SAN PABLO POLICE DEPARTMENT
ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2018-19
O U R Y E A R I N RE V I E W
PROVIDING EXCEPTIONAL POLICE SERVICE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3 Chiefâ€™s Message 4 Mission 5 Department Accomplishments 8 Technology Accomplishments
8 Strategic Goals 9 Crime Statistics & Budget 10 Organization Chart
12 Officer & Civilian of the Year 13 Promotions 14 New Hires 16 Awards for Years of Services 17 Awards Ceremony
18 San Pablo PD in the Community 26 Patrol
28 Services Department 30 Operations Unit 32 Services Division 33 Business Watch 34 In Closing
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It is my pleasure to present the San Pablo Police Department’s 2018-19 Annual Report. Contained in this report are the details that highlight the fine service the members of the San Pablo Police Department provide on a daily basis. Furthermore, it will provide you with information on our organizational accomplishments, divisions within the department, new staff members, community programs, technology, and statistical data. The San Pablo Police department continues to move at a fast pace optimizing Public Safety with our commitment to providing “Exceptional Police Service.” We focus our efforts through our three main Crime Reduction Strategies: Community Policing, Progressive Training, and Technology. As you will see, we are recruiting only the best and qualified staff members, placing an emphasis on training and utilizing the most cutting edge technology.
On behalf of the women and men of the San Pablo Police Department, I would like to thank our community for your continued support, and we look forward to working with you for a successful 2019-20. Sincerely,
Ron Raman, Chief of Police
Historically, rich traditions and cultures are the fabric of the San Pablo Community. We wholeheartedly embrace the diversity and focus our efforts through this perspective. We are always looking for opportunities to interact with our community through non-traditional roles. I am very proud of the members of our department and the reputation they have earned for contributing to the vibrancy and quality of life our community enjoys. We encourage everyone to meet with us and participate in the success of our community. These partnerships will continue to make San Pablo an amazing place for families to live, work and play. In the upcoming year we will be working with our community to further enhance Public Safety, Emergency Preparedness and Operations and Community Outreach.
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The San Pablo Police Department is committed to safeguarding our communities through successful collaborative strategies in Community Policing, Progressive Training, and Technology. Community Policing is the foundation of our mission. We have dedicated, full-time staff to coordinate events which offer opportunities for the community and officers to engage and share perspectives in reaching the com- mon goal of creating a safer San Pablo. We continue to prioritize the latest in Progressive Training to our staff to maximize the service we provide. We pursue research-based training that aligns with our community’s expectations and the 21st Century Policing model.
We’re committed to providing our community with cutting-edge technology to keep San Pablo safe. Gunshot detection software and comprehensive surveillance systems continue to play a huge role in reducing violence and property crimes. We enjoy our connection with the schools, providing services, mediation training and connecting our youth with career paths in their communities. We encourage everyone from our community to meet with us to have a voice and participate in the success of our City. We believe through this successful collaboration with our business and residential neighborhoods, we will continue to make San Pablo an amazing place for our families to live, work, and play.
CRIME REDUCTION STRATEGY Community Policing
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Traffic & Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Unit The California Office of Traffic Safety has reported nearly a 14% increase in serious injury collisions since 2011. So we’ve committed to enhancing our Traffic Enforcement Team by deploying two fully trained motorcycle officers which can assimilate into traffic for enforcement purposes easier than conventional patrol vehicles. You’ll also see a Commercial Enforcement Vehicle with specially trained officers to identify out of compliance commercial vehicles which will reduce the risk of collisions due to critical component failures and undue stress on vehicles and roadways. In six months, the Traffic Enforcement Team issued nearly 1,500 citations. Additionally, we’ve taken proactive measures by implementing the Traffic Safety Committee made up of different City Departments to include Police, Engineering, and Public Works to identify traffic impact priorities. We believe traffic safety success will only be achieved with the Community’s help so you will see our Traffic Officers out there to keep you safe.
