Watsonville Emergency Nixle Messages

Watsonville Emergency Nixle Messages

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Seven Police Recruits Will Attend South Bay Regional Training Academy

Seven Police Recruits Will Attend South Bay Regional Training Academy

Police recruits will be heading off to the South Bay Regional Training Academy on Tuesday, November 4th! Good luck Nelson, Hilda, Jessica, Ruben, Amanda and Saul!

History

History

Learn a bit about the history of the Watsonville Police Department!

City-wide Graffiti Cleanup Day June 28th

City-wide Graffiti Cleanup Day June 28th

Thank you to all the volunteers who participated in the City-wide Graffiti Cleanup Day on June 28th!

Keeping Up With Watsonville – July

Keeping Up With Watsonville - July

Coming up.....Watsonville Strawberry Festival, National Night Out! Don't forget to register your phone through Nixle to receive emergency alerts. Read for more details.

Summer Fun for Everyone

Summer Fun for Everyone

Summer is just around the corner and it's never too early to plan what activities your kids or yourself will be doing this summer! Read more on a few of ...

Before & After Bldg Picture

To Make a Report:

  • If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or 831.471.1170
  • If you'd like to speak to an officer, call 831.471.1151
  • To file a report, call 831.471.1151

Call Us

  • Police Records:  831.768.3370 Hours:  M - Th, 9 am - 4 pm
  • Property & Evidence:  831.768.3390 Hours:  M & Th only, 9 am - 4 pm By Appointment Only
  • Guest Speaker Requests:  831.768.3321
  • Ride-A-Long Program:  831.768.3321
  • Live Scan Appt:  831.768.3337
  • Neighborhood Services:  831.763.5678
  • Graffiti Hotline:  831.768.3133
  • Gang Offender Registration: 831.768.3354
  • Arson, Narcotic, and Sex Offender Registration: 831.768.3363

2012 Watsonville Police Department Inspection 

Keynote  address by Santa Barbara Police Chief Cam Sanchez during the 24th Annual Watsonville Police Department Inspection and Award Ceremony.

Watsonville Police Cadet Program

Two full-time Watsonville police officers volunteer their services as advisers whose role is to mentor the cadets. The youth are between fourteen and twenty years old. The program provides young people with the opportunity to explore the law enforcement field as a possible career choice.