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March 8, 2018

Parents, help is available for teen addiction issues.


Parents, do you suspect or know your teen has a substance abuse problem? Help is available. Through a collaboration between Roseville Police Department's Social Services Unit and Recovery Happens Counseling Services, we're offering a weekly drop-in center for parents every Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Roseville Police Department's Mark White Community Room. Counselors will be available to talk to parents and let them know about available resources.

Teenage girl with parents behind her, serious discussion

What's in the backpack?


It's a bag of mystery treasure. Does it hold a wallet full of cash and credit cards? An expensive laptop or iPad? Or just grungy gym clothes and candy wrappers? Here's what some will do to solve the mystery and claim the prize.

Backpack on the passenger seat of a car

Want to work for Roseville Police? Let's get acquainted.


We're always looking for the best people to serve our community. If you're interested in a career with Roseville PD, we offer a couple of recurring opportunities to get to know us, and let us get to know you. Both are open to both aspiring officers and aspiring professional staff. Don't worry if you're not in "academy shape"--you can run or work out at your own level while visiting with friendly RPD employees. For more information, visit our website.

Roseville Police employees and others running together

Learn to better protect your business--attend Police Business Academy.


If you own or work at a Roseville business, join us for Police Business Academy on April 18 and 25. You'll learn to protect yourself, your employees and your customers from common crimes against businesses, and how to work in partnership with police. For more information and to apply, visit our website.

Officer in a store, looking at the cash box with a flashlight

Nominate a worthy volunteer for recognition.


Do you know a worthy volunteer in the Roseville community? Nominate them for the Sylvia Besana Community Volunteer Award.This annual award recognizes individuals in the Roseville community who display dedication through consistent commitment to community service, serve as role models by inspiring others to volunteer, and demonstrate leadership, excellence and integrity through volunteer service.  Visit our website for more information and to submit a nomination. Nominations are being accepted through March 12.

Volunteer for Roseville swim activity

Your latest police digest


What's been happening in your area? Here's the latest police digest--a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by police beat area and neighborhood. You can also catch up on older digests on our website.

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Make sure your child safety seat is installed correctly.


Did you know that the Roseville Fire Department currently offers car seat installations by a certified Child Passenger SafetyTechnician? Installations are done by appointment only and can be scheduled by calling 916-772-6300.

Roseville Fire employee talking to a dad with a car safety seat

Are your smoke alarms properly installed and maintained?

Testing Smoke Alarm

Approximately two-thirds of home fire deaths occur in homes without working smoke alarms. Since most fatal fires occur at night, it's essential that every home has working smoke alarms to provide an early warning. Working smoke alarms increase the chance of surviving a home fire by 50 percent.

To see if your smoke alarms are properly installed and maintained, please visit Cal Fire's website by clicking here.

Join RPD & RPAL for Coffee with a Cop on March 29.


Our next Coffee with a Cop is in partnership with the Roseville Police Activities League, from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday, March 29, at Barnes and Noble, 1256 Galleria Blvd. Join us for coffee, good conversation, or share a good book! This is an opportunity to meet your local officers, ask any law-enforcement related questions you may have, raise concerns or just say hi. All ages welcome.

Coffee with a Cop--large group mingling

Dispose of unneeded medications on April 28.


The next free medication take-back day is from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 28, at several convenient locations. This is an opportunity to get expired and unneeded medications safely out of your home. For locations, visit our website.

Prescription pills

Did you send money to a scammer through Western Union? Claim a refund.

If you lost money via a scam involving a Western Union wire transfer, you may be eligible for a refund. The deadline to file a claim has been extended to May 31, 2018. You must have lost the money to a scam via a Western Union wire transfer between January 1, 2004 and January 19, 2017.

For more information on this settlement reached between the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission and Western Union, and how to file a claim, visit the FTC's website.


Police- 1051 Junction Blvd, Roseville, CA 95678

Fire- 401 Oak Street, Roseville, CA 95678

(916) 774-5000 - Police   916-774-5800 - Fire | www.roseville.ca.us/police | www.roseville.ca.us/fire

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·         To facilitate communications within and between neighborhoods.

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