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  • Title: Welcome to the Sacramento Police Department - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: .. About Sacramento.. |.. Services.. Departments.. Jobs.. News.. Business.. Emergency.. City of Sacramento.. Police Home.. HEADQUARTERS.. 5770 Freeport Blvd.. Suite 100.. Sacramento, California 95822.. Emergency: Dial 911 or (916) 732-0100.. Non-Emergency: (916) 264-5471.. Sacramento Police Department.. Friday, November 22, 2013.. Police Officer-Lateral.. Police Recruit.. Orientation Workshop.. Written Test Prep Guide.. Oral Interview Prep Guide.. Physical Agility Prep.. Dispatcher Recruit.. Dispatcher Lateral.. METAL.. Theft.. Etch & Catch Event.. Catalytic Converter Theft.. Air Conditioner Theft.. Community.. EVENTS.. Start Smart Program.. Drive Safe Sacramento.. PERMITS -.. Alarm, ABC.. Be.. SAFE.. Cal Law Agencies.. Crime Victim Resources.. Homeland Security.. Is Your Family at Risk?.. Safety Guides.. Service Announcements.. Supp Police Employment.. Get.. INVOLVED.. Citizens Academy.. Crime Alert.. Dispatch Sit-Along.. Neighborhood Watch.. Partnerships.. Patrol Ride-Along.. Students and Youths.. Volunteer.. Stay.. INFORMED.. AMBER Alert.. eNotify.. Law Agency Resources.. Online.. REPORTS.. NEWS.. Room.. CRIME.. Summary.. Density Map (2012)..  ...   Identity Theft.. Jail.. Missing Persons.. Neighborhood Nuisances.. Obtain my Property.. Permits.. Request a Report.. Vehicle Tows.. CONTACT.. Ask a Recruiter.. Crime Tips.. Department Directory.. E-Mail.. Services for the Deaf.. Personnel Commendation.. Personnel Complaint.. SACRAMENTO.. UAWG.. Agenda June 16, 2013.. Minutes June 16, 2013.. Agenda Sept 19, 2013.. Minutes Sept 19, 2013.. For New Drivers.. For Supplemental Training.. For Fire Personnel.. For Law Enforcement.. Web Site.. MAP.. The mission of the Sacramento Police Department is to work in.. partnership with the Community to protect life and property, solve.. neighborhood problems, and enhance the quality of life in our City.. Follow us on Social Media Sites.. Facebook.. Twitter.. YouTube.. Translate this website to a different language with.. Google Translate.. (Enter sacpd.. org and select language).. City of Sacramento |.. Web Policies.. |.. Need a document in an alternate format?.. Text Only.. Top of Page..

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  • Title: Preventing and Recovering from Identity Theft - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: Be Safe.. Victim Resources.. Sacramento Police Department.. Friday, November 22, 2013.. Preventing and Recovering from Identity Theft.. How can I prevent identity theft from happening?.. Identity Theft (where someone uses your identity to fraudulently obtain money, goods or services) is becoming a very large problem in California.. It's very important to learn how to protect yourself from this insidious crime that can ruin your credit rating and cause major problems for you for many years.. At a minimum, you should make copies or electronic scanned images of all of your credit cards, licences, etc.. and keep them in a safe place.. Next to the copy of each card, write down the respective 800 phone number to call if you have a problem.. Protect your social security number and only give it out when required by law.. Also, do not give out your personal information over the phone unless you initiated the call.. When you open new accounts, use new Personal Identification Numbers (PINs) and passwords.. Avoid using easily available information like your mother's maiden name, your birth date, the last four digits of your Social Security number or your phone number, or a series of consecutive numbers.. What are the steps I should take if I'm a victim of identity theft?.. If you are a victim of identity theft, take the following four steps as soon as possible after filing your online police report, and keep a record with the details of your conversations and copies of all correspondence.. 1.. Place a fraud alert on your credit reports, and review your credit reports.. Fraud alerts can help prevent an identity thief from opening any more accounts in your name.. Contact the toll-free fraud number of any of the three consumer reporting companies below to place a fraud alert on your credit report.. You only need to contact one of the three companies to place an alert.. The company you call is required to contact the other two, which will place an alert on their versions of your report, too.. If you do not receive a confirmation from a company, you should contact that company directly to place a fraud alert.. TransUnion:.. 1-800-680-7289;.. www.. transunion.. com.. ; Fraud Victim Assistance Division, P.. O.. Box 6790, Fullerton, CA 92834-6790.. Equifax:.. 1-800-525-6285;.. equifax.. ; P.. Box 740241, Atlanta, GA 30374-0241.. Experian:.. 1-888-EXPERIAN (397-3742);.. experian.. Box 9532, Allen, TX 75013.. Once you place the fraud alert in your file, you're entitled to order one free copy of your credit report from each of the three consumer reporting companies, and, if you ask, only the last four digits of your Social Security number will appear on your credit reports.. Once you get your credit reports, review them carefully.. Look for inquiries from companies you haven't contacted, accounts you didn't open, and debts on your accounts that you can't explain.. Check that information, like your Social Security number, address(es), name or initials, and employers are correct.. If you find fraudulent or inaccurate information, contact the credit agency about how to have the information corrected.. Continue to check your credit reports periodically, especially for the first year after you discover the identity theft, to make  ...   