Concord Police Department Programs
- The Concord PD uses Community-oriented policing to proactively fight crime before it happens. Residents and businesses work directly with sub-beat officers to discuss issues and solve problems.
- A page of information for victims of domestic violence, including how to recognize an abusive relationship and what to do about it.
- Downtown patrol officers work with business groups, City government, the Mt. Diablo Unified School District, citizens and other community interests to establish and maintain an environment that promotes safety and security for those who work at and patronize businesses in the downtown area.
- The Concord Police Department (CPD) K9 Program is the largest municipal law enforcement K9 corps in Contra Costa County, and per capita, one of the largest in the state of California.
- The PAL program helps bring youth under the supervision and constructive influence of responsible adult role models including police officers through a variety of sports, educational and recreational activities.
- Concord police officers, working on school campuses as School Resource Officers, play an important part in the City's efforts to prevent and effectively address youth violence.
- Many citizens are unaware that Concord has enforced a curfew law for the past 26 years. In 1995, the Concord City Council revised the "Youth Protection Curfew," and this page outlines those changes.