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DEPARTMENT ACC NEW TRAINING FACILITY
Making its debut in February 2019 the Training Facility has hosted over 4,000 hours of training for Community Police Academy Scenario Day, Defensive Tactics, Driver Awareness, Active Shooter & Workplace Violence Prevention, and Harassment Prevention.
The San Pablo Police Department Honor Guard Unit represents the men and women of the Police Department with dignity and pride.
It features a force option simulator, and hands on training area.
The Honor Guard Unit serves as the premiere ceremonial unit at parades, funerals, ceremonial functions and special events. The Unit also provides support to the members of the law enforcement community killed in the line of duty. The members of the unit receive specialized training, equipment and uniforms. Only those who are highly motivated, maintain exceptionally high standards of appearance and conduct are selected to be part of this unit. The San Pablo Police Department Honor Guard Unit was formed in 2018. The Honor Guard Unit participated in three ceremonial events. The first was the swearing-in of the Hercules Police Chief William Imboden in October. The second was the Cityâ€™s Veterans Day event in November and the third was the Annual Award Ceremony of the San Pablo Police Department.
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CCOMPLISHMENTS TOBACCO ENFORCEMENT & OUTREACH Through DOJ grant funding, one Officer and one Police Services Technician form the Tobacco Enforcement Unit, which operates under the Code Enforcement Unit. The unit provides tobacco education to youth in schools through the G.R.E.A.T. program, and outreach to the community through community events. The goal of the unit is to curb tobacco use by our youth through education and enforcement. The unit enforces local and state tobacco laws through operations, inspections, and collaboration with local tobacco retailers. The unit has been successful in helping pass the flavored tobacco ban ordinance, conducting over 66 inspections, and teaching over 47 classes to date.
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TECHNOLOGY ACCOMPLISHMENTS & STRATEGIC GOALS TECHNOLOGY ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Crime Mapping Technology
The first Police Department in the country to deploy Peregrine Technology software which integrates more than 1-million points of data layered over geographical information systems for crime analysis within seconds.
Robotic Tactital Deployment
Deployed the Robotex Avatar tactical robot for SWAT operations so officers can assess dangerous situations before entering locations and structures.
Integrated Mobile Apps
Enhance Public Safety Equipment
GPS Launching Devices
Grow Community Partnerships
Mobile devices were deployed to Officers in the field which encapsulated systems to increase efficiency and productivity. This included integrating field investigations and capturing digital evidence into single applications. The Star Chase launch system was added to more than half of the available patrol fleet. This system keeps the community safer as officers launch GPS devices from patrol vehicles onto wanted or stolen vehicles before they flee to mitigate the risk of high speed pursuits.
Simulated De-escalation Training
Deployment of the TI Systems Force Option Simulator which places Officers in critical training situations to develop de-escalation and communication skills. Staff has shared this instruction through the Community Police Academy so our community can perspective share an Officerâ€™s experience in real time scenarios.
Creation of media room with digital cameras, equipment, and software to produce digital content for outreach and community information briefings.
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Continued enhancement of Public Safety Equipment through innovative technology solutions to include Unmanned Arial Vehicle (UAV) response pictured above, additional camera locations, and additional digital signage and radar equipment to improve traffic safety. Growth of Community Partnerships through increasing Business Watch and Neighborhood Watch Groups within San Pablo.
Improve Records Management
Selection and deployment of new records management system which will increase operational efficacy across the Tri-City Consortium.
Establish foundational Community Resiliency in response to natural and human caused disasters through facilitated training and exercises for emergency preparedness. This will be coordinated with a comprehensive assessment and increased infrastructure of the Emergency Operations Center within the Police Department and the continued commitment of developing Community Resources through our CERT and LISTOS programs.
CRIME STATS & BUDGET
CRIME STATS There were decreases in homicides, robberies, burglaries, and car theft and a slight increase in forcible rape, assault, and larceny. The definition of forcible rape changed from 2017 to 2018, making the definition broader, which reflects the jump from single digit to double digits. Due to San Pablo PDâ€™s technology such as license plate readers, shot spotters, camera footage, we have been able to assist neighboring cities with solving crime. We have demonstrated over 90% success rate in solving homicide cases. There were no homicides in the past 18 months, and overall violent crime went down 14.6% from 2016.
