mail theft is to collect your mail daily.

The Tracy Police Department is hosting its 24th Annual Citizens Academy beginning on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. The Citizens Academy is a nine week course designed to offer our community an inside look at the Tracy Police Department’s structure, resources, and personnel. Each week, participants will be treated to a mix of classroom discussion, demonstrations and hands-on activities from virtually all aspects of police operations. There is no cost to attend the program, and the only commitment is your time. Read more:

Press Release: On January 3, 2018, Shane Dolera, a 62-year-old male from Tracy, was reported missing to the Tracy Police Department. The investigation revealed that foul play was likely involved in the circumstances of his disappearance. At this time Tracy Police detectives are seeking the public’s assistance with the any information regarding Shane Dolera’s disappearance or whereabouts. Information can be passed directly to investigators by contacting Detective Jarrod Jesser at (209) 831-6640 or Detective Camillo Swiger at (209) 831-6648, or through Tracy Crimestoppers at 209-831-ITIP (or text TIPTPD with your message to 274637). A reward is available for anybody who provides information that leads to the arrest of suspects involved in this incident.

We would like wish a happy retirement to K9 Bosco. K9 Bosco served in the Tracy Police Department for 7 years. His new job will be living the good life at home!

The Tracy Police Department is proud to announce the launch of a new and voluntary security camera registry program. This program will enable residents and business owners to partner with the police department and notify us that they are using private security cameras to keep their properties safe. In the event of criminal activity in a neighborhood, patrol officers and investigators can review the registry and reach out to residents and businesses that may have these cameras and ask to review their contents to seek leads to help solve crimes. Read more: To register your camera go to:

Chief Esquivel along with other members of the Tracy Police Department, City Council and City Manager were honored to host Assemblywoman Susan Talamantes Eggman as she presented Tracy resident Brian Pekari with her #AD13Strong award. Mr. Pekari sits on the board for Tracy Crime Stoppers and is also a member of Chief Esquivel’s Citizen’s Advisory Board. Great Job Brian and thank you for your commitment to helping Tracy stay safe.

On January 2, 2018 at approximately 8:30 am, the Tracy Police Department Investigation’s Unit arrested 34 year old Nolan Bradley for three counts of child molestation. Nolan Bradley was recently employed as a group home counselor in Tracy, California. Information was reported to the Tracy Police Department recently that Mr. Bradley was possibly involved in inappropriate sexual contact with a juvenile. Read more:

Happy New Year from all of us at Tracy PD! We are thankful for all the community support we recieved in 2017 and look forward to serving the Tracy community in 2018!

Uber? Lyft? Taxi? Designated driver? There are many options don't take a chance at a DUI!

Going out this weekend to celebrate New Year's? Plan your ride home ahead of time. Drinking and driving don't mix.

On behalf of the men and women of the Tracy Police Department we would like to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

**Update on located juvenile** The Tracy Police Department would like to thank the amazing community members of Tracy. We posted his picture and within 13 minutes his parents were located and they were quickly reunited. We are proud to serve such a caring community!! The Tracy Police Department is currently looking for the parents or guardians of this lost child. He was found at the intersection of Tracy Blvd and Schulte Rd. He appears to be approximately 6 years old. He is unable to tell us his name or where he lives. If anyone recognizes him please immediately call the Tracy Police Department at (209) 831-4552.

Are you buying or selling items on-line for the holidays and have to meet the buyer or seller in person? Keep these tips in mind and remember to never go alone.

Huge thank you to Victoria and Benjamin for stopping by TPD today and delivering a "basket of support" for the officers. We appreciate the support from these adorable heroes.

Congratulations to our very own Linda Gordon for winning Volunteer of the Year 2017!

The Catalytic Converter Etching event scheduled for Sunday, December 16th at SpeeDee Oil Change has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused but look to continuing these events in 2018.

Thank you to Walmart Tracy for sponsoring this year’s Shop With A Cop event. This annual event lets kids shop for their Christmas with the help from local officers. This year’s event brightened the faces of 40 local kids.

Do you have a pet? Visit the @Tracy Animal Shelter on Saturday, Dec. 16th from 1-3p to get your pet's picture with Santa! All pets are welcome. Photos are $5; proceeds help support the local non-profit Abbi's Pins for Pets!

Earlier today members of the Tracy Police Department and Tracy Volunteers in Police Service - VIPS delivered presents to students at Lammersville Elementary School. Tony's Letters to Santa began 9 years ago by our former volunteer Tony Fontana. We continue this tradition in his honor and by far the best event of the year for all of us.

Please join us on December 11th at our local Texas Road House for a Special Olympics Fundraiser. Texas Road House will be donating 10% of proceeds from 3pm-10pm. Tracy PD and Santa Clause will be there from 5pm-7pm! (You do not need to present the flyer to raise the 10%)

Press Release: On the evening of Sunday, November 26, 2017, at approximately 5:54 p.m., the Tracy Police Department began their investigation into a hit and run collision that resulted in a fatality. As noted in the November 27, 2017 press release, the victim would not be publicly identified until her next of kin had been contacted. Members of the San Joaquin County Coroner’s Office have since located the family of the deceased victim of this collision—Crystal Lynn Rojas, 46 years old, of Tracy. Read more:

Press Release: On the evening of Sunday, November 26, 2017, at approximately 5:51 p.m., the Tracy Police Department Communications Center received multiple calls of a female walking in the roadway near the 11th St. bridge. Officers were dispatched to the area, and at 5:54 p.m., the communications center received calls that a woman was now lying in the roadway. Officers arrived on scene three minutes later and found the woman, unresponsive. They attempted to revive her until paramedics took over. Unfortunately, she was pronounced deceased at the scene, a short time later. Read more:

Happening Now: Recess with the Cops at North Elementary School. Special thanks to Golden State McDonald's for providing healthy snacks for the students!

Press Release: On Monday, November 28, 2017, Tracy Police detectives arrested the fourth and final suspect in a homicide that took place on November 13, when a 16 year old male was shot in the 1600 block of Reyes Lane. Leads developed during the investigation resulted in the arrest of four subjects, all from Stockton: three male juveniles (ages 14, 15 and 17) and Fongkee Ricardo Osuna (18). No additional arrests related to this case are anticipated. Read more: