1. News Flash_City Logo

    Statement from the City of Santa Rosa

    Response to Cal/OSHA Citations for COVID-19 and other health and safety violations Read on...
  2. News Flash_Call If You Can, Text If You Cant

    Call If You Can, Text If You Can’t

    The Santa Rosa Police Department is now offering Text to 9-1-1 services to residents to report emergencies who are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech disability, or who cannot safely call 9-1-1 in a dangerous situation. Read on...
  3. News Flash_Know Your Zone

    Know Your Designated Evacuation Zone

    While Santa Rosa is NOT currently threatened by any fires, we are expediting the release of our Designated Evacuation Zone (DEZ) map for large-scale mass evacuations, to clear up evacuation zone questions for City of Santa Rosa residents. Read on...
  4. News Flash_Public Safety Subcommittee Meeting_8.7.20

    Public Safety Subcommittee Meeting

    View details and information on how to participate in the next Public Safety Subcommittee Meeting set to take place this Friday, August 7 at 9:00 a.m. Read on...
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    Statement from Chief Navarro

    Response to the Sonoma County Commission on Human Rights Report Read on...
  6. Photo of Loud Speaker and Text Overlay of &#34Setting The Record Straight&#34

    Setting the Record Straight

    SRPD is setting the record straight and answering questions about "rape kits" Read on...
  7. SRPD Badge With Magnifier

    Update on SRPD’s Commitment to Action

    SRPD has created a new webpage to increase transparency and make policy information more readily available. Read on...
  8. News Flash_Nixle

    Changes to Nixle Communication Service

    Questions about recent Nixle alerts? Here's what you need to know. Read on...
  9. News Flash_WatchLIVE

    Watch Live at 3pm: Sonoma County Mayors & Police Chiefs Press Conference

    Mayors representing the nine incorporated cities in Sonoma County, along with local law enforcement Chiefs and Congressman Mike Thompson, are holding a joint press conference on Wednesday, June 10, 2020, in Sonoma County. 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...
  11. Santa Rosa Police Media Release

    Santa Rosa Police Department Stops Use of Carotid Restraint as a Use-of-Force Procedure

    Change Follows Ongoing Input and Discussions Between City, Police, and Community Leaders Read on...
  12. A Message from Police Chief Rainer Navarro

    A Message from Police Chief Rainer Navarro on his Commitment to the Santa Rosa Community

    Police Chief Rainer Navarro provides an update on some of the actions he has taken in an effort to move forward with collaborating and engaging with the community. Read on...
  13. Nixel Outtage

    SRPD Resumes Regular Usage of Nixle

    Previously reported technical issues with Nixle have been resolved Read on...
  14. A Message from Police Chief Rainer Navarro

    Chief Update (6.3.20)

    A message from Police Chief Navarro Read on...
  15. Santa Rosa Police Media Release
  16. News Flash_SRPD Updates

    SRPD Updates: June 2, 2020

    Due to service outages and message delays with Nixle, residents are being advised to follow this page for traffic and incident updates. Read on...
  17. May 31 Police Chief Message News Flash

    A Message from Police Chief Ray Navarro (6.2.20)

    Update from Police Chief Navarro regarding the citywide curfew, enforcement, and yesterday's protest. Read on...
  18. Santa Rosa Police Media Release
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    Mandatory Citywide Curfew To Begin June 1, 2020, At 8 P.M. in Santa Rosa

    City Manager Declares Local Emergency Following Incidents of Violence and Vandalism Read on...
  20. May 31 Police Chief Message News Flash

    A Message from Police Chief Ray Navarro about the May 30th Protests in Santa Rosa (5.31.20)

    Santa Rosa Police Chief Ray Navarro's message following May 30 peaceful protests during the day and damage done within the City during the night. Read on...
  21. SRPD Message 053120

    Important Message from SRPD: Planned Protest Tonight (May 31)

    SRPD calls for a peaceful protest in the downtown area, as well as asks local businesses, residents and protestors to plan accordingly, or stay home. Read on...
  22. Message from Police Chief Rainer Navarro
  23. Reporting Violations and Stay at Home

    Stay at Home Reminder from the Santa Rosa Police Department

    The Santa Rosa Police Department reminds the community to follow the Sonoma County Health Officer's Order to shelter in place to protect vulnerable populations and essential, front-line workers. Read on...
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    A Message from the Police Chief (3.30.20)

    Santa Rosa Police Chief Rainer Navarro discusses two additional COVID-19 positive test results for employees of the Santa Rosa Police Department. Read on...
  25. NewsFlash200326_PoliceChief_Edit

    A Message from the Police Chief (3.27.20)

    Today, Santa Rosa Police Chief Rainer Navarro announced two more police officers tested positive for COVID-19 after reporting the first three positive cases on Tuesday, March 24. Read on...


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.
  3. Send an email to srpdinfo@srcity.org
  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.


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.