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  Welcome to the Walnut Creek Police Department Online

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In an Emergency, dial 9-1-1.
For non-emergency police, dial 925-943-5844

Walnut Creek Police Department
1666 N. Main St.
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Phone number: 925-943-5844

The Walnut Creek Police Department protects and serves the community through professional conduct and proactive enforcement of the law.

Integrity: By serving honorably and behaving ethically we uphold the trust of our community and our orgainization.
Professionalism: We, the dedicated and highly trained employees of the Walnut Creek Police Department, commit ourselves to superior community service.
Respect: We respect everyone with impartiality, courtesy and dignity while maintaining our loyalty to the community, our department and our profession.


is a growing problem not just in Walnut Creek but nationwide.  The Walnut Creek Police Department offers a bike permitting process to make it easier to identify the owner when a bike is found or recovered.  This service is free of charge and can be done at our public counter Monday-Thursday 8am to 5pm.  We have also partnered with the National Bike Registry (https://www.nationalbikeregistry.com/) which is a nationwide online database where owners can register their bikes, 24-7, and police departments can securely access the information to identify owners.  There is a fee for this service which is payable directly to the National Bike Registry, which is actually located in Emeryville. We would like to encourage you to register your bikes so in the unfortunate event that your bike is stolen we have one tool available to get it back to you. If you have any questions please contact our main police number at (925) 943-5844.


  If you have been a victim of a crime, click here to see the Victim's Bill of Rights - Marsy's Rights .

  Identity theft victims, and those looking for a safe and secure means to check their credit report should check

seful fraud and forgery information is available here.

If you are looking for a career change, we encourage you to take a look at what we have to offer.

Interested in the fine breakdown for traffic citations and crimes, visit the Contra Costa Superior Court Website 

  Crime stats
- The FBI has made available a website to build crime stats for many Cities and Counties across the

Walnut Creek Police Departments Regional Analysis and Information Data Sharing (RAIDS) Online Program 
The Walnut Creek Police Department is proud to introduce RAIDS Online as a tool for community members to get a better idea of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe! Take a look here and here!