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Carlsbad, CA Information
Carlsbad is a city in northern San Diego County, California. The city is bordered by Vista and San Marcos to the east, Oceanside to the north, and Encinitas to the south. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 112,299 and a total area of 39.1 square miles (101 km2).
The City of Carlsbad is a municipal corporation with a council-manager form of government. The City Council is the legislative body of the city, sets policies known as resolutions, the Council enacts laws known as ordinances and adopts an annual budget. The city manager is appointed by the city council and serves as the city’s chief administrative officer and sees to it that all council’s legislations are implemented. The city council holds its meeting on the first and third Wednesday of every month. Agendas and minutes of the councils meetings can be accessed through
Council members include: Mayor Matt Hall, Council Member Mark Packard, Council Member Keith Blackburn, Council Member Michael Schumacher, and Council Member Cori Schumacher
The overall crime rate in Carlsbad, CA is 34% lower compared to other cities in California and 29% lower than the national average. When looking at crimes involving violence, the city’s crime rate is 65% lower than California’s and 59% lower than the national average. When comparing crimes involving property, the city’s crime rate is 28% lower compared to other cities in California and 25% lower than the national average. In Carlsbad one has a 1 in 50 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 59% of the cities in the United States. Compared to the previous year, crime in Carlsbad has increased by 17%.
The City of Carlsbad Police Department is responsible for maintaining peace, law and order in the city of Carlsbad. The department partners with the community to provide the city with efficient services. Neil Gallucci is the current chief of police.
Carlsbad Police Department
2560 Orion Way
Carlsbad, CA 92010
Website for Police:
When arrested in Carlsbad, you can find a bond company in the city. You will be required to have detailed information relating to the defendant. In case you choose to purchase a bond, the basic documents required will be processed and signed, basic documents include a bail bond application, Indemnity Agreement, and receipt. Bail processes can be done through e-mail and fax.
Carlsbad Police Station Address: “2560 Orion Way Carlsbad, CA 92010
Officer is going to run 100 miles in 21 lbs. of SWAT gear to raise money for the family of his fallen police officer friend, David Sherrard, @RichardsonTX_PD. Learn more about his challenge. https://t.co/fLrlyub9lK https://t.co/axrLGRO3mq https://t.co/pvIZ6TztMV #goodluckchris https://t.co/0g255SIE6r
Watch for flooding. https://t.co/e5WwRmhqX7
Heavy rains can lead to dangerous driving conditions, severe flooding and debris flow. NEVER walk, swim or drive through floodwaters. It only takes 6 inches of fast-moving water to knock a person down and 12 inches to sweep a vehicle away. 🚧 https://t.co/SEdjD86hvB #CAwx https://t.co/cioLQ1fciD
Valentine's Day is coming and love is in the air but don't let it overpower your good judgement. Romance scammers are hard at work on dating websites. They lavish you with attention ... and then ask for money. Don't fall for it. #valentinesday #scamfree https://t.co/KUZvaeKGXa
We are grateful for our wonderfully supportive community and our great partnerships. Thank you for your stories and thank you Officer Gomes for representing the PD in a way that reflects our Mission, Vision and Values. #teamCarlsbad #community #service https://t.co/dWVKFqyeIX
This is Robert Koester, the Professional Modeling Photographer we arrested last November. The case now covers multiple cities across the US and the FBI has created a portal for potential victims. https://t.co/ldVnjuUfdW https://t.co/s0lMpartQT
On @safeinternetday, if you are interested in scheduling an Internet Safety Presentation at your school, community group, or business reach out to the San Diego Internet Crimes Task Force at (858) 715-7100. #protectourchildren #teamCarlsbad https://t.co/2tOvzb7Psg
February 5th, marks Internet Safer Day. The San Diego Police Deparment’s Internet Crimes Against Children Unit is hosting an internet safety presentation for anyone interested. See the attached flyer for more information #OneTeamOneMission #InternetSafety https://t.co/XjkeptV0wh