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  1. October 17, 2018 Roseville Police Department Crime Log Every community has crime. Recognizing and reporting suspicious activity helps reduce the opportunity for criminal activity. Play your part in keeping Roseville safe by keeping up with the crime that happens in our community. Access the latest Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log. Halloween Safety Tips With all the excitement that Halloween brings, children may forget many of the safety rules you have taught them. Therefore, it is important to carve out some time before your children head out the door on Halloween to remind them of the safety rules that you expect them to follow. Here are a few safety tips to go over with your kids before they head out: Never get into strangers’ cars no matter what the person says. If your child is old enough to go out on Halloween with friends, make sure that he/she has a pre-programmed cell phone with all-important numbers. Children and adults are reminded to put electronic devices down, keep their head up and walk, don’t run, across the street. If your older children are going out without an adult, plan and review the route that is acceptable to you. Agree on a specific time when you want them home. Tell your child to only go to homes with an outside light on, and never enter a home or car for a treat. When crossing the street remind your child not to assume drivers will stop. Motorists may have trouble seeing trick-or-treaters. Just because one car stops does not mean others will. Tell your child not to eat any of their treats until you have checked them. Law enforcement should be notified immediately of any suspicious or unlawful activity. Motorists need to take extra precautions when driving on Halloween night. Here are a few tips to remember: Do not use a cell phone or other electronic device. Even with hands-free devices, a driver’s attention is not totally focused on driving when talking on the phone. Avoid distraction by waiting until you are parked to call, text, or surf. Drive below the posted speed limit in residential areas during trick-or-treating hours. Watch for children darting into the street. Kids can cross the street anywhere, and most young pedestrian deaths happen at spots other than intersections. Do not pass other vehicles that have stopped in the roadway. Children could be crossing the street, or parents may be dropping off children. Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully. At twilight and later in the evening, watch for children in dark clothing. Drive slowly, anticipate heavy pedestrian traffic, and turn on your headlights earlier in the day to spot children from greater distances. LOOK. LISTEN. LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere. Every year, the majority of fire deaths in North America happen at home. Today’s home fires burn faster than ever. In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds. It is important that you and your family take the time to prepare so that should a fire happen in your home, you can get out safely. Your family can start by making sure you have a home fire escape plan: • Home fire escape planning and drills are an essential part of fire safety. A home fire escape plan needs to be developed and practiced before a fire strikes. • A home escape plan should include the following: o Two exits from every room in the home – usually a door and a window o Properly installed and working smoke alarms o A meeting place outside, in front of the home, where everyone will meet after they exit o A call to 9-1-1 or the local emergency number from a cell phone or a neighbor’s phone. For more tips on creating a home escape plan or other fire safety tips, visit here. Roseville locations: Maidu Community Center - 1550 Maidu Drive Roseville High School - 1 Tiger Way Sun City Roseville - 7050 Del Webb Blvd. (by the tennis courts) 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
  2. September 19, 2018 Roseville Police Department Crime Log Look for an updated version of the RPD Crime Log. You can access the Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log. Chain of Survival Award On July 10, Roseville Fire responded to a vehicle accident on Olympus Point at Sierra College Blvd. The driver of the vehicle required extensive extrication and patient care from our crews. While we usually tell you about our department’s role in an incident, this time we are able to tell you about the “Chain of Survival” for one of the patients that was highlighted at an event yesterday. Yesterday, Sierra Sacramento Valley EMS Agency brought together at Sutter Roseville Hospital: - An off duty Police Sergeant from a neighboring City who was on his way home when he came upon the accident. The patient’s car was on fire with the patient trapped inside. The Sergeant was able to extinguish the fire before first responders arrived on scene and provide scene safety. - Roseville 9-1-1 Dispatchers were recognized for their work in professionally fielding 9-1-1 calls from bystanders of the accident and quickly sending the appropriate resources to the scene, - The firefighters who arrived on scene to find one patient who has been able to self-extricate from the vehicle and another patient trapped in a severely damaged car with multiple injuries. The patient was unconscious as firefighters provided life saving medical care inside the vehicle, while rapidly and efficiently extricating him from the wreckage. - Paramedics and EMT’s from AMR who responded to the accident to provide additional medical care and transported the patients to the hospital, - Members of the emergency room team of doctors and nurses who although not able to be at the event were recognized for their tremendous work treating the patient on the evening of the accident, - Members of the ICU team where the patient was transferred after the ER, - Occupational, Physical and Cognitive Therapist that have helped the patient to rehabilitate to where he is today. The “Chain of Survival” begins as soon as an incident occurs and 9-1-1 is initiated. This instance is just one example of how a strong “Chain of Survival” can improve chances of survival and recovery for victims of a traumatic incident. In this instance the patient and his family were able to join in the event and while the patient still has a long road to a full recovery, he has made tremendous progress so far. Now you can freeze your credit for free Last year 148 million Americans had their personal information stolen as part of the Equifax data breach. Victim’s Social Security number, name, address and credit card numbers were compromised. As a result Congress put together legislation to give consumers more control of their credit report. On May 24, President Trump signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act which took effect on September 21, 2018. This new law allows all Americans to freeze and unfreeze their credit report for free. If you are concerned about identity theft, you might want to consider a credit freeze. Here’s what new on credit freeze from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Free credit freezes What is it? A credit freeze restricts access to your credit file, making it harder for identity thieves to open new accounts in your name. Usually you get a PIN to use each time you want to freeze and unfreeze your account to apply for new credit. What’s new? Prior to September 21, credit freeze in California cost $10 per credit bureau. Now it is free to freeze and unfreeze your credit file. Free child credit freezes What is it? A child credit freeze allows you to freeze a child’s credit file until the child is old enough to use credit. What’s new? Previously, some states did not allow you to freeze a child’s credit file. Now, no matter where you live, you’ll be able to get a free credit freeze for children under age 16. Year-long fraud alerts What is it? A fraud alert will tell any business that runs your credit that they should check with you before opening a new account. What’s new? Previously, fraud alerts lasted 90 days. Now, an initial fraud alert will last for one year. It will still be free, and identity theft victims can still get an extended fraud alert for seven years. Things to consider before freezing your credit report A credit freeze does not: Prevent you from getting your free annual credit report. Keep you from opening a new account, applying for a job, renting an apartment, or buying insurance. However, if you’re doing any of these, you’ll need to lift the freeze temporarily. It’s free to lift the freeze and free to place it again when you’re done accessing your credit. Prevent a thief from making charges to your existing accounts. You still need to monitor all bank, credit card and insurance statements for fraudulent transactions. How to "freeze" your credit report Go to each of the credit bureau websites and locate the “security freeze” link. For Equifax: www.equifax.com/personal/credit-report-services/ For Experian: www.experian.com/freeze For TransUnion: www.transunion.com/credit-freeze If you are considering freezing your own credit, don’t forget you can freeze your child’s credit, too. A child's Social Security number can be used by identity thieves to apply for government benefits, open bank and credit card accounts, apply for a loan or utility service, or rent a place to live. This could potentially go undetected for many years until he/she grows up and starts applying for credit, only to find a big mess. Taking a few minutes now to freeze your credit and your child’s may prevent bigger issues down the road. For more information about Measure B, visit Roseville.ca.us/MeasureB Mark your calendar - medication take-back day Gather up your expired and unneeded medications and drop them off for free. Time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Roseville locations: Maidu Community Center - 1550 Maidu Drive Roseville High School - 1 Tiger Way Sun City Roseville - 7050 Del Webb Blvd. Smoke Alarms Help Save Lives 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. Learn more about smoke alarms, including how to test them and where they should be installed here. Medicare has completed issuing new cards to its California members Medicare has finished issuing new Medicare cards to its members in California. The Social Security number (SSN) based Health Insurance Claim Number (HICN) has been replaced with an 11-character Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI), which is made up of numbers and uppercase letters. Each MBI is randomly generated and the characters do not have any hidden or special meaning. Once you receive your new Medicare card with an MBI, you can use it right away and destroy your old card. Beware of scammers If someone contacts you and says you need to pay for your new Medicare card, it’s a scam! According to Medicare’s website: “Medicare will never call you uninvited and ask you to give us personal or private information to get your new Medicare Number and card. Scam artists may try to get personal information (like your current Medicare Number) by contacting you about your new card. If someone asks you for your information, for money, or threatens to cancel your health benefits if you don’t share your personal information, hang up and call us at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).” If you have a parent or relative on Medicare, ask them if they have received their new Medicare card. If not, have them contact Medicare for more information at 1-800-MEDICARE. 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
