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


2 days ago
Come on down & get your #FREE TICKETS for the @SJGiants #BASEBALL GAME THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 20th at 7pm. MUST Pick up tix TODAY at @SantaCruzPolice Lobby 155 Center Street – Thursday 4/19 from 9:00 am to 4 pm. While supplies last! Details https://t.co/WhCoiPXAkj @CityofSantaCruz https://t.co/GYsBLhx6iZ

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3 days ago
FREE TICKETS FOR THE @SJGiants #BASEBALL GAME THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 20th at 7 PM 100 tickets to give away! @SantaCruzPolice while supplies last! Details here https://t.co/WhCoiPXAkj Helicopters, fireworks & SCPD LT Escalante throwing out the first pitch! THANKS @AllianceCU @SJGiants https://t.co/yoivU7SyzL

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3 days ago
Apple has been found! A community member spotted the dog and convinced the person holding Apple to hand her over. Apple is now back in the loving arms of her owner. ❤️👍😃Sgt. Bush with Apple & his devoted Dad. #Reunited #Dog #Family #SantaCruzPolice https://t.co/CEBgcCV1If

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4 days ago
Suspect Dog Napper & Missing “Apple”- Case Video & Details https://t.co/lnDiUb6bGM Anyone w/ info regarding the suspect or whereabouts of the dog is encouraged to contact #SantaCruzPolice (831) 420-5820 Anonymous tips (831) 420-5995 or https://t.co/seS9qFIN4W #StolenPet #DogTheft https://t.co/HDJpsoQa6l

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Santa Cruz Police2 days ago

Officer DeOcampo Delivers the 411 – TIPS TO PREVENT MAIL THEFT
#MailTheft #IdentityTheft #ThatsNotNice
• Do not leave outgoing mail in an unlocked mailbox.
• Use the letter slots inside the local Post Office for your mail, or hand it to a letter carrier.
• Do deposit mail at your local post office, especially if you are sending checks or documents with sensitive personal information.
• Promptly pick up your incoming mail once it is delivered to your mailbox.
• Purchase a locked mailbox or convert your unlocked box to the lockable type.
• Arrange for your mail to be delivered to a Post Office Box (P. O. Box).
• Consider having regular income checks deposited electronically right into your bank account via direct deposit. It’s easy, and in most cases, it’s free.
• Never send cash or coins through the mail. Always send a check or money order, and don’t forget to drop it off for delivery at the post office.
• Immediately notify the post office and mailers if you change your address.
• If you are going on vacation, notify the post office, or have a trusted friend or neighbor pick up your mail promptly after delivery.
• Be observant of activities on your street, including those near your letter carrier, his or her postal vehicle, residential mailboxes, and collection boxes.
• If you see a mail thief at work or suspicious persons at or near your mailbox, call the police immediately.
• Anytime you see a suspicious person looking into mailboxes, report them (831-471-1131). Provide the dispatcher with what the suspect person looks like, what color and type of car they are driving, and any other information you obtain about them. Do not attempt to contact the suspicious person on your own and do not put yourself in danger to get information.
Ofc. DeOcampo’s Tips To Protect Yourself From Mail Theft at SCPD Blog https://goo.gl/Zy8RjB

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Santa Cruz Police3 days ago

FREE TICKETS FOR THE SAN JOSE GIANTS
BASEBALL GAME THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 20th at 7 PM
100 tickets to give away!! First come, first served while supplies last!
Pick -up tickets at Santa Cruz Police Lobby on 155 Center Street on Thursday 4/19 from 9:00 am to 4 pm.

Helicopters, fireworks and our very own LT Bernie Escalante will be throwing out the first pitch!

Kids and Families Join Us for First Responder’s Appreciation Night
Come celebrate the police officers, firefighters, EMTs, paramedics and all the brave men and women who serve and protect our community, presented by Alliance Credit Union.

The San Jose Giants VS The Modesto Nuts San Jose Municipal Stadium

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Santa Cruz Police3 days ago

Apple has been found!
Thanks to the Force on Facebook
A community member spotted the dog and convinced the person holding Apple to hand her over.

We are all so happy that Apple is back in the loving arms of her owner. ❤️👍😀 Sgt. Bush with Apple & her devoted Dad. #Reunited #Family

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Santa Cruz Police added 2 photos and a video.4 days ago

*** UPDATE: Apple Has Been Found***

HELP ID Suspect Dog Napper & FIND Missing Dog “Apple” – SCPD wants to identify the subject shown in the attached video and photos. We would like to speak to the woman regarding a missing dog taken on April 13, 2018, at 2:00 pm in the downtown area.

Initially, the dog’s owner thought the 9-year-old white Chihuahua with brown spots had scurried away from his office. While posting flyers for the missing dog, the victim checked surveillance camera footage from a nearby business. Video images showed this woman walking out of the building carrying “Apple” the missing dog.

The suspect, a woman described as having a lean body type, long reddish-brown hair, and tattoos on her neck and chest area.

Please share this post with friends, family, and co-workers.

Anyone with information regarding this suspect or the whereabouts of the dog is encouraged to contact the Santa Cruz Police Department (831) 420-5820. Anonymous tips can be sent through our Tip Line (831) 420-5995 or www.santacruzpolice.com.

Unless otherwise noted, all persons depicted are innocent until charged and proven guilty.

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Santa Cruz Police5 days ago

LET’S REDUCE CAR BURGLARIES
Car burglaries are mostly preventable. We take reports every day of purses, wallets, laptops, sunglasses, backpacks, etc. that were left in parked cars and were stolen after windows were smashed or doors were left unlocked. Please do not leave ANYTHING of value in your parked car. SCPD encourages community members to be partners in public safety. Always lock your car and take all valuables to help us reduce car burglaries. #CrimePrevention #LockItOrLoseIt #DontMakeItEasyForThieves

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Santa Cruz Police6 days ago

Even K9’s forget their passwords, online security is important!!

With the tax filing deadline, expect the scammers to be out in force. Many fraudsters will be looking for a quick buck, by playing on the fears people have regarding taxes and the IRS.

To keep it simple, know the IRS doesn’t:
1. Call you.
2. Text you.
3. Email you.
4. Contact you on social media.

If the IRS needs to speak to you, they will send you a letter.

Also, the Santa Cruz Police Department is not the long arm of the law for the IRS. We will NOT come to pick you up and take you to jail; as many scammers suggest.

If you get a call, hang up. If you don’t recognize the number, let it go to voicemail.

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