BUDGET Salaries = $9,266,090 | 59% Benefits = $4,051,590 | 26% Services & Supplies = $2,283,122 | 14% Total Operating Budget = $15,600,802
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SWORN STAFF 1.0 Chief 2.0 Captain *Currently underfilled as a 4th Lt.
3.0 Lieutenant 10.0 Sergeant 43.0 Police Officer CODE ENFORCEMENT 1.0 Building Inspector 88.0 FTE
NON-SWORN STAFF 1.0 Police Executive Assistant 1.0 Support Services Manager 7.0 Police Services Technician 1.0 Community Outreach Technician 4.0 Jailer 1.0 Police Services Assistant 8.0 Police Administrative Clerk 0.5 Background Investigator (P/T) 1.0 Maintenance Worker III 0.5 School Crossing Guard (P/T) 2.0 Police Cadet (P/T)
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OFFICER & CIVILIAN OF THE YEAR
GILBERT TROCHE: OFFICER OF THE YEAR
Officer Troche was hired as a police officer in 2013 and is assigned to the patrol division and performs general uniformed patrol duties. This year Officer Troche attained a position as a Field Training Officer and was selected as a member of our newly formed Street Enforcement Team. At our inaugural awards ceremony in November, Officer Troche attained his 12th Stolen Vehicle Enforcement award, 5th Firearms Enforcement award and earned a Chief’s Citation award for his extensive proactive enforcement and quality investigative efforts. Officer Troche places a high priority on reaching the youth in our community and ensures they know they can count on the police to protect them and be there as role models.
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COURTNEY BYRNE: CIVILIAN OF THE YEAR
Police Services Technician Byrne was hired in 2016 and is the Police Department’s Crime Scene Investigator. Her primary duties consist of: Crime Scene processing, evidence collection, case preparation, discovery request, sexual registrant processing and monitoring, and she even locates runaway juveniles. Technician Byrne excels in forensic examinations of electronic devices and is often called upon by outside police agencies for assistance due to her expertise. She uses the department’s 360-degree scanner to produce extremely detailed crime scene sketches and maps, and similarly to detectives, Technician Byrne is on-call and never misses a callout.
POLICE SERVICES TECHNICIAN
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NEW H Police Administrative Clerk Maria Cabrera Police Administrative Clerk Cabrera joined the San Pablo Police Department in August 2018. She graduated from Ygnacio Valley High School, and is currently attending Los Medanos College in pursuit of her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. She has previous experience as a supervisor, at both Home Depot and Total Wine & More where she earned awards for Outstanding Leadership in 2016 and 2017. Officer Kristina Foster Officer Foster joined the San Pablo Police Department in October 2018. She graduated from Salesian High School, and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. Her previous work experience includes Police Explorer and Parking Enforcement Officer with the Hercules Police Department, as well as Dispatcher for the Contra Costa College Police Department. Officer Foster began her career with the Piedmont Police Department in 2010 where she earned several commendations and awards, and served as a Firearms Instructor and Defensive Tactics Instructor. Police Administrative Clerk Caitlyn Martinez Police Administrative Clerk Martinez joined the San Pablo Police Department in November 2018. She grew up in Hayward, CA and attended James Logan High School. Currently she is a candidate for a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. Previously she was employed with the City of Danville where she was a Police Administrative Clerk. In her off hours Clerk Martinez volunteers for Ruby’s Place, a domestic violence shelter, in Hayward. Police Administrative Clerk Dezzirae Cafferata Police Administrative Clerk Cafferata joined the San Pablo Police Department in November 2018. She graduated from Westmoor High School in Daly City, and is currently a candidate for her B.A. in Communication from California State East Bay. She previously worked for seven years as a Transportation Security Officer for the Transportation Security Administration at San Francisco Airport. Officer Joseph Spiegel Officer Spiegel joined the San Pablo Police Department in November 2018. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science with a minor in English. He began his law enforcement career as a deputy with the Contra Costa Sheriff’s Office and received several commendations for work.
