Santa Cruz:

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Why Use This Site?

We find ourselves getting a lot of our daily information from social media sites.

On the whole, this is a good thing. It's what separates us from the PRC. A free, uncensored forum for the exchange of information, ideas, and opinions.

There is however a dark side to this media. Not everyone posting on these platforms are presenting accurate information. If left unchecked, inaccurate statements all too often become rumor and then repeated as fact.

The purpose of this website is to provide the public a one stop platform to verify, explore, and track factual information relating to crime and safety issues in the City of Santa Cruz.

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April Info & Alerts!

Santa Cruz Public Health: Coronavirus Information & Updates Here

SCPD's 2019 Uniform Crime Report is up. Find it
Here

The Sheriff has just published the Jails Report for February 2020 Get it Here

County SSP Monthly Needle Report for November 2019 is Here

County SSP Monthly Needle Report for December 2019 is Here

 

SC Regional 911 Calls for Service: SCPD for March 2020 are In

The City now has a web page to report on Illegal Camping, Found Needles, Bike/ Pedestrian Hazards, Graffiti, etc. "Community Request for Service Portal".

Here's the Link: CRSP  

Report RV's Camping in your Neighborhood to:
SCPD Vehicle Abatement 420-5863

  

Michael Todd of the Santa Cruz Sentinel nailed it! A MUST READ!

Downtown Santa Cruz has been/ still is/ will continue to be a very dangerous, unpleasant place.

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