the company has already reported these unauthorized accounts or debts on your credit report, a police report will require them to stop reporting that fraudulent information.. Once you have resolved your identity theft dispute with the company, ask for a letter stating that the company has closed the disputed accounts and has discharged the fraudulent debts.. This letter is your best proof if errors relating to this account reappear on your credit report or you are contacted again about the fraudulent debt.. 3.. File a complaint with the U.. S.. Federal Trade Commission.. You can file a complaint with the.. using the.. online complaint form.. ; or call the FTC's Identity Theft Hotline, toll-free: 1-877-ID-THEFT (438-4338); TTY: 1-866-653-4261; or write Identity Theft Clearinghouse, Federal Trade Commission, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20580.. Be sure to call the Hotline to update your complaint if you have any additional information or problems.. By sharing your identity theft complaint with the FTC, you will provide important information that can help law enforcement officials across the nation track down identity thieves and stop them.. The FTC can refer victims' complaints to other government agencies and companies for further action, as well as investigate companies for violations of laws the agency enforces.. Additionally, you can provide a printed copy of your online Complaint form to the police to incorporate into their police report.. The printed FTC ID Theft Complaint, in conjunction with the police report, can constitute an Identity Theft Report and entitle you to certain protections.. This Identity Theft Report can be used to (1) permanently block fraudulent information from appearing on your credit report; (2) ensure that debts do not reappear on your credit report; (3) prevent a company from continuing to collect debts that result from identity theft; and (4) place an extended fraud alert on your credit report.. 4.. Enter your name into the Identity Theft Data Base.. Register your name into the California ID Theft Registry.. if you have been charged with a crime committed by another person using your stolen identity or if your identity has been mistakenly associated with a record of criminal conviction.. Once confirmed, your information would be entered into the new statewide data base and used to show others that you were actually not responsible for the crime.. This information would be available via a toll-free number to the identity theft victim, criminal justice agencies and other individuals and agencies authorized by the victim to see the information.. 5.. File a police report for Identity Theft.. File an online report with the agency where the incident took place.. If for some reason you cannot file a report with the agency where the incident took place, file a police report with your local police agency.. For incidents within the City of Sacramento,.. file a Financial Identity Theft report online.. For any other identity theft report within the City of Sacramento, please visit 5770 Freeport Blvd Sacramento CA 95822 to file in person.. Additional Identity Theft Resources.. Identity Theft Prevention & Resolution Pamphlet.. Los Angeles Police Department Identity Theft Pages.. California Department of Consumer Affairs.. National Fraud Information Center.. California Office of Privacy Protection..

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  • Title: Mission Statement - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: Chief s Corner.. The Sacramento Police Department has adopted the following Mission Statement that guides all employees:.. The mission of the Sacramento Police Department is to work in.. partnership with the Community to protect life and property, solve.. Organizational Values.. "COMMITMENT".. As members of the Sacramento Police Department.. we accept responsibility for contributing to the quality of life in our community.. We believe the character of our Department is best reflected in the quality of service provided by each of our members.. We will meet the challenge to provide quality through our shared values and commitment to:.. Serve.. in an impartial, courteous, responsive, and effective manner.. Maintain.. an attitude which respects  ...   direction, strengthened by teamwork and innovation.. Remain.. enthusiastic and put empathy first and foremost in public and employee relations.. Promote.. community involvement and cooperation.. Be ever mindful.. that we are members of the public we serve.. All that we do will reflect a "commitment" which ensures we merit the support and trust of our community.. Our Goals.. Reduce crime, the fear of crime, and improve the quality of life of Sacramento's residents.. Improve the trust and collaboration between community residents, businesses and police officers.. Augment education and training of crime prevention and youth intervention.. Remain on the cutting edge of best practices that promote safe, livable, and viable neighborhoods and business districts..

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  • Title: Online Crime Mapping Disclaimer - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: Crime Summary.. Mapping.. Online Crime Mapping Disclaimer.. PLEASE NOTE: THE PREVIOUS CRIME ANALYTICS/MAPPING PROGRAM PROVIDED ON OUR WEBSITE, CRIMEREPORTS.. COM HAS BEEN REPLACED WITH RAIDSONLINE.. COM.. Welcome to the Sacramento Police Department's crime mapping website.. Once you have read and accepted the disclaimer below, you will be directed to the RAIDS Online website.. Using this site, you can query and map selected crimes for your neighborhood, or near any intersection within the City of Sacramento.. YOU MUST AGREE TO THE TERMS BELOW BEFORE ACCESSING THE CRIME MAPS.. All aspects of the data provided herein are susceptible to a degree of error due to the complexities of the processes  ...   strictly as a courtesy and not as an obligation to its readers.. The police department does not have staff available to assist in the interpretation of the data presented.. The City of Sacramento shall assume no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided, regardless of how caused or any decision made or action taken, or not taken, by the reader in reliance upon any information or data furnished herein.. Click the attached link for RAIDS Online navigation tips or to view the.. HELP Tutorials.. NOTE.. : In order to use this application you must enable cookies and temporarily allow popups.. I Agree.. I Disagree..

