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Alameda California Police Station Address: 1555 Oak St, Alameda, CA 94501, United States


21 hours ago
@AngiGiggles We are glad its back with its rightful owner!

2 days ago
@RoperCoast That’s very true about most rideshare drivers. Drive safe out there.

2 days ago
If you’re driving & you can see this. Put the📱down & get your 👀 on the road. It’s 🌧out there.

P.S. Plus, it’s the law & we’re giving away reminders. (Hint: it’s a 🎫)

2 days ago
Several Bay Area police departments are warning community members about scammers posing as the police with one goal in mind – taking your money. Learn more on tips & tricks on protecting yourself here: https://t.co/oEE97uzNV3 https://t.co/mZfK35t6Hs

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Welcome from the Chief

The Alameda Police Department has always prided itself as being a service-oriented police department. It is our commitment to you to provide quality service with respect, care and equal treatment for all in the community. We strive to give the best possible service to our community. We welcome and seek an active partnership with the community in carrying out our responsibilities.

These web pages are designed to enable residents and visitors to find the information they need about the Alameda Police Department. We have enhanced our site to allow citizens to obtain Traffic Collision Reports online, Crime Mapping, which gives the public accurate and timely data in the form of maps and reports, and Nixle, an ultra high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications that allows us to telephone all or targeted areas of the City.

Chief Paul Rolleri

Alameda Police Department

Alameda Police Department22 hours ago

Here are some safety tips when using a rideshare service such as Uber or Lyft.

1) REQUEST A RIDE WHILE INSIDE
If you can, request your ride while indoors to avoid lingering outside too long with your phone out, which may attract thieves or pickpockets.

2) CONFIRM YOUR DRIVER & CAR BEFORE GETTING IN
Always confirm the licenses plate & name of your driver before getting in. For extra assurance, ask a driver for the name of the passenger before you get in the car instead of saying your name first.

3) SHARE YOUR TRIP
When traveling alone always share your trip with others. It’s the easiest & quickest way to let someone track your ride & know your whereabouts in case something happens during your ride. The person you share your trip with will get a notification to his or her phone &will be able to follow along via GPS.

4) SIT IN THE BACK SEAT
If you’re traveling alone, always choose the back seat.

5) DO NOT DISCLOSE PERSONAL INFORMATION
There’s no harm in exchanging pleasantries with your driver, but avoid giving him or her any personal information, like how long you’re traveling for, where you live, or your phone number or any other contact information.

6) NEVER USE CASH
A driver should never ask you to pay cash for your ride. Both Uber & Lyft give you an option to tip after your trip, so there’s no need to have your wallet out during a rideshare.

7) KNOW YOUR SURROUNDINGS
Make sure to track your route on your own map with in the app to ensure the driver is following the correct route.

Alameda Police Department

Alameda Police Department2 days ago

Several Bay Area police departments are warning community members about scammers posing as the police with one goal in mind – taking your money.

The phone number on the caller ID may appear as a local police department, a tactic known as “caller ID spoofing.” Once contact is made, the caller will pose as a police department representative and either demand payment or request donations. In some situations the scammers will threaten arrest. As a police department, we will never call you asking for money and if you receive this type of call hang up and contact the Alameda Police Department.

TIPS ON PROTECTING YOURSELF FROM PHONE SCAMS:
• Do not become intimidated by fake IRS or police calls. These agencies will not call requesting payment for taxes, unpaid tickets, etc. Hang up and call your local police department.

• Be cautious when receiving calls to verify your identity.

• Be on alert if you receive a call stating you must send money because a loved one is in jail or needs help.

• Never send money to those asking for money to be wired or for gift cards to be sent.

• Never reply to text messages asking for personal/financial information.

• Never confirm or deny your identity until you know who is calling, for example:
\*ring\* \*ring\*
You: Hello?
Them: Hello. May I speak with Mr. XYZ?
You: Who is calling?

• Never give a positive confirmation as seen in the following example:
You: Hello?
Them: Is this XYZ?
You: Yes this is. How can I help you?
The instant that you say “Yes”, they have a positive confirmation. They can record the call, edit the recording, and use your innocent ‘Yes’ to authorize them for whatever they want.

• Do your own research when receiving an unsolicited calls requesting donations for charities or fundraisers. Ask for contact info, website, etc. Once you are confident in the charity call them back directly or go in person to make your donation.

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Alameda Police Department added 8 new photos.3 days ago

CAN YOU IDENTIFY THESE INDIVIDUALS?
The Alameda Police Department needs your assistance in identifying two individuals in connection to a stolen vehicle.

Please contact APD at (510) 337-8340 if you have any information on either of their identities or whereabouts.

Reference APD case #18-76. Thank you for working together to better our community.

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Alameda Police Department3 days ago

California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will be closing the Posey and Webster Tubes for washing operation beginning next week. Please plan accordingly based on the following schedule:

The Posey Tube, exiting Alameda, will be closed:
Mon., January 22, from 10:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.
Tues., January 23, from 10:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.
Wed., January 24, from 10:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.

The Webster Tube, entering Alameda, will be closed:
Mon., January 29, from 10:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.
Tues., January 30, from 10:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.
Wed., January 31, from 10:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.

Alameda Police Department

Alameda Police Department3 days ago

Please be advised, there will be first responder training at the College of Alameda today from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Alameda Police Department

Alameda Police Department4 days ago

**UPDATE** The individual in our previous post has now been identified. Thank you to the community for spreading the word and assisting in identifying the gentleman so quickly.