Officer Chase Trevino Officer Trevino Chase joined the San Pablo Police Department in November 2018. He previously served in the United States Marine Corps, where he received several awards including a brown belt in the Martial Arts Program and was honorably discharged at the rank of Sergeant. Officer Trevino was hired while he was in the basic police academy where he received the overall top recruit award for his academy class. Cadet Iahla Brooks-Blaisdell Cadet Brooks-Blaisdell joined the San Pablo Police Department in November 2018. She is currently enrolled in Administration of Justice classes at Diablo Valley College and one day hopes to follow in her father’s footsteps as a San Pablo Police Officer. Cadet Braylen Herbert Cadet Herbert joined the San Pablo Police Department in November 2018. He received an Associate’s degree in Administration of Justice from Diablo Valley College, and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice California State East Bay.
Officer Tyler Nelson Officer Nelson joined the San Pablo Police Department in December 2018. Officer Nelson started his career with the Fremont police department and was a deputy at the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff where he worked in the jail, patrol, and previously served on SWAT.
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HIRES Officer Javier Rios Officer Rios joined the San Pablo Police Department in December 2018. He graduated from Ignacio Valley High School and received his Criminal Justice Degree from California State Chico. He began his law enforcement career as a deputy with the Contra Costa Office of the Sheriff, where he worked in the jail, patrol, served as a liaison for the mental health evaluation team in our county, and was a defensive tactics instructor. Officer Allen Nunley Officer Nunley joined the San Pablo Police Department in December 2018. He graduated from Deer Valley High School and attended Los Medanos College where he studied Criminal Justice. Officer Nenley began his career in law enforcement as an officer with the Oakland Police Department. He is currently serving as a Corporal with the United States Marine Corps Reserve and is a first degree black belt in Wado Ki Kai Karate. Officer Jose Soriano Officer Soriano joined the San Pablo Police Department in December 2018. He graduated from De Anza High School and has taken several college level courses in Criminal Justice. He has served in the Army National Guard since 2006, and was deployed to Iraq. Prior to being hired by San Pablo Police Department, he served as a Police Officer with the Coyote Valley Tribal Police Department. Police Services Assistant Sandra Trevino Police Services Assistant Trevino joined the San Pablo Police Department in January 2019. She holds a Bachelorâ€™s Degree in Psychology from Kansas State University. She previously worked for the Family Law Facilitators, Veteran Affairs Department, The Rape Crisis Center, The Family Justice Center, and the City of Pinole as a Crime Prevention Officer. Officer Alfredo Rodriguez Officer Rodriguez joined the San Pablo Police Department in February 2019. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies from Sonoma State University. He began his career in law enforcement as Deputy Sheriff with the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff.
Administrative Clerk Taylor Shaw Police Administrative Clerk Shaw joined the San Pablo Police Department in March 2019. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Psychology from Sonoma State University.
Officer Hugo Torres Officer Torres joined the San Pablo Police Department in May 2019. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from California State University Los Angeles. Previously he was an intern with the Los Angeles County Sheriffâ€™s Department. Officer Manuel Agredano Officer Agredano joined the San Pablo Police Department in May 2019. He began his career as an officer with the San Bruno Police Department, where he earned an award for an Distinguished Service Medal. He also holds a purple belt in Kajukenbo mixed martial arts.
Background Investigator Joe Battle Investigator Battle joined the police department in September as a part-time background investigator. He retired after working for the Contra Costa County Probation Department for 23 years. He is very happy to be part of the San Pablo family.
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AWARDS FOR YEARS OF SERVICE
Police Service Technician Linda Miller
Officer Matthew Brown
Officer David Hoff
Sgt. Bradley Lindblom
Officer Luke Prince
Officer Gilbert Troche
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Officer Robert Chalk
Officer Bryan Biama
During our inaugural awards ceremony police department personnel received awards for Stolen Vehicle Enforcement, DUI Enforcement, Firearms Enforcement, Meritorious Unit Citations, Officer and Civilian of the Year, Bronze Medal of Valor, and the Gold Medal of Valor.
