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Tracy Police Department


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Tracy Police Department

Service. Integrity. Excellence.

Welcome To Tracy PD

The Tracy Police Department provides law enforcement services for the City of Tracy, California. With a population of approximately 98,000, Tracy is a railroad town located in San Joaquin County.

105 sworn officers and 61 professional staff members make up the brave men and women that have taken the oath to protect and serve the residents, business owners, and visitors of Tracy. They are committed to providing the finest law enforcement services while upholding the values of the department; Service, Integrity, and Excellence.

The City of Tracy is located inside a geographic triangle formed by Interstate 205 on the north side of the city, Interstate 5 to the east, and Interstate 580 to the southwest; this has given rise to Tracy’s motto, now recorded on the city’s website: “Think Inside the Triangle”. Tracy is a growing community near the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley.

The town is very much a big city with small-town feel with a quaint downtown. We still hold homecoming parades downtown for every high school, and the City Council is very responsive to the needs of its residents. Their intent is to provide the Tracy community with basic and extended services that offer opportunities for individuals, families and businesses to prosper as they live, work and play in Tracy.

The makeup of the town is complex, comprised of long-time farming families, those who have migrated from the bay area to find affordable housing, born and raised residents, business owners, young entrepreneurs, and retirees.

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Tracy Police Department

1000 Civic Center Drive
Tracy, California 95376


(209) 831-6550

How Do I…

Our most frequently requested information can be found below. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please call our department at (209) 831-6550.


Crime Mapping

View current crime statistics for any area of the city.


Alarm Permits

Information about obtaining an alarm permit.


Animal Services

Animal services, adoption information and forms


Code Enforcement

Information and procedures for code enforcement matters.



Information regarding fingerprinting and LiveScans.


Pay Your Parking Ticket

Information and procedures for paying parking tickets.


Police Reports

Online police reports and copies of police/accident reports.



The release and retention of property and evidence.


Public Records

Public records act requests for information and documents.

Chief Sekou Millington

Chief Sekou Millington is the 29th chief of police for the city of Tracy.

Chief Millington has demonstrated his ownership of the mission to provide the Tracy Community with the police service they deserve, and more. His career highlights the fact that he is dedicated to serve and has earned his place as a leader both in the department and in the community.

With two decades as a police officer, Chief Millington began his career at the Oakland Police Department, where he worked numerous special assignments and rose through the ranks to serve in key leadership positions.

Tracy Police Department Chief Sekou Millington

Join Our Team

Hear what Chief Millington desires in applicants, and meet some of the officers of the Tracy Police Department.


Noble Profession

Law enforcement is respected by many.



You’ll earn a great salary for doing what you love.



Make a positive impact on many people.



Our benefits package is one of the best.

Our Bureaus

The operations of the Tracy Police Department are divided into three bureaus.

Bureau of Field Operations

Patrol, special enforcement team, traffic and community preservation…

Bureau of Investigations

General and specialized investigations, crime scene, and…

Bureau of Support Services

Animal services, communications, fiscal management…

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Come out for Family Fun Days at the Tracy Municipal Airport! 👮‍♂️✈️

There’s food, games, and fun for the family June 2nd and 3rd, 8 am to 7 pm!
🍩 Donut Dash is almost here! 🍩

Come by the Tracy Police Department on Friday, June 2nd, from 5:00 to 7:30 PM for packet pick up to avoid the race-day crowds! Please bring your ID with you for registration.

If you registered online, your shirt, bib number, goody bag will be ready and waiting for you at packet pickup on Friday! If you can't make Friday’s pickup, you can grab your packet race morning starting at 6:30 AM!

If you haven't signed up yet, there's still time! Use the link in our bio to register online (TODAY ONLY) or come see us during packet pick up on Friday evening or Saturday morning to register in person! We will have Venmo, Zelle, cash, and card payment options available.

If you are registering in person, we advise you to get here early to get your shirt size before the extra sizes run out!
UPDATE- Investigators from GIU gathered information that led to the arrest of Cesar Martinez, (18 years old of Tracy) and a 17-year-old juvenile. Martinez was arrested in Tracy by members of the Tracy Police Department’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) and Special Enforcement Team (SET) on May 31, 2023, around 7:45 pm.

Martinez was booked into the San Joaquin County Jail for murder, kidnapping, and carjacking. The juvenile was booked into Juvenile Hall for the same charges.

The victim of the homicide was identified as Rodrigo Padilla Diaz, (52 years old of Tracy). The investigation is ongoing and anyone with any information is encouraged to contact the Tracy Police Department.

If you have any information about this case, contact Detective Lissette Ortiz at or (209) 831-6569.

On Wednesday, May 31, 2023, around 08:00 am, the Tracy Police Department responded to a report of a suspected dead body on Corral Hollow Road south of Interstate 580 near the Tracy Hills construction site. Upon arrival, patrol officers located an unidentified male who was pronounced deceased by paramedics.

Detectives from the General Investigations Unit (GIU) and investigators from the San Joaquin County Medical Examiner’s Office responded and determined the male was the victim of a homicide. The incident is believed to be an isolated incident, and there is no risk to the community at large.

Investigators will be working throughout the day and night in the area. We ask drivers along Corral Hollow Road to watch their speeds for everyone’s safety. 

If you have any information about this case, contact Detective Lissette Ortiz at or (209) 831-6569.
On Tuesday, May 30, 2023, around 2:20 pm, the Tracy Police Department responded to a 911 call of shots being fired into a residence in the 400 block of Boleyn Court.  Upon arrival, patrol officers found evidence of a shooting in the area but fortunately, no one was struck by gunfire.

The Tracy Police Department Special Investigations Unit (SIU), General Investigations Unit (GIU), and Special Enforcement Team (SET) quickly gathered information that a suspect involved in the shooting was armed and inside a residence in the 3400 block of Mary Jean Lane. Officers surrounded the residence and were able to detain three juveniles without incident.

A search warrant was served on the residence and investigators were able to locate a firearm.  A juvenile was arrested for firearm possession-related offenses and booked into juvenile hall.  The shooting investigation is still ongoing.

If you have any information about this case, contact Detective Andrew Glover at or (209) 831-6607.
UPDATE: The roadway is back open. Thank you for your patience!

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Due to police activity Pescadero Avenue west of MacArthur Drive is closed. Please use alternate routes to avoid the area.

We will update you as soon as we can release further information. Thank you!

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News releases, crime prevention tips, department news, and more.


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