Roseville Police Department

  • Agency: Roseville Police Department
  • Address: 1051 Junction Blvd., Roseville, 95678 CA
  • Chief: Joel A Neves (Chief of Police)
Phone: 911 or (916) 786-6444
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Roseville Police Department is located at 1051 Junction Blvd., Roseville, 95678 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Joel A Neves. The Roseville Police Department phone number is 911 or (916) 786-6444.

Roseville Police Department News

Come out to the Police Community Safety Fair at Kaseberg Park (1151 Rand Way, 95678) on Saturday, November 10th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for kids activities, resource booths, and public safety vehicle displays.

Roseville’s Police Officers and Tactical Dispatchers continue to do their part in assisting in the mutual aid response for the Butte County Fire. Two Tactical Dispatchers, six Officers, and two Sergeants are assisting at this time with another six heading out in the morning. Staffing and City coverage is not affected in Roseville.

Come out to the Police Community Safety Fair at Kaseberg Park (1151 Rand Way, 95678) this Saturday, November 10th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for kids activities, resource booths, public safety vehicle displays and a free BBQ while supplies last!

In response to a mutual aid request for the Butte County Fire, Roseville Officers and Tactical Dispatchers are heading that way to lend a hand in any way they can. Be safe!!

Officer Adaris Wilson received the award for Officer of the Quarter! Officer Wilson has led his team in arrests and is one of the top five most productive officers currently working patrol. He has an awesome attitude and is an incredible representative of the Roseville Police Department. Please help me in congratulating Officer Wilson on his well deserved award.

Today, Crime Scene Investigator Shauna Brewer received the award for Professional Staff Person of the Quarter. Shauna was noted for being able to manage multiple tasks at a time and is also very good at organizing chaotic crime scenes. She has proven time and time again she is an asset to the team. Please help me congratulate Shauna on her well-deserved award!

Did you know the Roseville Police Department has an online Police Reporting System? The Citizens' Online Police Reporting System allows you to submit a police report online and print a copy for your records. Here are a few things to consider before submitting your Police Report online: - If you’re having an emergency, you should call 911 - If you know who committed the crime, call our non-emergency number at 916-774-5000 - If you have physical evidence in your possession like video, ID, blood, clothing, or tools used to commit the crime, call our non-emergency number - If you believe you are the victim of a crime because of your race, religion, sexual orientation, handicap, ethnicity or national origin, call our non-emergency number. To file an online Police Report visit: https://bit.ly/2yNqrQT

WOD Wednesday is a workout program we host on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month at 5:30pm at the Roseville Police Activities League (RPAL - 110 Corporation Yard Rd). WOD Wednesday is a great opportunity for potential recruits to come and network with some of the police department personnel as well as with other applicants. It is generally a CrossFit style team workout and no matter your fitness level, all movements can be scaled to your current fitness needs. Our next WOD Wednesday will be held on November 7th.

Great resources provided through Placer County.

Come out to the Police Community Safety Fair at Kaseberg Park (1151 Rand Way, 95678) on Saturday, November 10th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for kids activities, resource booths, and public safety vehicle displays.

Now’s the time to stop by Dunkin’ Donuts at 5010 Foothills Blvd. in Roseville for Cop on a Rooftop. Until 10am this morning, you can make a donation for Special Olympics Northern California. Each guest who visits and makes a donation will receive a FREE medium hot or iced coffee coupon. C’mon out and support!!!

On 11/1/18, Officers, Professional Staff, and Volunteers were honored at the annual Placer Law Enforcement Agencies awards ceremony. Selected employees received awards for Distinguished Service, Lifesaving, The Mark White Memorial Award, The Matt Redding “Guardian” Award, and the Volunteer Recognition of Service Award. Please help me in congratulating these fine men and women of the Roseville Police Department.

