Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Richmond, California. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Richmond California Police Station Address: 1701 Regatta Blvd, Richmond, CA 94804, United States


3 hours ago
FREE DRINKS! Come join Richmond PD & @ElCerritoPD at 12 for free boba drinks inside Pacific East Mall – 3288 Pierce St. Meet our officers! https://t.co/RgZHhg5B5S

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4 days ago
Armed with a rifle, suspect tried to collect money he thinks he’s owed but RPD officers intervene https://t.co/Bo382t2XQ2 https://t.co/bTPZrjCki3

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7 days ago
Burglary suspect didn’t quite getaway in his getaway car thanks to community partnership/policing https://t.co/Lh5Hinmsfa https://t.co/fBci0KCFEa

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2 weeks ago
PLEASE slow down. RPD investigated a fatal collision this morning. Cause – speed & weather conditions. https://t.co/l1Soh5uGT6 https://t.co/3Y1uYKxDYT

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2 weeks ago
RPD officers take more guns out of the hands of juveniles in Richmond – https://t.co/4AXThoj5vT https://t.co/L1mdTLiGJY

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The Richmond Police Department

The Richmond Police Department has undergone rapid growth and evolution over the past several years. Concurrently, we have and will continue to adopt, tailor and perfect the best practices in the field in order to maintain a balanced fusion of effective policing methodologies that support and enhance our crime reduction and crime prevention goals.

Our three-district, geographic policing model emphasizes beat ownership, collaboration and partnerships. It is rooted in community policing philosophy and requires teamwork, cooperation, community engagement and analytic problem-solving in order to achieve the best results. Accurate and timely crime data and the Comp-Stat process are important tools to help our police managers account for the proportional use of resources in order to address crime and disorder problems intelligently. Technology also figures prominently in our delivery police services. Our Computer Aided Dispatch system, known as “CAD” allows for precise call tracking and transmission. It is coupled with a Records Management System and the integration of Crimeview® crime data tracking and mapping software.

The Richmond Police Department

The Richmond Police Department3 hours ago

FREE DRINKS!

Come on out to Pacific East Mall today from 12 PM – 2 PM and meet your beat officers from Richmond PD and El Cerrito PD while having your free boba drinks (first 100 are free). Ask them anything you want and get to know them. Please share this with your family, friends and neighbors.

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The Richmond Police Department1 day ago

CEASEFIRE WALK

Check in with us every Friday for the location of the weekly walks.

Please join your community, and the Ceasefire Lifelines to Healing Community and help spread the message:

“WE WANT EVERYONE IN OUR COMMUNITY TO BE ALIVE & FREE”

WHAT? CEASEFIRE WALK
WHEN? Tonight, January 19, 2018
WHAT TIME? 7:00pm
WHERE? Miracle Temple 2425 Cutting Blvd.
Richmond, CA 94804

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The Richmond Police Department2 days ago

PARKING ON SIDEWALKS / ESTACIONAMIENTO EN LAS ACERAS

Due to the increase of complaints we received last year of cars parked on or blocking sidewalks, we reminded everyone in November of 2017 that it wasn’t only illegal, it could be dangerous for children, the elderly and people with disabilities. Our officers and parking enforcement officers placed warnings on cars that were in violation and provided our residents a 30-day moratorium.

Our officers and parking enforcement officers have since issued numerous parking citations for cars parked on or blocking the sidewalks.

Please share this reminder with your family, friends and neighbors that parking on or blocking the sidewalk is a citable offense.

If you see the aforementioned violation occurring, please call the RPD Communications Center at (510) 233-1214 to report it so we can address the problem.

** As a side note, it is also illegal to park any vehicles on any mow-strip (private property between the roadway and sidewalk) or front lawn. Those violations are handled by the City’s Code Enforcement Unit due to the properties being private. You can report those violations to the Code Enforcement Unit at (510) 621-1279, option 7.

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ESTACIONAMIENTO EN LAS ACERAS

Debido a las muchas quejas recibidas el año pasado de los coches estacionados en o bloqueando las aceras, les recordamos a todos en Noviembre 2017 que no solo era ilegal , podría ser peligroso para los niños, ancianos y personas con discapacidad.

