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

Santa Clara California Police Station Address: 601 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95050, United States


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Reminder – Police Building Closed to the Public Saturday, January 20

During this temporary closure, the Police Department will continue to respond to emergencies by dialing 9-1-1, and non-emergencies by calling (408)615-5580. https://t.co/mrmIZDiB68

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Thank you for joining the @SantaClaraPD @CoffeewithaCop this morning. We enjoyed meeting you, responding to your inquiries and hearing your thoughts.

The next Coffee with a Cop will take place in March, 2018 – more details to follow. https://t.co/2oH7iKH8K7

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Pedestrian Safety Workshop at the Senior Center
February 6 from 10:30-11:30am
Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. Participation is free.
To register, contact the Santa Clara Senior Center at (408)615-3170
This program is hosted by @SantaClaraPD and funded by @OTS_CA https://t.co/K0TfTiYZ25

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Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

The Police Department provides law enforcement and policing services to the City of Santa Clara. Chief Michael J. Sellers has an authorized strength of 155 sworn officers, 76 civilian employees, approximately 30 reserves and numerous per diem employees. http://scpd.org/index.aspx?page=9
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Case of the Week – Warrant Check Results in Two Arrests

On 1/17/18, at approximately 1130 hours, an officer was conducting a warrant and probation check on the 2100 block of Gold Street in San Jose. The officer observed Tosha Bailey, known to law enforcement for numerous prior arrests, near a vehicle in the motel parking lot with an individual later identified as Joseph Paulson.

The officer confirmed Bailey is on active probation with search terms and approached the two suspects. Both parties displayed objective symptoms of stimulant use. Bailey was argumentative and attempted to pull from the officer’s grasp after being informed that she was being detained.

During the investigation, Bailey admitted to methamphetamine use and being in possession of other people’s personal identification. A search of Bailey and Paulson’s vehicle yielded property and forms of identification belonging to several victims. Officers also found drug paraphernalia, an illegal spring loaded knife and a fictitious check. A search of the suspects motel room revealed, two computers, a printer, black check paper, additional forms of identification belonging to numerous victims and additional drug paraphernalia.

Both parties were arrested and transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.

Date: 1/17/18
Time: 1200
Case Number: 18-546

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers13 hours ago

Reminder – Police Building Closed to the Public Saturday, January 20

As a result of construction, the Police Building will be closed to the public on Saturday, January 20, 2018.

During this temporary closure, the Police Department will continue to respond to emergencies by dialing 9-1-1, and non-emergencies by calling (408)615-5580.

We look forward to serving you. Thank you for your patience while construction is underway.

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers1 day ago

Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing Declares Inclement Weather Episode

From Thursday, January 18 through Monday, January 22, up to 297 additional shelter beds will be available in Santa Clara County for individuals and families seeking shelter from the weather.

Full details available at https://www.sccgov.org/sites/opa/newsroom/Pages/Inclement.Weather.4.aspx

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers added 3 new photos.1 day ago

Thank you for joining the Santa Clara Police Department at Coffee with a Cop this morning. We enjoyed meeting you, responding to your inquiries and hearing your thoughts.

The next Coffee with a Cop will take place in March, 2018 – more details to follow.

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers1 day ago

Pedestrian Safety Workshop at the Senior Center

Santa Clara is interested in becoming more pedestrian-friendly. Older adults are one segment of our community who need to have the option to walk for transportation, physical activity, socializing and other purposes. However, older pedestrians are at greater risk of injury or death than many other age groups. There are things that seniors can do to address pedestrian safety issues and inspire a healthy lifestyle.

The Santa Clara Police Department will be presenting information developed by the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, titled Pedestrian Safety Workshop: A Focus on Older Adults at the Santa Clara Senior Center (1303 Fremont Street) on Tuesday, February 6 from 10:30-11:30 am. Space is limited, pre-registration is required and participation is free. To register, contact the Senior Center at (408)615-3170.

Funding for this workshop has been made available through a grant from the Office of Traffic Safety.

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers2 days ago

Finished dropping the kids off at school? On your way into work? Whatever your morning brings, join SCPD at Starbuck’s (2221 The Alameda) for a cup of coffee and conversation to start your day. We’ll be here until 9:30am.