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  • Title: Permits FAQ - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions.. Permits FAQ.. Alarm Permit.. Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Permit.. Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) License.. Entertainment Permit.. Revised Alarm Ordinance.. [EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2012].. On June 26th, 2012, the City of Sacramento adopted a revised alarm system ordinance to help reduce false alarm response to automated burglar alarms.. Alarm User Permits for Residences & Businesses.. If you are planning to install or currently have an alarm system in your home or business, you must have a valid alarm user permit on file with the False Alarm Reduction Unit.. The cost of an annual residential or business alarm user permit is $30.. 00.. For further information, refer to.. Sacramento City Code - Title 8 - Chapter 8.. 36.. To begin the application process for an alarm permit, please complete, sign and remit the.. Alarm User Permit Application.. along with a $30.. 00 check.. payable to the Sacramento Police Department.. to:.. False Alarm Reduction Unit.. , Suite 100.. Sacramento, CA.. 95822-3516.. You may also call or e-mail the False Alarm Reduction Unit to have an alarm application mailed to you:.. Phone Number: (916) 808-0702.. Email Address: spdalarms@pd.. cityofsacramento.. org.. Alarm Company Permits.. Alarm companies engaged in alarm business in the city must have an Alarm Company Permit on file with the False Alarm Reduction Unit.. Alarm companies are also required to submit copies of their State of California Alarm Company Operator's License and City of Sacramento Business Operations Tax (BOT) certificate along with their application.. The cost of an annual alarm company permit is $30.. To begin the application process or for an alarm permit, print, complete, sign and remit the.. Alarm Company Permit Application.. Alarm Response.. The SPD will implement the following methods to reduce false alarms:.. Enhanced Call Verification.. All City of Sacramento residents and businesses are automatically placed on enhanced call verification.. Before an alarm company can request a public safety officer respond to an alarm signal, the alarm system monitoring company is required to make at least two separate telephone calls to determine whether the alarm signal is valid or false.. One telephone call shall be to the premises where the alarm system is located.. A second telephone call shall be made to an alternate telephone number designated by the alarm user for this purpose.. A police unit will respond only if an alarm activation is confirmed and the above criteria have been  ...   the application and fee are not filed within 30 days a Notice of Delinquent Alarm Permit Application correspondence will be sent to the property and the property will be placed on Full Alarm Verification.. False Alarm Fee Schedule.. The following fee schedule will apply to false alarm responses by the SPD within a 12-month rolling period:.. Full Verification.. Number of False Alarms.. 4-8.. 9 & >.. False Burglar Alarm.. $ 0.. $ 60.. $ 80.. $ 100.. $ 120.. False Panic/Robbery Alarm.. $ 220.. $ 320.. Alarm users.. without a valid permit.. are subject to.. additional fines:.. No Permit On File.. $ 30 Permit Fee.. $ 130.. $ 180.. To read a list of Frequently Asked Questions please click here:.. FAQs.. Appeals.. Information on the appeal process can be located in the Frequently Asked Questions.. The.. Alarm Appeal Form.. can be located here.. The City of Sacramento has 959 ABC-licensed establishments (656 are on-sale and wholesale, and 303 are off-sale and special license), with more than 43 percent of all licensed businesses located in the Downtown core.. Over many years, the Sacramento Police Department has developed an effective and successful relationship with the local Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) office and its investigators.. Click here for a.. One-Day Alcohol Beverage Permit Request.. For the.. Alcoholic Beverage Tip Line.. , please call (916)808-0728.. To learn more about the ABC permit requirements, please see our.. Alcoholic Beverage Control Page.. California's CCW is a license to carry a concealed firearm on your person in public subject to restrictions placed upon it by statute and the issuing department.. The law allows a person to keep a firearm in his or her home and/or at a place of business owned by him or her without a CCW permit.. To learn more about the concealed weapons permit requirements, please see the.. Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) Page.. Information on applying for an entertainment permit is available on the.. City of Sacramento Code Enforcement Division.. website.. The Entertainment Permit staff can be reached at (916) 808-3535 or via e-mail at.. entertainpermits@cityofsacramento.. The non-refundable fees are $1,428 for a new two-year permit and $743 for a two-year renewal.. For a Special Entertainment permit, the non-fundable fee is $702.. Also, all applicants must be fingerprinted by the Sacramento Police Department.. More information about the fingerprinting process, including fees, can be found on the.. Fingerprinting and Live Scan Services.. page..

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  • Title: Be Safe - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: By educating yourself, you will also be more prepared when crime does happen.. Please utilize the resources you find here to be safe.. California Law Enforcement Agency Listings.. I am a VICTIM of crime, what are my options?.. Megan's Law Information.. Public Service Announcements.. Supplemental Police Employment.. Education is a key factor in preventing crime;.. the more you know, the safer you'll be..

