Chief Chris Pittman began his career in law enforcement in 1994 when he attended the Sacramento County Sheriff's Academy. He has experience working in every major area of the Sheriff's Office, including assignments in patrol, detectives, corrections, security services, field support, and technical operations. In 2014, he was selected as RCPD’s Assistant Chief of Police before being promoted to Sheriff's Captain. In December 2016, Chief Pittman returned to Rancho Cordova and was appointed as the Chief of Police. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Sacramento State University and sits on several national boards focused on law enforcement and first responders. Since 2014, Chief Pittman has served as the President of the Rancho Cordova Police Activities League Board.
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|Assistant Chief of Police Chad Lewis started his career with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office in November 1993. As a Deputy, Sergeant and Lieutenant, he has experience in many areas of the Sheriff's Department including corrections, patrol, Problem Oriented Policing, Air Operations as a Tactical Flight Officer, the Special Enforcement Detail (SED/SWAT) as an operator and sniper, the Communications Center, Team Leader for SED, the Office of the Sheriff as Assistant to the Chief of Field & Investigative Services, the Bureau Commander of Special Operations and the Sheriff's Tactical Commander. In July 2017, he was selected as RCPD's Assistant Chief of Police overseeing the Patrol Operations Bureau, Administration team and Youth Services Unit. The vast majority of his patrol experience during his formative years was in Rancho Cordova. A return to Rancho Cordova brings his law enforcement career full circle as he revisits the city and neighborhoods he patrolled and served as a young patrol officer. Assistant Chief Lewis earned an Associate of Science degree in Administration of Justice from Sierra College and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Sacramento State University. He has been awarded the Attorney General's Award of Valor, eight Major Incident Ribbons, and three Bronze Stars for bravery. Assistant Chief Lewis is ardently dedicated to law enforcement and serving the citizens of Rancho Cordova.|
Message from the Chief
RCPD’s goal is to continue to create a safe and vibrant community in Rancho Cordova through excellent policing, community involvement and partnerships with residents and businesses.
Our community policing model rests on the belief that police service is proactive, solution-oriented, professional and citizen-focused. Our officers are committed to the community of Rancho Cordova, and our goal is to create the safest community and participate as members of this community.
I invite you to partner with us to help make Rancho Cordova neighborhoods and businesses thrive. Learn how you can get involved by visiting this page.
The men and women of RCPD look forward to providing our community with unmatched excellence in law enforcement services.
Rancho Cordova Police Department
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