  3. September 19, 2018 Roseville Police Department Crime Log Look for an updated version of the RPD Crime Log. You can access the Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log. Disasters occur every year in California, from wildfires to floods to earthquakes and these disasters can strike quickly and without warning. The best way to make your family and your home safe is to be prepared before a disaster strikes. Learn more at: Preparing an Emergency Supply Kit. Mark your calendar - medication take-back day Gather up your expired and unneeded medications and drop them off for free. Time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Roseville locations: Maidu Community Center - 1550 Maidu Drive Roseville High School - 1 Tiger Way Sun City Roseville - 7050 Del Webb Blvd. Smoke Alarms Help Save Lives 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. Learn more about smoke alarms, including how to test them and where they should be installed here. Do you have a home alarm system? If you do, there are some things you need to know. Frequently asked questions: Q: I installed my alarm system myself. Do I still need a permit? A: Yes. An alarm permit is required for everyone operating an alarm system within Roseville city limits. Q: My alarm system is not monitored. Do I still need a permit? A: All audible alarm systems monitored or not require an alarm permit. Q: What is the cost of an alarm permit? A: The cost of an alarm permit is $35 and is valid for two years. Permits must be renewed every two years at a cost of $15 per renewal. Q: What happens if I don’t get a permit for my alarm system? A: Failing to obtain an alarm permit may result in the issuance of an administrative citation. Q: How do I apply for an alarm permit? A: If you would like to apply for an alarm permit, please go to www.crywolfservices.com/rosevilleca or call the Roseville False Alarm Reduction Program at (877) 665-2983. Q: What if I need more information or have questions? A: For questions call (916) 774-5093, or email alarmpermits@roseville.ca.us. 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
  4. September 5, 2018 Roseville Police Department Crime Log Look for an updated version of the RPD Crime Log. You can access the Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log. Roseville Wildland Fire Preparedness With devastating fires burning in California communities, Roseville residents are asking what they should do to prepare, how our city is helping our neighbors affected by these fires, and how we plan and prepare for fire danger in Roseville. Let’s start with you - click here for more information Sharing the road: Safety tips for cyclists & motorists School is back in session and that means car, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic around schools are heavy, especially right before and after school. Drivers need to be extra careful when driving in the school zone. Kids on bicycles can be unpredictable. According to the California DMV each year in California, more than 100 people are killed and hundreds of thousands more are injured in bicycle collisions. Some bicycle related crashes are connected to the bicyclist’s behavior, while others are due to the motorist’s lack of attention. Motorists and bicyclists must follow the rules and share the road. Did you know? - Bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists. - It is illegal and unsafe for bicyclists to ride against (or facing) traffic. - Motorists must maintain at least three feet clearance when passing a bicyclist. If you are unable to pass within 3 feet of space, pass at a safe speed to not endanger the bicyclist. - Bicyclists must obey all traffic controls, lights, signs, and signals. It’s the law. Driving a car or bicycle on roadways requires care and courtesy. So, put down your cell phone when driving, and give your full attention to the road. Let’s make sure our youngest citizens are safe when riding their bikes to or from school. California's Day of Preparedness happening Saturday, September 8. Catalytic converter thefts - on the rise Your car has something in it that’s in high demand for thieves. No, it’s not your GPS or your cell phone. The item in questions is underneath your car, takes only seconds to remove, and is required for your car to run properly and legally. It’s your car’s catalytic converter. Roseville has seen an increase in converter thefts in recent months. In July alone, there were 12 thefts. That compares to 14 thefts in all of 2017. The Toyota Tacoma was the most frequently targeted vehicle with 8 of the 12 thefts. Thieves generally target high profile vehicles like trucks or SUVs because the higher ground clearance allows for easier access underneath. However, that doesn’t mean sedans or sports cars are immune to converter theft. Of particular interest to thieves are newer vehicles that have two converters. Why catalytic converters? Thieves are attracted to catalytic converters for a couple of reasons, low risk and high reward. Converters can often be removed in less than two minutes and have no identifiable markings. The precious metals (platinum, rhodium and palladium) contained in the converters can be extracted by recyclers and then sold for $800-$2,000 per ounce. Don’t make your car an easy target for thieves. · Park your car in your garage with the door closed when you are at home (or use motion-detection lights if parking in a driveway). · Park your vehicle in well-populated, well-lit areas. · Park close to a building entrance or to the nearest access road when parking in a public lot. This is due to the increased amount of pedestrian traffic in those areas. · If you have a security system on your car, calibrate it so vibration sets it off. This ensures the alarm activates if a thief tries to saw off the converter. · Consider talking with your mechanic on how to better secure your catalytic converter. · Etch the license plate number on the catalytic converter. · If you do become a victim of catalytic converter theft, file a report with the police department. · Call the police department if you notice suspicious people hanging around vehicles for no apparent reason. · Consider starting a Neighborhood Watch group with your neighbors. By working together, you and your neighbors can look out for each other. Nothing can totally prevent a criminal from stealing your catalytic converter. Thieves select vehicles that are easy targets. However, you can make your vehicle less attractive to thieves by following the tips mentioned above. 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
  5. August 15, 2018 Roseville Police Department Crime Log Look for an updated version of the RPD Crime Log. You can access the Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log. Fire Station 1 Dedication and Community Celebration You're invited to join the Fire Department for the Dedication and Community Celebration of Fire Station 1. Saturday, August 18 9 - 11:00 a.m. Fire Station 1- 80 Lincoln Street Fire Station 1 will be formally dedicated in Honor of Retired Fire Chief Carl Green during a ceremony at 9:00 a.m. Immediately following the dedication ceremony, the station will be open for the community to tour until 11:00 a.m. RSVP is not required. This is a free family-friendly community event, open to all. Police Citizens Academy - Register Today Want an inside look at how your local law enforcement agency operates? The Roseville Police Department is now accepting applications from Roseville community members for the Citizen's Police Awareness Academy. The academy runs for two weeks from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from September 17-27, 2018. Citizen's Police Awareness Academy provides community members with a behind the scenes look at police operations. The academy is broken into interactive and classroom sessions. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in live police patrol officer simulations and the emergency vehicle operations course. Additionally, they’ll be introduced to the concepts of community-oriented policing and problem solving, learn about volunteer opportunities, and will meet representatives from every unit within the department. Roseville's Citizen Police Academy is open to those who are at least 18 years old and who live or work in the Roseville area. For more information, please call or email Police Community Relations Analyst Melisa Ingram at (916)774-5057 / ingrammelisa@roseville.ca.us, or Click here to submit your application online. Space is limited and early registration is encouraged. Warn your family and friends about tech support scams. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is warning consumers to be on the lookout for tech support scams. You might already know the signs of a tech support scam, but do your friends and family? Seniors are often targeted by scammers, so make sure to talk to family members that may be affected. Here’s what they need to know. Companies like Microsoft or Apple don’t call and ask for access to your computer. If you get a call like that, it’s a scam. Real companies also won’t ask for your account passwords. Only scammers do. Tech support scammers try to convince you they’re legitimate. They’ll pretend to know about a problem on your computer. They’ll ask you to open normal files that look alarming to make you think you need help. If you do need computer help, go directly to a person, business, or website you know you can trust. General online searches are risky because they might pull up another scam. A tech support scammer who has access to your computer can install malware. Update your computer’s security software, scan your computer, and delete anything it identifies as a problem. Restart your computer to be sure the changes take effect. Going forward, download security updates as soon as they are available. Most operating systems have a setting to download and install security updates automatically. Use it. And install updates for your other software, including apps. Scammers can be very persuasive. If you or someone you know have fallen victim to a scam make sure to report it to ftc.gov/complaint. Roseville Wildland Fire Preparedness With devastating fires burning in California communities, Roseville residents are asking what they should do to prepare, how our city is helping our neighbors affected by these fires, and how we plan and prepare for fire danger in Roseville. Let’s start with you - click here for more information 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