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  • Title: California Law Enforcement Agencies - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: CA Law Enforcement Agencies.. California Law Enforcement Agencies.. Below is an alphabetical list of California law enforcement agencies.. This list is intended to help you have the resources you need when traveling in the state of California.. Note: Each of the below links will open the respective website listed in a new window browser.. A.. B.. C.. D.. E.. F.. G.. H.. I.. J.. K.. L.. M.. N.. O.. P.. | Q |.. R.. S.. T.. U.. V.. W.. | X |.. Y.. | Z.. Alameda County District Attorney.. Alameda County Sheriff's Office.. Alameda Police Department.. Alameda / Contra Costa Transit District Police Department.. Albany Police Department.. Alhambra Police Department.. Allan Hancock Community College District Police Department.. Alpine County District Attorney.. Alpine County Sheriff's Department.. Alturas Police Department.. Amador County District Attorney.. Amador County Sheriff's Department/Coroner.. Anaheim Police Department.. American River College Police Department.. Anderson Police Department.. Angels Camp Police Department.. Antioch Police Department.. Arcadia Police Department.. Arcata Police Department.. Arroyo Grande Police Department.. Arvin Police Department.. Atascadero Police Department.. Atherton Police Department.. Atwater Police Department.. Auburn Police Department.. Azusa Pacific University Campus Safety Department.. Azusa Police Department.. Bakersfield Police Department.. Baldwin Park Police Department.. Banning Police Department.. Barstow Police Department.. Bay Area Rapid Transit Police Department.. Bear Valley Police Department.. Beaumont Police Department.. Bell Gardens Police Department.. Bell Police Department.. Belmont Police Department.. Belvedere Police Department.. Benecia Police Department.. Berkeley Police Department.. Beverly Hills Police Department.. Biola University Campus Safety Department.. Bishop Police Department.. Blue Lake Police Department.. Blythe Police Department.. Brawley Police Department.. Brea Police Department.. Brentwood Police Department.. Brisbane Police Department.. Broadmoor Police Department.. Buena Park Police Department.. Burbank Airport Authority Police Department.. Burbank Police Department.. Burlingame Police Department.. Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway.. Butte Community College Police Department.. Butte County District Attorney.. Butte County Sheriff's Department/Coroner.. CA Alcoholic Beverage Control.. CA Assembly Sergeant at Arms.. CA Attorney General.. CA Department of Consumer Affairs, Dental Board of California.. CA Department of Consumer Affairs, Bureau of Security and Investigative Services.. CA Department of Consumer Affairs, Medical Board of California.. CA Department of Corporations.. CA Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.. CA Department of Developmental Services.. CA Department of Employment Development.. CA Department of Fish and Game.. CA Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.. CA Department of Health, Food and Drug Branch.. CA Department of Health Care Services.. CA Department of Industrial Relations.. CA Department of Insurance.. CA Department of Justice.. CA Department of Justice, Crime and Violence Prevention Center.. CA Department of Mental Health.. CA Department of Motor Vehicles.. CA Department of Parks and Recreation.. CA Department of Social Services.. CA Department of Toxic Substances Control.. CA Franchise Tax Board.. CA California Highway Patrol.. CA Horse Racing Board.. CA Office of Emergency Services.. CA Secretary of State Office of Investigation.. CA State Controller.. CA State Fair Police Department.. CA State Lottery.. CA State Public Defender.. Calaveras County Coroner.. Calaveras County District Attorney.. Calaveras County Sheriff's Department.. Calexico Police Department.. California City Police Department.. California Criminalistics Institute.. California Institute of Technology Police Department.. Calipatria Police Department.. Calistoga Police Department.. Campbell Police Department.. Capitola Police Department.. Carlsbad Police Department.. Carmel Police Department.. Cathedral City Police Department.. Ceres Department of Public Safety.. Cerritos Community College District Police Department.. Chaffey Community College District Police Department.. Chapman University Department of Public Safety.. Chico Police Department.. Chino Police Department.. Chowchilla Police Department.. Chula Vista Police Department.. Citrus Community College Police Department.. Citrus Heights Police Department.. Claremont College Department of Campus Safety.. Claremont Police Department.. Clayton Police Department.. Clearlake Police Department.. Cloverdale Police Department.. Clovis Police Department.. Clovis Unified School District Police Department.. Coalinga Police Department.. Colma Police Department.. Colton Police Department.. Colusa County District Attorney.. Colusa County Sheriff's Department.. Colusa Police Department.. Compton Community College Police Department.. Compton Unified School District Police Department.. Concord Police Department.. Concordia University Department of Campus Safety and Security.. Contra Costa Community College District Police Department.. Contra Costa County District Attorney.. Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department/Coroner.. Corcoran Police Department.. Corning Police Department.. Corona Police Department.. Coronado Police Department.. Costa Mesa Department of Communications.. Costa Mesa Police Department.. Cosumnes River College Police Department.. (Los Rios CCD).. Cotati Police Department.. Covina Police Department.. CPSU Pomona Department of Public Safety.. CPSU San Luis Obispo Police Department.. Crescent City Police Department.. CSU Bakersfield Police Department.. CSU Channel Islands Police Department.. CSU Chico Police Department.. CSU Dominguez Hills Police Department.. CSU East Bay Police Department.. CSU Fresno Police Department.. CSU Fullerton Police Department.. CSU Humboldt Police Department.. CSU Long Beach Police Department.. CSU Los Angeles Police Department.. CSU Monterey Bay Police Department.. CSU Northridge Police Department.. CSU Sacramento Police Department.. CSU San Bernardino Police Department.. CSU San Diego Police Department.. CSU San Francisco Police Department.. CSU San José Police Department.. CSU San Marcos Police Department.. CSU Sonoma Police Department.. CSU Stanislaus Police Department.. Cuesta College Department of Public Safety.. Culver City Police Department.. Cypress Police Department.. Daly City Police Department.. Dana Point Police Department.. Danville Police Department.. Davis Police Department.. De Anza College Police Department.. Del Norte County District Attorney.. Del Norte County Sheriff's Department.. Del Rey Oaks Police Department.. Delano Police Department.. Desert Hot Springs Police Department.. Dinuba Police Department.. Dixon Police Department.. Dos Palos Police Department.. Downey Police Department.. East Bay Regional Parks District Department of Public Safety.. East Palo Alto Police Department.. El Cajon Police Department.. El Camino Community College District Police Department.. El Centro Police Department.. El Cerrito Police Department.. El Dorado County District Attorney.. El Dorado County Sheriff's Department.. Elk Grove Police Department.. El Monte Police Department.. El Segundo Police Department.. Emeryville Police Department.. Escalon Police Department.. Escondido Police Department.. Etna Police Department.. Eureka Police Department.. Exeter Police Department.. Fairfax Police Department.. Fairfield Police Department.. Farmersville Police Department.. Ferndale Police Department.. Firebaugh Police Department.. Folsom Police Department.. Fontana Police Department.. Fontana Unified School District Police Department.. Foothill/De Anza Community College District Police Department.. Fort Bragg Police Department.. Fortuna Police Department.. Foster City Police Department.. Fountain Valley Police Department.. Fowler Police Department.. Fremont Police Department.. Fresno City College Police  ...   District Attorney.. Plumas County Sheriff's Department.. Pomona Police Department.. Port Hueneme Police Department.. Porterville Police Department.. Red Bluff Police Department.. Redding Police Department.. Redlands Police Department.. Redondo Beach Police Department.. Redwood City Police Department.. Reedley Police Department.. Rialto Police Department.. Richmond Police Department.. Ridgecrest Police Department.. Rio Dell Police Department.. Rio Vista Police Department.. Ripon Police Department.. Riverside Community College District Police Department.. Riverside County District Attorney.. Riverside County Public Social Services.. Riverside County Sheriff's Department.. Riverside Police Department.. Rocklin Police Department.. Rohnert Park Police Services.. Roseville Police Department.. Ross Police Department.. Sacramento City College Police Department.. Sacramento County Coroner.. Sacramento County District Attorney.. Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance.. Sacramento County Sheriff's Department.. Saddleback Community College Police Department.. Saint Helena Police Department.. Salinas Police Department.. San Anselmo Police Department.. San Benito Department of Emergency Services.. San Benito County District Attorney.. San Benito County Marshal.. San Benito County Sheriff's Department.. San Bernardino Community College District Police Department.. San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner.. San Bernardino County District Attorney.. San Bernardino Police Department.. San Bruno Police Department.. San Carlos Police Department.. San Diego Community College District Police Department.. San Diego County District Attorney.. San Diego County Medical Examiner.. San Diego County Probation Department.. San Diego County Sheriff's Department.. San Diego Harbor Police Department, Port Of.. San Diego Police Department.. San Fernando Police Department.. San Francisco Community College District Police Department.. San Francisco County District Attorney.. San Francisco County Department of Emergency Management.. San Francisco County Medical Examiner.. San Francisco County Sheriff's Department.. San Francisco Municipal Transportation Safety Department.. San Francisco Police Department.. San Gabriel Police Department.. San Jacinto Police Department.. San Joaquin County District Attorney.. San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department.. San Joaquin Delta College Police Department.. San Joaquin County Probation Department.. San Jose Police Department.. San Jose Unified School District Police Department.. San Jose/Evergreen Community College District Police Department.. San Leandro Police Department.. San Luis Obispo County District Attorney.. San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department.. San Luis Obispo Police Department.. San Marino Police Department.. San Mateo County Coroner.. San Mateo County District Attorney.. San Mateo County Public Safety Communications Center.. San Mateo County Sheriff's Department.. San Mateo Police Department.. San Pablo Police Department.. San Rafael Police Department.. San Ramon Police Department.. Sand City Police Department.. Sanger Police Department.. Santa Ana Police Department.. Santa Barbara County District Attorney.. Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department.. Santa Barbara County District Attorney, Welfare Fraud Unit.. Santa Barbara Police Department.. Santa Clara City Communications Department.. Santa Clara County Communications Department.. Santa Clara County District Attorney.. Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department.. Santa Clara Police Department.. Santa Clara University Department of Campus Safety.. Santa Cruz County District Attorney.. Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Department.. Santa Cruz Police Department.. Santa Fe Springs Police Services.. Santa Maria Police Department.. Santa Monica Community College District Police Department.. Santa Monica Police Department.. Santa Paula Police Department.. Santa Rosa Junior College Police Department.. Santa Rosa Police Department.. Sausalito Police Department.. Scotts Valley Police Department.. Seal Beach Police Department.. Seaside Police Department.. Sebastopol Police Department.. Selma Police Department.. Sequoias, College of the, Police Department.. Shafter Police Department.. Shasta Area Safety Communications Agency.. Shasta County District Attorney.. Shasta County Marshal.. Shasta County Sheriff's Department.. Sierra County District Attorney.. Sierra County Sheriff's Department.. Sierra Madre Police Department.. Signal Hill Police Department.. Simi Valley Police Department.. Siskiyou County District Attorney.. Siskiyou County Sheriff's Department.. Solano Community College Police Department.. Solano County District Attorney.. Solano County Sheriff's Department.. Soledad Police Department.. Sonoma County District Attorney.. Sonoma County Probation Department.. Sonoma County Sheriff's Department.. Sonoma Police Department.. Sonora Police Department.. South Bay Regional Public Communications Authority.. South Gate Police Department.. South Lake Tahoe Police Department.. South Pasadena Police Department.. South San Francisco Police Department.. Southwestern Community College Police Department.. Stallion Springs Police Department.. Stanford University Department of Public Safety.. Stanislaus County District Attorney.. Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department.. Stanislaus Regional 9-1-1.. Stockton Police Department.. Suisun City Police Department.. Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety.. Supreme Court of California.. Susanville Police Department.. Sutter County District Attorney.. Sutter County Sheriff's Department.. Sutter Creek Police Department.. Taft Police Department.. Tehama County Coroner.. Tehama County District Attorney.. Tehama County Sheriff's Department.. Temecula Police Department.. Tiburon Police Department.. Torrance Police Department.. Tracy Police Department.. Trinidad Police Department.. Trinity County District Attorney.. Trinity County Marshal.. Trinity County Sheriff's Department.. Truckee Police Department.. Tulare County District Attorney.. Tulare County Probation Department.. Tulare County Sheriff's Department.. Tulare Police Department.. Tulelake Police Department.. Tuolumne County District Attorney.. Tuolumne County Sheriff's Department.. Turlock Police Department.. Tustin Police Department.. Twin Cities Police Department.. UC Berkeley Police Department.. UC Davis Police Department.. UC Irvine Police Department.. UC Los Angeles Police Department.. UC Merced Police Department.. UC Riverside Police Department.. UC San Diego Police Department.. UC San Francisco Police Department.. UC Santa Barbara Police Department.. UC Santa Cruz Police Department.. Ukiah Police Department.. Union City Police Department.. Union Pacific Railroad.. University of La Verne Campus Safety Department.. Upland Police Department.. Attorney for the Central District of California.. University of San Diego Public Safety Department.. University of San Francisco Public Safety Department.. University of Southern California Department of Public Safety.. Vacaville Police Department.. Vallejo Police Department.. Ventura County Community College District Police Department.. Ventura County Medical Examiner.. Ventura County District Attorney.. Ventura County Sheriff's Department.. Ventura Harbor Patrol.. Ventura Police Department.. Vernon Police Department.. Visalia Police Department.. Walnut Creek Police Department.. Watsonville Police Department.. Weed Police Department.. West Cities Police Communications Center.. West Covina Communications District.. West Covina Police Department.. West Sacramento Police Department.. West Valley-Mission Community College District Police Department.. Westminster Police Department.. Westmorland Police Department.. Wheatland Police Department.. Whittier College Department of Campus Safety.. Whittier Police Department.. Williams Police Department.. Willits Police Department.. Willows Police Department.. Windsor Police Department.. Winters Police Department.. Woodlake Police Department.. Woodland Police Department.. Yolo Emergency Communications Agency.. Yolo County District Attorney.. Yolo County Sheriff's Department.. Yreka Police Department.. Yuba City Police Department.. Yuba County Sheriff's Department.. Yuba Community College District Police Department.. Yucaipa Police Department.. Law enforcement agencies may notify of new or broken links by sending an email to.. siida@pd..

