The Folsom Police Department prides itself on building proactive community partnerships and providing a high level of service. The dedication of the men and women of the Folsom Police Department and the support of our community contribute to Folsom’s ranking as one of the safest cities in the U.S.
See how our Community Crime Suppression Unit (CCSU) partners with community agencies and local developers to help homeless residents transition to permanent housing.
May 1, 2022- May 7, 2022
801 Calls for Service
Calls for service are incidents sent to officers by dispatch or incidents that officers come upon while working.
Arrests include felony and misdemeanor arrests and citations classified as arrests.
28 Traffic Collisions
Traffic collisions include injury, non-injury, and property damage.
106 Crime Reports
Crime reports are the number of reports generated by FPD officers and staff documenting a crime, missing persons, or other significant events.
1,970 Calls to Dispatch Center
Dispatch Center calls include 9-1-1 calls as well as calls to the non-emergency line.
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Folsom Police Department
46 Natoma Street
Folsom, CA 95630
To report suspicious activity, call the business line, and choose option 1.
Please note that messages are not monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Chief Rick Hillman