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Welcome to the rainy season! Here's the latest news from your police and fire departments.

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November 9, 2017

It's time to brush up on rainy-season driving skills.

Officer and K9 in a rainy patrol car

Our firefighters and police officers have been responding to a lot of traffic crashes since the rainy season started, so it's time to brush up on winter driving habits. Wet roads = slippery roads, so slow down and allow more stopping time for yourself and other drivers. Also, always turn your headlights on anytime your wipers are on--it's the law, and it makes your car more visible to other drivers.


Meet your new POP/Parks Officer

Officer Derek Anganes

Officer Anganes is the newest member of the RPD's Social Services Unit/POP (Problem Oriented Policing) unit.  His focus will be on the parks, trails and open space areas.


Tips for happy holiday shopping

Officers and Santa in the mall

Ready to hit the stores for holiday shopping? Here are a few tips to keep your experience safe and enjoyable.


Here's your latest police digests.

   

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What's been happening in your area? Here's the latest police digest, and here's the digest for the previous week, November 2.


Staying safe in the kitchen during the season of feasts.

Thanksgiving

For most, the kitchen is the heart of the home, especially during the holidays. From testing family recipes to decorating cakes and cookies, everyone enjoys being part of the preparations.

 

So keeping fire safety top of mind in the kitchen during this joyous but hectic time is important, especially when there’s a lot of activity and people at home. As you start preparing your holiday schedule and organizing that large family feast, remember, by following a few simple safety tips you can enjoy time with your loved ones and keep yourself and your family safer from fire.

Safety tips

  • Stay in the kitchen when you are cooking on the stovetop so you can keep an eye on the food.
  • Stay in the home when cooking your turkey and check on it frequently.
  • Keep children away from the stove. The stove will be hot and kids should stay 3 feet away.
  • Make sure kids stay away from hot food and liquids. The steam or splash from vegetables, gravy or coffee could cause serious burns.
  • Keep the floor clear so you don’t trip over kids, toys, pocketbooks or bags.
  • Keep knives out of the reach of children.
  • Be sure electric cords from an electric knife, coffee maker, plate warmer or mixer are not dangling off the counter within easy reach of a child.
  • Keep matches and utility lighters out of the reach of children — up high in a locked cabinet.
  • Never leave children alone in room with a lit candle.
  • Make sure your smoke alarms are working. Test them by pushing the test button.
For more information on Thanksgiving safety tips, please visit the National Fire Protection Association's website by clicking here.

 

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Fire- 401 Oak Street, Roseville, CA 95678

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