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Palo Alto California Police Station Address: 275 Forest Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94301, United States


21 hours ago
@atvcrash Got it, thanks. We’ll see what we can do to help. Have a good night!

3 days ago
University Avenue and Hamilton Avenue have re-opened to all traffic, but the 500 block of Bryant Street will remain closed a bit longer while @PaloAltoFire finishes up their work. The fire was at the Three Seasons Restaurant, but has since been safely extinguished. https://t.co/s5vVuLDV5O

3 days ago
@butwhatami Yes. ☺️ Have a good afternoon!

3 days ago
@mv_t Please give us a ring in our 24-hour dispatch center at 650-329-2413 and provide some more details. They can pass it along to @CaltransD4 (the equipment at El Camino Real intersections are their responsibility). Thanks!

3 days ago
@butwhatami It was likely a news helicopter covering a possible fire at a downtown restaurant.

3 days ago
@natzilla10 We’re blocking traffic for @PaloAltoFire while they investigate a possible fire at a restaurant.

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Palo Alto Police Department1 week ago

Please join us in giving a warm welcome to Chief Robert Jonsen, who was sworn in today as the 10th police chief in Palo Alto history! 🇺🇸

Chief Jonsen received his new badge from City Manager James Keene, after the City Clerk administered the oath of office.

We are very excited to have him on board, and we look forward to his leadership as we move into 2018!

Palo Alto Police Department

Palo Alto Police Department1 week ago

The Oregon Expressway undercrossing at Alma Street is currently closed in both directions due to flooding. Please take alternate routes, obey cone patterns, and drive safely.

For any additional updates, please check our Twitter account at www.twitter.com/PaloAltoPolice. No Twitter account is required; just head to that page and refresh it as necessary.

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Palo Alto Police Department1 week ago

Update as of 12:33 p.m.: The CHP – Redwood City has partially re-opened the roadway in both directions. Expect delays and please drive with caution in the area, as their officers conduct their investigation. There will be no further updates from PAPD.

Original post below:

Traffic Advisory: Page Mill Road is currently closed in both directions between Coyote Hill Road and Deer Creek Road for a major injury collision (a vehicle into a tree). Please take alternate routes or otherwise expect extended delays.

The CHP – Golden Gate Division will be the investigating agency, as that stretch of their roadway is actually their jurisdiction. They will be responsible for any additional release of information on the condition of the patient, but we will update this post when the roadway is opened.

Palo Alto Police Department

Palo Alto Police Department2 weeks ago

The nameplate is in place, the computer is installed, and now the office just awaits Chief Robert Jonsen’s arrival next week. 🇺🇸

We look forward to his leadership, and learning from his many years of experience!

Palo Alto Police Department

Palo Alto Police Department2 weeks ago

Reminder: There’s still time to apply to our next Basic Citizens Police Academy, which runs from January to March 2018! Applications are due by the end of the day on Wednesday, January 3. Please help spread the word!

The Basic Citizens Police Academy is an 8-week course designed to foster increased understanding and communication between community members and the police. Instructors are public safety employees who present on topics such as patrol procedures, laws of arrest, search and seizure, community relations, criminal investigations, evidence collection, police accountability, use of force and officer safety, disaster preparedness, and more. Students are also able to go on a ride-along with a patrol officer, participate in a “sit-along” with our public safety dispatchers, and experience a force options video simulator.

The Citizens Police Academy offers participants detailed insight into how our Department operates and how we serve the community. It creates well-informed community members who possess greater knowledge of police practices and services. Everyone benefits from increased communication and mutual understanding, including our officers.

The Citizens Police Academy runs for eight consecutive Wednesday nights, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at various City of Palo Alto facilities. The session begins on January 31 and ends on March 21. There is also a kick-off event that occurs on Monday, January 29, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. There is no cost for participation, but the class is limited to 25 students. Applications for this session are due no later than Wednesday, January 3.

Applicants must be at least 16 years of age, live or work in Palo Alto or the immediate surrounding community, be free of felony convictions, not have a misdemeanor conviction within the past year, and be able to successfully complete a criminal background check. After submitting the written application, applicants will have an interview with the Citizens Police Academy coordinator before the criminal background check is performed. Preference is given to Palo Alto residents, community members who work in Palo Alto, and people employed by the City of Palo Alto.

The Palo Alto Police Department first offered its Citizens Police Academy in 1995, and over the course of the next 14 years, ran 24 classes that produced more than 350 graduates. Several of those graduates went on to become volunteers with the police department, and others even went on to become career police officers. The program was discontinued in 2009 due to staffing reductions within the Police Department, but made its return in the fall of 2016 with a completely redesigned curriculum. Since then, four classes have graduated. We now run three Basic Citizens Police Academy classes annually, with new classes beginning every January, April, and September. Application periods for each academy class are announced separately.

Advanced Citizens Police Academy courses, where graduates of the Basic Citizens Police Academy will be able to attend free one-night sessions that focus on a particular area or specialty within law enforcement, are slated to return in the spring of 2018. Past Advanced Citizens Police Academy topics have included sexual assault investigations, identity theft protection, SWAT, and more.

Again, applications for this session are due no later than the end of the day on Wednesday, January 3, 2018. For questions or additional information, please send an e-mail message to pd@cityofpaloalto.org.

Palo Alto Police Department

Palo Alto Police Department3 weeks ago

Happy #NewYearsEve2017! 💥 🎆 Please have a great time celebrating tonight!

Between taxis, rideshares, non-drinking friends & family, and even free Valley Transportation Authority and Caltrain rides, there’s no excuse for impaired driving. Be safe and make good decisions.

We wish you all the best in 2018!

Palo Alto Police Department

Palo Alto Police Department3 weeks ago

This is our office. It could be yours too. 🇺🇸

We’re hiring. Do you have what it takes? Watch our new recruiting video and get hyped: youtu.be/BIR4YRNsrTE