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Elk Grove Police Department

Elk Grove Police Department
Abbreviation EGPD
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Patch of the Elk Grove Police Department.
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Logo of the Elk Grove Police Department.
Agency overview
Formed July, 2006
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction* City of Elk Grove in the state of California, United States
General nature
  • Law enforcement
  • Local civilian police
Operational structure
Agency executive Robert Lehner, Chief
Districts 6
Facilities
Beats 5
Website
Official website
Footnotes
* Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction.

The Elk Grove Police Department (also known as Elk Grove Police or EGPD) is the police department for the city of Elk Grove, California.

History

Before July 2006, the city of Elk Grove was patrolled by the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department under contract. The patrol cars were Sheriff vehicles painted with "Elk Grove Police brought to you by Sacramento County" lettering. In 2006, the city of Elk Grove decided to form its own law enforcement agency, thus forming the Elk Grove Police Department, and ending the contract with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department.

See also


References

  • Elk Grove Police Department
  • City of Elk Grove, California
  • Sacramento County Sheriff's Department

External links

  • Elk Grove Police Department Website

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