  6. August 1, 2018 Roseville Police Department Crime Log Look for an updated version of the RPD Crime Log. You can access the Crime Log by visiting roseville.ca.us/crimelog or by clicking on the graphic above to see the latest crime log. Fire Station 1 Dedication and Community Celebration You're invited to join the Fire Department for the Dedication and Community Celebration of Fire Station 1. Saturday, August 18 9 - 11:00 a.m. Fire Station 1- 80 Lincoln Street Fire Station 1 will be formally dedicated in Honor of Retired Fire Chief Carl Green during a ceremony at 9:00 a.m. Immediately following the dedication ceremony, the station will be open for the community to tour until 11:00 a.m. RSVP is not required. This is a free family-friendly community event, open to all. Police Citizens Academy - Register Today Want an inside look at how your local law enforcement agency operates? The Roseville Police Department is now accepting applications from Roseville community members for the Citizen's Police Awareness Academy. The academy runs for two weeks from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from September 17-27, 2018. Citizen's Police Awareness Academy provides community members with a behind-the-scenes look at police operations. The academy is broken into interactive and classroom sessions. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in live police patrol officer simulations and the emergency vehicle operations course. Additionally, they’ll be introduced to the concepts of community-oriented policing and problem solving, learn about volunteer opportunities, and will meet representatives from every unit within the department. Roseville's Citizen Police Academy is open to those who are at least 18 years old and who live or work in the Roseville area. For more information, please call or email Police Community Relations Analyst Melisa Ingram at (916)774-5057 / ingrammelisa@roseville.ca.us, or Click here to submit your application online. Space is limited and early registration is encouraged. Back-to-School It’s August and that means the start of another school year. With increased traffic around schools, drivers need to take precautions when children are present. Here are a few tips to remembers. When children are present, school zones require you to obey the posted 25mph or slower speed limit, regardless of the day of week or time of day. For example, if it's a Friday night at 10 pm and you are in a school zone when kids are present (maybe a football game or dance just ended), you are still required to adjust your speed to obey the slower school zone speed limit. When a school bus stops with its red lights flashing and/or its stop sign is raised, you must stop from either direction until all kids are safely across the street and the bus lights stop flashing (unless the school bus is stopped on the other side of a multilane or divided highway). Near high school campuses, bear in mind that a higher amount of the motorists are newly licensed teenage drivers who may not have as much driving know-how. Be careful at crosswalks. Now that school is in session it’s time to double check those intersections. Just when you think the coast is clear, a student may appear from nowhere and dart across the street. Make sure to make a full stop at stop signs. This will give you ample time to make sure the crosswalk is clear before proceeding. “...kids can be unpredictable.” We all know that kids can be unpredictable. Be especially careful in the school zone. Make sure that driving has your full attention. Put down that cell phone. There’s nothing more important than the safety of children. Summer Crime Trends Open garage door thefts The warm days of summer are upon us and with it comes an increase in home burglaries that occur from open garage doors. Often times these type of thefts can be prevented with a few precautions taken by homeowners. Close your garage door. It is not uncommon for homeowners to leave their garage door open while they are working outside. This may be convenient, but it is an open invitation to a burglar. Don’t leave your garage door opener in your car. If someone breaks into your car and steals your remote, he/she has an easy way into your home. Check to make sure the garage door is closed before going to bed. Close the garage door all the way down. You may be tempted to crack the door, especially on a hot evening. However, a criminal can easily slip under a partially opened door. Bicycle thefts The peak months for bicycle thefts occur June through August. You can take a few precautions to reduce the chances of becoming a victim. Keep your garage door closed and side door locked. 21% of bicycle thefts occur from garage burglaries. Always bring your bike inside at night. It may be a hassle, but many bikes are stolen at night. 15% of bicycle thefts occur from residential backyards. Write down the serial number of your bicycle. If possible, also take a picture of your bicycle. Both will be helpful if you have to file a stolen bicycle report. Park your bike with other bikes when you lock it up. Use a good-quality lock, so your bike will not be targeted first. Lock up your bikes even inside your garage, and be sure they are locked to some fixed point like a pipe or rafter. Once thieves gain access to your garage your bicycle and other valuables can be taken. 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
  7. May 17, 2018 Police Open House this Saturday The Police Department is opening the doors of police headquarters to the community! Join us from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 19, at 1051 Junction Blvd. Get a close up view of cool public safety vehicles and equipment, watch a K9 demo, tour the department and meet some of our community partners to learn about the resources they offer. Free and fun for the whole family. Future firefighter in your family? Last chance to sign them up for Roseville Fire Kids Camp. Roseville Fire Kids Camp is open for registration through May 18. Sign your future firefighter up for six fun and exciting days of learning all about the job of a firefighter. The camp runs June 18-23, 2018. Water safety, first aid, rescue practices, firefighting and fitness. It's about challenging yourself, teamwork, and making new friends. Open to children ages 11-14 years old. Open to Roseville residents and non-residents. Registration deadline is May 18, 2018. No late registrations will be accepted. To register for camp click here! Roseville Fire Department Open House June 2nd. Roseville Fire Department's next Open House will be at Fire Station 2 located at 1398 Junction Boulevard on Saturday, June 2nd from 9 AM - 11 AM. Roseville residents will get a chance to tour Fire Station 2, meet their local firefighters and get an up-close look at our fire engines and equipment. This is a free family event for all ages. Storytime with Miss Ros & Dispatcher Dena Bring your littles to Roseville's Downtown Library, 225 Taylor St. on Tuesday, May 22, from 10:30 to 11 a.m. for a special story time with Miss Roz and Roseville Police & Fire's Dispatcher Dena. The theme is safety, and Roz & Dena will read stories and talk about how and when kids can use 911 to get help. Suggested for age 5 and under; parent participation required. Roseville Fire Department's Life Jacket Loaner Program. Roseville Fire Department has a Life Jacket Loaner program where any member of your family can borrow a life jacket free of charge anytime Monday through Friday from 8 AM - 5 PM at 316 Vernon Street, Suite 480. For more information on Roseville Fire Department's Life Jacket Loaner program, please call Roseville Fire Department's Non-Emergency phone number at (916) 774-5800. Boating safety advocates recommend that all boaters and passengers not only have a life jacket, but wear it at all times while boating. To learn more about life jacket safety, visit the National Safe Boating Council's website by clicking here. Make your home fire safe by creating defensible space. Defensible Space is your property's front line defense against wildfire. Creating and maintaining defensible space around your home can dramatically increase your home’s chance of surviving a wildfire and improves the safety of firefighters defending your property. 100 feet of defensible space is required by law. To learn more, visit readyforwildfire.org. Worried about your teen's alcohol/drug use? Drop by and talk. 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 other 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. Drop in between 6 and 8 p.m. on May 17, May 31 or June 14. Interested in a job with Roseville PD? Let's get acquainted. Interested in a job with Roseville PD, soon or someday? We provide a couple of opportunities to work out with our recruiting team, ask questions and find out if we're the right agency for you. Run with Roseville PD: Second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 6:15 a.m. The next runs will be on May 23 and June 13. The meet-up locations vary, so email RunwithRosevillePD to get on the email notification list. Workout Wednesdays: First and third Wednesdays of the month, 5:30 p.m., a fun and challenging Crossfit-type workout at RPAL. Get to know a supportive group of current and aspiring RPDers and learn more about preparing yourself for a career in law enforcement. Email Shauna Brewer for more information. The next workouts will be June 6 and June 20. Police Digest What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's the latest police digest. For older digests, visit our 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
