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Stockton California Police Station Address: 22 E Weber Ave, Stockton, CA 95202, United States

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#Stockton PD’s C.O.P. program proactively partners with residents and businesses to keep our city safe and solve crime. To register your video surveillance system or learn more about the Citizen Observation Program go to: https://t.co/2yeYdtuQyV #keepinganeyeoncrime https://t.co/utPjCKiD9i

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Stockton Police spoke to students and parents about traffic safety today at Spanos Elementary School #cops4communities #communities4cops https://t.co/LaOcnGa6FN

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#StocktonPolice Missing Twins Update: We have received photographs of one of the missing twins, Setina Weddles. Please help us by sharing this flyer. #HelpUsLocate https://t.co/pLQdXtzcHU

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I would like to welcome everyone to the Stockton Police Department’s debut in the use of social media. This is an exciting day; the use of social media is going to allow us the opportunity to interact more readily with the most valuable resource we have in fighting crime – that is you – the community we serve.

Thank You
Chief of Police
Eric Jones

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The Stockton Police Department was founded August 14, 1850. At the time, the city of Stockton, which was approximately 4.3 square miles, was protected by seventeen officers, including the Chief. San Joaquin County had a population of 3,647.

Today, Stockton has grown to 65 square miles and has a population of over 290,000. Over the years, the size and mission of the Stockton Police Department has grown, as well. The Stockton Police Department, led by Chief Eric Jones, protects and serves the citizens of the 13th largest city in California with the following deployment:

1 Chief of Police
2 Deputy Chiefs of Police
4 Police Captains
15 Police Lieutenants
43 Police Sergeants
253 Police Officers
44 Police Telecommunicators
146 Civilian Personnel
127 Volunteers

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Citizen Observation Program #keepinganeyeoncrime

The Citizen Observation Program (COP) is a component of the Stockton Police Department’s crime prevention strategy. The program proactively partners with residents and businesses to keep our city safe and solve crime.

The COP program allows residents and business owners to voluntarily register the locations of their video surveillance systems. This crime prevention and investigative tool allows law enforcement to more easily identify the locations of video surveillance systems and enlist the assistance of the community to help obtain video evidence.

In continuing to promote the city’s vision of proactive, problem solving partnerships with the community, SPD offers this program as an additional tool to deter criminal activity in our neighborhoods. Many business owners and residents already operate private surveillance systems. As crimes occur in their respective areas, community members are not always aware that their surveillance systems may have captured information that could prove vital in a law enforcement investigation.

The registry and list of registered properties is kept confidential.
The police department will not have access to footage but will be aware that a camera exists when investigating a crime in or around a particular neighborhood. If a crime occurs in the vicinity or in an adjoining neighborhood, the police may, if necessary, contact participants of the program and request a copy of their footage for evidence or investigative leads. After registering your camera, you will receive a C.O.P sticker for your home or business to show your participation in the program.

The program is 100% voluntary and you can choose to opt out of the program at any time.

If you have additional questions regarding the Citizen Observation Program, please call 209-937-8304 or email us at cop@stocktonca.gov.

Link to the registration form:

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Stockton Police spoke to students and parents about traffic safety today at Spanos Elementary School #cops4communities #communities4cops

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IN THE LINE OF DUTY – In memory of Officer Arthur E. Ford