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Press Releases

The Public Information Office assists members of the media in gathering information and reporting on news events that impact the residents and visitors of the City of Sacramento. Because the media is a valuable resource to keep the public informed as to the Department's activities, the Public Information Office is a central location from which members of the media could obtain information regarding the various newsworthy events in which the Department had played a part.

For all media inquiries and questions, please contact the
Public Information Office at 808-0808 or send an email to

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Latest Releases

Release DateTitleReference No.
Feb 18, 2017 Suspect Booked in Officer Involved Shooting 20170218-022
Feb 17, 2017 Police Seek Information on Richards Blvd. Fatal Hit and Run 20170217-021
Feb 17, 2017 Investigators Seek Witnesses to Fatal Accident 20170217-020
Feb 16, 2017 Online Exchange Safety Tips 20170216-019
Feb 15, 2017 Sacramento Police Receive Donation for Police K9 20170215-018
Feb 15, 2017 City Crime Rate Drops in 2016 20170215-017
Feb 10, 2017 Land Avenue Officer Involved Shooting 20170210-016
Feb 03, 2017 Suspect Arrested for Possessing a Pipe Bomb 20170203-015
Feb 03, 2017 Sobriety and Driver License Checkpoint Notification 20170203-014
Feb 03, 2017 With the Help of the Community, Officers Arrest Burglary Suspect 20170203-013

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