University of the Pacific Police Department

  • Agency: University of the Pacific Police Department
  • Address: 1041 W. Brookside Road., Stockton, 95207 CA
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University of the Pacific Police Department is located at 1041 W. Brookside Road., Stockton, 95207 CA. The University of the Pacific Police Department phone number is 209-946-2537.

University of the Pacific Police Department News

When using rideshare make sure you are getting into the right car. The app should state make, model and license plate number of the responding driver.

Master chef Sgt. Pete Bernardino volunteering his time cooking for the San Joaquin Office of Emergency Services Donor Breakfast today. His son is learning from the best.

Miracle Mile businesses have experienced a significant number of automobile burglaries. Please warn your employees and guests to NOT LEAVE ITEMS VISIBLE in their vehicles as we are experience a huge increase in automobile break-ins in the district, both day and night. Here are some additional tips to prevent from becoming a victim.

Hackers and thieves are getting more creative in accessing our accounts with the use of our phone number. We would never think of telling people we don't know our social security number but every day we give the cashier at the pharmacy or grocery store our telephone number in front of a line of people for a discount. Here is some good advice in preventing yourself from being a victim of a scam.

T Mobile Bank Access Scam Report on how scammers can change your number to allow them to access your bank accounts. Can be prevented by calling TMobile at 1-877-746-0909 requesting “Port Validation” which requires them to notify you if a cell number change request is attempted. Safe travels.

Today we mourn the loss of CHP Officer Andrew Camilleri Sr., father of three who was killed by an alleged drunk driver under the influence of both marijuana and alcohol. A staunch reminder not to drink and drive this holiday season. Our condolences and prayers to the Camilleri and the CHP family.

Safety Tips: Finals are almost over and time to relax and enjoy the holiday season. It’s the season of giving for some people, but others, unfortunately, are treating it as the season of taking. It seems every day this month there is a report or social media post from someone who has had packages swiped from front doors or their vehicle windows smashed. And although thieving Grinches seem to be looking to steal Christmas, there are several things people can do to avoid becoming victims. Here are some crime prevention tips for staying safe while you’re out shopping: Shop during daylight hours; if you must go at night, don’t go alone. Dress casually and comfortable, and avoid wearing expensive jewelry. Don’t get distracted; always stay alert to your surroundings. Avoid carrying large amounts of cash. Be careful of pickpockets and purse snatchers. Carry your purse close to your body and put your wallet inside a coat or front pocket. Keep your vehicle’s door locked and windows closed while in or out of your vehicle. Park your vehicle in a well-lit parking space and, if possible, close to your destination. Do not leave items of value in your vehicle. Beware of strangers approaching you for any reason If you need to place packages in your vehicle and plan on returning to the store, place them in the trunk, drive and park in a new location to make it appear you are just arriving

Polk County Sheriff's Office posted the following as a safety alert Please be aware of some of the posts you comment on. The posts that ask what was your favorite teachers name, who was your first grade teacher, who was your childhood best friend, your first car, the place you born, your favorite place, your first pet, where did you go on your first flight, Etc...Those are the same questions asked when setting up accounts as security questions. You are giving out the answers to your security questions without realizing it. Hackers are setting these up as a get to know each other better game. They then build a profile of you from several different data sources. They use this data to hack your accounts or open lines of credit in your name.

Great work by Sgt DeMuth and his team arresting Ty Leighton and 2 others who were in a truck after stealing the bait bike. They loaded it into the back of the truck and left but dispatchers were able to track the bike, leading officers to the truck’s location.

From the Department of Public Safety

Great work by officers who made a traffic stop which resulted in the arrest of a parolee who had two outstanding warrants for $100,000 each,possession of a handgun and nearly a pound of meth.

As Air BNB become a viable alternative when traveling so are the stories of owners placing cameras in inappropriate places in their rental. Here are some good tips and ways you can protect yourself.

Prayers to the Texas Tech community for the senseless shooting death of one of their officers.

Today as part of the University’s Emergency Response training, members toured the Stockton Police Incident Command post to understand the roles the emergency responders play in collaboration with our team.

Here is a good video illustrating on how you can check your ATM or gas pump for an illegal skimmer.

Our hearts and prayers go out to the Sacramento community for the senseless loss of Deputy Robert "Bob" French, a 21-year veteran of the department who died in the line of duty.

There was a report of a robbery on Pacific Ave where the victim was distracted listening to his exposed IPhone. Suspect was able to run up behind him just after midnight, knock him down and take his backpack and IPhone. Suspect was last seen running eastbound along the levee. There seems to be an uptick across town where the robber are attracted to these exposed phones that serve as a beacon. Below are some ways that can assist you from becoming a victim of a street robbery. Tips for Reducing Your Chances of Being a Crime Victim • Always be aware of your surroundings, vigilant of activity around you and attentive to individuals approaching, walking purposely and with confidence. • Do not allow yourself to be distracted by activity such as talking on your cell phone, listening to music or reading. • Try to travel with others, walk in well-traveled areas, and at night in well-lighted areas. • Protect your electronics by not displaying them as lighted phones can attract potential thieves • Resist the urge to multi-task while walking; wait to make phone calls, check your email and listen to music at your destination. • If you purchase an electronic device check on the availability of a tracking system for the device (usually free at time of purchase). • Do not use ATMs that are located in remote areas, use ATMs during the daylight hours in well-populated areas or those located in stores. • Do not display large amounts of cash when paying for items, and do not display exces¬sive jewelry. • if you carry wallet, place the wallet in your front hip pocket or inside jacket pocket- do not carry in your back pant pocket. • If you carry a handbag while walking, chose a small handbag or purse that you can grasp with a hand.

Congratulations to Sgt. Pete Bernardino and the rest of the 2017 Leadership Stockton class for their hard work in improving the environment of the downtown library.

Have a safe Memorial Day!