PO Box 4218 Vallejo, CA 94590
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Captain Todd Tribble Retires
The VPOA wishes to congratulate Captain Todd Tribble on his recent retirement from the Vallejo Police Department. Todd started his career in law enforcement in 1997 with the Concord Police Department and came to the Vallejo PD in 2003. He has worked in the Patrol and Detective Divisions and as a special task force officer with the FBI. Todd was promoted to sergeant and assigned as a Patrol supervisor and Professional Standards administrative sergeant. Upon promotion to lieutenant, he comman...

Press Release - Retirement of Another VPD Captain leaves PD Command Staff Depleted 
For Immediate Release July 1, 2022 Contact: (707) 644-3913-  [email protected] Retirement of Another VPD Captain leaves PD Command Staff Depleted Vallejo, CA – The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association is disheartened to announce the retirement of Captain Todd Tribble today. Capt. Tribble’s retirement means there are now three vacant captain positions and one vacant deputy chief position. This leaves only the chief and a single deputy chief to do the work of s...

Loss of Command Staff Under Shawny Williams Continues
The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the resignation of Captain Jason Potts. Jason resigned to take a position as the Director of Public Safety for the City of Las Vegas. He started his law enforcement career with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection as a border patrol agent. After several years, Jason joined the Vallejo Police Department where he has served his home town for over 22 years. Simultaneously, he also serves as a military reserve special agent with the C...

Vallejo 911 Dispatch Center On The Brink Of Nighttime Closure Due To Critical Staffing Shortage – Your Safety and Service Could be Impacted
For Immediate Release - May 25, 2022 Contact: [email protected] and/or (707) 644-3913 Vallejo, CA – The Vallejo 911 Dispatch Center is vital to the function and well-being of the community, and both the Police and Fire Departments.  Dispatchers field every 911 call and dispatch police, fire, and medical from this center.  On average, Vallejo’s dispatchers handle 400-500 calls per day and now routinely work with only two people in the dispatch cente...

Another Retirement
Corporal Travis Aspegren has retired from the Vallejo Police Department! We wish him well in the next chapter of life and thank him for his years of dedicated service to the City of Vallejo. Travis came to us in 2014 with years of prior experience from other agencies. He continued to hone his skills and training to become a member of the SWAT Team, Recruiting Team and an instructor in many de-escalation and force option disciplines. He was promoted to Corporal in 2018 and named Officer of t...

Scholarship Opportunity
The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association has a strong commitment to the youth in our community. As such, we award up to five $500 scholarships to college-bound graduating high school seniors each year. The scholarships are in the names of our fallen officers who made the ultimate sacrifice to the City of Vallejo and its citizens. We remember these officers by naming the scholarships after Officers Calvin Thacker, William Easson Jr., Jeff Azuar and Jim Capoot. In addition, we also recognize Li...

Vallejo Police Officers’ Association Seeks to Expose Instability within the Police Department’s Leadership and Its Influence on Rise in Violence
For Immediate Release                                             Contact: May 13, 2022                                                             (707) 644-3913                  ...