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Call the Records Section of the Police Department at 510-620-6675 to confirm the report is available. Reports are usually ready for pickup in about 7 to 10 days and cost $21 per report. Certain offense reports may not be released if the case is under investigation or there will be a danger to any individual listed on the report. No juvenile information will be given out.
Yes. We call this a "vacation home" and we like to know about them. Please call the Dispatch Manager Michael Schlemmer at 510-620-6660 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to report your vacation home information.
First, you will need to provide us with the vehicle license plate number or VIN. If you are the owner, you must have a valid California driver’s license. If the vehicle is currently registered, under most circumstances, we can issue a release ($172 release fee). You will be responsible for towing and storage fees to the tow company. You may also be responsible for administrative fees to the Richmond Police Department. There are specific Vehicle Codes and Municipal Codes that allow the Richmond Police Department to charge up to $425.00, depending on the situation. If your vehicle was impounded for driving without a license, and had been previously towed for the same violation, it can be held in impound for a period of 30 days. You will have to contact the Records section at 510-620-6675 *1, and you may have to speak with a detective to obtain a release.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday - Live Scan by appointment only 8:00AM - 10:00am and 4:00PM - 6PM.
To obtain one’s criminal history record, you will need to make an appointment for Live Scan. The Live Scan fee is $96 (please note this fee may vary).The Live Scan form may be obtained at the Richmond Police Department Records Section. Criminal history/record results will be mailed directly to you by the Department of Justice.
To clear a warrant you can surrender yourself to any police department. You may be issued a citation with a court date or be held in jail with or without bail.
Persons eligible to participate in the ride-along program are: 1.Officials of the City of Richmond 2.District Attorneys 3.Potential police candidates for employment 4.Richmond residents or business owners 5.Students who reside or attend school within the city limits A Citizen Ride Along Program Record form must be filled out and submitted to the Watch Commander in order to schedule the ride-along. There are specific requirements which must be met, and an Agreement to Assume Certain Risks and Indemnify the Richmond Police Department must also be signed. For further information you may contact the Watch Commander at 510-620-1801.
Explorer Program:To become involved in the Explorer Program you can contact Explorer Program Coordinator Sergeant Melgoza at 510-620-1598. You must fill out an application and mail it to 1701 Regatta Blvd, Richmond, CA, attention Sergeant Melgoza.
To obtain a restraining order contact the Contra Costa County Clerk’s Office in Richmond 510-374-3138 or Martinez 925-646-2950.
Public parking is available in the lot located in front of the building.
Check our webpage for the "Century of Service" page.
You can also call the West County Conflict Resolution Panel, which is made up of trained community service volunteers. This is a FREE service and will assist you in working toward mutual resolutions. The phone number is 925-687-8844 extension 301.
For a complaint: Submit a Service/Personnel Complaint Form. The form is available in the column at the upper left of the RPD Home page. This page must be printed out, filled in, and signed by the complainant. In the alternative, you may call the Office of Professional Accountability at 510-620-6664 or speak directly to the employee's supervisor.