Today we bid a farewell to Police Lieutenant Maria Richardson, who is retiring after 24 years working in Law Enforcement. Lieutenant Richardson was the first female promoted to that rank in the history of the Roseville Police Department. She had a long and distinguished career with Roseville PD, serving in many special assignments. She was a Field Training Officer, Hostage Negotiator, Peer Support Team Leader, and she lead the Investigations Unit for several years. Please join us in congratulating her on a distinguished career and wishing her the best in her retirement.

On 10/25/18, the Roseville Police Department concluded an operation focused on cleanup of the Open Space area near 300 Cirby Hills Way and underneath Highway 80. Over the past few months, the City of Roseville has received complaints regarding this area. In response to these complaints; the Roseville Police Department and Placer County Sheriff’s Department joined together in a collaborative response effort to clean up this area, to improve safety for those who wish to visit the Open Space and to remove the graffiti that has been destroying the natural beauty of the area. Below is a timeline of the efforts: On 10/22/18, the Roseville Police Department Social Services Unit conducted a walk-through of the target location. It was determined that the area was covered in a large amount of graffiti and garbage but there were no active campsites. On 10/23/18, Director of Shelter Operations Nathan Cox with the Gathering Inn responded to the area in an effort to provide services and information to any homeless that may be in the area. No individuals were located. On 10/25/18, the Roseville Police Department Social Service Unit and Placer County Sheriff’s Department conducted a cleanup operation of the area. Personnel were briefed beforehand and the operation began at approximately 0800 hours. Six personnel (including an inmate work crew of 4) participated in the cleanup effort. Five (5) gallons of primer and five (5) gallons of paint provided by the Sheriff’s Department were utilized. The cleanup efforts lasted until approximately 1600. On behalf of the City of Roseville, the Roseville Police Department would like to thank the Placer County Sheriff’s Department on their work to clean this area and improve the quality of life for our citizens. This effort could not have been completed without their involvement and we sincerely appreciate your partnership.

Roseville Police Department to Camp Out on Dunkin’ Rooftops Your local law enforcement officers will take their levels of commitment to new heights as they stake out the Roseville Dunkin’ rooftop to support Special Olympics Northern California This Friday, November 2nd from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. visit us at the Dunkin’ Roseville located at 5010 Foothills Blvd, Roseville, CA 95747 to raise awareness and donations for Special Olympics. Each guest who visits a Cop on a Rooftop Dunkin’ location during the event and makes a donation of any amount will receive a FREE medium hot or iced coffee coupon. Special Olympics Northern California is a nonprofit organization offering year-round sports training and athletic competition programs for 22,780 athletes who compete in nearly 300 competitions in 14 sports annually. Within the Community Sports Program and the Schools Partnership Program, SONC is encouraging the growth of Unified Sports®, bringing together athletes with and without intellectual disabilities to play as teammates.

Did you know the Roseville Police Department has an online Police Reporting System? The Citizens' Online Police Reporting System allows you to submit a police report online and print a copy for your records. Here are a few things to consider before submitting your Police Report online: - If you’re having an emergency, you should call 911 - If you know who committed the crime, call our non-emergency number at 916-774-5000 - If you have physical evidence in your possession like video, ID, blood, clothing, or tools used to commit the crime, call our non-emergency number - If you believe you are the victim of a crime because of your race, religion, sexual orientation, handicap, ethnicity or national origin, call our non-emergency number. To file an online Police Report visit: https://bit.ly/2yNqrQT

Roseville Police is investigating a shooting that occurred at approximately 11:30 p.m. on 10/27 near Reserve Drive and Roseville Parkway. There are two victims who have been transported to the hospital with gunshot wounds. They are both in stable condition. There’s no ongoing threat to the neighborhood or surrounding businesses. If you have any information related to this incident please call Roseville Police Dept or email Detective Harlan at DHarlan@roseville.ca.us

Come out to the Police Community Safety Fair at Kaseberg Park (1151 Rand Way, 95678) on Saturday, November 10th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for kids activities, resource booths, and public safety vehicle displays.