1. News Flash_SRPD Chief Recruitment

    Public Invited to Provide Input on Most Desired Attributes of Santa Rosa’s Next Chief of Police

    The City of Santa Rosa invites the community to take a brief four-question survey to provide input on desirable qualities and attributes the city should be looking for in its next Chief of Police. Survey will remain open until June 3, 2022. Read on...
  2. News Flash_Chief Navarro Retirement

    Santa Rosa Police Chief Rainer Navarro to Retire After 30 Years of Law Enforcement Service

    After 30 years of dedicated service to the Santa Rosa Police Dept, Chief Rainer Navarro has announced his retirement to city officials. Chief Navarro’s effective retirement date is planned for 5/2/22, allowing time for transition before his departure. Read on...
  3. News Flash_SRPD Auditor

    Santa Rosa City Council Approves OIR Group LLC as Independent Police Auditor

    The Santa Rosa City Council approved OIR Group LLC as the Independent Police Auditor at their Nov. 30, 2021 council meeting. Read on...
  4. SRPD Counter Hours

    Changes to Public Hours for SRPD Lobby and Front Counter

    Based on the departure and retirement of several Records staff, the SRPD Records Bureau is unable to maintain the same public hours while meeting legal and statutory mandates. New hours will begin Saturday, October 9th. Read on...
  5. News Flash_SRPD

    City of Santa Rosa Reaches Settlement with Cal/OSHA for COVID-19 Violations Issued Last September

    The City of Santa Rosa has reached a settlement agreement with Cal/OSHA for the four citations issued in September of 2020 to the City of Santa Rosa for COVID-19 and other health and safety violations. Read on...
  6. NF SRPD Annual Report

    Santa Rosa Police Department Releases Its 2020 Annual Report

    The Santa Rosa Police Department has released its 2020 Annual Report, which . . . Read on...
  7. NF_AlertTest-8.17.21

    Alert and Warning Exercise on August 17

    The County of Sonoma, City of Santa Rosa, and National Weather Service will conduct an alert and warning exercise on August 17 for select Santa Rosa neighborhoods and NOAA Weather Radio owners countywide Read on...
  8. News Flash_SRPD

    SRPD Releases Records Related to Specific Incidents of Use of Force from 2020 Community Protests

    The City of Santa Rosa Police Department (SRPD) has published records related to internal investigations of two specific use-of-force incidents that occurred in May and June of 2020. Read on...
  9. News Flash_City Logo

    Questions About Evacuation Tags?

    Read why evacuation tags are helpful in some communities, including rural areas, but are not utilized as part of the City of Santa Rosa's community evacuation strategy Read on...
  10. City of Santa Rosa

    City of Santa Rosa Unveils Santa Rosa Community Empowerment Plan, Starting Point for Ongoing Change

    The City of Santa Rosa unveiled a proactive plan to address Santa Rosa Police Department (SRPD) policies and practices through a strategic process guided with community input – the Santa Rosa Community Empowerment Plan. Read on...

IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 9-1-1

IF THIS IS NOT AN EMERGENCY BUT YOU NEED POLICE ASSISTANCE, CALL THE NON-EMERGENCY LINE:  707-528-5222

Santa Rosa Police BadgeINSTRUCTIONS FOR CITIZEN COMMENDATIONS OR COMPLAINTS

The Santa Rosa Police Department is committed to providing quality service to the community and welcomes feedback, including critical comments about employee performance.  If a citizen has a complaint or commendation, it may be made in person, by phone, by email or fax, and may be anonymous.  The following options are available:

  1. Mail or drop off a letter to the Police Department at 965 Sonoma Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA  95404.
  2. Call (707) 543-3559, (checked Monday thru Thursday, daytime hours, do not use for emergencies, see above)
  3. Send an email to srpdinfo@srcity.org (checked Monday thru Friday, daytime hours, do not use for emergencies, see above)
  4. Pickup a commendation/complaint form, in English or Spanish, from the Police Department lobbies.
  5. Download a commendation/complaint form.  Forms are available in either English or Spanish.
  6. If you prefer to file a complaint with someone outside the Police Department, you may contact the OIR Group LLC, at (323) 412-0334, or directly at this Link. Learn more about the Independent Police Auditor.  

INSTRUCCIONES PARA PRESENTAR RECONOCIMIENTOS/QUEJAS

El Departamento de Policia de Santa Rosa está comprometido a proveer un alto nivel de servicio a la comunidad y  agradece comentarios y criticas acerca del desempeño de sus empleados.  Si un miembro de la comunidad tiene una queja o un reconocimiento, se puede realizar esta en persona, por teléfono, por correo electrónico, o facsímile. No es necesario revelar su identidad.  Las siguientes opciones están disponibles: 

  1. Correspondencia por correo postal o dejada en persona a la siguiente dirección: Departamento de Policia de Santa Rosa, 965 Sonoma Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95404.
  2. Llamar al (707) 543-3559.
  3. Correo electrónico a srpdinfo@srcity.org.
  4. Recoger un formulario de reconocimientos/queja en inglés o español del área de recepción del cuartel.
  5. Bajar de la red un formulario de reconocimientos/queja en inglés o español.  
  6. Auditor Policial Independiente, OIR Group, (323) 412-0334, o www.oirgroup.com.