Non-Emergency Dispatch Number - (510) 724-1111
San Pablo Police Department Lobby Phone - (510) 215-3130
|(510) 215-3190||Code Enforcement|
|(510) 215-3184||To report an abandoned vehicle|
|(510) 215-3171||On-Duty Patrol Supervisor|
|(510) 215-3107||Police Administration|
|(510) 215-3130||To obtain a copy of a police report|
|(510) 215-3130||To make an appointment to be fingerprinted|
|(510) 215-3101||Casino Background Investigations|
|(510) 215-3130||To leave a message for an individual police officer|
|(510) 215-3118||To make an appointment to pick up property|
|(510) 233-3366||TTY - Text Telephone System|
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Records personnel may also assist the public with any inquiries relating to police services, resources or assistance. Monday through Thursday from 7:30AM–6:00PM excluding holidays and weekends. Records can be reached at (510) 215-3130.
To make a police report or request immediate police assistance calls should be made to (510) 724-1111. To report a life threatening emergency, please call 911.
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