The Atascadero Police Department established the Service Area Program as a means to enhance community outreach, accountability and to give the public a single point of contact for issues and concerns. The program is designed to provide community members the ability to contact a designated Coordinator to address non-emergency, on-going concerns; such as graffiti or nuisance abatement, landlord-tenant disputes, general public safety and improvement in the quality of life.
We divided the City into five distinct geographic areas and have designated these regions as the A, B, C, D and E service areas. Each Area Coordinator is being held accountable for understanding the issues and concerns unique to their service area and for developing strategies and directing resources to solve problems and improve the quality of life for our citizens. We are always willing to meet with residents and business owners. You are encouraged to communicate with the Coordinator responsible for your service area via telephone or e-mail. The Atascadero Police Department is committed to working with you to improve the community.
It is important for our residents to understand that the Area Coordinator is not a substitute for dialing 911 in an emergency or for making a call to our dispatch center should a routine request for police services be needed.
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Service Area "A" All streets north of Hwy 41 and west of Hwy 101Sergeant Jeffery Wilshusen Phone:(805)470-3242 Email:
Service Area "B" All streets south of Hwy 41 and west of Hwy 101Sergeant Jason Carr Phone:(805)470-3228 Email:
Service Area "C" All streets north of Hwy 41 and east of Hwy 101Sergeant Robert Molle Phone:(805)470-3246 Email:
Service Area "D" All streets south of Hwy 41 and east of Hwy 101Sergeant Caleb Davis Phone: (805)470-3250 Email:
Service Area "E" The downtown area and business corridor on El Camino Real and Hwy 41. Please see the above map for boundaries.Corporal Keith Falerios Phone:(805)470-3244 Email:
Below are forms for submitting complaints and information to the Police Department.
The men and women of the Atascadero Police Department proudly serve the City of Atascadero, a beautiful Central Coast community with a population of approximately 28,000 occupying an area of just under 27 square miles.
You can dramatically reduce your chances of being the victim of a property crime by simply locking your car and closing your garage door. Criminals in most reported thefts in Atascadero gained access to their objective through unsecured doors.
Jerel Haley, Chief of Police
Atascadero Police Department
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