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|What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's our police digest of selected crime reports and police activity for January 13-19, 2017.|
|From 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, January 28, Roseville residents are invited to a free community forum at Woodbridge Elementary School showcasing healthy, low-cost cooking, and how to manage your finances and save money.|
|From 9 to 11 a.m. Friday, January 27, join us at Peet's Coffee in the Fountains (1198 Roseville Pkwy) for Coffee with a Cop!|
|January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and we're partnering with Stand Up Placer to raise awareness and support for local victims.|
Community Awareness Training
Join us from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, January 23, at the Roseville Police Department for a community training about human trafficking, presented by Roseville Police Department detectives and Stand Up Placer's Human Trafficking team. They'll talk about what human trafficking is, and its status in Placer County. They'll also talk about what services and support are available to victims.
Stand Up Placer is conducting a donation drive this month to collect gift cards and other practical items for local victims. Donations can be dropped off at their service centers in Roseville and Auburn, or at the Roseville Police Department. Click here for their wish list.
|What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's a digest of selected crime reports and police activity for January 5-12, 2017.|
|What's been happening in your area since the holidays? Here's our police digest for the period of December 21-January 5.|
|What happened in your area recently? Here's the police digest, a selection of crime reports and police activity for December 17-20, 2016.|
|What happened in your area this week? Here's our digest of selected crime reports and police activity for the week of December 9-16, 2016.|
|What's been going on in your area? Here's our digest of selected crime reports and police activity for the period from November 29 to December 7, 2016.|
|What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's a digest of selected crime reports and police activity for November 15-28, 2016. To see older digests, scroll to the bottom of our home page and select "archives".|
|Recently many residents have seen a coyote in Maidu Regional Park and other east Roseville locations. Coyotes and other wildlife have lived in Roseville for a very long time, and play an important role in a healthy ecosystem. Read on for more information about coyotes and the other wildlife in our neighborhoods.|
|What's been happening in your area recently? Here's a digest of selected crime reports and police activity for November 3-14, 2016.|
|At Roseville City Council's November 2 meeting, Roseville Police Chief Daniel Hahn talked about the department's new Social Services Unit. It was designed to help our department partner with our community, Placer County's social services departments, local non-profits and other City of Roseville departments – all with the goal of continually improving the quality of life for our entire community. Please click the link below and take about 23 minutes to watch the presentation--Chief Hahn offers some great insights on new challenges facing our department, and how we're meeting them.|
|Exciting news--Roseville was ranked the 24th safest city for women in the nation!|
Financial website valuepenguin.com rated 261 major metropolitan areas in the U.S. according to crime rates, health factors, public policy and representation of women, education and wealth--and Roseville came out toward the top.
|Exciting news--Roseville has been ranked as one of the 25 safest cities in the US! Niche.com ranked U.S. cities over 100,000 population for safety, based on FBI crime statistics. We're proud and grateful--it takes a whole community working together to make a safe and thriving city. Read on to find out where Roseville placed on the list.|
|Effective immediately, until further notice, the Police Department Records Unit will be closed on all Wednesdays. There will be no front-counter staff to assist individuals in person on Wednesdays. This is a temporary schedule adjustment due to changes and enhancements within Records. If you need assistance at the Police Department when the front counter is closed, use the courtesy phone in the lobby to reach Dispatch. |
|If your car is 15+ years old, you're at increased risk from car thieves. That's because the ignitions of older cars are looser and easier to start with shaved vehicle keys and other common car thief tricks. Here are some easy and inexpensive ways to protect your car.|
|Phony "IRS agents" have been busy calling residents with bogus stories about delinquent taxes, imminent arrests & deportations, and other false claims. Here's some good advice from the IRS.|
|Making vacation plans? Add a little peace of mind to your travel agenda. As staffing permits, Roseville Police Department volunteers will check your house periodically while you're gone.|
|What's been happening in your area this week? Read on for a digest of selected crime reports and police activity.|
|What's been happening in your area this week? For one thing, we're seeing a lot of vehicle theft activity, especially thefts of "Honda Hunter Specials" (older sedans that are easy for thieves to steal). If you own an old Honda, Toyota, Acura or Saturn, and you don't have access to a garage, please consider getting a Club or other steering wheel lock, and use it consistently. They're not expensive, they're easy to use, and are a great investment to protect your ride.|
|What's been happening in your area lately? Read on for a digest of selected crime reports and police activity. To view older digests, visit our website at www.roseville.ca.us/police, and scroll down to the archive area.|
|What's been happening in your area? Here's a digest of selected crimes and police activity for October 6-12, 2016.|
|What happened in your neighborhood this week? Here's a digest of selected recent crime reports and police activities.|
|What's been happening in your area recently? Here's a digest of selected crime reports and police for the period of September 17 through September 29, 2016.|
|Here's a digest of selected crimes & police activities reported during the week of January 7-15, 2016.|
We're seeing a surge in thefts of catalytic converters again, so if you drive one of the frequently targeted high-profile trucks or SUVs, please call one of our partnering auto service businesses and schedule your service today.
If you drive a pickup or SUV that's high off the ground and has an accessible catalytic converter, you're at risk for catalytic converter theft. Thieves crawl under vehicles, cut off the converters and sell them to unscrupulous scrap yards, where they're highly prized for the small amounts of precious metals they contain. You can take some steps to make your catalytic converter less attractive to thieves.
|One of the Most Common Crimes|
Vehicle break-ins are amongst the most common type of crime in Roseville. It is especially prevalent during the holiday season. Fortunately you can take steps to protect your property and make your car less attractive to thieves.