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This information is provided so you can have a timely snapshot of significant events in our community. It is my intention to list suspect apprehensions and crimes of interest (i.e., robberies, assaults, burglaries, homicides), traffic enforcement efforts, and conditions caused by natural events (flooding, road closures, etc.) You may share this information with your fellow community members. The crimes reported here are preliminary investigations, taken in the field by patrol officers, and may or may not be assigned to a Detective for further investigation.

In an emergency, always call the police before calling security services. Both will respond immediately, but the police can respond with more resources and authority than a security service can. (An emergency is a situation which poses an immediate risk to health, life, property or environment that requires immediate action to prevent a worsening of the situation.) If possible, call both police and security.

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PHONE NUMBERS YOU SHOULD HAVE IN YOUR CELL:
911 calls from your cell phone are routed through CHP before SacPD or fire. To avoid delays, program these into your cell phone:

EMERGENCY:
Sac PD 732-0100 when you are in town, continue to use 911 if you are on the highway
Sac Fire/Medical 228-3000
(911 from a land line still works, of course)

NON-EMERGENCY:
Sac PD 264-5471
Sac Fire/Medical 433-1300

PALADIN PRIVATE SECURITY:
(for the communities they serve) 331-3175
In an emergency, call police before security services. See note above regarding emergencies.

Even in non-emergency situations, be sure to report ALL suspicious activity to the police non-emergency number; the reports get logged in a database which is used by city leaders to determine police budgets and resource allocation. If the database shows no calls for service, then they assume there's no crime!

Remember to always let someone know you are home when they are knocking or ringing the door bell. Always look out for your neighborhood and call in ALL suspicious activity!

If you observe a crime in progress call 9-1-1.
If you have information regarding some of the above crimes please call Crime Alert at 443-HELP or 1-800-AA-CRIME. (You can remain anonymous)

GET CASH FOR QUALIFIED CRIME TIPS:
You can receive a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of a suspect or information that solves an unsolved crime. Check the wanted suspect list and submit tips at http://www.crimealert.org/ or call (916) 443-HELP(4357)

Captain Daniel Hahn
Sacramento Police Department
Patrol Division - North Command
3550 Marysville Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95838
(916) 566-6401
[email protected]

Information From North Command

Information From North Command

Tuesday, August 7th is coming up quickly. There is still time to pull together a National Night Out event in your neighborhood. An ice cream social, a potluck dinner, or a simple meet and greet the folks on your block is a great way to open dialogue with your neighbors about starting or rejuvenating your group. I know of at least one group that is planning their own NNO celebration on the 15th because that day will accommodate more schedules. Get out there and meet your neighbors! Take back the night! I have attached the National Night Out Edition of Tidbits.

Sacramento Police Department eNotify Digest

Sacramento Police Department eNotify Digest

Sacramento Police Department eNotify Digest

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Latest Press Releases

Stop Copper Theft

Stop Copper Theft

Stop Copper Theft

The Dept. of Utilities and Neighborhood Services/Special Events and SacPD need your help to curb the trend.

Missing covers

Cement covers conceal copper wire for electrical units such as street lights and traffic signals. Odds are a theft has occurred if the cover is missing or is left overturned.

City Seal

For legitimate repair work, a white pickup truck with the City of Sacramento seal on it and workers with City identification will be present.

CRIME BOLO - SEPT. 7

CRIME BOLO - SEPT. 7

This afternoon at approx. 2:20 PM a young female student was walking home from H. Allen Hight School and was alone near the intersection of Kokomo and North Park Dr. A solo male adult driving a pick up pulled up near her and from his open window reportedly said, " Your mom told me to pick you up."

The student did not recognize the subject and fled back to the school. There was no other overt action by the subject.

Suspect description: Male, Black, 30's in age, light complexion, shaved head, no further info

08/22/11 - ALERT

08/22/11 - ALERT

Be on the look out during late night hours for the following armed suspect :

Male Black Adult, 20’s 6 feet, 200LBS +, Beer Belly, White Hoodie sweatshirt,

He has been active in the South Natomas (Yarwood/Azevedo & Sandcastle) and North Natomas (Kokomo Wy) between 11:30 PM and 1:30 AM. He has entered on three occasions through open/unlocked doors and targeted people who appeared from the outside to be awake and active, or in one case were returning home from a late night trip to the store.

08/19/11 Police Report

08/19/11 Police Report

Police to Participate in Intensive Crackdown on Impaired Driving

Reference No. 20110818-141 Thursday, August 18, 2011

The Sacramento Police Department will join nearly 10,000 other law enforcement agencies nationwide in support of an intensive crackdown on impaired driving from August 19 thru September 5, known as "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over."

08/12/11

08/12/11

MESSAGE FROM CAPT MACCOUN:

I have some updates on reported crime rates as of 8-7-11. These numbers reflect the percentage change when compared to this time last year.

Robbery:
Sector 1 (North Natomas, South Natomas, Northgate/Gardenland)= -34.75%
Sector 2 (North Sacramento, Del Paso Heights, Hagginwoood, Swantston Estates, Robla)= -31.14

Residential Burglary:
Sector 1= -5.38%
Sector 2= -15.20%

Business Burglary:
Sector 1= -38.10%
Sector 2 = -15.65%

Homicide:
Sector 1= +66% (from 3 this time last year to 5 so far this year)

08/05/11

08/05/11

Message from the North Command:

I recently returned from vacation and learned that we had two different homicides in the North Sacramento area. The first occurred on 7-21-11 in the 3500 Block of High St. as was the result of a drug transaction gone bad and the suspect is in custody.

911 Can Call Cell Phones - Register

911 Can Call Cell Phones - Register

9-1-1 Can Call You with Emergency Information

Reference No. 20110728-124 Thursday, July 28, 2011

The Sacramento Police Department would like to inform the community of a new feature to the Reverse 911 system, the ability to register a cellular phone number.

Mesage From The North Command

Mesage From The North Command

Massage from the North Command:

I hope this message finds all of you well and enjoying some of these warm summer evenings that have finally arrived.

Over the past couple of weeks we have seen a slight increase in overall crime within your area. Nothing alarming, but something we need to pay attention too. We have deployed officers in a more targeted manner to deal with some of the issues. This strategy has yielded a number of arrest. We think that we have made a significant impact on some of the affected areas but we will continue to monitor.

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