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CURRENT Events/News Articles/Press Releases:

National Night Out - Tuesday, August 5, 2014

National Night Out, “America’s Night Out Against Crime” began in 1984 and communities in all 50 states participate annually. The purpose of National Night Out is to strengthen neighborhood relationships and the police-community partnership, while sending a message to criminals that the neighborhoods are organized against crime. This year San Pablo will celebrate National Night Out with a variety of neighborhood events which included: BBQs, games, raffles, music and other youth events. City Officials, law enforcement, and the local fire department will visit each of the participating neighborhoods to show their support and interact with the community. 

How can neighborhoods participate?
San Pablo residents throw block parties and cookouts to bring neighbors together.  To register your neighborhood and receive additional incentives
contact Officer Kenneth White (510) 215-3213.

Click below for our latest Neighborhood Watch Newsletter!

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Explore current career opportunities with the San Pablo Police Department, with outstanding benefits and compensation.
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YOUTH & EDUCATION
Our Youth & Education Services (Y.E.S.) Program is a dynamic outreach program for elementary and middle school students.

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Archives: Press Releases issued by the San Pablo Police Department

The City of San Pablo offers its public programs and services in a manner that is reasonably accessible to individuals with disabilities. The City complies with all applicable requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and California law, and does not discriminate against any person with a disability. If any person has a disability and requires assistance or auxiliary aids in order to participate in departmental programs, please contact the Police Department as soon as possible for reasonable accommodation.





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