SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
NEW - CITIZEN RIMS
Access to our crime mapping, agency arrests, reports on stolen vehicles, missing persons, daily crime bulletins, vacation house checks, security camera registration, directed patrols, and the option to sign up for alerts.
Online Reporting - Now Available
If you are reporting a crime where a suspect is known, please either call 911 or our non-emergency telephone number at 530-642-5280.
You may report the following crimes online: Hit and Run-Property Damage Only, Identity Theft, Internet Fraud, Lost Property, Theft, Traffic Collision-Property Damage Only, Vandalism, Business, Residential, and Vehicle Burglary.
City of Placerville - Emergency Preparedness
The CALDOR Fire of 2021, in Grizzly Flats, has prompted the City of Placerville to provide the residents of Placerville the following map showing the Emergency Route Awareness for the City of Placerville, City of Placerville Wildfire/Disaster “READY, SET, GO” Evacuation Plan, Sgt.’s assigned to each zone and contact information, FEMA’s Emergency Supply List, and Pet Disaster Kit Checklist.
Map – Emergency Route Awareness of Placerville
City of Placerville Wildfire/Disaster “READY, SET, GO” Evacuation Plan
Emergency Contact Info for Route Awareness and Zone Map
FEMA – Emergency Supply List
Pet Disaster Kit Checklist
Please familiarize yourself with the Emergency Route Awareness Map in relation to your location or family member’s location. Make a plan sooner rather than later. Print out these resources for your personal Emergency Preparedness Binder. We have experienced how fast a wildfire can spread and evacuations become imminent. When you have a plan, and practice how you would evacuate, the stress level can be managed with the knowledge of how you would leave the area to safety.
Follow our social media for up-to-date information during an emergency. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Nextdoor, and Nixle. Other agencies to follow on social media would be the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department, El Dorado County Fire, and Cal Fire.
At the Placerville Police Department, "We are committed to providing the highest quality of service to our community while constantly improving the quality of life our community desires and deserves."
The Placerville Police Department is comprised of 20 Sworn Officers and 11 Professional Staff.
Placerville Police Department strives to provide professional service to the community and partner with it to maintain a high quality of life. We use the latest police practices and guidelines to effectively serve the local community with active participation and outreach. in 2013 we implemented two very significant means of alerting our citizens by phone, text, and email from community events and advisories to high-level alerts through the use of the Placerville and County of El Dorado OES residential phone-based alert system known as RAVE. Additionally, we are incorporating technology with public safety through the use of mobile phone text and email-based Nixle alert system for those within the city limits and outlying areas. This adds yet another layer of safety, protection, and awareness to the community.
Click on the links to commend an employee for exceptional performance " Commendation "
Placerville Police Department Policy Manual Updated 01/04/2024 - This policy manual is periodically updated as policies and laws change. * For information on AB481 refer to policy 706. Questions or comments can be sent to our email at email@example.com
Placerville Police Department
730 Main Street
Placerville, CA 95667
Business Office Hours
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday - 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
(530) 642-5210 Business Office
(530) 642-5280 Non-Emergency
(530) 642-5258 Fax
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