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

Watsonville California Police Station Address: 215 Union St, Watsonville, CA 95076, United States


1 year ago
Kindergarten students from Green Valley Christian School got to meet K-9 Ranger and his partner, Officer Brian Fulgoni! https://t.co/s1rCViWlzM

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1 year ago
Kidnapping suspect William Ortiz Ruiz was captured in Mexico and brought back to the Santa Cruz county jail! https://t.co/uowT4w80YB https://t.co/1ppZmYErN9

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1 year ago
WPAL and WPD host the 4th annual Shop With A Cop event last night! Thank you to all the partners and volunteers. https://t.co/fHVKW5tBRl https://t.co/4h6XcWpNIB

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1 year ago
Sgt. Donny Thul introducing our newest downtown walking beat Officer at briefing last night! https://t.co/8m6vQcQWI9

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Watsonville Police Department added 2 new photos.11 hours ago

Everyone go and support our local Watsonville Basketball Travel Team by getting your car washed!🚔🚿 Great cause for a great group of kids. #HoopPlatoon

April 22, 2018
9am to 2pm
King Medina Dry
1350 Freedom Blvd.

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Watsonville Police Department2 days ago

During the past three (3 years) our department has investigated 6 fatal pedestrian collisions, 113 injury pedestrian collisions, 1 fatal bicycle collision and 58 injury bicycle collisions. As a result, the department has mapped out locations in the city over the past two years where pedestrian and bicycle collisions have occurred along with the violations that led to those crashes. Yesterday, April 19, officers conducted a pedestrian operation at the intersection of Airport Blvd. and Holm Rd specifically looking for violations made by drivers, bicycle riders and pedestrians alike that can lead to life changing injuries. Special attention was directed toward drivers speeding, making illegal turns, failing to stop for signs and signals, failing to yield to pedestrians in cross walks or any other dangerous violation, pedestrians crossing the street illegally or failing to yield to drivers who have the right of way and for bicycle riders who fail to follow the same traffic laws that apply to motorists.

At the end of the operation, 31 citations were issued to drivers in this area for using a cell phone while driving and speeding and failing to yield the right of way to pedestrians in the crosswalk.

We would like to remind all riders to always wear a helmet – those under 18 years of age must wear helmets by law. Additionally, pedestrians should cross the street only in marked crosswalks or at corners.

Thanks to the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for funding this program.
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Durante los pasados tres años (3) nuestro departamento ha investigado 6 colisiones fatales de peatones, 113 colisiones de peatones lesionados, 1 colisión fatal de ciclista y 58 colisiones de ciclistas lesionados. Como resultado, el departamento ha ubicado áreas en la ciudad en los últimos dos años donde se han producido colisiones contra peatones y ciclistas junto con las violaciones que llevaron a esos accidentes. Ayer, 19 de abril, los oficiales llevaron a cabo una operación peatonal en la intersección de Airport Blvd. y Holm Rd, específicamente buscando violaciones cometidas por conductores, ciclistas y peatones que puedan causar lesiones que les cambie la vida. Se prestó especial atención al exceso de velocidad de los conductores, la realización de giros ilegales, no detenerse en busca de señales, no ceder a los peatones en cruces peatonales o cualquier otra violación peligrosa, a los peatones que cruzan la calle ilegalmente o no ceden a los conductores que tienen derecho de vía a cruzar y para los ciclistas que no siguen las mismas leyes de tránsito que se aplican a los automovilistas.

Al final de la operación, se emitieron 31 infracciones a los conductores en esta área que usaban un teléfono celular mientras conducían, y aceleraban y no cedían el paso a los peatones en el cruce peatonal.

Nos gustaría recordar a todos los ciclistas que siempre usen casco: los menores de 18 años deben usar casco por ley. Además, los peatones deben cruzar la calle solo en los cruces peatonales marcados o en las esquinas.

Gracias a la Oficina de Seguridad del Tráfico de California a través de la Administración Nacional de Seguridad del Tráfico en las Carreteras por financiar este programa.

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Watsonville Police Department6 days ago

We would like to thank all the volunteers that participated during our Annual Downtown Spring Community Cleanup which took place this past Saturday April 14. There were approximately 40 volunteers that assisted to clean up the areas of Elm St., Grant St., Maple Ave., Bockius St, Lincoln St., Marchant St., Union St., Riverside Dr., Trafton St., and East Beach St. The group consisted of children, parents, youth and senior volunteers from different neighborhoods in Watsonville. Student volunteers were also able to obtain community service hours.

This event was made possible thanks to the close collaboration from the Watsonville Police Department’s Neighborhood Services Division and the Public Works and Utilities Department.

Please join us during our next cleanup on Saturday May 19th, 9:00 am till Noon, as we set out to clean up the neighborhoods surrounding Callaghan Park. Please call Neighborhood Services at 831-763-5678 for more information. We will meet at Callaghan Park at 225 Sudden St. Parking is free and cleanup supplies will be provided. A free lunch will be provided to all participants of the cleanup. Students are welcome to attend and receive community service hours. Will see you there!

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Watsonville Police Department added 3 new photos.2 weeks ago

In acknowledgement of National Public Safety Dispatch Week, we would like to take a moment and say Thank You to all of our emergency dispatchers. They are the ones taking your calls (many in high stress situations) and providing us with crucial information to make sure we can do our jobs as safely as possible. More times than not, dispatchers do not receive the credit they deserve for their contribution to public safety. Thank you again!

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Watsonville Police Department2 weeks ago

This was the scene late Friday night. Officers responded to the intersection of Main St and Riverside Dr for an injury accident. When Officers got on scene they were flagged down by community members who had stopped and provided aid to one of the injured drivers. An SUV had ran a red light and collided with a pickup truck. The injured driver was transported to a trauma center and was listed in stable condition. Thankfully the second driver was not hurt. The collision remains under investigation to determine if alcohol may have played a factor in the crash. Thanks to the community members who stopped and helped the injured driver.

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Watsonville Police Department

Watsonville Police Department2 weeks ago

The CAMINOS Hacia el Exito, (PATHWAYS to Success) program is administered by the Watsonville Police Department. It is a diversion program for Watsonville youth between the ages of 10 – 17 years old, who commit a first time offense (misdemeanor). The program uses evidence based approaches to hold youth accountable for their actions in a timely and appropriate manner.The youth who agree to participate in the program must complete the following requirements in order to prevent their case from being forwarded to the Santa Cruz County Probation Department.

1. Community Service hours
2. Counseling/ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
3. Case management
4. Pro-social involvement and mentorship through the Watsonville Police Activities League
5. Parenting Component: Guiding Good Choices (GGC) or Strengthening Families Program (SFP) for parents and youth.

Special thank you to Digital NEST for collaborating with us on this project.

Thanks to the community approved safety sales tax, Measure G, and the
California Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) for funding the CAMINOS program.

Thank you to our partners Pajaro Valley Prevention and Student Assistance (PVPSA), the Pajaro Valley Unified School District (PVUSD), Santa Cruz County Office of Education – Santa Cruz Teen Peer Court, Santa Cruz County Probation Department, Watsonville Police Activities League (PAL), and the Watsonville Police Neighborhood Services Division – Neighborhood Accountability Board for their continued support and hard work that makes this program successful.

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