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.
Members of the public can file reports online 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.
Milpitas Post 59 Marylinn Dr, Milpitas, CA95035 The Milpitas Post is a free weekly newspaper published every Friday, delivered to homes and various locations in the…More city. The Post covers local government, school board, crime, youth sports and events. In 2000, founders Mort and Elaine Levine sold the paper to Media News, the parent company of the San Jose Mercury News. The current editor and publisher is Robert Devincenzi, who started as a reporter at the Post. He helped author a book, Milpitas: Five Dynamic Decades, that chronicled the history of the city. A popular issue comes out each September featuring the Best of Milpitas Readers' Choice awards where individuals cast ballots for nearly 250 different categories.