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Trio of late-night shootings in Lodi believed to be related, police say

LODI, Calif. — The Lodi Police Department is looking for answers as they investigate three separate shootings from Friday night that they believe are related.

The shootings date back to June 25 after 10 p.m. Police said the first shooting saw a vehicle shot in the Harold and Garfield Streets area, and the second shooting saw a gunshot go through the rear window of a home on the 500 block of East Walnut Street.

Police said people were inside the home was the shooting happened, but no one was hurt. According to police, the home didn't appear to be the intended target.

The third shooting sent a 21-year-old man to the hospital. Police responded to Lodi Memorial Hospital around 10:13 p.m. for the reported shooting but said the victim wouldn't share details about where the shooting happened.

The victim was transferred to another hospital in the area where police said he listed as being in "stable condition."

"Due to the proximity of the call locations and the time in which all three were reported, it is believed they are all related," Lodi Police Department said on Facebook. 

Anyone with information related to these incidents can contact LPD at (209) 333-6727 or Officer Perez at [email protected]

Sours: https://www.abc10.com/article/news/crime/three-lodi-shootings/103-0a9c1be7-3fa9-4458-b3cf-4373477ef3e1

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Lodi Police Department
108 Ainsworth Street
Lodi, Ohio, 44254

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About the Lodi Police Department

The Lodi Police Department, located in Lodi, Ohio is a law enforcement agency that has been granted specific police powers in Medina County. The primary function of the Police Department is deterring crime, stopping crimes in progress, investigating crimes, and serving as first responders for emergencies and situations that threaten public safety.

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Class Title: Lead Dispatcher/Jailer
Bargaining Unit:Police Dispatchers
Class Code: 6420
Salary: $30.69 - $37.31 Hourly
$2,455.40 - $2,984.55 Biweekly
$5,320.04 - $6,466.52 Monthly
$63,840.42 - $77,598.27 Annually

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Job descriptions are intended to present a broad and general range of duties which includes, purpose, responsibilities, and scope of work. Job descriptions are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job.

Under general direction, receives 9-1-1 police, fire and medical emergency calls, answers non-emergency calls for public safety and other City departments using independent judgment in often sensitive situations; performs a variety of non-sworn office duties in support of law enforcement activities; provides lead direction and training to Dispatchers.

This position provides indirect/functional direction over Dispatcher/Jailers. Reports directly to the Dispatch Supervisor, and receives direction from other assigned staff.
 Examples of Duties:
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Under general direction, receives 9-1-1 police, fire and medical emergency calls, answers non-emergency calls for public safety and other City departments using independent judgment in often sensitive situations; performs a variety of non-sworn office duties in support of law enforcement activities; provides lead direction and training to Dispatchers.

Provide a variety of staff and administrative assistance related to the dispatch center; work with supervisory and management staff to resolve issues related to dispatch; perform special projects as assigned including research and scheduling training opportunities and developing dispatch related policies and procedures.

Coordinates activities of dispatch center within the department and with outside agencies; briefs on-coming Dispatcher/Jailers of shift activity. Reviews existing policies and procedures and recommends new or revised procedures where appropriate; makes budgetary recommendations; completes administrative duties as assigned; prepares written reports of incidents, informational memos, and business letters. Performs minor troubleshooting and repairs of communication equipment; inventory's and maintains supplies for Dispatch Center and Jail.

Answers emergency and non-emergency telephones and conducts interviews with callers to determine the nature of call, priority and appropriate response and/or action and dispatches police, fire or other emergency units as necessary and in accordance with established guidelines.

Maintains contact with all units on assignment; maintains status and location of police field units; coordinates emergency calls and relays information and assistance requests involving other public safety agencies.

Enters, updates and retrieves information from computer networks relating to wanted persons, stolen property, vehicle registration and other information; answers all incoming phone calls; screen calls and routes as appropriate; waits on public.

Processes and handles prisoners including, but not limited to: the booking of arrested persons; performing searches; taking inventory of prisoner's property; fingerprinting; and administering breath tests where applicable; monitors the activities of prisoners in City detention facilities; provides daily care of prisoners including feeding and medicating; maintains and enforces custodial facility regulations of the jail.

Establishes and maintains working professional relationships with allied agencies, departmental staff, and general public.

Perform other duties related to the operation of the department and the City including additional duties that enable the department and City to meet the diverse needs of its community.
 Typical Qualifications:
Knowledge of:
Operational characteristics of modern public safety telecommunications equipment including computer aided dispatch systems and multi-channel radio systems; operation of communication equipment, computers, and peripheral equipment including related software; geographic features and boundaries.

Methods and techniques of receiving, prioritizing, and dispatching emergency and non-emergency calls for service; interrelationship of local and statewide telecommunications system; recent technology in law enforcement communications;

State and local jail regulations pertaining to prisoner admittance, supervision and release.

First Aid and CPR procedures.

Recent technology in law enforcement communications; interrelationship of local and statewide telecommunications system.

