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Youth, Families and Caregivers
If you have a family member who may wander away and become lost due to Alzheimer's, dementia or other problems, we can help.
Juvenile Procedures Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about parenting/teen issues, and what happens after a juvenile is cited for a crime in Roseville.
View the California Attorney General's Megan's Law site to view a list of registered sex offenders in California.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Get information on what to do if your child goes missing, and notify the authorities if you have seen any reporting missing children.
Parent Project is a parent skill-building class. The Roseville Police Department strongly recommends it to parents of defiant or out-of-control adolecents. To register for the next class, or for more information, call (916) 787-HELP. Click here to download the course schedule for 2009/2010.
Parent Project Video [video]
Learn about Roseville's Parent Project Program, a highly effective parenting skill building course especially designed for parents of defiant, out of control adolescents.
Learn about the Roseville Police Activities League, a non-profit organization that provides recreational activities for the youth in Roseville at no cost.
Information about Roseville's school resource officers, Roseville's youth and family therapist, and counseling intern program.
Youth Services Brochure
Download a .pdf brochure about Youth Services in Roseville.