  8. May 3, 2018 Rev it up at the Police Department's Open House The Police Department is opening the doors of police headquarters to the community! Join us from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 19, at 1051 Junction Blvd. Get a close up view of our coolest vehicles and equipment, meet a K9 and watch the bomb squad guys in action. You can also tour the department and meet some of our community partners to learn about the resources they offer. Free and fun for the whole family. Future firefighter in your family? Sign them up for Roseville Fire Kids Camp. Roseville Fire Kids Camp is open for registration through May 18. Sign your future firefighter up for six fun and exciting days of learning all about the job of a firefighter. The camp runs June 18-23, 2018. Water safety, first aid, rescue practices, firefighting and fitness. It's about challenging yourself, teamwork, and making new friends. Open to children ages 11-14 years old. Open to Roseville residents and non-residents. Registration deadline is May 18, 2018. No late registrations will be accepted. To register for camp click here! Roseville Fire Department Open House June 2nd. Roseville Fire Department's next Open House will be at Fire Station 2 located at 1398 Junction Boulevard on Saturday, June 2nd from 9 AM - 11 AM. Roseville residents will get a chance to tour Fire Station 2, meet their local firefighters and get an up-close look at our fire engines and equipment. This is a free family event for all ages. Tips to share the road. Bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities to travel safely on the road as vehicles, so if you’re out for a drive and see a bicyclist on the street, slow down and make some room. If you’re cycling, be sure to travel safely and follow the rules of the road. Learn more helpful safety tips by clicking here. Worried about your teen's alcohol/drug use? Drop by and talk. 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 other 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. Drop in between 6 and 8 p.m. on Thursday May 3, May 17 or May 31. Interested in a job with Roseville PD? Let's get acquainted. Interested in a job with Roseville PD, soon or someday? We provide a couple of opportunities to work out with our recruiting team, ask questions and find out if we're the right agency for you. Run with Roseville PD: Second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 6:15 a.m., meet-up locations vary. The next runs will be on May 9 and May 23. Email RunwithRosevillePD to get on the email list. Workout Wednesdays: First Wednesday of the month, 5:30 p.m., a fun and challenging Crossfit-type workout at RPAL. Email Shauna Brewer for more information. The next workout will be June 6. Police Digest What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's the latest police digest, covering April 19-May 2. For older digests, visit our 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
  9. April 19, 2018 April 15-22 is National Volunteer Week This is National Volunteer Week, and we're so grateful for our volunteers! In the police department alone, our corps of around 50 volunteers work in every area of our department and provide many of our enhanced services, like vacation house checks, staffing for drug take-back days and providing extra patrol in our parks. They make Roseville a safer and more livable community. Take time this week to thank a volunteer! Take advantage of Earth Day by making your home fire safe. Research tells us that the majority of homes ignite during a wildfire as a result of embers or small flames. There are steps that homeowners can take to reduce the risk, with the most important efforts occurring on and immediately around the home. Learn what actions you can take to reduce your risk of loss by visiting the National Fire Protection Association's website by clicking here. Enjoy the outdoors, but protect your cars while you're away. Spring is here, and it's a lovely time to walk, cycle, play in our parks or watch a game. Just remember that as our trailhead and park lots fill up, they become prime hunting grounds for thieves. If you take some simple precautions, you're less likely to come back to a broken car window and theft of your valuables. Worried about your teen's alcohol/drug use? Drop in and talk. 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 other 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. Drop in between 6 and 8 p.m. Thursday, April 19 or week after next, May 3. Medication Take-Back April 28 The next countywide medication take back will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at several convenient drop-off sites in our area. Visit our website for locations. Interested in a job with Roseville PD? Let's get acquainted. Interested in a job with Roseville PD, soon or someday? We provide a couple of opportunities to work out with our recruiting team, ask questions and find out if we're the right agency for you. Run with Roseville PD: Second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 6:15 a.m., meet-up locations vary. Email RunwithRosevillePD to get on the email list. Workout Wednesdays: First Wednesday of the month, 5:30 p.m., a fun and challenging Crossfit-type workout at RPAL. Email Shauna Brewer for more information. Police Digest What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's the latest police digest, covering April 13-19. For older digests, visit our website. Save the date! The next Police Department Open House will be Saturday, May 19, 9 a.m. to noon. 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
  10. Enjoy the outdoors, but protect your cars while you're away. Spring is here, and it's a lovely time to walk, cycle, play in our parks or watch a game. Just remember that as our trailhead and park lots fill up, they become prime hunting grounds for thieves. If you take some simple precautions, you're less likely to come back to a broken car window and theft of your valuables. Free Drop-in Clinic for Parents/Guardians of Teens 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 other 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. Drop in between 6 and 8 p.m. Thursday, April 19. In every vehicle buckle up every trip, every time. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, one of the safest choices drivers and passengers can make is to buckle up. In 2015, seat belt use in passenger vehicles saved an estimated 13,941 lives. Understand the potentially fatal consequences of not wearing a seat belt and learn what you can do to make sure you and your family are properly buckled up every time. To learn more about seat belt safety, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's website by clicking here. Medication Take-Back April 28 The next countywide medication take back will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at several convenient drop-off sites in our area. Visit our website for locations. Police Digest What's been happening in your neighborhood? Here's the latest police digest, covering April 4-13. For older digests, visit our 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
  11. March 28, 2018 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. Help keep our kids and our schools safe. Concerned about recent gun threats and safety issues on school campuses? Here's how parents and guardians can improve safety for our kids and our campuses. Union Pacific Siren Testing - April 2 at 12 p.m. Union Pacific Railroad, in coordination with the Roseville Fire Department, will be testing the Emergency Notification System at the J.R. Davis Yard on Monday, April 2. Residents that are in the vicinity of the railyard may hear the emergency notification broadcast testing which will happen at 12 p.m. (noon). These routine tests are coordinated to ensure the functionality of the system. For more information, please visit our website. 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 other 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. The next two drop-in sessions will be on April 5 and April 19. 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. Workout Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. on the 1st Wednesday of the month at the Roseville Police Activities League. The next one will be April 4. Run with Roseville PD, 6:15 a.m. on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. Meet-up locations vary. The next one will be April 11. For more information and to get on our email notification list for these activities, visit our website. 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. 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. 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. Are your smoke alarms properly installed and maintained? 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 here. 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. Mark your calendars--the police department open house is on May 19! Mark your calendar for the Roseville Police Department's Open House, 9 to noon Saturday, May 19. See vehicle and equipment displays, tour the station and watch the K9s and other special teams show off their skills. Free and fun for the whole family. 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
  12. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Are your smoke alarms properly installed and maintained? 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. 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. 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
