Truckee Police Department

  • Agency: Truckee Police Department
  • Address: 10183 Truckee Airport Road, Truckee, 96161 CA
  • Chief: Adam McGill (Chief of Police)
Phone: 530-550-2323
Fax: 530-582-7771

Truckee Police Department is located at 10183 Truckee Airport Road, Truckee, 96161 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Adam McGill. The Truckee Police Department phone number is 530-550-2323.

Truckee Police Department News

Rest In Peace Sergeant Helus... Ventura County Sheriff Sergeant Ron Helus, a 29 year veteran, was killed in the line of duty while attempting to eliminate the threat of an active shooter. He was just a few short years from his retirement. Please keep his wife and family in your thoughts along with all the families who lost loved ones during this horrible event. πŸ’™πŸ–€πŸ’™πŸ–€πŸ’™πŸ–€

WE NEED YOUR HELP TRUCKEE! Can you identify these thieves who stole from Mountain Hardware and Sports last week? The two pictured suspects exited the store without paying for goods they hid inside an empty baby stroller. Caucasian male, age 25-35, brown hair, stubble beard. Caucasian Female, age 25-35, with brown hair. The couple is likely married or engaged due to both wearing wedding style rings on their left ring fingers. With your assistance, we can hold these two accountable for their actions and also help support one of our longtime local businesses. If you recognize these individuals, please contact Detective K. Vickers at 530-550-2336.

Safe Streets at Gateway! Totally packed as usual! Always such a great night! Happy Halloween Truckee!

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Join us on November 1st at Truckee Philosophy for the Talk of the Town, featuring our Chief of Police, Robert Leftwich. These are designed as two-way, informal listening sessions welcoming all Truckee residents and business leaders to interact with Council Members, the Town Manager, and other Town leaders. Bring your best ideas, passionate interests, and toughest questions to this open and transparent dialogue.

We're hiring! Follow the link for more information if you think you're a good fit for our team!

This morning TPD officers responded to a bear cub stuck inside a truck. The doors closed behind the cub and the mom was left outside. She tried her best to free her cub but she tried a little too hard and broke the door handles off, leaving no way out for her cub. Officers used beanbag rounds to divert the mom away from the truck and also to create an exit route for the cub. Please use this video as a reminder for all to lock your doors to prevent would be burglars of any species. #bebearaware #bearaware #livingwithwildlife

The Truckee Police Department has received several complaints of tampering with political campaign signage within the Town limits. Theft or vandalism of political campaign signs is a local issue, and not mentioned in the California Elections Code. While the Truckee Town code has no local ordinance prohibiting the theft or vandalism of political campaign signs specifically, such actions still amount to a property crimes and may be criminally prosecuted as such. If you see someone removing campaign signs or have knowledge of anyone doing so please call our non-emergency dispatch at (530) 550-2320.

🚨🚨🚨🚨Donut fear! 🍩🍩🍩🍩 We’re here at Big Truck Day!! And we brought Doughboys!! Come see us and say hello! πŸšπŸš’πŸš‘πŸš“πŸŽπŸπŸš¨πŸš”

UPDATE @ 10:55 hrs - ROADWAY IS NOW OPEN Thank you for your patience! Highway 89S is currently closed due to a traffic accident at the Mousehole. Police and Fire personnel are on scene. Estimated time of closure is about an hour for cleanup efforts to be completed. Southbound traffic is being turned around at Deerfield Drive and Northbound traffic is being diverted onto West River Street. Please use an alternate route, we will update upon reopening.

Our department often relies on all of you to be our eyes and ears in Truckee. Thanks to our community partners, our officers found and arrested two thieves. Last Friday, our officers responded to a call at the Trout Creek Recreation Center after a wallet was stolen from a locker. Luckily, there was surveillance video showing a man entering and leaving the Center. Within one hour, the victim’s credit card was used to purchase $1,800 worth of gift cards at the local Safeway. Our officers were provided additional video footage of the same suspect along with a woman purchasing the gift cards. The following evening, officers received a call of a person causing a disturbance in the Rite Aid parking lot. Our officer arrived and recognized the person as the suspect from the surveillance videos. Both suspects were wearing the same clothes from the day before. The officer searched the suspects’ vehicle and found several unreported stolen IDs, numerous cell phones, burglary tools, stolen property, and drugs. Tyler Goforth, from Walnut Creek, faces a number of charges including: narcotics possession and burglary. Jesslynn Felix, also from Walnut Creek, was also arrested. Both remain in custody at the Nevada County Jail.

On September 29th, the Truckee Police Department was bestowed the honor to attend Sacramento Sheriff Deputy Mark Stasyuk’s memorial service in Roseville, CA. Deputy Mark Stasyuk was killed in the line of duty September 17th, when a gunman opened fire as deputies responded to a disturbance call; Deputy Mark Stasyuk was 27 years old and just married in March of this year. Three Truckee Police Officers represented the department with a marked patrol vehicle in a sea of amber and red lights with other departments from across the country. Police representatives from the New York City Police Department, Boston Police Department, Chicago Police Department, and San Diego Police Department attended, as well as Officers from Canada. The gathering commenced at 10:00 a.m. at the Bayside Adventure, a venue equipped to hold the 1200+ in attendance, and a venue known too well for officers' funerals. The service was befitting an officer killed in the line of duty, honorable, and professional to the finest detail. On behalf of the Truckee Police Department, we wish to extend the most heartfelt condolences to the Stasyuk family, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, and the greater Sacramento community.

Awwwhhh #FridayFelines- happy story to start off your weekend. #FridayFeels 😻 So glad Cato is home with his family!

A great message from Truckee Fire Protection District Chief Bill Seline regarding the current #BurnBan within our area due to high fire danger! Please share with friends and visitors to our area. #BePreparedStayPrepared

This morning the Truckee Police Department participated in a multi-agency training exercise at the Tahoe Forest Hospital. Truckee Police, with the assistance of the Truckee Fire Protection District, CHP - Truckee, and Tahoe Forest Health System Staff, conducted an exercise that focused on the importance and complexity of a unified response by personnel in the event of a real emergency within the hospital. These scenarios are hands-on and allow hospital staff to gain confidence in their role and response during real emergencies. The Truckee Police Department participates in these exercises regularly; we recognize the importance of working with our community partners and allied agencies in order to provide training for everyone that could potentially be involved in a critical incident within our community. Make sure you’re in the know in the event of a real critical incident and subscribe to our Nixle alerts at https://local.nixle.com/register/