Today we remember the sacrifice Vallejo Police Officer James Capoot made while serving and protecting the safety of the residents of Vallejo. Jim was murdered by a bank robber he was chasing in 2011. That criminal was ultimately arrested and convicted. Please take a moment to reflect on Jim’s life and his family today, as well all the other officers that have been killed in the service to their community.
A writing from one of our members:
Semper Fi Brother.For our new h...
For Immediate Release
September 16, 2022
VIOLENT CRIME SPREE WORST IN MEMORABLE HISTORY
Vallejo, CA – The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association (VPOA) regrets to shed light on one of the most violent crime spikes in recent memory that culminated in the shooting of a 10-year-old-child as well as a Vallejo High School employee. Our thoughts are with those impacted by the violence and we offers our condolences to the victims and their...
The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association is sad to announce the retirement of two more veteran police officers, but also want to congratulate both of them on their long and stellar careers. Sergeant Richard Wanzie (27 years of service) and Sergeant Daniel Acfalle (25 years of service) both recently retired with a combined total of 52 years of experience.
Sergeant Wanzie most recently supervised the Community Service Section (CSS) while Sergeant Acfal...
Vallejo Police Officer Memorial Run for Our Heroes
Monday, 22 August 2022
Vallejo Police Officer Memorial
Run for Our HeroesHonoringJim Capoot ~ Jeff AzuarCalvin Thacker ~ William EassonWatchman Toal
Hosted by the Vallejo Police Officers’ AssociationBenefiting the Vallejo Police Activities League
Registration is from 8:00 AM to 8:50 AM
Race begins at 9:00 AM
Information Flyer Here
Register Online Here
For Immediate Release
August 15, 2022
Contact:(707) 644-3913 ~ [email protected]
Another VPD Employee Calls it Quit
Vallejo, CA – The Vallejo Police Officers’ Association has become aware of the recent resignation of Police Information Analyst Brittany K. Jackson.
This is at least the fifth direct report hired by Chief Williams to resign since he became Chief.
The VPOA and the City just signed an agreement where a sworn (police officer) Public Information Officer (PIO) w...
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
Friday, 01 July 2022
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...