Crime/Justice Dem

Police Organization:

“The city is broken into three different districts (Northern, Central and Southern). Each district is divided again into three smaller beats. Every officer in the Patrol Bureau, with a few exceptions, is assigned to a beat.”

View Map of Districts and Beats.

Neighborhoods where crime is regarded as the biggest problem:

Iron Triangle
Parchester Village
North Richmond

Police Station Contacts:

Richmond Police Station
1689 Regatta Boulevard
Richmond, CA 94804

Traffic Unit
1689 Regatta Boulevard
Richmond, CA 94804
Sergeant Andre Hill, Traffic Unit Supervisor

Investigative Services Division:
1689 Regatta Boulevard
Richmond, CA 94804
Lieutenant Shawn Pickett
ISD Commander

Robbery and Homicide:
(Day Shift)
Sergeant Mitch Peixoto

(Swing Shift Team)
Sergeant Lee Hendricsen

Property Crimes:
Sergeant Joe Silva

School Resource Officers
1689 Regatta Boulevard
Richmond, CA 94804
Sergeant Christa Cappiali
School Resource Officer Supervisor

Family Services Division:
Sergeant Brian Dickerson

Richmond Police Activities League (PAL): Crime prevention programs for Richmond youth.
2200 MacDonald Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804
Officer Larry Lewis
Executive Director

Crime Prevention Coordinator: Marie Reis, 510-236-4052
Crime Analysis Office: 510-620-6649, open Monday – Friday between 9:00 and 3:00.



John Eastman
City Attorney
City Attorney’s Office
1401 Marina Way South
Richmond, CA 94804

District Attorney’s Office: 510-231-1800.
Public Defender’s Office: 510- 412-4000.

Richmond Superior Court
100 37th Street
Richmond, CA 94805

Covers criminal, small claims, traffic proceedings, and some domestic violence, juvenile and landlord/tenant matters.

Clerk phone numbers:
Civil Filings: (510) 374-3137
Small Claims: (510) 374- 3137
Traffic:(510) 374- 3171
Criminal Calendar: (510) 374- 3156

Municipal Court: 510-374-3171 or 374-3800
100 37th Street
Richmond, CA 94805

Lawyer Referral Service sponsored by the Contra Costa County Bar Association:

County matters:
Superior Court of Contra Costa County

Organizations dedicated to crime and justice:

Internet Project for Street Peace at the Neighborhood House of North Richmond

Office of Violence Prevention Development Team- violence reduction strategies.


One Response to Crime/Justice Dem

  1. Jorge Lerma says:

    Greetings, I am in the process of better understanding the racial and ethnic make up of the Richmond police department and if it reflects the diversity of the city. Do you have racial ethnic statistics you could send me. I work at Bob cleanes at 777 23rd St and my e mail is

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