  13. February 1, 2018 Fire Station Open House this Saturday, February 3rd Join us on Saturday, February 3, from 9:00 am - 11:00 am, as we open the doors to Roseville Fire Station 4 (1900 Eureka Road) for a Fire Station Open House! Families are invited to come and tour the fire station, ask the firefighters questions, and see firefighting equipment. This is a free, fun family event! Tell us which city services matter most to you in a Community Conversation as part of the City's EngageRoseville effort. It comes as a surprise to many people that the city of Roseville is facing budget challenges. As the City’s expenses grow faster than revenues, we have some tough choices. Please join us Monday, February 26 at the Maidu Community Center to discuss city services with your neighbors and the city. The focus of the evening will be public safety, parks, recreation, and libraries. Free pre-registration is required. For more information and a link to register, visit the City's website. 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. Stay informed during Flu season. The Center for Disease Control recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone 6 months of age and older as the first and most important step in protecting against this serious disease. In addition to getting a seasonal flu vaccine, you can take everyday preventative actions like staying away from sick people and washing your hands to reduce the spread of germs. If you are sick with the flu, stay home from work or school to prevent spreading flu to others. In addition, there are prescription medications called antiviral drugs that can be used to treat influenza illness. For more information on flu season safety, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website by clicking here. Lost money to a scam via Western Union? You might qualify for a refund. Claim deadline extended to May 31. 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. Some types of scams that were facilitated by Western Union wire transfers: --Online purchase scams--you paid via Western Union and never got the items you purchased. --Lottery or prize scams, where the scammer had you wire money to them via Western Union for "taxes" or "fees" before you got your winnings, which you never received. --"Grandparent" scams, where someone called you pretending to be a relative in trouble, and tricked you into wiring them money via Western Union. --Online dating scams, where someone struck up an online "romance" and tricked you into wiring them money via Western Union. 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. Make and practice a fire escape plan. Your ability to get out depends on advanced warning from smoke alarms and advanced planning. Fire can spread rapidly through your home, leaving you as little as one or two minutes to escape safely once the alarm sounds. A closed door may slow the spread of smoke, heat and fire. Install smoke alarms in every sleeping room and outside each separate sleeping area. Install alarms on every level of the home. Smoke alarms should be interconnected. When one sounds, they all sound. Pull together everyone in your household and make a plan. To learn how to create your family's fire escape plan, visit the National Fire Protection Association's website but clicking here. 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
  14. January 22, 2018 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. Protect your mail! We've seen an increase in mailbox break-ins recently. Let's send would-be mail thieves away empty-handed, by not leaving mail in the boxes overnight or extended periods of time. It's tax season, and tax forms with sensitive financial information are being mailed. Thieves look for such documents to steal your identity and commit fraud. Make it a habit to empty your mailbox every day, as soon as possible after delivery. Never let mail, whether incoming or outgoing, sit in the mailbox overnight. If you're going out of town, stop your service and have the post office hold your mail until you return. When you're mailing checks, financial information or tax returns, we recommend handing your mail to the carrier or taking it to the post office for mailing. Call police immediately if you see someone tampering with or prying a mailbox. Call 911 to report a crime in progress, or (916)774-5000 ext. 1 to report something after the fact. Join us for Coffee with a Cop Join us for our next Coffee with a Cop! This is an informal get-together when you can drop by, enjoy a beverage and visit with your local police officers and neighbors. Ask any law-enforcement-related questions you may have, raise concerns, or just say hi. All ages are welcome. Our next Coffee with a Cop is on Saturday, January 27 from 9 to 11 a.m. at Peet's, 1200 Cirby Way (in the Bel Air center at Sunrise & Cirby). All-City Neighborhood Watch Meeting All Neighborhood Watch block captains and those interested in starting or revitalizing a Neighborhood Watch group are invited to an informational meeting on Tuesday, January 30 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Roseville Police Department's Mark White Community Room. You'll meet Roseville Police Chief Jim Maccoun, get an overview of crime trends in Roseville in 2017, and learn what to watch for in 2018. Active neighborhood watch block captains will have a chance to share what's going on in their neighborhood watch groups, and new people will find how to start a group. RSVPs are appreciated but not required--call Police Community Services, (916)774-5050, or email PDCommunityServices@roseville.ca.us. Refunds to some scam victims--deadline to file approaching. 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 is February 12, 2018. You must have lost the money to a scam via a Western Union wire transfer between January 1, 2004 and January 19, 2017. Some types of scams that were facilitated by Western Union wire transfers: --Online purchase scams--you paid via Western Union and never got the items you purchased. --Lottery or prize scams, where the scammer had you wire money to them via Western Union for "taxes" or "fees" before you got your winnings, which you never received. --"Grandparent" scams, where someone called you pretending to be a relative in trouble, and tricked you into wiring them money via Western Union. --Online dating scams, where someone struck up an online "romance" and tricked you into wiring them money via Western Union. 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. Save the Date - Fire Station Open House on February 3rd Join us on Saturday, February 3, from 9:00 am - 11:00 am, as we open the doors to Roseville Fire Station 4 (1900 Eureka Road) for a Fire Station Open House! Families are invited to come and tour the fire station, ask the firefighters questions, and see firefighting equipment. This is a fun family event! Make and practice a fire escape plan. Your ability to get out depends on advanced warning from smoke alarms and advanced planning. Fire can spread rapidly through your home, leaving you as little as one or two minutes to escape safely once the alarm sounds. A closed door may slow the spread of smoke, heat and fire. Install smoke alarms in every sleeping room and outside each separate sleeping area. Install alarms on every level of the home. Smoke alarms should be interconnected. When one sounds, they all sound. Pull together everyone in your household and make a plan. To learn how to create your family's fire escape plan, visit the National Fire Protection Association's website but clicking here. 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
  15. December 22, 2017 Happy holidays from your police and fire departments! As we reflect back on 2017, we count our blessings to serve such a supportive and involved community. We thank you for your support, for your active involvement in keeping your homes and neighborhoods safe, and generously serving our community in so many ways. We wish you all safe and happy holidays, and look forward to seeing you in 2018. 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. Run with Roseville PD on December 27 Join us for a run, burn off some holiday calories and get to know our #RPDStrong recruiting team! We're meeting at 6:15 a.m. on Wednesday, December 27, at the corner of Oak Street and Lincoln Street for a trail run. If you're interested in a career in law enforcement, this is a chance to get to know us, and for us to get to know you. Don't worry if you're not in elite running condition--we'll scale the run for all running abilities. Don't forget your hat and gloves. We usually do these runs on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. Celebrate the new year responsibly--don't drive drunk. Roseville Police officers are watching for DUI drivers. It's the season of holiday parties, and we want to see you all safe in 2018. That's why the Roseville Police Department will have extra DUI enforcement officers out on the weekends throughout the holiday season. DUI doesn't just mean booze. You can also be arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana or impairing prescription drugs. Don't risk it--designate a driver or call a sober friend or a taxi/ride service for a safe ride home. Be a DUI spotter. See a drunk driver/erratic driver? Call 911. An officer will respond and check it out. Safely heat your home this season. Heating equipment is a leading cause of home fire deaths. Half of home heating equipment fires are reported during the months of December, January, and February. Stay safe and visit the National Fire Protection Association's website by clicking here to learn how you can prevent most heating-related fires from happening. Alzheimer's Workshop: Know the 10 warning signs Join us for a free workshop on January 18 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Roseville Police Department. You'll learn about the ten warning signs of Alzheimer's disease. Learn what is involved in getting a diagnosis, risks associated with Alzheimer's, and the benefits of early detection. Preregistration is requested by calling the Alzheimer's Association, 800-272-3900, or emailing ivilleda@alz.org. This workshop is provided through a partnership with the Alzheimer's Association and the Roseville Police Department Social Services Unit. 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
