The Clearlake Police Department is committed to providing quality service to the community by responding to emergency and non emergency calls for service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The police department provides other professional law enforcement services as well including offender tracking and apprehension, crime deterrence, case investigation, evidence gathering, traffic enforcement and investigation, mutual aide to other law enforcement agencies and maintains order within the city limits of Clearlake.
The Clearlake Police Department is broken down into two divisions consisting of the Operations Division and the Support Services Division. Although Police Officers are authorized to enforce laws anywhere in the State of California, the Clearlake Police Patrol officers primarily patrol, enforce laws and investigate crime within the 10 square miles that encompass the City of Clearlake.
The Clearlake Police Patrol is overseen by the department operations commander, a Lieutenant directly under the Chief of Police. Patrol is supervised by four Sergeants who are charged with supervising 12 patrol officers and one reserve police officer. During 2012, the police department personnel were involved in 20,870 incidents, responded to 14,053 calls for service, authored 3,855 written reports and made 1,968 arrests.
In an effort to assist community members with problems in their neighborhoods, the city has been divided into problem oriented policing beats. Each of these beats has patrol officers assigned to them. The officers assigned to these areas are encouraged to meet with residents and discuss problems citizens are having in their neighborhoods and work in partnership to find a solution to the problem. In addition, Patrol officers are responsible for handling emergency and non emergency calls for service along with providing various traffic duties and enforcement throughout the city, Patrol Officers are generally the most visible personnel the Police department has.
Police Department Mission
The dedicated professionals of the Clear Lake Shores Police Department, in cooperation with the citizens of Clear Lake Shores, shall strive to provide a safe, secure, and viable community through:
- The protection of the fundamental rights of all people
- Open communication and alliance with citizens
- The promotion of pride and trust through the continual performance of responsibility, honesty, integrity, and discipline
- Active recruitment, development, and retention of qualified personnel
- Proactive innovation to anticipate and meet the challenge of our changing environment
It is the duty of all Law Enforcement agencies and officials to keep the citizen’s we serve informed of legal updates and appropriate laws related to our communities. This message is provided in keeping with that spirit, and is presented to insure public trust and to create an environment of cooperation and mutual respect.
Senate Bill 30, which was enacted during the 85th Legislative Session, is titled the Texas Community Safety Education Act. It seeks to change citizen and officer interactions by standardizing the training received by Texas drivers and Law Enforcement officers. A link to this bill is provided, and citizens are encouraged to review the information contained there, so as to inform them of their rights, abilities, and expectations when interacting with any law enforcement officer.
Senate Bill 30: Community Safety Education Act
Along with this Act, I encourage you to review the information contained in the Texas Department of Public Safety Drivers Handbook. It will insure that you, the citizens, are well informed of your rights and duties while operating a motor vehicle upon Texas roadways and within our community. Please follow this link to access this information, and if practical, re-distribute the information to friends and family as well.
Texas Drivers Handbook
As the Chief of Police for Clear Lakes Shores, I encourage each of you to drive safely wherever you are. Be aware of your surroundings and follow all traffic signs, signals and warnings. It is my pledge to you that we will provide the most professional law enforcement services possible, and do our part to create a safe environment for all to enjoy.
Tracy B. Keele
Chief of Police
For non-emergency calls after hours please contact:
Galveston County Sheriff’s Office
Clearlake Police Department in Clearlake, California
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Clearlake Police Department Contact Information
Address, Phone Number, and Fax Number for Clearlake Police Department, a Police Department, at Olympic Drive, Clearlake CA.
- Clearlake Police Department
- 14050 Olympic Drive
Clearlake, California, 95422
Clearlake Police Department Details
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- Full Time Sworn Officers
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About the Clearlake Police Department
The Clearlake Police Department, located in Clearlake, California is a law enforcement agency that has been granted specific police powers in Lake County. The primary function of the Police Department is deterring crime, stopping crimes in progress, investigating crimes, and serving as first responders for emergencies and situations that threaten public safety.You may contact the Police Department for questions about:
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