Tag Archives: Arcata Police Department

Arcata’s new Community Safety Quick Reference Guide

City of Arcata ARCATA’S PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DEVELOPS COMMUNITY SAFETY QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE The City of Arcata’s Public Safety Committee has developed a Community Safety Quick Reference Guide; a resource for community members to access public safety and other services.  The idea for a reference guide came about during the work of the Public Safety

APD finds loot-filled traveler camp

City of Arcata PRESS RELEASE OFFICERS LOCATE STOLEN PROPERTY IN TRANSIENT CAMP On Thursday, Oct. 29, Arcata Police Department investigated a burglary from the 5200 block of Ericson Way in Arcata. During the investigation, it was discovered that tools totaling over $3,500 were stolen. Officers examined the surveillance footage and recognized the suspect committing the

APD Juvenile Diversion Program offers Parent Project and Loving Solutions series

Arcata Police Dept. ARCATA – The Arcata Police Department’s (APD) Juvenile Diversion Program is pleased to announce that registration for upcoming Parent Project and Loving Solutions online course sessions are open for enrollment. The Juvenile Diversion Program provides services to at-risk students and their families with help from Juvenile Diversion Counselors and a School Resource

APD hosts drug take-back event Saturday, Oct. 24

ARCATA POLICE DEPARTMENT HOSTS DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT On Saturday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m,. the Arcata Police Department will once again be one of thousands of collection sites throughout the country for community members to drop off any unused, unwanted or expired prescription medications as part of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s nationwide

Council poised to battle 5G tech to whatever extent it can

Electeds ponder roadside debris, hear APD reforms Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The City Council on Sept. 16 continued the Local Emergency related to the COVID-29 pandemic, as it does every two weeks in order to respond pro-actively, and to potentially gain reimbursements.  “There is still a significant threat to our community