Atherton Police Department

The Atherton Police Department is partnering with Bay Area Cancer Connections in the fight against breast cancer. The police department will be offering a limited-edition police department shoulder patch with proceeds benefiting the non-profit organization.

The purpose of the department’s Pink Patch is to stimulate conversation with members of the community and to encourage public awareness about the importance of early detection.

To purchase a Pink Patch for a $10 donation, come to the Atherton Police Department Dispatch Counter at 83 Ashfield Road. Donations by check, payable to Atherton POA, are preferred.

In October, you’ll see Atherton police officers wearing the same pink patches on their patrol uniforms.

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Atherton Police Department reports on recent community meeting about residential burglaries

The Atherton Police Department issued the following statement to follow up with information  shared with the Atherton Community on 01/31/2019 at Holbrook Palmer Park: The Town of Atherton has had several residential burglaries over the past several months. In 2018, the Town of Atherton had a total of 22 residential burglaries. Since January 1, 2019, […]

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Atherton Police community meeting set for Jan. 31

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Atherton Police Department collecting toys for Selby Lane School

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Atherton Police collecting toys for Selby Lane School

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Spotted: Little tykes visiting the Atherton police station

Over the weekend two Atherton toddlers and their kid sister suited up in full police gear and came to City Hall to learn about their Police Department. Sergeant Kockler and Officer Dunphy gave the children a tour of the Police Department and of the Department vehicles. These little tykes learned all about the police motorcycles […]

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