Nuestros oficiales y agentes de la unidad de estacionamiento colocaron avisos en los coches que estaban en violacion y proporcionaron a nuestros residentes una moratoria de 30 días.

Nuestros oficiales y agentes de la unidad de estacionamiento han emitido ya muchas infracciones a los coches estacionad en o bloqueando las aceras.

Por favor comparta este aviso con su familia, amigos y vecinos que estacionarse bloqueando las aceras es una ofensa por la cual podría recibir una infracción.

Si ven a alguien cometiendo la violacion mencionada por favor llamen a el centro de comunicaciones de la Policia de Richmond a este número 510-233-1214, para denunciarlos y poder corregir el problema.

Como nota lateral, también es ilegal estacionar vehículos en cualquier pedazo de césped (propiedad privada entre la calle y la acera) o jardín.

Esas violaciones son manejadas por la unidad de Code Enforecement (cumplimientos de códigos) de la ciudad debido a que las propiedades son privadas.

Puede denunciar esas violaciones a la unidad de Code Enforcement a este numero 510-621-1279 y presione opción número 7.

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The Richmond Police Department3 days ago

BOBA AND BADGES

Instead of Coffee With A Cop, enjoy Boba! Join Richmond and El Cerrito PD to meet and greet the beat.

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OFFICERS IN ACTION

Richmond police officers arrested a validated gang member after he threatened to use a stolen assault rifle in an attempt to collect money he was allegedly owed.

RPD officers responded to the North Richmond neighborhood on a call of a man armed with an assault rifle. While officers were on their way to the call, RPD dispatchers did an amazing job getting pertinent information from the reporting party. The description of the armed suspect was broadcast to responding officers. Officers arrived, formulated a plan and approached the residence. As they neared the location, officers saw a man that matched the description that was broadcast. The officers quickly detained the suspect who was no longer armed.

During the investigation, officers learned that the suspect went to the residence to collect money he felt he was owed. When he was told he wouldn’t receive the money that day, the suspect retrieved an assault rifle and threatened to “light up” the house. Officers also knew the suspect to be a validated gang member in Richmond and knew he was on probation with a search clause.

Officers found the car the suspect drove and searched it. They found a loaded AR-15 style rifle with a 30-round magazine inserted and additional ammunition. The rifle was collected as evidence and confirmed stolen from a local jurisdiction.

The suspect was arrested for several firearms violations and gang enhancements.

The department is relieved that no one was injured in this volatile incident. We are proud of the dispatchers’ and officers’ collaborated efforts to work as a team, hold their composure and rely on their training during such a dangerous call.

Be our crime prevention partner. If you see suspicious persons, cars or anyone in possession of a firearm illegally or any suspicious items, please report it and if you choose, you may remain anonymous. Call 911 if it is an emergency or (510) 233-1214.

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The Richmond Police Department added 3 new photos.6 days ago

OFFICERS IN ACTION

Richmond police officers arrested an armed suspect after a pursuit and meeting RPD canine Gunnar.

RPD K-9 Officer Hodges was patrolling the city’s Central District when he tried to stop a car for a traffic infraction. As soon as the red and blues and siren were turned on, the suspect refused to stop. With the officer behind him, the suspect tossed a firearm out the driver’s window. After a short vehicle pursuit, the suspect stopped the car and fled into a creek in San Pablo.

After an extensive search for the suspect in the brush-lined creek, RPD canine Gunnar sniffed his way to the suspect and contacted him. The suspect was eventually taken into custody. Assisting officers located a loaded gun along the pursuit route.

The suspect’s decision and actions dictated the outcome of this incident; we are relieved no one else was injured. We are proud of the officer’s determination to capture a dangerous suspect for the safety of the community.

Be our crime prevention partner. If you see suspicious persons, cars or anyone in possession of a firearm illegally or any suspicious items, please report it and if you choose, you may remain anonymous. Call 911 if it is an emergency or (510) 233-1214.

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