Yes, the department has two K9 units, one for the day shift and one for the night shift.
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Property is oftentimes held by the police department for a variety of reasons including seizure as evidence to a crime, safekeeping after an arrest, found property, or the storage/impound of a vehicle. Depending upon the circumstances, the release of property will often require the approval of a supervisor and in all cases will be released by appointment only by contacting the Evidence & Property Technician at (626) 308-2855.
Authorization for the release of stored or impounded vehicles can be obtained at any time in the police department lobby and are subject to a $155.00 service charge (except recovered stolen vehicles), as well as additional storage fees imposed by the towing company.
Our lobby is open for police business 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For business with our Records Bureau and/or information on obtaining a police report, the Records Bureau is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5p.m.; excluding holidays. You may contact the Records Department via email at Records@SGPD.com
Yes, certain types of reports can be filed immediately online for your convenience that meets the following criteria: •The incident is not an emergency •The incident occurred within the City of San Gabriel •There are no known suspects In addition, you must provide an email address to file an online report and it is usually reviewed and approved by department staff within a few days. Once approved, a free copy will be sent to your email for your records. Please click the “File a Report” link to start the process and obtain further information on what types of reports can be filed online.