East Bay Regional Park District Police Department

  • Agency: East Bay Regional Park District Police Department
  • Address: 17930 Lake Chabot Road, Castro Valley, 94546-1950 CA
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Phone: 510-881-1121
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East Bay Regional Park District Police Department is located at 17930 Lake Chabot Road, Castro Valley, 94546-1950 CA. The East Bay Regional Park District Police Department phone number is 510-881-1121.

East Bay Regional Park District Police Department News

Tonight @regionalparkspd and @ebrpd fire department participated at the Trick or Treat at the Castro Valley Village #community #trickortreat #cops #firefighter #trickortreat

The East Bay Regional Park District police and fire department personnel are having a great time at the Castro Valley trick or treat event at Castro Village. #community #safety #trickortreat

Come out and visit with East Bay Regional Park District Police as we will participate in the trick or treat at the Castro Valley Village and meet some of the community! https://patch.com/california/castrovalley/calendar/event/20181031/431509/trick-or-treat-concert-at-castro-village-2018-castro-valley

A sunrise at Lake Chabot. #lawenforcemt @ebrpd

A fantastic photo of Mount Tamalpais taken from Pt. Pinole by Ofc. Bottom @castateparks @mounttamalpaisstatepark #patrolchecks #police #lawenforcement #mttam

Are you interested in an entry level position with a unique law enforcement agency? @regionalparkspd is now accepting applications for the position of Police Officer Recruit. Please visit our website to apply. www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ebparks #nowhiring #police #lawenforcement #eastbay #recruiting #entrylevel #joinourteam

#tbt A photo from @regionalparkspd of some of our awesome Communications Staff. #bestinhewest #911dispatchers #throwbackthursday #calmvoice

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On Sunday, 09/23/18, and Monday, 09/24/18, two separate vegetation fires occurred during a period of high fire danger in San Ramon near Pradera Way, in the open hills. The fire that occurred on Sunday was located within the city limits of San Ramon and East Bay Regional Park District property. The fire that occurred on Monday, was determined to have been started in the Thomas Ranch area of Las Trampas Regional Park. Detectives from East Bay Regional Park District Police and San Ramon Police Department, in collaboration with the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District identified the subject and subsequently arrested him at a residence in San Ramon. The suspect was identified as William R. Priest, 02/20/1979. East Bay Regional Park District Police Department booked the suspect into the Martinez Detention Facility for one count of 451PC – Arson. He is being held on $75,000 bail. The East Bay Regional Park District Police Department would like to thank the San Ramon Police Department, the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District, and the citizens of San Ramon for their continued support and information leading to the identification of the suspect. The arrest was a collaborative effort between the citizens of San Ramon and the aforementioned agencies. Additional information will be released as it becomes available. As always, members of the public should be aware of their surroundings and report any suspicious activity to their local police jurisdiction. If you have any information related to any of these incidents, please call the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department Tip Line: (510) 690 6549. @ebrpd @sanramonpolice @srvfirefighters @captaindentoncarlson

http://www.fire.ca.gov/communications/communications_firesafety_redflagwarning

Red Flag Warning in Bay Area Through Thursday Afternoon http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Red-Flag-Warning-in-Bay-Area-Through-Thursday-Afternoon-493772151.html?akmobile=o

***ARREST HAS BEEN MADE*** Attempted Sexual Assault Investigation Case # 18-09009 & 18-09038 The East Bay Regional Park District thanks our park patrons, City of Alameda community members and the Alameda Police Department for their assistance regarding the recent attempted sexual assaults. We have probable cause to believe today’s arrest of an individual, made by the Alameda Police Department, is the same individual that assaulted two females and propositioned others within Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach in Alameda over the last week. The East Bay Regional Park District Police Department benefited from many callers since our media release reporting suspicious encounters with a male that matched the description of the suspect. While undercover officers from East Bay Regional Park District Police Department were conducting surveillance this morning near Crown Beach, the Alameda Police Department notified us that their officers had just arrested an individual similar to the subject for whom we were we were searching. Although an arrest has occurred, investigators continue to gather evidence. Additional information will be released as it becomes available. As always, people in the area should be aware of their surroundings and report any suspicious activity to their local police jurisdiction. If you have any information related to any of these incidents please call the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department Tip Line: (510) 690 6549

The East Bay Regional Park District Police Department is working in conjunction with the Alameda Police Department on the investigation into a series of attempted sexual assaults that have occurred in the western Alameda area. On 9/1/18, a woman reported an attempted sexual assault that occurred at Robert W. Crown State Beach. A similar incident was reported in the same area on 9/4/18. The Alameda Police Department had an attempted sexual assault reported to them on 8/6/18 in the vicinity of the park. Each of these incidents had a similar suspect description. The suspect was described as an African American male adult, approximately 20-25 years old, with short curly hair, approximately 5’5”-5’6, and a thin build. As always, people in the area should be aware of their surrounding and report any suspicious activity to their local police jurisdiction. If you have any information related to any of these incidents please call the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department Tip Line: (510) 690 6549.

http://www.ktvu.com/news/man-sentenced-to-life-in-prison-for-east-bay-cold-case-murders

https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2018/09/02/park-it-hayward-apple-fest-fun-way-to-start-harvest-season/

A bit overcast this morning at Miller/Knox Regional Park.

Due to the extreme fire danger, wood or charcoal barbecues are prohibited until further notice. Thank you for your cooperation and assistance in keeping the East Bay Regional Park District safe. @ebrpd #firesafety

The East Bay Regional Park District Police Department's Air Support Unit is looking for Volunteer Flight Medics! Check out the flyer.

We are interested in your feedback! Please take a few moments to complete the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department survey by clicking on the link. Thank you for your support and feedback! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RegionalParksPD

Last weekend, the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department Mounted Unit hosted the Inaugural EBRPD Mounted Round Up, a training event for Mounted Units. The event was a great success and we look forward to future events!

We are interested in your feedback! Please take a few moments to complete the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department survey by clicking on the link. Thank you for your support and feedback! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RegionalParksPD