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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Bank Robbery

On Monday August 30, 2016 at 5:49 pm, officers from the Redding Police Department responded to a report of a bank robbery that occurred at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 830 East Cypress Ave.

Officers learned a white male suspect entered the bank and showed a note to the teller demanding money. An undisclosed amount of money was given to the suspect and he fled on foot from the bank. He was last seen heading west. An extensive search, utilizing the CHP helicopter and a Redding Police K9 was conducted, but the suspect was not found.

The suspect was described as being between the ages of 20 and 40, wearing a dark baseball hat, a red plaid button up shirt with a white tee shirt underneath, dark shorts that reached his knees, about 5’9” tall and thin. He had brown hair, possibly pulled into a pony tail, and was unshaven.

Anyone with information to help solve this crime please contact the Redding Police Department at (530)225-4200.
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