Chief Robert F. Paoletti

Chief Robert F. Paoletti I am honored to be the Chief of Police for the City of Redding and commit to you that I will ensure the standards of this department remain high. We will continually seek to improve our performance and level of service, despite the challenges we all face.
 
I ask each of you to please drive safely as it is a great responsibility. The Redding Police Department will continue to work tirelessly to enforce safe driving habits, but it is ultimately a community responsibility. Safe driving prevents collisions, and the injuries they cause. Please drive the speed limit, obey traffic control devices and limit distractions while driving.
 
As resources have become restricted due to the economy, it becomes even more imperative for communities to communicate with the police department and each other. Neighborhood Watch and Business Watch programs are invaluable tools for bringing communities together in a concerted effort to recognize and report potential criminal conduct. Crime prevention is the key to our success at this time. We are not only challenged by reduced staffing levels, but also limited jail space and the negative effects of prison realignment. We can no longer take for granted the safety of our property. We must be diligent to keep a watchful eye for our safety and the safety of others.

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DUI/Child Endangerment Arrest

On September 29, 2016 at around 1:07 pm Redding Police responded to a report of a traffic collision that had occurred in the 1800 block of Conifer Ln.

Officers arrived and identified 28 year old Redding resident Brigette Nicole Bowling-Jordan as the driver of the crashed vehicle. Bowling-Jordan’s car left the road, struck a City of Redding power pole shearing the pole off, then struck a City of Redding electric box damaging it.

Bowling-Jordan had her two year old son in the vehicle when she crashed. No one was injured as a result of the collision. Officers determined that Bowling-Jordan had driven while intoxicated and she was arrested for DUI and felony child endangerment. She was booked at the Shasta County Jail.
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Shasta County's Most Wanted
Total arrests to date: 689

The following is a list of Shasta County’s Most Wanted for the week of September 25th, 2016. Each of the listed subjects has been convicted in court and has failed to appear at sentencing. Any person appearing on this list is urged to turn themselves in to local law enforcement or the Shasta County Jail.

Law Enforcement has partnered with Secret Witness of Shasta County to help apprehend these subjects. Secret Witness is offering up to $250 for information leading to the arrest of the subjects shown below. Any person with information regarding these subjects is urged to contact SHASCOM at (530) 245-6540 or Secret Witness at (530) 243-2319.
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