Principles and practices of supervision, training and performance appraisal; policies and procedures of dispatch/jail operations and relevant departmental policies and procedures.

Ability to:
Under general direction, receives 9-1-1 police, fire and medical emergency calls, answers non-emergency calls for public safety and other City departments using independent judgment in often sensitive situations; performs a variety of non-sworn office duties in support of law enforcement activities; provides lead direction and training to Dispatchers.

Learn City dispatch codes, policies and procedures; memorize codes, names, locations and other detailed information; attend to multiple activities and sources of input simultaneously during stressful situations; work under pressure to obtain complete and accurate information from individuals who during emergency situations may be emotionally distraught, angry or difficult to understand; remain calm, analyze and evaluate emergency situations as required to prioritize calls and to anticipate/determine the needs of responding personnel.
Effectively operate the computer-aided dispatch system, display terminals, radio dispatching consoles, and associated equipment; read and interpret street maps;

Admit and supervise prisoners including physically escort/direct or restrain and control combative prisoners in the jail by the use of restraint techniques and handcuffing procedures.

Analyze operations and assess subordinate personnel assignments; identify performance deficiencies, recognize proficient/exceptional performance, and assist in the preparation of written evaluations for Dispatcher/Jailers; formulate and implement general orders, policies and procedures; set priorities and perform numerous tasks simultaneously.

Support policies and procedures of the Lodi Police Department toward the accomplishment of departmental goals and objectives; write effectively for the completion of reports, evaluations, and various other documents; supervise, train, direct and evaluate the performance of others.

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted during the course of work.

Work various shifts as assigned.

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted during the course of work.

Any combination equivalent to experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge's and abilities would be qualifying. A typical combination is:

Equivalent to completion of high school.

Two years of experience performing the duties equivalent to the Dispatcher/Jailer in the City of Lodi; successful completion of the P.O.S.T. basic dispatch course highly desirable.

Possession of an appropriate, valid Driver's License from the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

Environment: Work is performed in an office and emergency services dispatch center setting with extensive public contact; incumbents are required to work evening, night, weekend, and holiday shifts; incumbents may be called back or held over to maintain staffing levels.

Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office and emergency dispatch center setting; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.

Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction.

Hearing: Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.

 Supplemental Information:

Interested applicants must submit an online application at www.lodi.gov.  No paper applications will be accepted.  For technical difficulties with your online application, please call the Neogov helpline at 855-524-5627.

Telephone: 209-333-6704.  Persons with hearing impairment, please call the California Relay Service 7-1-1.

Selection Process: Only the best qualified applicants will be invited to continue in the recruitment process.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER - The City of Lodi is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of fair employment practices regardless of race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex or sexual orientation, marital status, age, mental or physical disability or perceived disability, medical condition, pregnancy, political affiliation or belief, or other unlawful discrimination.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITY ACT - In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the City of Lodi provides reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities. Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations must contact the Human Resources Division upon application submittal to confirm the request.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION - City of Lodi is authorized and required by the state of California to access Local, State, and/or Federal criminal history as part of the testing process. This process can be completed by initial fingerprinting and/or a full Background investigation pursuant to Penal Code §11105(b)(10), §11105.3, §13300(b)(10); Education Code §10911.5; Public Resources Code §5164) and in compliance with the City of Lodi's Fingerprinting Policy ad Procedure. As a future employee or volunteer, you are required to be fingerprinted and processed through the Department of Justice and cleared before you can start. All information obtained will be kept in strict confidentiality.

HIRING PROCEDURE - Applicants must possess the minimum qualifications by the final filing date. Eligible lists are established upon successful completion of the selection process. The candidates must be successful in each part of the testing. To fill each vacancy the hiring department will request names to be certified from the eligible list and will make a selection from this certification list.

CONDITIONAL JOB OFFERS - Conditional job offers are subject to successful completion of a medical drug screen and/or physical. Candidates should not quit or give notice to their current employer until final notification has been awarded by the Human Resources Division.

MEDICAL-DRUG SCREENING – All positions may be subject to a physical or drug screen issued by a qualified medical physician assigned by the Human Resources Division. Under the requirements of the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988, the City of Lodi has been designated as a drug-free workplace.

APPOINTMENT - At the time of appointment all candidates will be required to execute an oath of allegiance and complete Form I-9 - Employment Eligibility Verification in compliance with the Immigration and Naturalization Act. United States citizenship is not required. All new appointees are required to successfully complete a probationary period of twelve months.


SALARY - The starting salary is the first rate shown on the job announcement. Advancement to the higher steps of the salary range is based upon merit in accordance with the Salary Ordinance and Rules for Personnel Administration. Eligibility for the first merit increase is effective after 12 months and for additional merit increases after one year intervals until the employee has reached the maximum step.