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IN THE CO FOURTH OF JULY Every division of the Police Department attended the Cityâ€™s Annual Multi-Cultural Family Celebration and Fireworks Show. Officers ensured public safety and traffic concerns were maintained for the more than 5,000 community members in attendance. Staff also got to join in the festivities and fun!
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OMMUNITY NATIONAL NIGHT OUT We held the first centralized San Pablo National Night Out event at the Community Center. The event had music, games, and vendors with more than 1,200 community members in attendance. PD Staff barbecued for the public and we were able to build upon a foundation of positive relationships with our Community!
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IN THE CO CINCO DE MAYO Nearly every member of the Police Department participated in the annual Cinco de Mayo Parade and Festival. This was the first year in which the Police Department partnered with Public Works to create a float which included dĂŠcor and staff dancing with DJ Officer Banayat providing music and entertainment.
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OMMUNITY HALLOWEEN Officers and staff love dressing up to celebrate a safe Halloween with families. More than 1,600 kids came through our Disney Incredibles display to share some healthy treats, play some games, and take photos with some pretty super-powered heroes!
HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE The Community continued to show overwhelming support for our 2nd Annual Toy Drive and Car Show at the San Pablo Community Center. Hundreds of toys were collected and delivered to more than a dozen families in need for the Holiday Season.
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IN THE CO DENIM DAY Peace Over Violence runs its Denim Day campaign on a Wednesday in April in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Denim Day campaign was in response to a ruling by the Italian Supreme Court where a rape conviction was overturned because Justices felt the victim was wearing tight jeans and must have helped her rapist remove her jeans, thereby implying consent. The following day, the women in the Italian Parliament came to work wearing jeans in solidarity with the victim. In support of Denim Day, members of our Police Department not assigned to our field operations are authorized to wear denim on Wednesday, April 24, 2019.
PINK PATCH PROJECT The San Pablo Police Department celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October with our Pink Patch Project. Officers displayed pink patches on our uniforms for the month and raised over $500 in donations in 2018 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The #PinkPatchProject is a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles County Police Chiefsâ€™ Association and several public safety agencies in Los Angeles County and beyond. These agencies have partnered together to combat breast cancer by promoting public awareness and raising funds for breast cancer research and treatment. Donate: Breast Cancer Research Foundation, 60 East 50th Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY10022, www.bcrf.org.
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OMMUNITY TORCH RUN Runners from the San Police Department along with a number of special needs athletes from the ARC Contra Costa - George Miller Center Adult program were once again honored to be “Guardians of the Flame”. After making its way through Albany, El Cerrito and Richmond, the “Flame of Hope” was handed off to our runners continuing its journey throughout Contra Costa Couty. City by city, “Guardians of the Flame” carried the torch to its final destination at UC Davis for the Special Olympics Summer Games, held the weekend of June 21. Fourteen runners from our department, along with a group of special needs participants from the Community Access Program, Robert Miller Center carried the Special Olympics Torch 2.6 miles to our hand off to the Pinole Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Agency to continue its journey through Contra Costa County.
BIKE THE BRIDGES Our Department is proud to participate in this annual ride which benefits over 21,000 athletes of Special Olympics Northern CA, to help raise money for special needs athletes. Because of events like Bike the Bridges, Special Olympics Northern CA can provide year-round athletic training and competition to children & adults with intellectual disabilities at no cost to them or their families. On behalf of the San Pablo Police Department and all the participants, we thank everyone that helped make the Special Olympics Torch Run a success. Your support directly benefits the participants of the program and ensures our partnership has a positive effect on the participants and our community.
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IN THE CO COFFEE WITH A COP These events are a great way to build relationships with Community and the Police Department while sharing a donut (of course), and a hot cup of coffee. We cherish these opportunities to share and learn about the priorities of the Community. Look out for the next Coffee with a Cop Event at a business near you!
