An Important Message from Santa Rosa Police Chief Ranier Navarro
The Santa Rosa Police Department, along with other essential City Service Departments, continue to follow enhanced protocols to protect our staff and community from getting sick from the coronavirus. However, even with increased safety precautions and education, two SRPD officers have tested positive for COVID-19. Both officers have received medical attention and are in stable condition. A third officer, exhibiting flu-like symptoms, has been quarantined and awaiting test results.
Healthcare workers, first responders and public safety officers will continue to do our part to try and keep you safe, but we need you to do yours. Abide by the Order and stay home – for yourself, your family, and all members of our community.
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To file a police report online: srcity.org/reportacrime
To call non-emergency/dispatch phone number: (707) 528-5222
In an emergency, please call 9-1-1
To read FAQs regarding the Police Department news, visit: https://srcity.org/3244/SRPD-COVID-19-FAQs
For more information on the City of Santa Rosa’s response to the coronavirus public health emergency, visit SRCity.org/PreventTheSpread.