The Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report

March 24, 2019 10:00 am · 6 comments

Clayton Police Weekly Activity Report – Friday, March 15, 2019 – Thursday, March 21, 2019

ACCIDENTS:

  • None.

ARRESTS:

  • Atchinson Stage Rd./Jeffry Ranch Ct.  Drunk in Public: Alcohol.  A Concord male was arrested after officers responded to a call for service.  He was transported to Concord Police Department for booking.  (03/16/19 – 2153 hrs.)
  • Tiffin Dr./Kenston Dr.  Petty Theft; Possess Burglary Tools.  A 25-year-old Clayton resident was arrested after officers responded to a call for service.  He was transported to Concord Police Department for booking.  (03/17/19 – 0556 hrs.)
  • 1500 Kirker Pass Rd.  Driving on a Suspended License: DUI; Probation Violation.  A 50-year-old Concord female was arrested after officers responded to a call for service.  She was released on her signed promise to appear.  Battery; Warrant.  Her 49-year-old male passenger from Concord was also arrested.  He was transported to Concord Police Department for booking.  (03/17/19 – 1815 hrs.)
  • Marsh Creek Rd./Regency Dr.  DUI: Alcohol.  A 65-year-old Oakland male was arrested after being stopped for Vehicle Code Violations.  He was transported to Concord Police Department for booking.  (03/17/19 – 2358 hrs.)

BURGLARIES/THEFTS:

  • Mt. Sierra Pl.  Petty Theft.  (03/15/19 – 0939 hrs.)
  • 5400 Clayton Rd.  Petty Theft.  (03/16/19 – 1824 hrs.)
  • Tiffin Dr./Kenston Dr.  Burglary: Vehicle.  (03/17/19 – 0556 hrs.)

VANDALISMS:

  • Center St.  (03/17/19 – 1554 hrs.)
walter whithe March 24, 2019 at 3:05 PM

What exactly does that mean “call to service?” What was the call? Someone calls and reports what that results in an arrest?

your answer March 24, 2019 at 5:05 PM

@ walter

from wikipedia:

Call for service

Calls for service generally refers to assignments that are typically distributed to public safety professionals that require their presence to resolve, correct or assist a particular situation. The calls are generally initiated by the public and relayed through the emergency telephone service (such as 9-1-1 in America, 999 in the UK, 000 in Australia and 112 across Europe, or similar) and divulged to the public safety personnel via a dispatcher by way of radio or some other telecommunication device. Generally, calls for service relate to the fields of the police, fire department and emergency medical services.

As it pertains to police work, when the call for service is broadcast over the radio, it is assigned to an officer who patrols the specific sector or beat within which the call for service originates. Once assigned, the officer must respond and issue some type of finality back to the dispatcher indicating the action taken in order to essentially ‘finish’ that particular call and prepare the patrol shift for the next call. Multiple calls for service may be assigned at once to several patrol beats and, depending on the severity or urgency of the call, multiple calls may be assigned to one individual officer or pair of officers.

One form of nomenclature for calls for service is a ‘job’, as commonly used in the New York City Police Department. To be assigned a ‘job’ is to be assigned with the task of resolving a call for service.

Julie Keith March 24, 2019 at 7:22 PM

There is a red car in the creek on marsh creek rd I called Clayton police and I was told it is the sheriffs dept ?why is the car still there has anybody even checked if there is a person in the car.. concerned person?

Amanda March 24, 2019 at 10:44 PM

@Julie, that car has been down there for a few weeks. Called CHP as that is their jurisdiction, they said they can’t tow it until water levels go down.

Amanda March 24, 2019 at 10:44 PM

@Julie, that car has been down there for a few weeks. Called CHP as that is their jurisdiction, they said they can’t tow it until water levels go down.

qwerty March 25, 2019 at 2:13 PM

I would like to learn something about the incident that occurred on my street where 4 Clayton police vehicles responded code 2, which involved a suspect fleeing in the dark of night, and resulting in the vehicle being towed. Citizens were called to the scene to retrieve stolen items. Haven’t seen that incident listed on Claycord, unfortunately.

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