  16. November 21, 2017 Staying safe in the kitchen during the season of feasts. 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. Hitting the stores on Black Friday weekend? So are we! Roseville Police officers will be out in force in retail areas, both uniformed and undercover, to help keep your shopping experience safe. Here are a few tips to avoid problems. 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. Celebrate responsibly--don't drive drunk. We're deploying extra DUI patrols. It's the season of holiday parties, and we want to see you all safe in 2018. That's why the Roseville Police Department will have extra DUI enforcement officers out on the weekends throughout the holiday season. DUI doesn't just mean booze. You can also be arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana or impairing prescription drugs. Don't risk it--designate a driver or call a sober friend or a taxi/ride service for a safe ride home. Be a DUI spotter. See a drunk driver/erratic driver? Call 911. An officer will respond and check it out. Kids in the Kitchen. Do your kids like helping out in the kitchen and cooking up tasty snacks for your friends and family? Preparing yummy treats can be lots of fun, but it's important that kids who like to cook know how to be safe in the kitchen. These tips can help you figure out which tasks they're old enough to do on their own as well as tasks they may need your assistance with. Kids 3-5 can: Get ingredients out of the refrigerator Measure and mix ingredients together in a bowl Wash fruits and vegetables off under cold water Kids 6-8 can: Open Packages Set the table Peel vegetables Kids 9-12 can: Open Cans Make a salad Help plan the meal Kids 14 and over can: Drain cooked pasta into a colander Heat food up in the microwave without adult present Take tray of food out of the oven. For the full list of age appropriate ways that your kid can assist you in the kitchen, visit the National Fire Protection's website by clicking here. 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
  17. November 9, 2017 It's time to brush up on rainy-season driving skills. 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 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 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. 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. 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. 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
  18. October 5, 2017 Fireworks at Oakmont HS Friday night Oakmont High School is celebrating homecoming this weekend! Their festivities include a fireworks show at halftime of the football game Friday night (October 6), at about 8:30 p.m. If you live in the area and enjoy fireworks, feel free to get out the lawn chairs and enjoy the show. If your pets aren't fans of the noise, please secure them inside the house before the show starts. We wish the Oakmont Vikings a fun, safe homecoming weekend! Fire Station 1 Open House this Saturday Join us on Saturday, October 7, between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. at Fire Station 1 (401 Oak Street) for an Open House. Families are invited to come and tour the fire station, ask the firefighters questions, and see firefighting equipment. This is a free event and plenty of parking is available in the parking garage across the street from the station. As part of the EngageRoseville effort, the next Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) meeting is 6 p.m., Wednesday, October 11 at the Martha Riley Library. All CPAC meetings are open to the public. At this meeting, the volunteer Committee will hear a presentation by Fire Chief Rick Bartee about the services provided by the Roseville Fire Department. The advance materials for the meeting can be viewed here. Make your voice heard on the prioritization of city services through quick and easy surveys by signing up for FlashVote. As a reminder if you are unable to attend, the meetings are available for viewing live or on demand beginning the following day. Find out more about EngageRoseville Your latest police digest. What's been happening in your area recently? Here's our latest police digest --a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by neighborhood area. If you want to read older digests, visit our website, www.roseville.ca.us/police. The most recent digests are on the main page, and you can see older ones by scrolling all the way down to the archived items. If you want to see a more complete map or list of non-confidential crimes reported in your neighborhood, visit www.crimemapping.com. Fire Prevention Week. “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!” That’s the theme for #FirePreventionWeek, October 8-14, 2017. In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between residents of our community escaping safely from a fire or having their lives end in tragedy. Create a home escape plan with all members of your household today! To learn more, visit the National Fire Protection Association's website by clicking here. Medication take-back on Oct. 28. In an effort to keep our kids and water drug-free, a free medication take-back event will take place at 11 locations throughout western Placer County on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Click here for locations and more: http://goo.gl/e8XQyz Mark your calendar October 17, 6:30 p.m. Safety/preventing sexual exploitation workshop for teens ages 12-17 by Stand Up Placer & Placer Office of Education at the Seavey Center, 655 Menlo Drive, Rocklin. Free, no adults please. RSVP at (530)886-5432. October 18, 10-11:30 a.m. Effective Communication workshop for families coping with Alzheimer's, at the Roseville Police Department. Free, to register call (800) 272-3900. October 26, 6 p.m., Cyberbullying and social media, free presentation by Roseville PD for parents and the community, Oakmont High School theater. 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
  19. September 27, 2017 As part of the EngageRoseville effort, the next Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) meeting is 6 p.m., Wednesday, September 27 at the Martha Riley Library. All CPAC meetings are open to the public. At this meeting, the volunteer Committee will discuss prioritizing service levels within the Roseville Police Department based on the presentation from Police Chief Jim Maccoun given on September 13. You can watch Chief Maccoun's presentation here. Make your voice heard on the prioritization of city services through quick and easy surveys by signing up for FlashVote. As a reminder if you are unable to attend, the meetings are available for viewing live or on demand beginning the following day. Find out more about EngageRoseville Your latest police digest. What's been happening in your area recently? Here's our latest police digest --a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by neighborhood area. If you want to read older digests, visit our website, www.roseville.ca.us/police. The most recent digests are on the main page, and you can see older ones by scrolling all the way down to the archived items. If you want to see a more complete map or list of non-confidential crimes reported in your neighborhood, visit www.crimemapping.com. Police Chief Maccoun on podcast. Do you want to hear more about how Roseville PD keeps us all safe? Listen to Police Chief Jim Maccoun discuss the services provided by the Roseville Police Department in episode 4 of our city audio podcast, Roseville Connections. On iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/city-of-roseville-ca-connections/id1263545621 On Google Play - https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Isyyhrjj375aaqtsc7jeodrlbo4 On SoundCloud - ow.ly/wVDs30fbx2A Union Pacific testing sirens Monday Union Pacific, in coordination with the Roseville Fire Department, will be testing the Emergency Notification System at the J.R. Davis Yard on Monday, October 2, at noon.. Residents that are in the vicinity of the railyard may hear the emergency notification broadcast testing. These routine tests of the system are coordinated to ensure functionality and offer a training opportunity between railroad professionals and local first responders. The tests will occur the first Monday of every quarter at noon,. and consist of an approximately 1 minute test sequence. For 2018 the tests will occur on: - Monday, January 1, 2018 - Monday, April 2, 2018 - Monday, July 2, 2018 - Monday, October 1, 2018 Union Pacific and the City of Roseville have always shared a unique and long-standing relationship, and the safety of our community’s residents is a top priority for both agencies. Oct. 4 is National Coffee with a Cop Day Join us between 9 and 11 a.m. Wednesday, October 4, at the Starbucks inside Target, 1925 Douglas Blvd., for Coffee with a Cop. This is an informal, unscripted time to enjoy a complimentary cup of coffee and meet your neighborhood police officers and other police staff. This is also the 2nd National Coffee with a Cop Day! Law enforcement agencies throughout the country will be breaking down the barriers between police and the communities they serve over a friendly cup of joe. Bring your questions and concerns, or just drop by and say hello. All ages welcome. Fire Station 1 Open House Join us on Saturday, October 7, between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. at Fire Station 1 (401 Oak Street) for an Open House. Families are invited to come and tour the fire station, ask the firefighters questions, and see firefighting equipment. This is a free event and plenty of parking is available in the parking garage across the street from the station. Medication take-back on Oct. 28. In an effort to keep our kids and water drug-free, a free medication take-back event will take place at 11 locations throughout western Placer County on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Click here for locations and more: http://goo.gl/e8XQyz 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
