Michael D. Harris
Chief of Police
Livermore Police Department
1110 South Livermore Ave
Livermore, CA 94550
(925) 371-4900 (non-emergency)
Emergency: 9-1-1
Report a crime or incident needing an officer response: 925-371-4987
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News ImageArroyo Trail Assault Being Investigated
On April 28, 2015, at approximately 6:00 p.m., the Livermore Police Department received a report of an alleged assault which occurred on the Arroyo Trail, near Arroyo Road. The victim is a 29 year old Livermore resident and is being treated for her injuries. This is an active investigation and the Livermore Police Department wants to reassure the public that we are using every available resource to investigate this incident. Additionally, LPD will be providing extra patrols to the Arroyo Trail.
News ImageLPD Implements Body Worn Cameras
In November 2014, a proposal was submitted to, and approved by, the Livermore City Council for the purchase and implementation of the body worn cameras for every LPD Officer. Since the approval, LPD officials worked on the implementation process of the body worn cameras. In early April 2015, Taser International came to LPD and over a three day period trained all of the officers on the use of the body worn cameras. The implementation of the body worn cameras will allow LPD Officers to document incidents and interactions and obtain evidence during investigations. Additionally, the Department will be able to review the video footage to debrief critical incidents and use the camera footage as a training tool to keep officers well trained and prepared.
News ImageNational Public Safety Telecommunications Week
National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week will be celebrated the week of April 12 - 19, 2015. The week honors those Telecommunicators that are the first link in the chain of emergency police, fire, and medical responses. If you have ever been the victim of a crime, involved in a collision, reported a fire or needed medical help, you have called 9-1-1 and were helped by a Telecommunicator, also known as a Public Safety Dispatcher. Agencies across the nation are honoring and thanking their 9-1-1 Dispatchers for their dedication and service to their communities. These public safety professionals are there for the public when needed most. They ensure that callers receive professional and timely assistance while quickly getting them the help they need. The appreciation week began in California in 1981, and quickly grew to national recognized event. In 1990, the United States Congress designated the second full week of each April as a time to remember the critical role that dispatchers play in keeping us and our communities safe.
The Livermore Police Department wants to alert the community to expect traffic delays in the morning on Saturday March 28, 2015. The second annual Livermore Half Marathon will be taking place. The race starts at 8:00 a.m. in downtown Livermore. The runners will travel south from the downtown on South “L” St, over the Arroyo bridge and continue south on Arroyo Rd. The runners will then turn west on Concannon Blvd. to Holmes St. where they will turn and travel south on Holmes St. to Wetmore Rd. The race will turn onto Wetmore Rd. and then enter Sycamore Grove Park. The runners will exit the park onto Arroyo Rd. where they will travel north to Wetmore Rd. The race will then turn onto running trails before winding through Robertson Park and entering back onto South “L” St. at the Arroyo Bridge. The runners will travel north on South “L” St. before turning east on Second St. to McLeod St, and then through the finish line on First St. The first runner is expected to be at the finish line around 9am, and all runners should be off the course by 11 am. It is anticipated that over 3000 runners will participate in this year’s Livermore Half Marathon.
News ImageDouble Homicide Victims
There have been inquiries as to the identity of the victims from the tragic event in Livermore on March 1, 2015. The victims have tentatively been identified as:

Ryan Rossknecht 22 Years Old, Livermore Resident
Brandon Lowell 29 Years Old, Manteca Resident, Former Livermore Resident

We are still seeking any information that the community may have regarding this incident.