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Santa Cruz California Police Station Address: 155 Center St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, United States

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Proud To Work For SCPD
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Today, Santa Cruz came out in a big way to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther king Jr. Up to 5000 people filled the roadway marching all the way from Cathcart to Cooper Street.

SCPD #Inspired and #Proud of the community’s united demonstration in support of #MLK beliefs. THANK YOU TO ALL THE MLK March VOLUNTEERS,Traffic Monitors, March Monitors, Logistics, Speakers and Marchers! #MLKDay50

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March With SCPD and Community Monday January 15th
Together, Shoulder To Shoulder We Move Forward

9:00am Groups meet up. Individual marchers welcome!
@ Cathcart between Cedar Street and Pacific Avenue.
10:00 am Official March start time.
March Route: The route starts on Cathcart Street and Pacific Avenue and ends on Cooper Street. After the march, we will convene with speeches and family-friendly activities on Cooper Street in partnership with the Museum of Art and History
11:00 am Cooper Street Gathering for speech program.
11:40 Speeches conclude

10:00 am – 12:30pm Activities at the MAH and Non profit tables presentation on Cooper Street.

The MLK March for the Dream is happening Rain or Shine.
Downtown metered parking is free on Martin Luther King’s Birthday!

2018 March For The Dream staging order and info –http://www.cityofsantacruz.com/…/city…/police/mlk-march-2018
#MLKDAY2018 #MarchForTheDream

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Police Pursuit Ends with Subject in Custody

On January 11, 2018 at approximately 12:05 hours, the Santa Cruz Police Department responded to a business located within 2200 block of Mission Street for a reported vandalism.

The suspect also subsequently threw a metal chair through a glass door prior to leaving the location. It is notable that as a citizen chased the suspect, the suspect advised he was in possession of a firearm (no firearm seen).

The suspect returned and was identified as Michael Richards. A vehicle pursuit ensued. Richards intentionally rammed the marked K-9 Police Car and drove through San Lorenzo Park, eventually evading Police.

At about 7:30am, Officers again responded to a disturbance involving Richards who fled into the waist deep San Lorenzo River.

Eventually Richards was taken into custody and obtained medical clearance prior to being booked into jail on the following charges: felony evading, felony assault on a police officer, and resisting arrest.

The Police Department is actively investigating the above listed vandalism incident, and additional criminal charges related to Richards may follow.

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Recognize This Bank Robber?

The Santa Cruz Police Department is investigating a bank robbery that occurred on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 4:45pm. The robbery occurred at the US Bank at 110 Morrissey Blvd.

Officers responded to the bank, however the subject involved had already fled the scene. During the investigation it was determined through statements of the victims, witnesses, and security footage the suspect displayed a firearm and demanded money from the bank tellers. During the robbery the suspect ordered the bank staff to open the drawers, and was successful in taking an undisclosed amount of cash.

The suspect was last seen running out of the bank into the parking lot. During the investigation the police department received follow -up information leading them to the area of High St. Officers searched the area, and were unsuccessful in locating any further information.

The suspect is described as an unknown race male, wearing a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, donning sunglasses, mask, and gloves.
Currently the Santa Cruz Police Department is actively investigating the bank robbery.

If anyone has any information regarding this case please call the Santa Cruz Police Department Investigation Unit @ (831) 420-5820.

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The Citizens’ Police Academy (CPA) is a free interactive course that combines classroom and lecture along with practical, hands-on scenarios from officers in their fields. It’s interesting, fun and free!
The Citizens Police Academy gives participants a look inside the day-to-day operations of the Department, and the guidelines by which officers function. Students learn about SCPD and local policing, firearms training, gang awareness, patrol functions, K-9 functions, criminal investigations, narcotics, dispatch, traffic law, and use of force.
Registration is now open for the Department’s next Citizens Police Academy. The 14-week program gives participants insight into the philosophy and policies that govern the SCPD’s service to the community.
The CPA course in English will be held every Tuesday from 6 to 8 PM, from February 6 to May 9, 2018.
The CPA for Spanish speakers will be held every Monday from 6 to 8 PM, from February 5 to May 14, 2018.
Participants must be 18 years old and must either work, live, or attend school in the city of Santa Cruz and must pass a basic background check to participate.
Applications and more information on SCPD website click here: https://goo.gl/rSqq3J – Contact Officer Leo Gomez at lgomez@cityofsantacruz.com to sign up.
If you have been through a previous Citizen’s Academy, feel free to post your comments below. #CommunityPolicing #CitizenPoliceAcademy #CPA #ProactivePolicing#CopsCare

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What is your DREAM to make the world more awesome?
@ChiefAndyMills proud to be marching @CityofSantaCruz on #MLKDay2018
Will you be there?
INFO https://goo.gl/pxvpt6
Let’s march together, meet our neighbors & strengthen our commitment to justice. #SantaCruzPolice #MLKDay