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Welcome to the El Cerrito Police Department

This website is a virtual portal providing insight into the services that we provide and our contributions to the community. While visiting this site, you will find a range of information and resources, and you will likely discover that while this website provides information, it also creates an opportunity for you to get involved.

Goals & Community Partnership

Our goals are to enhance the quality of life, seek solutions to problems, and foster a sense of security within the community. We can only do this if we truly partner with those who live, work, and visit El Cerrito. Please let us know how we are doing in achieving our goals and your thoughts about our website as we are reconstructing it to reflect a contemporary look and our progressive philosophies. Thank you!

Police Department Annual Reports


Community Alerts via Text, Cell Phones or Email:
 
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Online Crime Maps

  CrimeReports.com is a website where you can view crime information for our community. The El Cerrito Police Department contracts with CrimeReports.com to provide this information to the public for free.  Enter an address to see reported criminal activity in the area.

See it. Hear it. Report it.
Call Police Dispatch: 237-3233 (for crimes in progress)

Or, in an emergency, call 9-1-1


Please, let us know what you know.
You can help the El Cerrito Police Department solve a crime by providing information. You can either contact the El Cerrito Police Department, or use the tip line provided by Crime Stoppers of West Contra Costa County.

El Cerrito Police Department Tip Line:
510-215-4414 ext. 40 
E-mail Investigations

Crimestoppers anonymous tip line:
510-799-TALK / 510-799-8255

Vacation Home Check:
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Sylvia Moir
Chief of Police 
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10900 San Pablo Ave.
El Cerrito, CA 94530

Dispatch: 510-237-3233 ext. 2#
Emergency: 9-1-1

Admin. Office Hours
Monday- Friday
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Records: 510-215-4400
Fax: 510-235-6618
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