Alameda County Police Department

Find Alameda County California police departments, precincts, and stations. Police departments provide information on public safety, police reports, dispatch, impounds, and policing.

Alameda Police Department 1555 Oak Street Alameda CA 94501 510-337-8340

Albany Police Department 1000 San Pablo Avenue Albany CA 94706 510-525-7300

Berkeley Police Department 2100 Martin Luther King Junior Way Berkeley CA 94704 510-981-5900

Dublin City Police Department 100 Civic Plaza Dublin CA 94568 925-833-6670

East Bay Regional Park District Police 17930 Lake Chabot Road Castro Valley CA 94546 510-881-1833

Emeryville Police Department 2449 Powell Street Emeryville CA 94608 510-596-3700

Fremont Police Department 2000 Stevenson Boulevard Fremont CA 94538 510-790-6800

Hayward Police Department 300 West Winton Avenue Hayward CA 94544 510-293-7272

Livermore Police Department 1110 South Livermore Avenue Livermore CA 94550 925-371-4900

Newark Police Department 37101 Newark Boulevard Newark CA 94560 510-578-4000

Oakland Police Department 455 7th Street Oakland CA 94607 510-238-3131

Piedmont Police Department 403 Highland Avenue Piedmont CA 94611 510-420-3010

Pleasanton Police Department 4833 Bernal Avenue Pleasanton CA 94566 925-931-5201

San Leandro Police Department 901 East 14th Street San Leandro CA 94577 510-577-2740

Union City Police Department 34009 Alvarado-Niles Road Union CA 94587 510-471-1365

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About Police Departments

What does it mean for a Police Department to be accredited?

Accredited Police Departments have gone through the accrediting process of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). CALEA is a non-profit professional organization that assesses the policies and procedures of law enforcement agencies. Accredited Police Departments are considered to have implemented best practices in law enforcement.

What is Community Policing?

Community Policing is an approach to public safety that involves building relationships between the Police and individuals and groups in a community to help solve problems and prevent crime. Community Policing is intended to be proactive in nature by addressing social disorder and other causes of crime.

What kinds of special purpose districts have Police Departments?

In addition to state, county, and local Police forces, states often confer police powers to other government agencies and entities. Special purpose Police Departments are commonly found at universities and colleges, transit authorities, port authorities, airports, and conservation agencies.