The Seaside Police Department Authorization for Trespassing Enforcement Form is available for businesses which do not operate on a 24 hours basis, as well as for private properties which are permanently closed to the public. The form gives the police department the authority to enforce trespassing laws on private property while the owner/management is not present, per California Penal Code 602(o). The form is valid for a period of either one month, or one year.
One Month: When a business/property is normally open for business, but enforcement is requested during closed hours. This form will need to be resubmitted every 30 days.
One Year: When a business/property is completely closed to the public (No Trespassing signs are required). This form will need to be resubmitted every year.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE AUTHORIZATION FOR TRESPASSING ENFORCEMENT FORM
Please email the completed form to Sergeant Jorge Enriquez at: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can also drop it off at the Seaside Police Department addressed to Sergeant Enriquez.
Also, please contact Sergeant Jorge Enriquez with any questions or concerns by emailing him at: email@example.com
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You can fill out our COMPLIMENT form and turn it in to any on-duty supervisor at the Seaside Police Department. You may also mail in your completed form to 440 Harcourt Ave, Seaside CA, 93955. Click the link: /DocumentCenter/View/11918
You can contact any on-duty supervisor by phone, at 831-899-6748, or fill out a COMPLAINT form and turn it in to a supervisor at 440 Harcourt Ave, Seaside CA, 93955. You may also mail in your completed form (ATTN: Watch Commander). Click the link here for the form: /DocumentCenter/View/11920
There is no fee for a crime report. There is a fee for traffic collision reports. You can obtain a traffic collision report at the Police Department or by going to: www.veripicreports.com. To see the fees for accident reports go to the
If your vehicle was towed because the driver was unlicensed or suspended, then the vehicle stays in storage for 30 days at your expense (Vehicle Code section 14602.6). You can appeal the 30 day impound by submitting a written request to:
Seaside Police DepartmentAttention: Deputy Chief Louis Lumpkin440 Harcourt AvenueSeaside, CA 93955 Fee Schedule
Or call them at 1-866-534-4607
Visit the Department of Justice website to search for VISA/IMMIGRATION information and follow their instructions.