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The Danville Police Department has 42 employees who proudly serve the residents of Danville. This dedicated group consists of 30 Officers, and 12 Civilian Support Personnel. In addition there are 8 Reserve Officers, and 32 Volunteers in Policing that help us deliver services to the 43,000 residents.
The department is organized into the following specialized units and teams, staffed by both sworn and civilian personnel: Administration, Patrol, Investigations, Traffic, School Resource, and Community Services.
Our dedicated staff is committed to providing the highest quality of policing services to the Town's residents and businesses in order to enhance community safety. To do this, we pledge to take a leadership role in developing partnerships and resolving problems within the community. Our goal is to improve the quality of life and prevent crime in the Town of Danville.
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To Our Community:
With the significant increase in property crime over the
last year the Danville Police Department has been hard at work trying to stem
the tide. Among other tactics, we have been putting extra officers on
patrol, using crime data to specifically
patrol the most likely areas that might be targeted by criminals.
Last night our officers had some success: Micah Casey,
24, Castro Valley, was arrested for possession of burglary tools, possession of
a dirk/dagger, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled
substance. Casey was arrested after a traffic stop made at 4:06 a.m. by our
extra officers working the targeted enforcement,
and later booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
While arrests like this one are a step in the right
direction, we want all of our residents to know that we are working very hard
to overcome the increase in crime. As community members you play a
critical role in the process; we appreciate your help in keeping a watchful eye
on your neighborhoods. Now more than ever, it is extremely helpful for
you to call us when you see something out of place in your neighborhood.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or
Steve Simpkins, Chief of Police
Danville Police Department(925) 314-3700e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Police DepartmentTown of Danville510 La Gonda WayDanville, CA 94526
T: (925) 314-3700Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
On Weekends or After HoursCall: (925) 820-2144
Would you like a Danville PD representative to speak to your group or event? Contact Crime Prevention Specialist Mark Kan at email@example.com to facilitate your request.
In an effort to provide more information to the community, the Danville Police Department's weekly calls for service (known as the police blotter) will be posted to this page each week. The blotter details information on calls for services, such as time, location, report number and disposition. Below is a .pdf document with coding used under 'disposition', so residents can see how each call was resolved.
Decoding the Danville Police Weekly Blotter
An alarm permit is required for every person or business installing and using an alarm system within the Town of Danville.
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The Danville Police Department subscribes to a web-based, crime mapping program called “Crime Reports.” To stay informed about crime in your neighborhood, view a pin map of reported crimes. You can also sign up for free email alerts. Click here to go to the Crime Mapping website.