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Youth Service Officers

Youth Service Officers (YSO) work full time during the school year in our four high schools. The YSO team helps provide guidance to students and work with staff to keep their campus free of illegal activity. The YSO group frequently investigate various calls for service on and off campus that improve quality of education and service for students and staff. The officers are a resource for parents and families. YSO’s also participate in after school sporting events.

If you have questions about the Youth Service Officer team or services they provide please contact Sergeant Bosworth, 916-774-5052 or jbosworth@roseville.ca.us.


Current Officers:
Adelante High School Officer Danny Miller 916-782-3155 ext. 1619 dmiller@roseville.ca.us 
Oakmont High School Officer Courtney Scurria 916-782-3781 ext. 2340 cscurria@roseville.ca.us 
Roseville High School Officer Carlos Cortes  916-782-3753 ext. 3090  ccortes@roseville.ca.us 
Woodcreek High School  Officer Gary Smith  916-771-6565 ext. 4267  gsmith@roseville.ca.us 
Community Services Supervisor Sergeant Jason Bosworth 916-774-5052 jbosworth@roseville.ca.us

Megan's Law
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

Parent Project is a parent skill-building class. The Roseville Police Department strongly recommends it to parents of defiant or out-of-control adolescents. To register for the next class, or for more information, call (916) 787-HELP. 

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.

RPAL
Learn about the Roseville Police Activities League, a non-profit organization that provides recreational activities for the youth in Roseville at no cost.


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