Police Department

City of Grass Valley Police Department

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The Grass Valley Police Department is a full-service, community policing organization.  The department is comprised of 44 paid positions including 28 sworn police officers, 7 reserve officers, 3 animal control officers, and several civilian support staff.  GVPD also has a volunteer program with 12 active volunteers who assist with police services.

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About GVPD

Mission Statement

The Grass Valley Police Department is committed to reducing crime and improving the quality of life in our community.

Core Values

Dedication – Excellence – Partnerships

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GVPD Divisions

The Grass Valley Police Department is committed to reducing crime and improving the quality of life in our community, which is why our police services include the following divisions.

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Services

The Grass Valley Police Department offers and array of online services, permits and forms for your convenience.

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Animal Services

Welcome!

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Crime Prevention

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GVPD Daily Logs

The Grass Valley Police Department Daily Log lists all the the Police Reports and Calls-For-Service taken by the Grass Valley Police Department during a 24 hour period.

Currently, the Daily Log postings will be updated daily Monday through Friday. There will be no updates posted on Weekends, City Holidays and some Fridays.

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Get Involved

Volunteer or join the team!

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Grass Valley Police Department offers introductory answers to frequently asked questions regarding traffic issues, forms and services of the Office. Click on a subject heading below to view questions and answers relating to your selection. Links throughout the answers will guide you to further information on our website or from other sources. Should you have any further questions, please consult our Contact page.

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Open Access

The Grass Valley Police Department is committed to fostering public trust through transparency.  The Grass Valley Community has an undeniable interest in being informed about how their police department conducts its business.  To that end, we strive to provide the most accurate information available in a timely fashion, especially when officers use lethal force or where the use of force by the police results in the death or serious injury of a civilian.

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Urgency Ordinance (Temporary Moratorium on Evictions)
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