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City of Folsom Police Department

Folsom Police Department Open House, October 17th

Learn how the Folsom Police Department protects and serves the community at the 5th Annual Open House on Saturday, October 17th.  Held from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., the event will feature tours of the station, motorcycle and K9 demonstrations, and horses from the Mounted Unit.  It's also an opportunity to meet Police Chief Cynthia Renaud and officers from the Folsom Police Department. 

Cynthia Renaud, Police Chief
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46 Natoma Street, Folsom, CA 95630
Phone: (916) 355-7234 Fax: (916) 985-

Law Enforcement in Folsom

Law Enforcement in Folsom

Public Safety is a top priority for the City of Folsom. The City’s Police Department traces its roots to 1950, shortly after the city incorporated. Today the department has a staff of 110, including officers and support staff. Together they are responsible for the protection and safety of Folsom’s 71,453 residents and many visitors. Department staff work in partnership with the community to protect lives, property and quality of life within Folsom’s many neighborhoods. Their success is measured by Folsom’s extremely low crime rate and also by results of a recent public opinion poll showing a 95 percent satisfaction approval rating from the community.


Through community partnerships, the Folsom Police Department is dedicated to ensuring a safe and secure environment that enhances the quality of life in Folsom. With community service as our foundation, the Folsom Police Department enforces laws and provides prompt services to those in need to demonstrate ethical care and concern through a commitment to service.

Comments or suggestions regarding the Police Department's web page may be directed to the Chief's Assistant, Rose Hart, 916-355-7234.

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