County Police

City of Hayward

Police Department - Crime Stoppers

20301 Skywest Dr

Hayward, CA 94541 - Alameda County

(510) 293-7197


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  • City Jail
  • Crime Investigation
  • Crime Prevention
  • Criminology
  • Crowd Control
  • Detective Work
  • Dispatch
  • Disptatching
  • Dispute Arbitration
  • Dui Checkpoints
  • Emergency Response
  • Extinguish
  • Extinguishing
  • Family Disputes
  • Fire Code Inspection
  • Firefighter
  • Fireperson
  • First Response
  • Hurricane Assistance
  • Hurricane Response
  • Jail
  • K9 Search
  • Keep the Peace
  • Keeping the Peace
  • Law Enforcer
  • Lifesaving
  • Maintain Order
  • Make Arrests
  • Military Police
  • Noise Violations
  • Officer of the Law
  • Parade Protection
  • Parade Security
  • Patrol
  • Peace Officer
  • Peacekeepers
  • Pet Rescue
  • Policeman
  • Policewoman
  • Prison
  • Prisoner
  • Prisoner Transport
  • Protect and Serve
  • Rapid Dispatch
  • Rapid Response
  • Rescue
  • Riot Control
  • Riot Police
  • Rioting
  • Search of Persons
  • Suspect Holding
  • Ticketing
  • Tornado Assistance
  • Town Jail
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