  20. September 22, 2017 Bring your bicycle and helmet to Roseville's free family bike safety event! 9 a.m - Noon Saturday, September 23 Mahany Park Free Bring your bicycle and helmet to Roseville's annual free family bike safety event. Kids will enjoy bike obstacle courses and riding demonstrations. Get in gear for the school year and be sure your children are riding safely. Learn more. Fireworks show at RHS this Friday. This Friday, September 22, between approximately 8:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m., Roseville High School will be setting off a fireworks display during their homecoming football game. If you live near the school and enjoy fireworks, go outside and enjoy! If your pets don't love fireworks, be sure to put them in a safe and secure place before the show starts. Your latest police digest. What's been happening in your area recently? Here's our latest police digest --a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by neighborhood area. If you want to read older digests, visit our website, www.roseville.ca.us/police. The most recent digests are on the main page, and you can see older ones by scrolling all the way down to the archived items. If you want to see a more complete map or list of non-confidential crimes reported in your neighborhood, visit www.crimemapping.com. Police Chief Maccoun on podcast. Do you want to hear more about how Roseville PD keeps us all safe? Listen to Police Chief Jim Maccoun discuss the services provided by the Roseville Police Department in episode 4 of our city audio podcast, Roseville Connections. On iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/city-of-roseville-ca-connections/id1263545621 On Google Play - https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Isyyhrjj375aaqtsc7jeodrlbo4 On SoundCloud - ow.ly/wVDs30fbx2A Union Pacific Siren Testing- October 2 at 12:00 p.m. Union Pacific, in coordination with the Roseville Fire Department, will be testing the Emergency Notification System at the J.R. Davis Yard on Monday, October 2, at 12:00 p.m. Residents that are in the vicinity of the railyard may hear the emergency notification broadcast testing which will happen at 12:00 p.m. (noon). These routine tests of the system are coordinated to ensure functionality and offer a training opportunity between railroad professionals and local first responders. The tests will occur the first Monday of every quarter at 12:00 p.m. and consist of an approximately 1 minute test sequence. For 2018 the tests will occur on: - Monday, January 1, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. - Monday, April 2, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. - Monday, July 2, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. - Monday, October 1, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. Union Pacific and the City of Roseville have always shared a unique and long-standing relationship, and the safety of our community’s residents is a top priority for both agencies. Oct.4 is National Coffee with a Cop Day Join us between 9 and 11 a.m. Wednesday, October 4, at the Starbucks inside Target, 1925 Douglas Blvd., for Coffee with a Cop. This is an informal, unscripted time to enjoy a complimentary cup of coffee and meet your neighborhood police officers and other police staff. This is also the 2nd National Coffee with a Cop Day! Law enforcement agencies throughout the country will be breaking down the barriers between police and the communities they serve over a friendly cup of joe. Bring your questions and concerns, or just drop by and say hello. All ages welcome. Fire Station 1 Open House Join us on Saturday, October 7, between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. at Fire Station 1 (401 Oak Street) for an Open House. Families are invited to come and tour the fire station, ask the firefighters questions, and see firefighting equipment. This is a free event and plenty of parking is available in the parking garage across the street from the station. Medication take-back on Oct. 28. In an effort to keep our kids and water drug-free, a free medication take-back event will take place at 11 locations throughout western Placer County on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Click here for locations and more: http://goo.gl/e8XQyz 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
  21. September 8, 2017 Police Chief Maccoun presenting at: Engage Roseville is a community effort to involve residents, businesses, and others who have a stake in Roseville’s quality of life, in prioritizing city services and developing options to align service levels with revenues. The Roseville City Council approved formation of a volunteer Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) as one of several comprehensive activities to ensure direct and meaningful community participation in reviewing levels of City-provided services. The next Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) meeting is Wednesday, September 13 at 6 p.m. at the Martha Riley Library. All CPAC meetings are open to the public. Police Chief Jim Maccoun will be there to present information about the Roseville Police Department's services and budget. As a reminder if you are unable to attend, the meetings are available for viewing live or on demand beginning the following day. Find out more about Engage Roseville Your latest police digest. What's been happening in your area recently? Here's our latest police digest --a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by neighborhood area. If you want to read older digests, visit our website, www.roseville.ca.us/police. The most recent digests are on the main page, and you can see older ones by scrolling all the way down to the archived items. If you want to see a more complete map or list of non-confidential crimes reported in your neighborhood, visit www.crimemapping.com. Openings available in next Citizen's Police Academy. We're still accepting applications for our next Citizen's Police Academy, which will run from 9 to noon, September 18-21 and September 25-28 at the Roseville Police Department. Get an insider's view of the Roseville Police Department. Participants will get a chance to role-play realistic incidents that police officers face, and to take a ride on our emergency driving course. Must be at least 18 and live or work in Roseville. Follow this link for more information and to apply. Bring your bicycle and helmet to Roseville's free family bike safety event! 9 a.m - Noon Saturday, September 23 Mahany Park Free Bring your bicycle and helmet to Roseville's annual free family bike safety event. Kids will enjoy bike obstacle courses and riding demonstrations. Get in gear for the school year and be sure your children are riding safely. Learn more. Have a fire escape plan in place. Having a fire escape plan in place can make the difference between life and death. Know two ways out of each room and have your family create a family meeting place outside your home. For more information on creating a fire escape plan, please visit the National Fire Protection Association's website by clicking here. Free life jacket loaner program. If you are heading to a lake or river and need a life jacket, the Roseville Fire Department is a life jacket loaner location. Everyone in your family should be wearing a life jacket both in and around the water. You can stop by our administration building (316 Vernon Street #480) Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and check out a life jacket for any member of your family free of charge. 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
  22. August 25, 2017 Your latest police digest. What's been happening in your area recently? Here's our latest police digest --a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by neighborhood area. If you want to read older digests, visit our website, www.roseville.ca.us/police. The most recent digests are on the main page, and you can see older ones by scrolling all the way down to the archived items. If you want to see a more complete map or list of non-confidential crimes reported in your neighborhood, visit www.crimemapping.com. Join us for Coffee with a Cop. Drop by Peet's in the Nugget Center (731 Pleasant Grove Blvd.) anytime between 9 and 11 a.m. Friday, September 1 for Coffee with a Cop! This is a casual, unscripted time for you to meet your local officers and other police employees, ask questions, raise concerns or just say hi. Hope to see you there. Got eye rolls? Take the Parent Project. Parents, start the school year on a new path with your teen--register for our next Parent Project course, brought to you by the Roseville Police Department Social Services Unit. You'll learn how to never argue with your child again, how to prevent or intervene in substance abuse, how to improve school attendance and performance, and how to find local resources to help your family. The 10-session course facilitated by RPD's certified instructors runs Wednesday nights from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. from September 13 through November 5. Pre-registration is required, and there is a $25 materials fee. To register, call Traci West at (916)746-1081 or email twest@roseville.ca.us. Apply now for Citizen's Police Academy. We're now accepting applications for our next Citizen's Police Academy, which will run from 9 to noon, September 18-21 and September 25-28 at the Roseville Police Department. Get an insider's view of the Roseville Police Department. Participants will get a chance to role-play realistic incidents that police officers face, and to take a ride on our emergency driving course. Must be at least 18 and live or work in Roseville. Follow this link for more information and to apply. College fire safety. College students living away from home should take a few minutes to make sure they are living in a fire-safe environment. Educating students on what they can do to stay safe during the school year is important and often overlooked. To learn about college fire safety, visit the National Fire Protection Association's website by clicking here. Free life jacket loaner program. If you are heading to a lake or river and need a life jacket, the Roseville Fire Department is a life jacket loaner location. Everyone in your family should be wearing a life jacket both in and around the water. You can stop by our administration building (316 Vernon Street #480) Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and check out a life jacket for any member of your family free of charge. 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