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OMMUNITY CERT/COMMUNITY POLICE ACADEMY & CITIZENâ€™S ACADEMY LISTOS/CERT are free classes which help prepare our community on how to deal with natural disasters. Out of 7 classes, 75 students graduated from our program last year! We provided our Community with a view of what goes on within the police department through free classes which cover many different divisions and specialties. We had 30 graduates from the Community Police Academy last year.
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In 2017, The Field Training Unit provided training to 8 recruits who are now performing at the level of a solo officer.
Our Patrol division works actively to ensure safety an
Calls for Service: 36,151 Arrests Made: 2,127 Cases Generated: 5,732 Citations Issued: 1,461
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y and 42% of our calls for service are officer initiated.
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In 2017, The Field Training Unit provided training to 8 recruits who are now performing at the level of a solo officer.
SERVICES D Code Enforcement
Two School Resource Officers are assigned to the Code Enforcement Division. One is dedicated to Helms Middle School, while the other teaches a nationally recognized G.R.E.A.T. program to all 6th graders in San Pablo.
Cases Opened: 635 Citations Issued: 3,464 Dangerous & Substandard Living Citations: 54 Forensic Searches: 87
School Resource Officer
The G.R.E.A.T. Program includes 13 lesson plans throughout the year on prevention of gangs, violence, drug abuse, tobacco use, and anger management. At the culmination of the G.R.EA.T. Program, the top students are recognized at the annual G.R.E.A.T. Awards Dinner. This dinner is a themed event, which Police Employees dress up in costume to facilitate. In May 2019, over 150 people attended the dinner and 25 students were recognized.
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DIVISION Priority-Oriented Policing (POP)
The goal of the POP Unit is to investigate gang related crimes and reduce gang activity amongst youth.
Arrests: 45 Guns Seized: 11 Forensic Searches: 10 Search Warrants: 14
STREET ENFORCEMENT TEAM (SET)
In May 2018, the SET Team was deployed to conduct proactive high-visibility patrol to address community priorities. In less than two months, the SET Team seized almost 10lbs of narcotics and multiple illegal firearms from the streets.
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Search Warrants: 104 Guns Seized: 4 Arrests: 90 Forensic Searches: 87
Crisis Response Unit
Our Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) team was activated 7 times in 2018 to conduct search warrant operations. All of the activations involved apprehending suspects for violent felonies including attempted homicide and robbery, or weapons possession. Each search warrant conducted resulted in apprehension with zero injuries to officers or members of the community.
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NS DIVISION K-9 The K9 Unit remains one of the most valuable assets within the Patrol Division. In 2018, the K9 Officers with their K9 partners were responsible for more than 129 arrests, and conducted over 200 searches resulting in seizing narcotics, firearms, and the apprehension of multiple violent offenders. Look out for our K9 demonstrations at a local event as our Community loves to spend time with our furry crime fighters!
Arrests: 129 Contacts: 4 Building Searches: 29 Area Searches: 46 Article Searches: 11 Vehicle Searches: 50 Narcotics Searches: 69
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SERVICES DIVISION RECORDS UNIT Report Requests Processed: 966
Prosecution Packets Processed: 1,395
Citations Processed: 1,056
Vehicle Releases Processed: 237
PROPERTY & EVIDENCE UNIT Evidence Entered: 5,423
Drugs & Guns Destroyed: 460 lbs.
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Evidence Purged: 3,392
Seized Guns Processed: 65
BUSINESS WATCH ROBOT/SWAT
Business Watch is a crime prevention program which links our small businesses with one another, and between them and the police department. This program enlists active participation by local business owners, managers, and employees to reduce crime in their work environment. It is designed for our police department and local businesses to establish partnerships and to take systematic steps to reduce opportunities for crimes in and around business locations. Business Watch also provides a networking system between businesses that quickly and accurately disseminates information.
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It is my pleasure to present the San Pablo Police Department’s 2018-19 Annual Report. Contained in this report are the details that highligh...
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It is my pleasure to present the San Pablo Police Department’s 2018-19 Annual Report. Contained in this report are the details that highligh...