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  • Title: Resources for Victims of Crime - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: Resources for Victims of Crime.. What should you do once you have become a victim of a crime? Victims of a crime need to know what their options are.. We provide the resources below to help empower you to fight back and find resolution.. We will continue to add topics to this page, so please check back often!.. First and foremost,.. file a police report.. If you haven't already done so, be sure to file a report with your local law enforcement agency.. Resources.. Visit our page to find out how to prevent and fight this growing problem.. Domestic Violence.. Find out what you can do about domestic violence, annoying/threatening phone calls, and elder/child abuse.. Click here for the.. Domestic Violence and Children: Facts and Resources.. brochure.. Organizations Dedicated to Helping Victims.. County of Sacramento.. State of California.. National.. 211 Sacramento.. A program of the Community Services Planning Council, 2-1-1 Sacramento provides free, confidential information and referral service that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.. We can refer our clients to more than 2,400 community services in the Sacramento area.. My Sister's House.. My Sister's House is the first and only non-profit organization to specifically identify and address the unique needs of women and children impacted by domestic violence in the Central Valley's highly diverse Asian and Pacific Islander community.. River Oak Center for Children.. Provides innovative and effective early intervention and prevention, outpatient services and other mental health and social services to low-income children/youth and their families without a fee to the consumer.. Services assist in developing social and emotional skills, dealing with behavioral challenges, parenting skills, healthy early childhood development, positive relationship building and family strengthening, overcoming anti-social behavioral tendencies in youth, anger management, foster parent training and support and family self-sufficiency.. Sacramento Citizens' Crime Alert Reward Program.. The Sacramento Citizen's Crime Alert Program encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.. Sacramento Crisis Nurseries.. 24-hour child care to children 0-6 yrs when their parents are experiencing some type of stressful situation which may put the child in an unsafe environment.. Can stay anywhere from 24 hrs to 30 days.. Victims of Crime Resource Center.. Primarily through its telephone  ...   retaliation, intimidation, or may be confused by the criminal justice system.. Assistance is available from the Victim/Witness program staff.. Trained and experienced advocates provide crisis counseling, orientation to the criminal justice system, community referrals, assistance with applying for victim compensation, a support group for family members of homicide victims, and many other services.. Assistance and information is available in several different languages.. Special assistance is available to victims of elder abuse and dependent adult abuse.. Domestic Violence Intervention Center.. Free Services for Victims of Domestic Violence that include: 24-hour crisis line (916) 728-7210; in person crisis intervention; short term peer counseling; safe house referrals; support groups; assistance in obtaining emergency food, clothing, and transportation; court accompaniment and advocacy; hospital accompaniment and advocacy; weekly family law legal clinic; assistance to victims who are filing their own restraining orders; information and referral; and community education and outreach.. Restraining Orders.. General Information, Civil Harassment, Domestic Violence, Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse, Workplace Violence, and Emergency Protective Orders.. Sacramento County Adult Protective Services.. Adult Protective Services (APS) is dedicated to maintaining the health and safety of elderly and dependent adults who are victims of abuse or neglect.. APS is a state-mandated service program charged with investigating situations involving elderly and dependent adults who are reported to be in danger due to abuse, neglect, exploitation, or hazardous or unsafe living conditions.. Sacramento County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council.. The Sacramento County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council (DVCC) envisions a community where agencies representing all sectors of our society work collaboratively to meet the needs of the victims of domestic violence and promote policy on issues regarding domestic violence.. The DVCC is comprised of four standing committees: Law Enforcement, Health Care, Domestic Violence Death Review Team, and Community.. Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE).. WEAVE provides crisis intervention services to women, men and children in Sacramento County who have experienced domestic violence or have been sexually assaulted.. It is WEAVE's mission to bring an end to domestic violence and sexual assault in partnership with our community.. Amber Alert.. California Megan's Law.. Department of Consumer Affairs.. Identity Theft Registry.. Missing and Unidentified Persons.. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).. Office of Privacy Protection.. Suicide & Crisis Hotlines.. Victim's Bill of Rights - Marsy's Law.. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC).. Office for Victims of Crime..

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  • Title: Citizen Emergency Preparedness - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: Citizen Emergency Preparedness.. Preparing for the Unexpected.. What Should You Do in the Event of an Emergency.. Emergency Checklist.. Downloadable Guides.. Links.. Important Telephone Numbers.. Are You Prepared?.. Pamphlet.. Devastating attacks on the World Trade Center as well as the war with Iraq have left many citizens concerned about the possibility of future incidents in the United States and their potential impact.. There are things you can do to prepare emergencies and reduce the stress that you may be experiencing.. Taking preparatory action can reassure you and your family that you can exert a measure of control even in the face of such events.. Remain calm.. Think before you act.. Be aware of your surroundings.. Have a Family Preparedness Plan.. Stay informed.. Shelter-in-place under most circumstances (stay indoors) is recommended.. Tune into local radio (KFBK 1530AM) or TV stations for instructions and information.. If an evacuation is ordered, follow the instructions of local  ...   Plan, Prepare.. - California Office of Emergency Services.. Terrorism - Preparing for the Unexpected.. - American Red Cross.. Disaster Preparedness- Coloring Book.. - Federal Emergency Management Agency.. Sacramento Regional Office of Homeland Security.. Sacramento Region Citizen Corps Council.. Ready.. California Office of Emergency Services.. Federal Emergency Management Agency.. Centers for Disease Control.. Sacramento Fire Department.. US Department of Homeland Security.. American Red Cross.. FBI.. Language Translators are available when calling the police department.. Department.. Phone Number.. 911.. (Emergency 7 digit number- For use with celluar phones).. (916) 732-0100.. Sacramento Police Department (Non-emergency).. (916) 264-5471.. Sacramento Fire Department (Non-emergency).. (916) 433-1300.. Sacramento City Operator.. (916) 264-5011.. Department of Health and Human Services.. (916) 875-6091.. FBI (Sacramento Office).. (916) 481-9110.. (510) 627-7100.. Center for Disease Control.. (800) 311-3435.. (916) 845-8911.. To learn how to better protect yourself, your family, and your property in a disaster, download a copy of.. English.. Chinese.. Hmong.. Mien.. Russian.. Spanish.. Vietnamese..

