|California:Last Updated Wed Jan 4 16:27:21 2017|
||* Redlands Police Department|
The Redlands Police Department strives to provide excellent customer service to our citizens during every interaction with them. We recognize that while an individual's experience with us may be just one in a large number of contacts we have on any given day, to that individual it is an important, significant event. We will endeavor to treat each person's problem or concern as serious and worthy of our time and effort and demonstrate a compassionate, empathetic demeanor.
Added [ California ] 2008/08/17 18:54:16
||Orange County Sheriff- Coroner Department|
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department today is a highly professional organization, which not only continues in its traditional role of crime suppression, but also has expanded into the area of crime prevention. At the Orange County Sheriff’s Department you can see the spirit of adventure and the same courage as the early settler had. Orange County is a place where dreams have become a reality.
Added [ California ] 2008/04/23 03:31:52
||* Greenfield Police Department, CA|
The Greenfield Police Department provides general law enforcement and emergency services to the Greenfield community. The Greenfield Police Department will protect the public peace, safeguard lives and property, the rights of individuals and groups, and the security and freedom of our community.
Added [ California ] 2008/02/07 11:57:36
||* DISSOLVED - Half Moon Bay Police Department|
On June 12, 2011, the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office began providing all inclusive law enforcement services under contract for the City of Half Moon Bay.
Added [ California ] 2008/02/07 21:55:20
||* St. Helena Police Department|
The St. Helena Police Department consists of 13 sworn officers including the Chief of Police, four dispatchers, and two Community Service Officers. We serve a population of 6100 and cover an area of approximately four square miles.
Added [ California ] 2008/02/07 23:38:32
||* Santa Cruz Police Department|
Major goals of the Department are to reduce
crime, and the perception of crime and fear through a commitment to
Department-wide Community-Oriented Policing and Problem-Solving.
This includes the prevention of crime and the detection and apprehension
of offenders; traffic law enforcement, accident prevention and accident
investigation; public safety through regulation and control of
hazardous conditions; the recovery and return of lost and stolen property;
and to provide non-enforcement services reflecting
community needs and desires.
Added [ California ] 2008/02/09 01:29:21
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