The Northern California Regional Public Safety Training Authority (NCRPSTA) was formed on August 7, 2001, as a Joint Powers Authority (JPA), to provide regional training for public safety agencies in Northern California. The JPA provides mandatory pre-service and in-service training for law enforcement and fire service personnel.
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The Sacramento Police Officer's Association represents the men and women who work as Sacramento Police Department Police Sergeants, Police Officers, Dispatchers and Community Service Officers. The SPOA is the rank-and-file police union that negotiates for these public safety employees for their wages, benefits and working conditions.
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The Sacramento Police Foundation exists to help plan and fund activities and programs that fall outside the range of the normal duties of the Sacramento Police Department, but benefit the community and department in a variety of ways. The Foundation provides an opportunity for the Sacramento Police Department to build stronger relationships between the department and the citizens it serves.
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The purpose of the Sacramento Police Canine Association is to educate and promote the use of police service dogs in the community, perform canine demonstrations for schools and community groups, provide additional training and equipment for police service dogs and their handlers, assist in the care of retired police dogs, and furnish benefits to all police canines.
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This website is dedicated to helping the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department and the Sacramento City Police Department apprehend the most wanted suspects of the Sacramento and surrounding areas.
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In July 2000, the Sacramento Police Department undertook a comprehensive study of traffic stops to address perceptions of racial profiling. In March 2004, City Council approved the establishment of a formal advisory commission that would provide the City with a greater opportunity to be inclusive and allow for equitable representation, accountability, and reporting from Sacramento residents in this issue of national importance. In November 2004, City Council confirmed fifteen members of the Community Racial Profiling Commission. The Commission held its first meeting in January 2005.