5484 Dewey Drive Suite 235
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Public hours of operation:
8:00am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday
To report graffiti, email SheriffNorthGraffiti@sacsheriff.com.
Questions or Complaints
Community related questions or complaints in the North area can be sent by e-mail NorthPOP@sacsheriff.com .
The North Division – Dewey Service Center, located at 5484 Dewey Drive Suite 235 is supported with dedicated volunteers and is supervised by an Office Manager. The Service Center is open Monday through Friday 08:00am to 5:00pm excluding holidays. The Service Center handles reports of crimes not in progress or of a non-violent nature(volunteers will stop taking reports at 4:30pm), public safety education and tips to help prevent crimes.
The Crime Prevention Specialist may assist citizens in establishing a Neighborhood Watch Program. Neighborhood Watch may be established for both single family residential areas and multi-unit residential complexes. Our Crime Prevention Specialist may also assist businesses in establishing a Business Watch commercial business districts. Our Crime Prevention Specialist is also available to make presentations to community groups and schools within our division.
The Crime Prevention Specialist also reviews and makes recommendations along with the Sacramento County Planning Review Committee for Conditional Use Permits and Access Control Gates.
North Division Public Directory
Sacramento County Sheriff's Department Neighborhood Watch:
IS YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STRONG AND ALERT?
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH teaches you to:
- know our neighbors and look out for each other.
- watch for suspicious activities in our neighborhood.
- make the contacts and maintain the relationships that increase neighborhood safety.
- work together to increase neighborhood safety.
- know who to contact for emergency services, law enforcement and other public services.
- report suspicious activities and crimes promptly.
- Is a community-based program supported by the National Sheriff’s Association and offered by more than nine out of ten law enforcement agencies.
- Since 1972, has made a real difference in thousands of communities.
- Increases surveillance in the community.
- Improves crime reporting by citizens.
- Unites neighbors around a common goal for safety and security.
- Builds a base for correcting neighborhood problems.
- Prevents and reduces crime.
EVERY COMMUNITY MEMBER CAN AND SHOULD JOIN A NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
- Residents and businesspersons
- Renters and property owners
- Individuals and families
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH STARTUP MEETING [Meeting Flyer]
Crime Prevention Specialist
Sherrie Carhart at email@example.com for details.
The Community Service Center staff is facilitating a series of community meetings in your neighborhoods. The purpose of these meetings is to open the channels of communications between The Sheriff’s Department and the community, and to hear the concerns you have in your neighborhood.
The following meetings have been scheduled.
Your Sheriff’s POP Team will be still be available, but will be attending the Homeless Forum at Center High School on January 14th from 7pm to 9pm to answer your questions or concerns.