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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Recent News

News ImageHalloween DUI Enforcement
Livermore PD is deploying extra DUI officers on Halloween night to supplement routine patrol officers on one of the most deadly nights of the years. Officers will be looking for the tale-tell signs of alcohol and or drug impairment during each enforcement contact, all weekend long as many will be attending parties were alcohol is served. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Halloween is a statistically dangerous night for drunk driving. In 2012, almost half of all crash fatalities that night involved a drunk driver.
News ImageHalloween Safety
The Livermore Police Department wants all of our community members to have a safe and memorable Halloween this year. Here are some tips to make your holiday a safe and fun one.
News ImageCongratulations Detective Esquivel !
Earlier today Detective Esquivel was one of 10 Alameda County law enforcement officers that received recognition at the 2014 Alameda County District Attorney's Officer Recognition Award Ceremony. Detective Esquivel was recognized for his work on the People v. Bryan Allen Davis aka Bryan Allen Vulgamore murder case. Cecilia Garcia was a 24-year-old single mother in 2002 when she was found strangled and drowned in a running shower inside her Livermore home. Detective Esquivel went above and beyond the call of duty to assist the DA's Office in obtaining a long awaited for conviction in this case against Bryan Davis.
News ImageNational Child Passenger Safety Week
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has designated September 14th – 20th as "Child Passenger Safety Week" throughout the nation. In the United States, motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death among children. In 2012, a total of 1,168 passenger vehicle occupants aged 0–14 years died as a result of a motor vehicle traffic crash. During 1975–2012, child restraints saved an estimated 10,157 lives of children aged 0–4 years. The Livermore Police department is encouraging all families to have their child’s car seat checked to make sure their children are traveling in the safest manner.
News ImageParent Project - October 2014 Session
A 12-week parent training; an award-winning model with a proven track record, designed specifically for parents of challenging, strong-willed or out-of-control adolescents.