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Police Department

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Congratulations Sergeant Jason Boberg on your promotion to the rank of Lieutenant. Lieutenant Boberg came to the department in May of 1999 as a police officer. His service as a patrol officer was commendable and his time as a Crimes Against Persons Detective was invaluable to solving some of our most challenging investigations. As the Department’s Lead Defensive Tactics Instructor, Sergeant Boberg has helped train our officers to remain safe and to know the law behind the force. As a Patrol Sergeant, Jason is well respected and viewed as a leader in the organization. Jason’s work ethic is of the highest caliber and one that we want to share with others.

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Congratulations Officer Ryan Sanchez on your promotion to the rank of Sergeant. Officer Sanchez came to the department in January of 2003. During this time, Officer Sanchez has been an active participant in delivering service to the department and the community, especially our youth as the School Resource Officer for Livermore High School for many years. While in the position of SRO, Officer Sanchez hosted community presentations on the Police Department’s behalf for drugs, alcohol, cyber bullying, sexual battery and school lockdown and active shooter protocols. In addition, Officer Sanchez has excelled with the East County Tactical Team as the Assistant Team Leader on the Crisis Negotiations Team. Officer Sanchez is also a member of the department’s PIO Team.

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Please join the Livermore Police Department in wishing Officer Traci Rebiejo well as she retires from the department after 24 years of service. Officer Rebiejo started with the department in August of 1991. Her service and contributions to the Traffic Unit have been invaluable especially her contributions to our department’s Traffic Safety and Education Program. Officer Rebiejo’s impact in our community through programs such as Every 15 Minutes, the Back Seat Challenge and her Car Seat Checkup Program has made a lasting difference. Officer Rebiejo will be missed. Thank you for your 24 years of service and congratulations Traci !

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Livermore Police Officer Resigns

On June 14, 2016, the Livermore Police Department became aware that an officer employed with the agency was among the Bay Area law enforcement officers alleged to have had a sexual relationship with the woman known as "Celeste Guap." The officer was immediately placed on administrative leave while an investigation was conducted. The investigation has concluded and the officer involved subsequently submitted a letter of resignation.

Police Chief Michael Harris stated, "This incident does not accurately reflect the professionalism of the men and women of the Livermore Police Department who protect our community every day. Now that this matter has reached a conclusion, we will move forward and continue to serve with honor and protect with purpose. I would like to thank our community for their continued support and patience as we completed this investigation."

According to state law, personnel matters are required to be kept confidential. For this reason, we cannot release the details of the investigation or provide the name of the officer.