The Milpitas Police Department currently has 85 sworn officers who work to keep Milpitas safe. The department aims to…More prevent crime and problems with the community by educating kids, teens and even adults through programs available to the community such as DARE and PACES. </p>
<p>Members of the public can <a href="http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/government/police">file reports online</a> for free for certain types of crime. They include: non-injury private property hit-and-run collisions, thefts, vehicle burglaries, lost property, vandalism, and vehicle tampering.</p>
<p>The Police Chief is Dennis Graham.</p>
Realty World One Source 1313 N Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas, CA95035 Realty World offers a wide range of home research services including home valuations, home buying/selling programs and…More community information regarding local demographics such as school and crime rankings through their <a href="http://homeresearch.com">website</a>. Further, Realty World One Source also offers property management for long-distance landlords to ensure rent collection and utility bill payments.
Tri-City Voice Newspaper 39737 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont, CA94538 The Tri-City Voice is a bi-weekly local newspaper serving residents in Fremont, Hayward, Milpitas,…More Newark, Sunol and Union City. The paper covers local events, local government, crime, entertainment, school boards and youth sports. The independent newspaper began publishing in 2002. The editor and publisher is William Marshak.
Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) addresses juvenile crime and incarceration in San Mateo and Santa…More Clara counties. FLY works with juvenile justice youth and those 'at-risk' of entering the system.</p>
<p>Incorporating cognitive and behavior therapy approach youth take a semester long law course and learn about the consequences of crime and how to make better behavior choices. They also develop assets and build skills in empathy, anger management and problem solving. Through these classes, FLY identifies youth who want and need additional support.</p>
<p>For one to two years, these youth work with a FLY mentor and a community of their peers to set and achieve personal goals. They create and execute service learning projects to develop the leadership skills they need to transform their lives. These teenagers also serve as FLY advisors, providing input on program design and improvement, interviewing and selecting volunteers and staff and giving feedback to system partners on how to increase their effectiveness in working with youth. <i><br /></i></p>