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  • Title: Megan's Law Information - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: Megan s Law.. Learn how many.. sex offenders.. are in your area.. View the community presentation.. View the online registry.. Register for updates.. If you suspect that someone you know might be a child molester, use the.. Child Molester Hotline.. to find out.. If you have information about a registered sex offender who is in violation of his or her registration requirements, please contact the Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement (S.. A.. F.. E.. ) Team Hotline at 916-874-4317.. For additional information please contact the Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Unit at 916 433-0568.. The California Department  ...   home addresses are displayed on more than 33,500 offenders in the California communities.. An additional 30,500 offenders are included on the site with listing by ZIP Code, city, and county.. Visit the California Department of Justice.. Megan's Law Website.. (external link).. Important Notice:.. The release of this information to the public is a means of assuring public protection and not to punish the offender.. The information may not be used to harass the offender or commit any crime against the offender.. Public safety is best served when offenders are not concealing their location to avoid harassment..

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  • Title: Safety Guides - Sacramento Police Department
    Descriptive info: Three factors must be present for a crime to occur: desire, ability and opportunity.. You can have a significant impact on the last one, opportunity, and can significantly reduce crime by taking simple crime prevention steps.. General Personal Safety Tips.. At Home.. Join.. Operation Identification.. - most burglars will not steal marked property.. Use a door viewer before opening your door.. Always demand identification from strangers (even repair or sales persons).. Always lock up your home before leaving and don't hide your house keys outdoors anywhere.. Have keys ready and in your hand for immediate use when you return home.. Use interior and exterior lighting at all times.. Always use.. Safe Internet Shopping.. practices.. Shred credit card offers and bank statements before you throw them away if you do not plan on using them.. Hide or destroy boxes from expensive purchases.. Do not answer personal questions about the house such as type of alarm, daytime occupancy, etc.. Do not let people inside your home (to use the bathroom, phone, etc).. Avoid mail theft by obtaining a locked mailbox and dropping off outgoing mail at the local post office or postal mailbox.. Do not give out your personal information or credit card number over the phone unless you initiated the call.. Check out the.. Home Burglary Prevention Tips.. Whether it's Halloween, July 4th, or Christmas, you'll need to know your.. Holiday Safety.. Rape is a violent crime, an invasion, a frightening experience.. By being aware of some.. Rape Prevention Tips.. , a person can reduce the likelihood of becoming a rape victim.. Teen Dating Violence.. : Statistics show that one in three teenagers has experienced violence in a dating relationship.. Safeguard your home and yourself while you are away with.. Vacation Safety.. Walking.. Plan your route ahead of time.. Never walk alone  ...   Keep a record of all of your card numbers.. Check out how to prevent and what to do if you are a victim of.. Be sure to also look at tips on.. ATM Awareness.. Driving.. Always look inside before entering your car.. Lock all doors immediately after you are in the car.. Never pick up hitchhikers.. If a stranger approaches while you are in the car, keep the windows up, doors locked and engine running.. Honk your horn if you need to attract attention.. Park in well lit areas at night.. Always lock your car when leaving it.. Consider installing an auto burglar alarm system.. Don't leave anything valuable in your car if at all possible.. Know your specific.. DMV Alcohol Impairment Levels.. Additional Safety Guides.. The following categories of public safety guides contain brochures and links to outside agencies.. The Sacramento Police Department works in partnership with many local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to provide the Sacramento citizen with the most complete information possible.. Child Protection.. California AMBER Alert Manual.. Child Abuse.. Child Protection Program.. Child Safety.. National Child Identification Program.. Community Planning.. Reducing Children's Exposure to Violence.. Domestic Violence Handbook.. Violent Gangs.. Parents Against Gangs.. Disaster Preparedness.. A Citizen Guide to Disaster Preparedness.. Alerts & Advisories.. Are You Ready?.. Are You Prepared For An Emergency?.. Emergencies.. Emergency Preparedness and Response.. Frauds.. Consumer Action Website.. Consumer Sentinel Network.. E-Scams & Warnings.. Looks Too Good to be True.. Target: Senior Citizens.. Tips for Avoiding Internet Fraud.. Internet Safety.. A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety.. Blog Beware.. Protecting Your Child's Privacy Online.. Your Kids Can Fill in the Blanks.. Can You?.. School Safety.. Bomb Threats in Schools.. Guide for Preventing and Responding to School Violence.. Know the Rules.. For Going To and From School More Safely.. Safe Schools.. The School Shooter..

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