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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
Where’s the bait!? While in the area of Grand Oaks Blvd, Mr. King, who is a resident of Sacramento, found it! Unfortunately for him, he stole bait belonging to the Citrus Heights Police Department, and he was… https://t.co/Ys5Fn0gp6a
*Case Update* 5/15/19 at approx. 3pm, CHPD Detectives with Elk Grove PD assistance conducted a search warrant in Elk Grove. (23 YO) Suhrab Ghazi was arrested for attempted murder. There are no outstanding suspects in this case. #ThankfulThursday #workingtogether #notonourwatch https://t.co/WNxOeO4Xqm https://t.co/uvFVbGDK0o
Around 12am 3/13/19, in Sam’s Classic Burgers lot, an isolated stabbing incident occurred. 3 suspects were seen in a dark colored SUV resembling this one. Detectives are seeking your help. Anyone with info-call the CHPD Crime Tip Line 9167275524 & ref case 19-1895. #worktogether https://t.co/dX6GZgr67H
K9 Lucas may have been busy playing Jedi on #Maythe4th, but #K9Jack & #K9Blitz were busy taking awards at the #YubaCityPoliceK9 Trials! Out of 22 dogs, K9 Jack got 2nd place over all, 2nd in protection, & 5th in obedience. K9 Blitz took 2nd in agility & obedience. 🐶🐶💙💙 https://t.co/A2ITmwxb2e
Where’s the bait!? At approximately 3:40 AM this morning, while most of you were likely sleeping, Mr. Yannayon, a resident of Orangevale, was loitering in the Auburn Blvd / Rollingwood Blvd area and found it!… https://t.co/Me0cXhh4K9
It's #MotorcycleSafetyAwareness May! 🏍 The weather ☀️ is getting nicer & more #motorcycles will be out & about. We'd like to remind motorcyclists & drivers to take extra steps to be more aware of their surroundings & #safe! Click the link for more:
Where’s the bait!? While lurking around a residential neighborhood in the Lichen area, where he does not live, Mr. McCurdy found the bait - AGAIN! Mr. McCurdy attempted to flee from our patrol officers and was… https://t.co/1xED04xHeq
In May, we remember those brave men and women in law enforcement who gave their lives. Our officers will be wearing mourning bands until May 18th. Please visit https://t.co/VFgU4bbczy to see California's honored officers. 💙 https://t.co/IgCOeNDXew
😺 While Baby Blue got help, we ask the community contact us (916-725-7387) rather than abandoning the animal. https://t.co/TePWQhB8sI
To learn more about the 2 rescues mentioned, please visit their website:
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A citizen saw a box yesterday & found an abandoned kitten inside. ☹️ Luckily, our Animal Services Officers partner with groups such as River City Cat Rescue & Itsie Bitsie Rescue. #thankyou #RiverCityCatRescue who was able to take "Baby Blue" the box kitty! https://t.co/j1sbQfGgvg
Where’s the bait!? Mr. Rabe found it! Unfortunately for him, he stole bait belonging to the Citrus Heights Police Department and then tried to flee from our patrol officers. Mr. Rabe was quickly apprehended and… https://t.co/ooZ2WffgPU