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


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Learn how to safely use a bicycle for transportation, exercise and enjoyment

Bicycle Safety Workshop
Thursday, May 10
7:00-8:30pm
Central Park Library, 2635 Homestead Road
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5 days ago
Santa Clara’s Citywide Garage Sale is this Saturday!

Whether you are hosting a sale, shopping or both @SantaClaraPD has some tips for a successful and safe day. Details at https://t.co/XabL3T2qSe https://t.co/sWsh7JqqD6

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5 days ago
Every so often, residents fall victim to fraud involving MoneyPak or GreenDot reloadable cash cards.

Be aware! Learn more about the way the scam works and how to avoid being taken advantage of at https://t.co/cD12xtNECc

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
Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers shared Assemblymember Kansen Chu’s post.12 hours ago

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers shared Friends of the Northside Branch Library’s album.12 hours ago

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers21 hours ago

Bicycle Safety Workshop
Thursday, May 10
7:00-8:30pm
Central Park Library, 2635 Homestead Road

Learn how to safely use a bicycle for transportation, exercise and enjoyment. SCPD will cover:

* Basic rules of the road
* Proper safety equipment
* Route planning
* Common misconceptions
* New legislation impacting bicyclists
* Preventing bicycle theft

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers added 2 new photos.3 days ago

Thank you to the San Jose Giants for hosting First Responders Night last night!

SJPD was on hand to raise funds and awareness for the athletes of Special Olympics Northern California.

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers4 days ago

Event at Levi’s® Stadium – Saturday, April 28

Monster Jam will return to Levi’s® Stadium on Saturday, April 28 at 5:00pm. Event information can be found on the Levi’s® Stadium website at www.levisstadium.com.

The Santa Clara Police Department attempts to distribute Traffic Advisories for major events at Levi’s® Stadium approximately 24-48 hours in advance of the event. Occasionally, event details require further attention which may cause delays in notifications to the public. Traffic Advisories can be obtained by subscribing to eNotify and/or Nixle at www.scpd.org

Stay tuned for the full Traffic Advisory.

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers

Santa Clara Police Department, Chief Michael J. Sellers5 days ago

Tips for a Successful Garage Sale

The Citywide Garage Sale is this Saturday! Looking for a Garage Sale in your area? Seeking a particular item? Use the City-Wide Garage Sale locator to identify participating addresses and/or items sold by the host at http://santaclaraca.gov/residents/events/city-wide-garage-sale

Meanwhile, the Santa Clara Police Department reminds hosts of tips for a safe and successful garage sale:

* Keep your house and garage doors locked before and after the sale.

* Post sale signs on private property only, and take the signs down at the conclusion of the sale. Signs may not be posted on utility or street sign poles.

* Charge your cell phone and have it available in your pocket.

* Have cash available for change, but be sure it isn’t visible to your shoppers.

* Hold your sale out in the open, not in the garage. Place items you don’t want to sell out of sight.

* Have everything you want to sell outside and ready to be seen. Never walk someone into your house to show them an item or “test” an appliance. Instead, run an extension cord from your house/garage for people who want to know if items work.

* Don’t use a cash box unless you have a designated cashier. If you are running the sale alone, it’s best to keep the money on your person (e.g. fanny pack, apron, etc.).

* Seek help with young kids and do not let pets roam the sale. Yard sales often create neighborhood traffic and the interactions can distract you from keeping a proper eye on your loved ones.

* Do not leave your yard sale unattended. Recruit the assistance of a family member, friend or neighbor to oversee your sale should you need to excurse yourself temporarily.

* Do not allow shoppers inside your house to use the bathroom no matter how harmless they may seem.

* Coordinate the donation of usable items not sold.

If you are a garage sale shopper, please keep the following tips in mind:

* If you arrive early, wait.

* Do you block a driveway, fire hydrant, handicap zone or park in a red zone, even temporarily.

* Do not drive distracted or abnormally slow to “check out” a sale from the street.

* Walk around flower beds and do not cut through yards.

* Be prepared with small bills and coins.