A police community resource center coming soon to your neighborhood
First center opens at Riley Library January 25
Do you have questions about safety and how to access police services? Do you like your answers "face to face"? Friendly faces from the Roseville Police Department are coming to your neighborhood soon. Beginning January 25, police volunteer ambassadors will be available at the Martha Riley Library to provide service and answer police-related questions. The police department hopes to expand the service to east Roseville in the near future.
Beginning January 25, Roseville Police volunteer ambassadors will be stationed in the vestibule of the Riley Library from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday, offering the following services and information:Sign-off of most fix-it traffic tickets Vacation house-check applications
- Neighborhood Watch information
- How to file an on-line police report
- How to obtain a copy of a police report
- How to report animal control problems, abandoned vehicles, graffiti, suspected drug activity, and other police and code enforcement issues
For more information about what's available at the police resource center, call Volunteer Coordinator Shelly Bracco at (916)774-5018.