Daly City Police Department

  • Agency: Daly City Police Department
  • Address: 333 90th St, Daly City, 94015 CA
  • Chief: Manuel Martinez, Jr (Chief of Police)

Daly City Police Department is located at 333 90th St, Daly City, 94015 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Manuel Martinez, Jr. The Daly City Police Department phone number is 650-991-8119.

Daly City Police Department News

Today’s annual Bocci Tournament was held at the Senior Doelger Center. The Daly City Police and Daly City Fire Department we’re invited to compete as well!

The San Mateo County Coroner's Office is hosting a "Missing Persons Day," on Saturday, April 21st, 2018 from 9am-3pm. This day is designed to make connections that could help bring a missing person home. Refer to the flyer and youtube link for further information. https://youtu.be/IUZCxTrz604

Our latest Crime Bulletin from March 26 to April 1, 2018 can be found on line at: www.dalycity.org/alert

Do you recognize this robbery/burglary suspect? On Friday, 04/13/18 at approximately 8:16 p.m., the below subject robbed the Burlington Coat Factory. He is described as being African American, early 20’s, skinny build, goatee, wearing a grey sweatshirt, black pants and white/black shoes. If you have any information, please contact the Daly City Police Department at (650) 991-8119. You may also contact our anonymous TIP line at (650) 873-AIMS. Please refer to case #18002792. Please share this post.

Inspections. #Honoring228

We are hosting a Gun Buy Back event on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 10am to 1pm. Please see the flyer for details.

"If you see something, say something" Last night, we were dispatched to the 500 block of Alexis Circle on a report of three subjects “casing” two residences and trying to enter them. (One subject rang the doorbell while one subject attempted to access the backyard, and the other subject was the “lookout”.) After they were unsuccessful at attempting to enter the residences, the subjects fled in a silver Honda Accord. Shortly after, the San Francisco Police Department located the vehicle. Officers found several crow bars, screw drivers and flash lights inside the vehicle. The three subjects, all San Francisco residents between 18-20 years old, were arrested for attempted home invasion robbery, attempted residential burglary, criminal conspiracy and possession of burglary tools. This was all due thanks to an observant neighbor who called us!

UPDATE! This little missy's owners retrieved her from the Peninsula Humane Society. Thank you for all your concerns!! ***************************************************************************** Do you know this dog's owner? She was found on Hillside Boulevard. The Peninsula Humane Society just picked her up. She was not chipped. Please refer to the PHS activity # 418-221-1469 if you are picking her up. (This is not a phone number).

Attention all drivers! If you haven’t noticed, traffic signal lights have been placed at the intersection of Callan Blvd., at Serramonte Blvd. Drive safely and have a wonderful Tuesday!

Our latest Crime Bulletin from March 26 to April 1, 2018 can be found on line at: www.dalycity.org/alert

As part of 7-Eleven's "Operation Chill" which allows law enforcement officers to "ticket" youngsters they observe doing good deeds or exhibiting positive behavior, Officer Jamal Williams and Officer Lee Magalong gave these two young ladies each a coupon for a free Slurpee® . Our officers have many more of these to give!

On March 31, 2018 at approximately 12:24 a.m., our officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Gellert Boulevard on the report of shots fired into a residence. Upon arrival, officers located numerous shell casings in the driveway. The investigation revealed multiple gun shots were fired by two separate people from both inside and outside of the residence. From the residence, officers arrested a 24-year old male from San Francisco for attempted murder and a narcotics violation. Two other adults were arrested from the residence for narcotics violations. The fourth person, a 37-year old male San Francisco resident, was arrested for attempted murder based on firing a weapon into the residence from the street. The 37-year old male sustained a non-life threatening gunshot wound to his leg by another resident. He was treated prior to being booked into the main jail. All inquiries should be directed to our Press Information Officer, Sergeant Ron Harrison. (650) 991-8183. rharrison@dalycity.org.

This morning San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa's Office awarded Officer Lee Magalong with the District 5 Law Enforcement Official of the Year. Congratulations!

Our latest crime bulletin for the week of 3/19/18 to 3/25/18 can be found here: dalycity.org/alert

There was a packed house at today's Badge Pinning Ceremony for Chief Hensley, Lieutenant Mike Brennan, Sergeant Mike Haralambidis, Officer Jonathan Premenko, Officer Richard Lechleitner, Officer Paul Mendiara and Cadet Ronaldo Barba. It was nice to see all the families, friends, co-workers, former Daly City Police employees, allied agencies and community members in the audience who came to support those who were pinned today.

Technology to the rescue!

It's "Literacy Day" at Susan B. Anthony School today! Come by and say hello! We will be here until 2:00 pm.

Our latest crime bulletin for the week of 3/12/18 to 3/18/18 can be found here: dalycity.org/alert

#TBT. Throw back Thursday.

If you are taking part in the St. Patrick's Day celebrations, we hope you are celebrating responsibly. Please don't drink and drive. Make sure you find a safe way home!

At tonight's Peninsula Council of Lions Club 53rd Annual Police and Firefighters Awards Banquet, Officer Victor Cabatic was awarded with a Certificate of Valor for rendering CPR to a person with no pulse and who wasn't breathing at the Century theater. Officer Cabatic brought him back before fire and medics got there and the subject survived!

Our thoughts and prayers to Deputy Sheriff Ryan Zirkle’s family and to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office. Thank you for your service, bravery and heroism.

Our latest crime bulletin for the weeks of 2/26/18 to 3/11/18 can be found here: dalycity.org/alert

Bay Area Missing Persons Day Event next month. Please refer to the flyer for more information.

Our Crime Suppression Unit (“CSU”) had a busy weekend and made some key arrests: On Thursday, 03/08/18, at 6:30 p.m., a 32-year old Daly City resident was arrested for a $350,000 felony arrest warrant for domestic violence. The subject and his 30-year old friend were in the parking lot of Home Depot at the Westlake Shopping Center at the time of the arrest. Both subjects were found to be in possession of over 14 pounds of marijuana and were booked into the San Mateo County Jail. On Friday, 03/09/18, 2:01 p.m., a 24-year old subject was served with an arrest warrant for attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon. The subject was hiding in a room at his aunt’s apartment at the time of his arrest. When the officers searched the subject’s bedroom, they found brass knuckles and a pressure cooker containing marijuana wax. The subject was arrested for the warrant and for manufacturing a controlled substance (concentrated cannabis), possession of marijuana for sales, possession of brass knuckles, and for committing a felony while out on bail. On Saturday, 03/10/18, at 8:42 p.m., they conducted a check of an illegally parked vehicle. The 21-year old driver of the vehicle was arrested for a warrant for domestic violence, possession of a Glock 23 semi-automatic handgun with live ammunition in a high-capacity magazine and for possession of a plastic bag containing suspected black tar heroin. The 20-year old passenger was arrested for being in possession of seven bags of cocaine, a digital scale, three loaded high-capacity magazines and one unloaded high-capacity magazine.