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Roseville Public Safety and Neighborhood News - October 3, 2019

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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


Fire Prevention Week is October 6-12, plan and practice your escape plan

Know your escape plan

Help Roseville Police “Keep Watch” for crime

Keep Watch

If you have a video surveillance system, you can participate by registering your camera with the Roseville Police Department’s “Keep Watch” program.

To read more about the program or to register your camera click here.


Dispose of old or unwanted prescription drugs on October 26

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Need to dispose of old or unwanted prescription drugs? Swing by Saturday, October 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the following Roseville locations:

Maidu Community Center
1550 Maidu Drive

Roseville High School
1 Tiger Way

Sun City – Roseville
7050 Del Web Blvd.

Dropping them off is a better, safer alternative than throwing them in the trash or flushing them down toilets. Keeping old meds around gives access to those looking for drugs in medicine cabinets or accidental poisoning of our young children. Flushing old medication down the toilet only creates problems in our creeks and rivers in the end. So the best thing to do is dispose of them safely.

Roseville Fire stations are NOT able to collect old or unwanted prescription drugs.

For other convenient locations throughout western Placer County, visit www.livesewersmart.com.


Sign up to receive emergency alerts.

All public safety agencies in Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo counties are partnered to provide community notifications to alert residents about emergency incidents. You can sign up to receive these important emergency alerts at Placer Alert.org.

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