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Police Social Media

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The South Pasadena Police Department engages with our community on a variety of social media platforms. We post news releases, crime prevention tips, crime statistics, photos and videos, and human interest stories. We encourage you to connect with us!

Twitter For news, developments and latest info as it breaks, follow us on Twitter.

Facebook "Like" us on Facebook for a more robust SPPD social media experience.

instagramFollow us on Instagram to see photos of our activity.

NixleGo to Nixle and subscribe to us. You can elect to receive text message alerts, e-mail alerts, or simply view our content on Nixle’s website. Check out the SPPD Nixle page and subscribe to us for free.

Pinterest The adage "A picture is worth a thousand words" is especially relevant to law enforcement and the SPPD.  Come follow us on Pinterest.

YouTube We periodically post interesting and/or helpful videos to our YouTube channel.  Check it out.

Our social media presence is maintained by members of our Public Information Officer Team, but it is not a substitute for 9-1-1. Please do not use social media to report criminal activity that requires a police response. If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1. If you require non-emergency police assistance or want to report suspicious activity, please call our 24-hour dispatch center at 626-403-7297.