The Paso Robles Police Department has created the Police and Community Together (PACT) Program to promote community, government and police partnerships, implement proactive problem solving, and enhance the Department's engagement with our community. The goal for PACT is to maximize our working relationship with the community that will, in turn, result in improved police service.
As part of the PACT Program, the Police Department has divided the City into four areas. A patrol sergeant has been assigned to each of these four areas. The sergeant will be a point of contact and act as a liaison between the community and the Police Department. For more detailed information, view this map about PACT and the area Sergeants.
The Sergeants will manage the program and determine appropriate proactive responses, such as:
Collaboration with community members to address quality of life issues in their neighborhood
Coordination with other City departments
Crime prevention and public education efforts
Identifying trends and implementing long-term problem solving responses
Reporting a Crime
If you need to report a crime, call the Paso Robles Police Department Communications Center at 805-237-6464 or dial 911 if you are reporting an emergency.