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


2 hours ago
Don’t become dog-stracted while driving.
Unrestrained animals (or pets on your lap) can be a distraction while driving, animals can create blind spots & your pets are put at risk if you were to slam on your breaks or are involved in a collision. #DistractedDrivingMonth https://t.co/UdBeNEH6yP

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17 hours ago
Bullying, in any form, is never okay.
A text, a tweet, a post… #ItAllAddsUp.
Thank you to our friends at @LagunaBeachPD & @tonyhawk for this important #AntiBullying message. https://t.co/YU6wrROFln

23 hours ago
Bay Farm Island Bridge closure schedule for the week of 4/23 – 4/27. https://t.co/4OFKJWWnJi

24 hours ago
Car Seat Inspection Specialist, Bob Rollins, led our team inspecting/installing car seats. We had a great turn out & appreciate the support of @HabitotMuseum & @StateFarm Agent Kelly Lux.

Missed the event? We’ll be back on Sat., June 2nd, from 10 AM-12 PM. https://t.co/aKuCjcvLeT

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1 day ago
@sfwarriorsfan Thank you. Never using voice-to-text again!

1 day ago
@chuckmyerss Thank you! Never using voice-to-text again!

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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

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Don’t become dog-stracted while driving.

Unsecured pets (or animals in your lap) are a major distraction in a moving vehicle. They can cause blind spots in your field of vision, can cause you to take your hands off the wheel and puts you & your pets at risk in the event of an unexpected stop or collision.

Veterinarians report that unrestrained pets in a crash are at a higher risk for injury; suffering blunt force trauma, broken bones or even spinal injuries. Additionally, unsecured pets can become dangerous projectiles, putting you or your passengers at risk. According to Pet Pro Co. Safety, a small 10lb dog can exert 200lb of force at 20 mph. At 30 mph, a 75 pound retriever can exert 2,200lbs of force.
Drive safe; you and your pets depend on it. #DistractedDrivingAwarenessMonth

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To be the very best shelter they can possibly be, FAAS is working through the City of Alameda with a consulting firm, Citygate Associates, who will be performing an efficiency and operational assessment to determine if there are areas where we can operate more efficiently or effectively while still maintaining our high live release rate. Citygate would like to hear from you if you have personally dealt with our shelter and felt there were areas in your interactions that needed improvement. To share your comments with Citygate, please complete the brief survey before May 11th: www.citygateassociates.com/alameda-FAAS

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Be a “Guardian of the Flame” and join the Alameda Police Department as we escort the “Flame of Hope” on its journey to the 2018 Summer Games in the annual Special Olympics 5k Torch Run on June 19th.

The mission of the Northern California Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR), in partnership with our community, is to support Special Olympics Northern California through fundraising and public awareness, which in turn enhances the quality of life for numerous athletes.

We invite the community to join APD officers and personnel, as we collectively run our leg of the Special Olympics’ Torch Tour. If you would like to participate as a runner, please register with the Alameda Police Department’s team. Registration is $25 (a $10 increase after June 1st) and includes a dri-wick t-shirt. If you would like to donate to our efforts without participating in the run, you can do so by selecting “support us” from the link below.

WHAT: 5k Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics

WHEN: Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 – 7:15 AM (Check-in begins at 6:30 AM)

WHERE: Starting point – the Alameda Police Station, 1555 Oak Street, and concludes with the passing of the Special Olympic Torch just past the Park St. Bridge.

WHY: To raise money and awareness for the athletes of Special Olympics and their programs.

HOW:
Participate as a runner and donor: Click “JOIN OUR TEAM” https://specialolympics.donordrive.com/team/5770

Participate solely as a donor: Click “SUPPORT US” https://specialolympics.donordrive.com/team/5770

Contact Information: Crime Prevention Tech., Michaelia Parker – COPPS@Alamedaca.gov

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This past Saturday, Car Seat Inspection Specialist, Bob Rollins, led our team while inspecting and properly installing children safety seats. With several technicians on hand, our parking lot was filled during the event’s duration. We greatly appreciate the support of Habitot Children’s Museum and StateFarm Agent Kelly Lux.

If you were unable to attend, we will be back on Saturday, June 2nd, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM in the City Hall Parking Lot.

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Students at several Alameda schools were among the thousands nationwide who streamed out of their classrooms as part of #NationalSchoolWalkout on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting.

APD worked closely with school administrators, the Alameda Unified School District, student leaders & the City of Alameda to ensure the safety of all participants, bicyclist and motorist. We thank all participants for maintaining a peaceful march today.

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Our thoughts and condolences are with the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office, the Gilchrist County community and the families of Deputy Sheriff Taylor Lindsay and Sergeant Noel Ramirez.

Today, these brave gentlemen were shot and killed in the line of duty during an ambush while eating lunch in Trenton, FL. We will continue to remember these fallen heroes for their impact and service to their community.