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Newark California Police Station Address: 37101 Newark Blvd, Newark, CA 94560, United States

Newark Police Department, California

Department Facts
The City of Newark is located in the southeastern end of the San Francisco Bay and is bordered by the City of Fremont and the bay. The Newark Police Department serves approximately 44,000 residents and a land area of approximately 13 square miles. The police department’s budget for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 is $15,917,300 and includes a staff of one Chief, two Commanders, two Lieutenant, eight Sergeants, 43 Police Officers, and 21 non-sworn (civilian) full-time positions.

There are two divisions within the police department: Administrative Services and Field Operations. Overall supervision of each division is the responsibility of a Commander. The Administrative Services Division is responsible for areas such as Records, Communications, Detectives, Property and Evidence, Internal Affairs, and Personnel and Training. Field Operations includes Patrol, K9, Traffic, Animal Control, and Vehicle Abatement. In addition it also oversees the Special Enforcement Team, School Resource Officer, Major Crimes Task Force members, Honor Guard, SWAT and Hostage Negotiation, and Emergency Preparedness.

Volunteer staff includes our RAVENS (Ready Active Volunteers Engaged in Newark) who assist in Traffic, Patrol, and Records; Explorers/Cadets who are young people aged 14-24 interested in law enforcement; Graffiti Abatement volunteers who dedicate their time to keep Newark blight-free; and Reserve Police Officers who supplement our sworn staffing levels.

The men and women of the Newark Police Department are committed to providing the highest quality police services to our citizens, business owners, and visitors alike. Working in partnership with our community, we strive to protect the life, property, and liberties of all individuals, be proactive in the deterrence of criminal activity, and enhance the quality of life for our citizens.

The Newark Police Department is a special place to work because of its “small city” atmosphere and the tremendous support we receive from the community, City Council, City Manager, and other city staff. The cohesiveness of our officers, command staff, and line personnel also creates a positive and rewarding working environment.

Newark Police Department, California

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Looking for a place to eat for dinner tonight? Come over and say hi.

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UPDATE: Patricia has been located. Thank you to everyone who assisted us.

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Newark Police Department, California2 weeks ago

Missing at risk adult Female
The Newark Police Department needs your help in locating a missing “at risk” Adult Female. Patricia Austin has not been seen since she left her residence on Preston Place this morning.
Patricia’s description:
Fair skin
58 Years-old
5’ 0” Tall
104 Pounds
Shoulder length Brown Hair, Gray at the tips.
Last seen walking towards Lake Boulevard wearing a white tank top, black pants and black shoes.
Patricia is in need of her prescribed medications.
If you see or have seen Patricia or know of her location, please call the Newark Police Department Dispatch Center at 510-578-4237.

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Newark Police Department, California2 weeks ago

Please share!

As most of you know CHP Hayward Office lost an officer on Christmas Eve. CHP Officer Andrew Camilleri was killed in the line of duty after a drunk driver struck his patrol car on I880. He is survived by his wife and three children.

There will be a fundraiser at Famous Dave’s BBQ in Hayward on Tuesday, January 9, 2018. Please refer to the flyer for further details. The Fallen Heroes Organization in conjunction with the Hayward Area are putting together a fundraiser for our fallen brother Officer Camilleri, that will include raffle prizes as well as an auction.


* A day to honor Officer Andrew Camilleri, his life and family
* Raffle prizes
* Small live auction during the evening in the bar
* Enjoy great barbecue
* 35% of entire day proceeds from Famous Dave’s entire proceeds will be donated to Police and Fire: The Fallen Heroes
* Police and Fire: The Fallen Heroes will donate 100% of all money raised to the Camilleri Family Trust Fund

Thank you for your support.

Newark Police Department, California

Newark Police Department, California2 weeks ago

Did you feel it? We did.

It’s a good time for some safety tips.

Move as little as possible – most injuries during earthquakes occur because of people moving around, falling and suffering sprains, fractures and head injuries.

Try to protect your head and torso.

If you are in bed, stay there, curl up and hold on, and cover your head.

Stay indoors until the shaking stops and you are sure it is safe to exit.

If you must leave a building after the shaking stops, use stairs rather than an elevator in case of aftershocks, power outages or other damage.

Be aware that smoke alarms and sprinkler systems frequently go off in buildings during an earthquake, even if there is no fire.

If you smell gas, get out of the house and move as far away as possible.

Before you leave any building check to make sure that there is no debris from the building that could fall on you.

Staying Safe Outdoors

Find a clear spot and drop to the ground. Stay there until the shaking stops.

Try to get as far away from buildings, power lines, trees, and streetlights as possible.

If you’re in a vehicle, pull over to a clear location and stop. Avoid bridges, overpasses and power lines if possible.

Stay inside with your seatbelt fastened until the shaking stops.

After the shaking has stopped, drive on carefully, avoiding bridges and ramps that may have been damaged.

If a power line falls on your vehicle, do not get out. Wait for assistance.

If you are in a mountainous area or near unstable slopes or cliffs, be alert for falling rocks and other debris as well as landslides.