Winters Police Department

  • Agency: Winters Police Department
  • Address: 702 Main Street, Winters, 95694 CA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (530)795-2261
Fax: (530)795-3921

Winters Police Department is located at 702 Main Street, Winters, 95694 CA. The Winters Police Department phone number is (530)795-2261.

Winters Police Department News

Sgt Ramos and Officer Hermosillo are having fun at a double career day for Waggoner Elementary and Shirley Rominger Intermediate Schools. Hopefully they have inspired some future Officers.

Kick off for the crime prevention resource fair at the senior center in Woodland starts in 20 minutes! Detective Gonzalez and CSO Cuevas are ready to share information on how to avoid scams, identify fake money, and crime prevention tips.

#ThrowbackThursday to a range day back in the mid 90s with newest patrol unit 951.

The 2018 Yolo County Senior Resource & Crime Prevention Fair has it all. Shredding, breakfast, information, and a raffle, all under one roof this Friday 9 am to noon at the Woodland Senior Center 2001 East St, Woodland.

Free continental Breakfast+ free shredding+ free information/resources+ a raffle= the 2018 Yolo County Senior Resource & Crime Prevention Fair! This Friday 9 am to noon at the Woodland Senior Center 2001 East St, Woodland

The Winters Fire Department has some delicious news! Shrimp feed tickets are on sale online at https://bit.ly/2yac0Gn or in person at the Winters Public Safety lobby. Hook your ticket today, before it swims off.

Detective Gonzalez and CSO Cuevas will be staffing the Winters PD booth at the event, which features actual scam letters, fake driver license and ID cards, and counterfeit money. Hope to see everyone this Friday!

Red Ribbon Week was in full effect today at Winters High School. Thank you to everyone who participated, including our partner agencies. Even K9 Kepi stopped by!

A Cadet position is currently available. Cadets participate in special events and meet twice a month to learn about law enforcement topics. For more information and to download an application, please visit https://buff.ly/2NQX4Tk

Municipalities all over California are participating in the #ShakeOutDrill. Besides being an important reminder about earthquake safety, it's also a chance to test out local emergency notification alert systems. The drill is scheduled to start at 10:18 am today, if you haven't signed up for alerts in Yolo County visit https://www.yolocounty.org/residents/emergency-alerts-health-alerts

Our partners at the Winters Fire Department would like to advise everyone of two incidents they are working on. Due to the large amount of equipment and nature of the incidents, they are asking the public to please stay clear of the area. The first task is classified as a Hazmat Incident at County Road 89 & County Road 29a in Winters. PG and E is also responding to the area due to a natural gas alarm activation. The second task is an update to the Putah Creek fire. Due to continued North winds today Yolo and Solano Fire agencies are continuing to reinforce containment lines around the Putah Creek fire. There are no threats to structures and no road closures.

2018 Yolo County Senior Resource and Crime Prevention Fair is 2 weeks away on Friday, October 26, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Woodland Community/Senior Center (2001 East Street Woodland). Learn from over 50 outreach resources, free shredding onsite, free continental breakfast, and many additional resources for all.

Smell smoke in the air? Learn where it's coming from with an interactive smoke map along with a link to the Yolo/Solano Air Quality Management District at

Thank you everyone for coming to the Pink Patch Dine and Donate fundraiser! Special thanks to our partners at Putah Creek Cafe and Pink Heals Solano.

A beautiful Valley Gartersnake decided to visit the PD parking lot today. Luckily he was spotted and released into some safe landscaping on the Public Safety Facility lot. Need more snake info? Visit https://buff.ly/2EdLgLl

A Winters resident called this afternoon after playing defense with a sports-centric solicitor. Catch all of the play by plays at

Don't forget! Tomorrow, the Trauma Administration Department of Kaiser Permanente Vacaville Medical Center will be offering FREE Stop the Bleed Training at the Winters Public Safety Facility on October 7th (the day after the Public Safety Festival). Be sure to save your spot at the link below. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stop-the-bleed-save-a-life-sunday-oct-7th-2018-1000am-1200pm-tickets-48217285198

Thank you Winters for a wonderful event! We would like to thank our exhibitors at the Yolo County Sheriff's Office, Yolo Solano Crisis Intervention Team, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Winters Healthcare, Kaiser Hospital, Yolo County Dispatch, CHP - Woodland, Yolo County Mounted Posse, Yolo County STARS, Winters Fire Department, and the Winters PD Cadets

One hour to go at the Winters Public Safety Festival! Stop in, before the flame gets put out.

Fire, horses, and a canine! Check out the Winters Public Safety Festival until 2 pm at 700 Main St.

Great start for the Winters Public Safety Festival! Join us until 2 pm for equipment viewing, tours, fire demo, and more

Chief Miller and Detective Gonzalez had a wonderful time with students during Explore at the Winters High School. The students had some great questions!

Happy Friday Winters, we have some great news- the PD Cadets will be having a bake sale at the Festival tomorrow. When we told K-9 Kepi, she was happy to show off her sweet tooth! Hope to see you at the Public Safety Festival tomorrow at the Winters Fire Department (700 Main St) between 10 am and 2 pm. Can't make the festival? Don't worry, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for photos and videos of all the fun!

Meet your local Yolo County Sheriff's Office Deputies at the Winters Public Safety Festival This FREE Festival will be held at 700 Main St from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday October 6th Bring the kids and have a chance to explore emergency vehicles, play games, hang out, and examine a bomb disposal robot. Can't make the festival? Don't worry you can follow us digitally with Facebook, Twitter, and introducing Instagram for photos and videos of all the fun.

With the Public Safety Festival coming up this weekend, we thought we would dust off this photo from another county wide public safety day held at the County Fair Mall in Woodland in 1993 for #ThrowbackThursday