The Police Business Academy is designed to educate members of the Roseville business community in various crime prevention techniques, the process of crime reporting and how to collaborate with the police. This two-day, 16-hour academy is free of charge and is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 18and March 25. Class size is limited and pre-registration is required. See the Roseville Police Department website to register: www.roseville.ca.us/police
At its January 8th meeting, the Roseville City Council approved a new memorandum of understanding with Roseville Police Officers Association (RPOA). The new two-year agreement covers 114 police officers represented by the RPOA.
"We appreciate the difficult job our officers perform and are pleased to move forward with an agreement that reflects this," said Roseville Mayor Susan Rohan.
"It's no surprise this has been a very long process — probably a lot longer than we would have hoped for," said Philip Mancini, newly elected president of RPOA, at the City Council meeting. "But we’re satisfied with this MOU. It’s something we can support and use as a starting point for moving forward."
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.