Welcome Message from the Chief

On behalf of the members of the Red Bluff Police Department, I would like to welcome you to our Department web page.  Our agency employs some of the finest sworn and civilian staff in law enforcement today; men and women who serve our community with pride and integrity each and every day.  These personnel are devoted public servants who constantly strive to make Red Bluff a great place to live. 

The Red Bluff Police Department is fully committed to providing a high level of quality service to the citizens of Red Bluff as well as those who visit our City.  We believe in partnering with individuals and organizations to identify solutions to problems and embrace the concept established by Sir Robert Peel in 1829 that states, “the police are the public and the public are the police; the police being only members of the public who are paid to give full-time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the interests of community welfare and existence.”  It is our desire to work with our citizenry to decrease the impacts of crime and to continually improve our community. 

As you explore our website, I would encourage you to take a moment to examine our annual reports.  These documents will provide a snapshot of our agency and some of the statistical data associated with our work.  As you read through these pages, it will reflect a high level of activity and multitude of challenges as well as demonstrate the quality and professionalism of the members of the Red Bluff Police Department. 

I would also suggest you look at the “Areas of Responsibility” section of our web page.  Our city is divided into (5) areas of responsibility; each of which are overseen by a Patrol Sergeant.  This section of the website includes an interactive map that identifies the jurisdictional boundaries of each area of responsibility and identifies which sergeant is responsible for each area.  Feel free to email the sergeant who supervises the area in which you reside should you have questions or concerns about neighborhood issues or if you wish to learn more about programs such as Neighborhood Watch. 

In these challenging times it is more important than ever for our officers and citizenry to build trust and rapport that can lead to a safer and better Red Bluff.  Toward that end, please feel free to contact our agency to provide feedback or suggestions on how we can better serve you.

Sincerely,

Kyle Sanders

Chief of Police

 

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