  23. August 4, 2017 Visit Fire Station 3 Saturday morning! Join us on Saturday, August 5, from 9:00 am - 11:00 am as we open the doors to Roseville Fire Station 3 (1300 Cirby Way) for a Fire Station Open House! Families are invited to come and tour the fire station, ask the firefighters questions, and see firefighting equipment. This is a fun and free family friendly event. Your latest police digest. What's been happening in your area recently? Here's our latest police digest --a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by neighborhood area. If you want to read older digests, visit our website, www.roseville.ca.us/police. The most recent digests are on the main page, and you can see older ones by scrolling all the way down to the archived items. If you want to see a more complete map or list of non-confidential crimes reported in your neighborhood, visit www.crimemapping.com. Apply now for Citizen's Police Academy. We're now accepting applications for our next Citizen's Police Academy, which will run from 9 to noon, September 18-21 and September 25-28. Get an insider's view of the Roseville Police Department. Participants will get a chance to role-play realistic incidents that police officers face, and to take a ride on our emergency driving course. Must be at least 18 and live or work in Roseville. Follow this link for more information and to apply. One Less Spark, One Less Wildfire. It is your responsibility to prevent wildfire. According to Cal Fire, 95 % of wildfires are caused by people. Be fire safe while working or having fun outdoors. Use powered outdoor equipment before 10 AM, never when it’s windy or excessively hot. Make sure campfires are completely out before leaving. Keep your vehicle maintained with nothing dragging on the ground. Learn how to take the proper precautions when using outdoor equipment, burning debris, camping and more by visiting readyforwildfire.org. Free life jacket loaner program. If you are heading to a lake or river and need a life jacket, the Roseville Fire Department is a life jacket loaner location. Everyone in your family should be wearing a life jacket both in and around the water. You can stop by our administration building (316 Vernon Street #480) Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and check out a life jacket for any member of your family free of charge. 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 Unsubscribe/Update profile This email was sent to loren_cook@surewest.net using GovDelivery Communications Cloud on behalf of: City of Roseville · 311 Vernon St. Roseville · CA 95678
  24. July 28, 2017 See you Tuesday night at National Night Out! This Tuesday, August 1, is National Night Out. This year 39 Roseville neighborhood associations and watch groups are hosting events, the most ever. Roseville City Council members, police and fire personnel and other city staff will be making the rounds and visiting. Contact your neighborhood association or block captain to find out where the party is in your area. Roseville announces next police chief. July 26, 2017—Roseville City Manager Rob Jensen announced today the appointment of Jim Maccoun as the city’s next police chief. Maccoun, who has served as Roseville’s assistant police chief since 2014, will assume leadership of the Roseville Police Department in mid-August. He succeeds Daniel Hahn, who is leaving Roseville around that time to become the next chief of police for the City of Sacramento. Visit our website for more information about our next chief. Your latest police digest. What's been happening in your area recently? Here's our latest police digest for--a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by neighborhood area. If you want to read older digests, visit our website, www.roseville.ca.us/police. The most recent digests are on the main page, and you can see older ones by scrolling all the way down to the archived items. If you want to see a more complete map or list of non-confidential crimes reported in your neighborhood, visit www.crimemapping.com. Fire Station Open House. Roseville residents will get a chance to tour Fire Station 3, meet their local firefighters from the Roseville Fire Department, and get an up-close look at our fire engines. Please feel free to arrive anytime between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. If you have any questions, please contact Roseville Fire Department's Public Education Coordinator Kara Garrett at (916) 774-5826. We look forward to meeting you! Roseville officers now carrying life-saving drug for opioid overdoses. In order to save more lives, Roseville officers are now carrying naloxone, a life-saving drug for people suffering from an opioid overdose. The kits were provided through a partnership with the Placer Nevada County Medical Society. Read on for more information. Make your home fire safe by creating defensible space. Defensible Space is your property's front line defense against wildfire. Creating and maintaining defensible space around your home can dramatically increase your home’s chance of surviving a wildfire and improves the safety of firefighters defending your property. To learn more, visit readyforwildfire.org. Free life jacket loaner program. If you are heading to a lake or river and need a life jacket, the Roseville Fire Department is a life jacket loaner location. You can stop by our administration building (316 Vernon Street #480) Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and check out a life jacket for any member of your family free of charge. Traveling? We offer free vacation house checks. Summer travel plans? Did you know that our volunteer Citizens on Patrol offer free vacation house checks? While they aren't a substitute for a house sitter and good neighbors keeping an eye out, they can offer additional peace of mind. They require at least a week's notice before your departure. Visit our website for more information and the request form. Swimming safety tips. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 – 4 years old. Children 1 – 4 years old are more likely to drown in a pool. Children 5 years and older are more likely to drown in natural water, such as ponds, lakes and rivers. It is also important to remember that while you are at a water park, if your child is in the water, you should be too. A lifeguard is not a babysitter and is only there for emergencies. Basic swimming safety tips: Take the time to learn CPR. Actively supervise children. Educate your kids about swimming safety. Do not rely on swimming aids such as water wings or pool noodles. For more tips on swimming safety and more, please visit Safe Kids Worldwide's website by clicking here. 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
  25. July 26, 2017 Roseville announces next police chief. July 26, 2017—Roseville City Manager Rob Jensen announced today the appointment of Jim Maccoun as the city’s next police chief. Maccoun, who has served as Roseville’s assistant police chief since 2014, will assume leadership of the Roseville Police Department in mid-August. He succeeds Daniel Hahn, who is leaving Roseville around that time to become the next chief of police for the City of Sacramento. Visit our website for more information about our next chief. Your latest police digest. What's been happening in your area recently? Here's our latest police digest for--a selection of crime reports and police activity, sorted by neighborhood area. If you want to read older digests, visit our website, www.roseville.ca.us/police. The most recent digests are on the main page, and you can see older ones by scrolling all the way down to the archived items. If you want to see a more complete map or list of non-confidential crimes reported in your neighborhood, visit www.crimemapping.com. Fire Station Open House. Roseville residents will get a chance to tour Fire Station 3, meet their local firefighters from the Roseville Fire Department, and get an up-close look at our fire engines. Please feel free to arrive anytime between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. If you have any questions, please contact Roseville Fire Department's Public Education Coordinator Kara Garrett at (916) 774-5826. We look forward to meeting you! Roseville officers now carrying life-saving drug for opioid overdoses. In order to save more lives, Roseville officers are now carrying naloxone, a life-saving drug for people suffering from an opioid overdose. The kits were provided through a partnership with the Placer Nevada County Medical Society. Read on for more information. Make your home fire safe by creating defensible space. Defensible Space is your property's front line defense against wildfire. Creating and maintaining defensible space around your home can dramatically increase your home’s chance of surviving a wildfire and improves the safety of firefighters defending your property. To learn more, visit readyforwildfire.org. Free life jacket loaner program. If you are heading to a lake or river and need a life jacket, the Roseville Fire Department is a life jacket loaner location. You can stop by our administration building (316 Vernon Street #480) Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and check out a life jacket for any member of your family free of charge. Traveling? We offer free vacation house checks. Summer travel plans? Did you know that our volunteer Citizens on Patrol offer free vacation house checks? While they aren't a substitute for a house sitter and good neighbors keeping an eye out, they can offer additional peace of mind. They require at least a week's notice before your departure. Visit our website for more information and the request form. Swimming safety tips. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 – 4 years old. Children 1 – 4 years old are more likely to drown in a pool. Children 5 years and older are more likely to drown in natural water, such as ponds, lakes and rivers. It is also important to remember that while you are at a water park, if your child is in the water, you should be too. A lifeguard is not a babysitter and is only there for emergencies. Basic swimming safety tips: Take the time to learn CPR. Actively supervise children. Educate your kids about swimming safety. Do not rely on swimming aids such as water wings or pool noodles. For more tips on swimming safety and more, please visit Safe Kids Worldwide's website by clicking here. 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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The Purpose of RCONA

·         To raise the level of community participation by citizens for improving and maintaining the quality of life within the City of Roseville.

·         To work with neighborhood associations in resolving social, physical and economic problems within a neighborhood, and deal with other important neighborhood issues.

·         To facilitate communications within and between neighborhoods.

·         To provide instruction and support to neighborhood association leader.

·         To pursue funds from all sources for use in the community and neighborhoods.

·         Revitalize inactive neighborhoods.

·         Organize the residents, property owners, organizations and businesses within each area into a neighborhood association.

·         Bring all neighborhoods together in a coalition of associations.

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