- Police Department
- Community Programs
Citizen's Ride-Along Program / Sit-Along Program
Our Ride Along program allows all citizens a chance to ride with an experienced on-duty officer on their regular patrol shift.
Community Oriented Policing (COP)
Community Oriented Policing is a revitalization of an age-old concept where citizens and police officers know one another and work closely together to positively impact social problems in the community and improve the quality of life.
Education Events & Tours
Paso Robles Police Department Officers are available to provide classroom education and demonstrations to schools, community groups, clubs and organizations. Tours of the Public Safety Center, home of Police and Emergency Services are also available.
K-9 teams are deployed on various patrol shifts and are also available for call out as necessary. The K-9 Program continues to promote an atmosphere of community awareness and positive public relations through programs and K-9 demonstrations presented for groups, organizations, and school children.
Neighborhood Watch helps build pride and serves as a springboard for efforts that address community concerns.
Security Camera Registration (SCRAM)
Security Camera Registration and Mapping - In a proactive effort to prevent and solve crime, we created a security camera registration and mapping (SCRAM) program to partner with our resident and business community.
The goal of the Traffic Program is to assist in the safe, smooth flow of traffic within our city. The Traffic Officers utilize a Community Oriented Policing - Problem Solving approach to traffic issues within the community.
Read about more information on how Youth Programs can provide classroom education and demonstrations in your school, club, or organization.
Volunteer Patrol Program
Community Volunteer Patrol Program members function first and foremost as the "eyes and ears" of the Paso Robles Police Department. Members patrol the city with CVPP’s own marked, radio equipped patrol cars looking for anything which may need police attention.