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Emergency: 9-1-1
Report a crime or incident needing an officer response: 925-371-4987
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LPD Animal Control Provides Mutual Aid to Sonoma County

On Monday October 9, 2017, the Livermore Police Department was contacted by Alameda County Animal Services asking that our Animal Control personnel join in a request for mutual aid from the Napa County Sheriff’s Department. Napa County needed more personnel to respond to requests for service from the residents in the fire ravaged area. Napa County Animal Services officers fielded calls and escorted outside agencies to the areas needing assistance. Two Livermore Animal Control officers responded to the request for help. Our personnel assisted in removing pets from homes where residents were unable to take their pets with them. The rescued pets were taken to a shelter with the hopes of reuniting them with their families. Our officers also navigated through dangerous and fiery terrain to assist residents in rural areas with evacuating their horses. The majority of their time was spent helping horse owners load and transport their horses, and identifying resources to transport horses that had no means available to them.


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SERGEANT HORTON RETIRES

Please join the Livermore Police Department in wishing Sergeant Jim Horton well as he retires from the department after 15 years of service. Jim’s retirement is effective October 4, 2017. During his time with the department, Sergeant Horton was selected to be a member of many specialized units to include Field Training Officer, the Professional Standards Unit, the Bicycle Unit, the Crisis Negotiations Team, the Reserve Coordinator, and the Narcotics Team Sergeant as well as being the department’s Range Master for many of these years. In all of these assignments, Sergeant Horton helped to mold the future of this organization and its officers and for this we thank him. Good luck and congratulations – you will be missed!


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RETIREMENT CONGRATULATIONS - SERGEANT KEITH GRAVES

Please join us in wishing Sergeant Keith Graves well as he retires from the department after nearly 29 years of service. Keith’s retirement is effective September 4, 2017. Sergeant Graves started with the department in October of 1988. Shortly thereafter, Keith competed for and was awarded a position on the SWAT Team which he held for the next twenty years. In addition to that, Keith was the Sniper Team Leader for over three years and held specialized assignments in the Narcotics Unit, Special Operations Unit and COPPS Unit. In addition to all of these assignments, Sergeant Graves is an accomplished instructor and expert in the drug and narcotics field and has instructed over 3000 officers from 38 states, 8 foreign countries, and at over 350 police agencies in California. Keith’s commitment to the Livermore community and his dedication to this department and his peers are to be commended. Good luck Keith - you will be missed.


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NATIONAL NIGHT OUT - WE WANT YOU ....

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. National Night Out provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Millions of neighbors take part in National Night Out across thousands of communities from all fifty states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities, and military bases worldwide on the first Tuesday in August.

If you would like to host an event you can contact Nicole Aguon at 925-371-4978 and she can provide all the details and answer any questions you may have, or check our website here:

http://www.cityoflivermore.net/citygov/police/crime/neighborhood.htm

After clicking the link above, scroll to bottom of this page for our Registration Form.



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FIREWORKS IN LIVERMORE ARE ILLEGAL

The Livermore Police Department is reminding community members that all fireworks are illegal in the City of Livermore. This includes "Safe and Sane" type fireworks that may be legal to purchase in other cities. The Livermore Police Department will have extra officers working on the Fourth of July and these officers will be looking for and responding to firework violations.

It is unlawful for any person to possess any fireworks within the city of Livermore (Livermore Municipal Code 9.40.020). Any member of the Police Department or the Fire Department can seize any fireworks located in Livermore and the owner may be charged for the cost of destroying the fireworks. Police Officers finding persons in possession of fireworks may issue that person a citation for a misdemeanor offense with a fine of up to $500 and jail time of up to 30 days in county jail.



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