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    To us, providing Police services is a lot more than just writing a crime report after a crime has occurred; it means working with the community to prevent crime and to solve community problems. I invite you to become our partners in making your neighborhood a better place to live as our community grows.

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    Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention programs in the country, bringing citizens together with law enforcement to deter crime and make communities safer. Click here for more details.

The Rancho Cordova Police Department will be launching a new monthly e-newsletter this October 2017 to keep you updated on the latest news, upcoming events, crime prevention tips, and more. Sign up now by clicking here and selecting "Rancho Cordova Police Department News."


Police Activities League (PAL)

The Rancho Cordova Police Activities League (PAL) is a youth crime prevention program that utilizes educational, athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and the youth. The PAL program brings youth under the supervision and positive influence of a law enforcement agency, expands public awareness about the role of police officers, and reinforces the responsible values and attitudes instilled in young people by their parents.

Our website: http://rcpdpal.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RanchoCordovaPAL

Officers shaking hands by the patrol cars.

Adopt-A School

The Adopt-A School program began in 2013 and has been well received by the community and our officers. Officers take time from their regular patrol duties (as time permits) and conduct periodic visits to schools and serve as mentors. Officers may conduct presentations about the duties of law enforcement and stress the importance of obtaining a good education, living healthy, staying drug free and abstaining from violent and /or criminal behavior. The program helps to bridge the gap between community members, schools and law enforcement.

Officers in front of school.