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Clearlake Police Department
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14050 Olympic Dr Clearlake, CA 95422
14050 Olympic DriveUSCaliforniaClearlake95422
(707) 994-8251clearlake.ca.us
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4 reviews
"...the nation's police departments do not learn how to actually COMBAT DRUGS..."
"The police department hires officers fresh out of the Police Academy..."
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James Davis
7 months ago
wow crack smokin neighbors on three sides, wake me up in the middle of the night for a week straight. My wife and I both work. These dopers suck. at lunch they are less than 5 feet form my front door buying dope/narcos. I call to get some info, and I can't even talk to a person. I pay my taxes,CLPD, I want some help. I feel threatened end I cant even talk to an officer unless I call 911! WTF!
Ava Woodvine
10 months ago
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John Moose
9 months ago
Terrible, horrible, dishonorable. The police department hires officers fresh out of the Police Academy, so often that every three to six months there are new (gangs of) police rookies ready to screw up our socially and economically struggling city. These officers do not understand The (US or California) Constitution and often will profile: non-white citizens 1st and poor citizens 2nd (black, Mexican, white). Then IF the police feel inclined to, they might do some police work, but only because the department knows that they have to do some actual work. The state of California has suffered tremendously because EVERY police department in our state has lost the the War on Drugs, but the Clearlake Police department is very neglectful because it chooses not to remove the cities drug dealers, yet has no problem arresting sick-dope addicted citizens and putting them in jail instead of a hospital. The citizens that the police department chooses to target are poor and often helpless. The city of Clearlake is a prime example of what will happen to California and the rest of the United States if the nation's police departments do not learn how to actually COMBAT DRUGS; instead this police department let narcotics run rampant through our neighborhoods and schools.
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A Google User
4 years ago