Weekly Statistics

September 25, 2022 - October 1, 2022 

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751 Calls for Service
Calls for service are incidents sent to officers by dispatch or incidents that officers come upon while working.

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22 Arrests
Arrests include felony and misdemeanor arrests and
citations classified as arrests.

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25 Traffic Collisions
Traffic collisions include injury, non-injury, and property damage. 

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Crime reports are the number of reports generated by FPD officers and staff documenting a crime, missing persons, or other significant events.

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1,769 Calls to Dispatch Center

Dispatch Center calls include 9-1-1 calls as well as calls to the non-emergency line.

For more information on our weekly statistics, please visit the Police Log

Transparency

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We at the Folsom Police Department have always prided ourselves on our relationship and partnership with our community. And we know, especially in the wake of the last several years, that many questions and concerns have been raised regarding what policing in our country should look like. 

We have heard the questions and concerns. We hope to provide information that will help our community understand how Folsom Police Department hires, operates, trains our officers, and is adapting to the changing world of law enforcement. 

We value the trust that our community has placed in us. And we know that the more we are able to share openly, the more that we will be able to connect, communicate, and work with our community. The information provided below is a summary of key topics and may change with time; be sure to check in and see what's new to the conversation.

Conduct and Complaints
Discipline Oversight
Hiring Process
Military-Like Equipment
Officer Worn Cameras
Policies
School Resource Officers
Training Materials
Use of Force