Message from Chief Scheider:
Members of the Roseville Community,
The past two years have been full of challenges as the pandemic, and civil unrest impacted our department and community. Despite the adversity, I could not be more proud of how our officers and staff continued to serve with the highest level of professionalism and integrity.
The Roseville Police Department remains committed to police accountability and transparency to build trust and legitimacy. We continue to update our transparency and data sharing webpage
to provide meaningful data and information about the department and operations. Over the past 18 months, conversations with our Multicultural Advisory Committee have helped shape and improve our policies and practices, to ensure we are meeting the community's expectations.
In 2021, we responded to or initiated 34,980 calls for service. The increase in catalytic converter thefts and stolen autos resulted in the addition of a grant-funded officer dedicated to holding offenders accountable for these crimes. This last year, we rolled out our Community Action Team, a newly formed group of five officers dedicated to working alongside community partners to find innovative solutions to the problems affecting the quality of life of all community members.
On behalf of all of the members of the Roseville Police Department, I thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to continuing to serve our community.CLICK HERE TO VIEW 2021 ANNUAL REPORT