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Roseville Police Department Crime Log

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


Fireworks safety tips.

The safest way to view fireworks this 4th of July is by watching a show put on by professionals. 

If you choose to use Safe and Sane fireworks at your home, here are some safety tips to follow. 

  sAFE AND SANE

Thank you.

Thank you

Thank you to the many community members who joined us in honoring Sacramento Police Officer Tara O'Sullivan last Thursday.  

Photo credit: Oak Studio Photography and Design Instagram: oak_img


Don’t leave valuables in your vehicle

Veh burg

Did you know up to a quarter of thefts from vehicles nationally are from unlocked cars?

The weather outside is heating up and so are the number of burglaries from vehicles.  I’m sure you have heard this saying before, “Don’t leave valuables in your car.”  So, do you actually follow this rule?  For those that don’t, you might find yourself a victim of a vehicle burglary. Here are some tips to help avoid becoming a victim.


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