Police Observation Data
Another crime-prevention project has been the purchase of another Police Observation Device (POD) that the Police Department will install at a busy intersection on the boulevard. PODs, which the Sac PD has installed at various locations throughout the city, have cameras that record what happens in the intersection, as well as a license plate reader device that sends the license plate numbers of passing vehicles to a database that police can search by time, date and location. Police can thus detect criminal activity and track down any vehicles involved. The Sac PD installed a City-purchased POD a year ago at the intersection of Stockton Blvd. and Fruitridge Road. SBP paid for another two POD’s, which are placed at Stockton and 47 th Avenue and one installed where the Police Department deems it most useful for upcoming months. The three P.O.D’s on our corridor will aide the SBP in the area of focus on safety and security.
Safety on Stockton Meeting
The Safety on Stockton (S.O.S.) Committee meets once a month on the first Thursday of every month at 12:00 noon with local law enforcement agencies; the Sacramento City Police, Sacramento County Sheriff, California Highway Patrol, Sacramento County Prosecutor, Sacramento County Code Enforcement, and UC Davis Police. Discussions include how property owners can support law enforcement and methods to improve safety and security at individual properties, as well as, crime prevention and trending criminal activity.
California Patrol Operations
For the past 15 years, SBP has hired Patrol Officers to provide patrol services for the Stockton Blvd. Partnership with a focus on mitigating so-called “nuisance crimes” to aid in freeing law enforcement resources for more sinister crimes in our neighborhood. The program has grown substantially over the years. Initially, the service provided 40 weekly patrol hours. Today, California Patrol Operations (CPO) officers are touring our community for over 70 hours per week. To date, officers have responded to over calls for service by local merchants and patrons. This is 6000 calls that would have otherwise removed our valuable Police and Sheriff resources from their enforcement activities.
Your patrol officers are available between 11 am and 9 pm daily to as well as on call 24 hours/7 days a week to answer calls regarding suspicious persons, trespassers or other conditions which may impede your business or customers. Officers are committed to working in partnership with you and encourage you to call upon their services.
CPO dispatch can be reached at any time at 916-995-6493. When you call, please be ready to provide your name, call-back number, address, business name, a description of the event you are calling about, and a description of any person(s). This information is important to assist officers in quickly responding to and addressing your concerns.
California Patrol Operations and Stockton Blvd Partnership must have a “Notice of Agency” on file in order for the officers to trespass individuals from your property. Please print the the form below, fill it out, and send it back to us by fax (916) 454-6021 or by email to email@example.com.
SBP Supports Sacramento Police Department Bike Patrol
The Stockton Boulevard Partnership, the Property and Business Improvement District (PBID) along the Stockton Blvd commercial corridor, is collaborating with the City of Sacramento Police Department by sponsoring two additional police bicycles units for patrol along the corridor.
The Stockton Blvd Partnership values the opportunity to support the police and our community with these additional resources.
Sacramento Police will have the ability to deploy two officers, on bikes, throughout the Stockton Boulevard Corridor, for a distance of approximately six square miles. This coverage will include all properties and businesses between 2700 Stockton Boulevard at 2nd Avenue on the north end, to 6800 Stockton Boulevard at the south end.
SPD embraces the vision of “Making Sacramento the Safest Big City in California.” As a part of the vision, partnerships within our community are critical to crime reduction efforts and we rely on these partnerships to make Sacramento a desirable destination to live, work, and play. The Stockton Blvd Partnership is investing in the Boulevard with a share vision of Safety on Stockton.
Community Against Sexual Harm
The Stockton Blvd Partnership provided the seed money for C.A.S.H. and continues to support the project financially and with in-kind contributions. The C.A.S.H project was initiated in 2002 and came to fruition in 2007. The mission of the C.A.S.H. Program is to improve the lives of individuals victimized by, or at risk for sexual exploitation, violence, and prostitution by increasing their access to health and mental health education and services. C.A.S.H. accomplishes its mission by providing street-level outreach, trauma recovery services and assistance with referrals for substance abuse treatment, food banks, housing assistance, vocational training, and other basic services.
Our business corridor benefits from the C.A.S.H. program by having the prostitution activity eradicated from the area leaving the corridor feeling safe, clean and comfortable to employees, existing and potential customers.