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Citrus Heights City Information
Citrus Heights is a city in Sacramento County, California, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 83,301 people and a total area of 14.2 square miles (37 km2).
The City of Citrus Heights has a city council form of government. The city council is the legislative body of the city, responsible for policy making. The council under the leadership of Jeff Slowey makes all policies in the city through enactment of ordinances and resolutions and makes final decisions on implementation of the policies. In addition, the city council appoints the city attorney and city manager, as well as the members of the city’s various advisory boards and commissions. Other members of the city council include Vice Mayor is Steve Miller, Council Members; Bret Daniels, Jeannie Bruins and Albert J. Fox.
The overall crime rate in Citrus Heights, CA is 12% higher compared to other cities in the California and 20% higher compared to the national average. Looking at crimes involving violence, the city’s crime rate is 4% higher than California’s and 19% higher than the national average. In regards to crimes involving property, the city’s crime rate is 14% higher compared to other cities in California and 20% higher than the national average. In Citrus Heights one has a 1 in 30 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 24% of the cities in the United States. Compare to the previous year, the crime rate in Citrus Heights has decreased by 5%.
The City of Citrus Heights formed its police department in June 2006. Before the newly formed Police Department took over law enforcement responsibility, police services were contracted by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department. The Citrus Heights Police Department boasts of a full-service agency, with special units such as Traffic and School Resource Officers, Special Investigations and SWAT. The police department has its own state of the art communications center, which dispatches police units throughout the city and answers 911 calls. Ronald A. Lawrence is the current Chief of Police.
Citrus Heights Police Department
6315 Fountain Square Drive
Citrus Heights, CA 95621
When arrested in Sacramento County, you will be processed and taken to the Sacramento County jail. To be released from the county jail, you will have to be booked into the jail then you can post bail. There are three main ways of posting bail in California; these include Bail bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276, Cash bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1269 and Property bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276.5. Once the bail amount is confirmed, the release process begins and typically takes about 1-2 hours. Though cash bonds are permitted, it is normally not frequently done because it’s usually expensive.
Citrus Heights Police Station Address: 6315 Fountain Square Drive Citrus Heights, CA 95621
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In the 7700 block of Auburn Blvd. today, SIU Detectives arrested 53 year old Larry Handyman for possession of methamphetamine for sales, possession of counterfeit money, and violation of probation. #notonourwatch #CHPD #drugsoffthestreets https://t.co/f0pCcoFnRR
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Join us this Friday for dinner and dancing at Taste of Citrus Heights! A portion of ticket proceeds go to CHPD training for officers and their families to provide tools for mental wellness during traumatic events in the line of duty. https://t.co/ZyzBqWqgfI