Welcome to Roseville POA

This website is dedicated to the professional men and women who protect the lives, property, and constitutional rights of the citizens of Roseville, CA. We hope the members of the Roseville Police Officer’s Association, and the citizens of this community find this website helpful and informative. We would like the website to serve as a tool to facilitate an effective means of communication between our valued members and the community we serve. Our goal as an Association is to ensure that our membership receives the tools it needs to better serve and protect the public, our children, businesses, homes, property, and the dream of a better future for our families. To help us better serve you and the community we share, please feel free to join our mission by participating in any of our events or donating toward our cause.


From The President

As President of the Roseville Police Officer's Association, and on behalf of our entire membership, we would like to thank...

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Charities We Support

Every year the Roseville POA donates time and money to numerous charities, groups and organizations locally and globally.

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Report A Crime Online

Submit a NON-EMERGENCY report immediately online. If this is an emergency please dial 911

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News Flash

Police agencies struggle to hire

GenericBlogPicLaw enforcement agencies throughout the region are having a difficult time placing qualified applicants in open positions within their departments.

The problem, they say, is not with the number of applications being received, but rather with the individuals applying.

Despite an already high fail rate associated with the difficult background check process, officials are seeing an increase in disqualifications for a wide range of positions.

Auburn Police Chief John Ruffcorn said he has had to draw officers from nearby organizations to fill employment gaps within his department due to the lack of acceptable options.

Many of the applicants barred during the background process are disqualified because of recent drug use, DUI arrests and

$6 million marijuana operation found near Atwater

potOutside a small rural house tucked behind almond orchards and a dairy farm, Merced County sheriff’s investigators on Thursday uncovered the largest marijuana-growing operation in the county so far this year, with an estimated street value of more than $6 million.“There are thousands and thousands of plants outside and more inside,” Deputy Ray Framstad said.

Deputies found two large gardens, estimated to be at least 3 to 5 acres, hidden behind particle-board fencing outside the home in the 9400

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About The RPOA

The Roseville Police Officer's Association was founded in 2002. The mission of the Roseville Police Officer's Association is to partner with the community and provide quality police services through community interactions that emphasize cooperation, professionalism and ethical behavior, and to create an atmosphere of safety and security. Our community policing approach helps keep neighborhoods safe by working side by side with our police officers. The Roseville Police Officer's Association is active in our community and many of our members volunteer their time to many local charities and the communities where they live. We proudly serve the community of Roseville. We are committed to the safety of our citizens and businesses, the security of their property, and to providing charitable contributions to those in our community who need our help the most. Currently we are involved with the Roseville Police Activities League (RPAL), Shop with a Cop, the California Peace Officer's Memorial Fund, and many other charitable organizations. For more information about the work we do in our communities please visit our website at www.rosevillepolice.org.