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The Placer County Sheriff’s Office is concerned with citizens’ personal safety and the protection of their property. In this regard, a number of crime prevention programs have been developed to reduce the potential for crimes against county residents.
A sergeant, ten deputies, and four community services officers staff the Sheriff’s Office Community Services Unit.
Child Safety Education & Youth
Learn about child identification, child safety presentations, gun locks, Red Ribbon Week, Ride with Pride, Safety Awareness for Elementary, and Walk to School.
Community Events & Annual Programs
Discover more about the Community Awareness Academy, Cops and Coffee, Cuddles for Comfort, Day with a Deputy, Office tours, and Prescription Take Backs.
Crime Prevention Programs
Here you can explore Business Watch, Identify Theft, and Neighborhood Watch.
Dispute Resolution (Mediation)
Mediation is a better way to settle differences than a costly and time consuming court battle, calling in an authority figure, or enduring an ongoing conflict.
For updates on our Community Events see our Facebook page.
North Auburn Community 5K Fun Run
This year's Fun Run will be held on Saturday, October 14, 2023.
No Trespass Letter of Consent
If you are encountering trespassing issues on your property, the Sheriff’s Office offers a “No Trespass - 602” program that allows deputies to respond to your property and address trespass complaints without you needing to be present every time.
Placer County Codes
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office is often asked about statutes and codes that relate to public safety. Many answers to safety concerns can be found in the Placer County Codes.
School Resource Presentations
Access information regarding cyber bullying, internet safety, site safety, and substance abuse presentations.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office Community Services Division offers a free program in which volunteers will check on your property while you are away on vacation, business, or attending family matters.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office assists with the Abandoned Vehicle Removal program administered by the Placer County Code Enforcement Division of the Building Department.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office continuously recruits for qualified volunteers who are willing to donate a minimum of 100 hours per year to support the mission and goals of the department and the community it serve through the Sheriffs Team of Active Residents Program .
Youth & Community Services Unit
Community service officers are available to make public presentations for organizations, community groups, churches and schools throughout Placer County on a variety of topics.
Community Awareness Academy
Placer County Sheriff’s Office Community Awareness Academy provides attendees a greater awareness and understanding of law enforcement’s role in the community. It will consist of presentations from various units and special teams as well as trips to the Placer County Jail, 911 dispatch center, and the air operations hangar. The academy consists of 9 sessions.
Ride With Pride Horse Camp 2023
This year's camp will be held June 13 -15. Signups begin May 9.
Tahoe Ride With Pride Horse Camp 2023
This year's camp will be held June 27-28th. Signups begin May 23rd.
July 26 - 29, 2022.