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

Thank you to Ms. Edwards who baked over 1000 cookies for our officers and staff. That's a whole lot of cookies 🍪

Package Theft: On 04/18/18 at 1252 hours on 1400 block of Teakwood Wy. Help us identify this individual who is on a porch at a residence that he does not reside and removed a package from the porch that did not belong to him. We would like to speak with him. If you can identify this man you can make an anonymous tip through crimestoppers 24 hours a day 7 days a week (209) 831-4847 or TEXT- "TIPTPD" plus your message at 274637 (CRIMES)

UPDATE: Diana has been found safe and returned home. Thank you to all who help spread the word! Might be a long shot but worth sharing! Please help Mountain View Police find 11yr old, Diana Flores-Leiva.

Want to share your thoughts on the Corral Hollow Road closure? You can contact the project hotline or email them.

Congratulations to graduates of the 2018 Spanish Citizens Academy! Thank you for taking the time to attend the academy and hope the information we provided was helpful.

Happening Now: Captain Mejia and Sgt. Lopez at the 2018 Spanish Citizens Academy graduation!

April 8th-14th is also National Animal Control Appreciation Week. We would like to extend our appreciation to City of Tracy Animal Services and the work they put in to help our furry little friends 🐾In 2017 Animal Services facilitated 558 pet adoptions and 618 animal rescues.

April 8th-14th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! We would like to extend our appreciation to all dispatchers who play a vital role in answering calls for service. In 2017 Tracy PD Dispatch answered 130,387 telephone calls including 30, 008 9-1-1 calls! #911Dispatch

Please plan ahead for the road closures on Corral Hollow Road beginning on April 23rd.

PRESS RELEASE: On Saturday, April 28th from 10:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. the Tracy Police Department will be collecting unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your medications to the north parking lot at Tracy City Hall, 333 Civic Center Drive, for disposal. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. This event is co-sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration, and is the 15th collection since the inception of the Safe and Responsible Drug Act of 2010. This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—both pose potential safety and health hazards. Read more:

Happening now: Deputy District Attorney Ron Indran is speaking to the 2018 Citizens Academy Class about how the court process works through the eyes of a prosecutor.

PRESS RELEASE: On the evening of Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at approximately 10:43 p.m., the Tracy Police Department Communications Center received several 911 calls regarding a vehicle versus pedestrian collision in the 100 block of E. 11th St. One of the 911 callers was the driver of the vehicle that struck the pedestrian. TPD Officers arrived on scene and began rendering medical aid to the pedestrian until Tracy Fire and AMR arrived on scene. The pedestrian was transported to San Joaquin County General Hospital, where he later died of his injuries. He was identified as 34 year old Juan Amador Jr. of Tracy. This investigation is still in the preliminary phase, and the primary collision factor has not yet been determined. If you have information regarding this collision, you are asked to contact Sergeant Craig Kootstra at (209) 831-6637 or Officer Jared Trine at (209) 831-6545, or you may report tips anonymously through Crime Stoppers at (209) 831-4847.

Happening now: TPD's first bicycle patrol class of 2018 is putting their newly acquired skills to the test. Remember as the weather gets nicer, always keep an eye out for bicyclists and motorcycles.

Did you know traffic fines double in construction zones? Please remember that the 11th Street bridge is an active construction zone and therefor the 25mph limit applies. For your safety and the safety of the construction workers don't speed.

Earlier today the Easter Bunny 🐰 hopped on over to Lammersville Elementary School to spread some Easter cheer before students go on spring break 🌼

Happening now: Officer Fabiola Hernandez is providing an overview of basic patrol procedures on night 1 of our 2018 Citizens Academy.

Happening Now: Representatives from the San Joaquin County District Attorney office giving a human trafficking presentation to our Spanish Citizens Academy.

Beginning in 2017, the Tracy Police Department received numerous reports of fraud from clients of the business “Legal Docs Done”. All of the victims reported they were overcharged. Some victims reported several charges to their credit cards without their permission or reported that checks they didn’t write were negotiated through their accounts. After a lengthy investigation, Tracy Police Department detectives obtained a warrant and arrested the local business owner, Devon Bolla, for Identity Theft and Grand Theft. As a result of the investigation, there is reason to believe there may be more victims who live in Tracy. Anybody with information related to this case or who believes they may have been a victim after conducting transactions with the business are encouraged to contact Detective Camillo Swiger at (209) 831-6648.

The Tracy Police Department is aware of social media activity related to West High School regarding a potential threat. There was a graffiti incident on Friday which mentioned violence that is still under investigation by the School Resource Officer. This type of graffiti is not uncommon and was evaluated on Friday. Out of an abundance of caution, school staff and police implemented increased safety measures at the school. We also continued with a pre-planned community outreach event at West High that was attended by several police officers as well as Chief Esquivel. A rumor began Friday afternoon on campus that appeared to be based in that same graffiti incident; this rumor was dispelled. However, it appears over the weekend this same rumor began circulating on social media platforms and we were contacted by a student from West High School, which we are very grateful for. This gave us an opportunity to evaluate the postings and the potential source. We have been working with West High and Tracy Unified staff over the weekend to develop a plan which hopefully helps alleviate some of the stress and tension these incidents cause students, parents, and the staff as well. We take these issues very seriously and we understand the emotional toll they take on our community. Since Florida, these types of threats/rumors have been a reoccurring issue for many communities across the United States. We do and will continue to work hard to provide a safe environment in and around the schools in our community. We will have extra officers at West High School as well as other schools in Tracy. TUSD will also have additional staff assigned. If you see officers near a school, please do not be overly alarmed by that sight. It is our hope that by seeing a stronger police presence; we will help our students and community regain a feeling of safety that has been unfairly taken from them due to recent National events.

A sober driver is worth their weight in gold! #arrivealive #dontdrinkanddrive

You can't rely on luck. Don't drink and drive! #arrivealive #dontdrinkanddrive

On behalf of the men and women of the Tracy Police Department, we send our prayers and condolences to the family of the Marin County Deputy Sheriff who was killed in the line of duty early this morning. The entire Marin County Sheriff's Office family will be in our thoughts as they deal with this tragedy.

Congratulations to our two winners from Tracy High!

Happening Now: Our School Resorce Officers at Tracy High hosting a Knockout 🏀 basketball challenge. Winners get $50 gift card.

Congratulations to our two Knockout 🏀 winners from Kimball High School.