HOLIDAY, VACATION, SICK, AND ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE - Holiday - An average of 13 paid holidays per year. Vacation - 2 weeks paid vacation annually, increasing with length of service depending upon the appropriate labor agreement. Sick Leave - 10 days per year depending upon the appropriate labor agreement. Administrative Leave - Management/Mid-Management positions receive 80 hours per fiscal year, and specified professional/technical positions receive 40 hours per fiscal year (Pro-Rated).

HEALTH INSURANCE - Medical, Dental and Vision plans are available for employee and dependents. A portion of the premiums may be the employee's responsibility.

LIFE INSURANCE AND LONG TERM DISABILITY - The City pays the full premium for employee and dependent life insurance, and offers a long-term disability plan that provides up to approximately 2/3 of an employee's salary.

RETIREMENT AND DEFERRED COMPENSATION - The City of Lodi is a member of the Public Employees' Retirement System (P.E.R.S.). Lodi is not a member of the Social Security System except for the required medical contribution. Employees may participate in a 457 Deferred Compensation program.

FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT - Employees may participate in a Section 125 Flexible Spending Account.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This bulletin does not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions or job duties contained in this bulletin may include modifications pending labor agreements and/or council approval.
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Lodi Police partners with RAVE MOBILE SAFETY

The Lodi Police Department has partnered with Rave Mobile Safety as our emergency alert system source. This replaces our Nixle Alerts System, which will no longer be used after December 31st, 2020. By signing up for a FREE account, you will be able to customize and control all your notifications, and opt in for text, email, voice/reverse 911 notifications, and more. After registration, download the accompanying FREE Smart911 app, to further enhance your experience. From there, you can fully customize your alerts, enter emergency contact info, medications, medical conditions, and can be shared, at your choosing, with first responders if you dialed 911 from your smart phone. Join us for this new age in advanced alerting, and don’t miss out on anything happening in town. Sign up for FREE today by clicking the picture at the top of our page!!! 


The Lodi Police Department utilizes Body Worn Cameras. An example of the camera and location are depicted below:

Sample of the body worn camera model and location

This new program honors our deceased Lodi Veterans by erecting a sign at the Walkway of Peace displaying your loved ones image, branch of service & years of service. This is free of charge to Lodi residents. More information can be found by following the links below.

military memorial application

military memorial announcement

Military Service Records Request / DD214

Per Directive 2018-06, links to assist non immigrants with temporary U and T visas can be found here:

T and U visa assistance

Per Directive 2021-06, below is the Annual Major Discipline Reporting Form that is utilized by this agency.


In accordance with the New Jersey Attorney Generals Office 2018 requirement that all law enforcement agencies must employ an early warning system to track use of force reports and ensure an early warning system, the Lodi Police Department has in place, an early warning system. Although this requirement is new, the Lodi Police Department has had an early warning reporting system in place for nearly 15 years. The system allows the department to document and track use of force reports and review them for policy compliance, ensuring the public that all officers act within the guidelines of state law at all times. You can review the NJ Attorney General’s requirements here: NJ Attorney General Use of Force Early Warning System Directive

In accordance with the New Jersey Attorney General’s Law Enforcement Drug Testing Policy and the New Jersey Attorney General’s Law Enforcement Directive No. 2018-2, this is official and required notification that the Lodi Police Department, an accredited agency, has a drug testing policy in place. To read more about the policy click here, 2018-21 LPD Drug Testing Policy 

New Home Security Survey available to residents!!!

Is your home safe? find out with a FREE Home Security Inspection and Survey by our trained officers.

Community Policing Unit – Home Security Information

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Lodi Police has been certified by the New Jersey Association of Chiefs of Police as an Officially Accredited Agency


The Lodi Police Department is proud to announce that it has been officially certified by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police as an Accredited police agency. 470 police agencies are eligible to seek accreditation, however, only approximately 140 have gone through this rigorous process.

Research shows that accredited agencies have 11 percent fewer police professional liability claims, 18 percent fewer worker compensation claims and 31 percent fewer auto liability claims. They also received substantial insurance premium discounts. Accredited agencies are better able to defend against lawsuits and citizens’ complaints, and provide objective evidence of the agency’s commitment to excellence in leadership, resource management and service delivery.

There are 105 standards that need to be met on a national standard to become accredited. The Lodi Police Department has accomplished this by the hard work and dedication of it’s members, its Accreditation Manager Capt. Joseph Quatrone, and Chief of Police Vincent Quatrone.  This accreditation signifies that the Lodi Police Department employs the latest technology, follows the rules & regulations set forth by the Chief of Police as well as the N.J. Attorney General guidelines and laws of N.J.

In an effort to promote awareness and child safety, the Lodi Police Department is giving away free gun locks to any Lodi resident with proper identification showing your Lodi address. In addition, gun locks can be obtained when you pick up your permit to purchase a firearm. 


Please see Records Division personnel to obtain your free gun lock.

The Records Division is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Locks can also be obtained on certain late nights at our records division. Please call to find out when these nights are, as they coincide with evening Municipal Court sessions, 973-473-7600, option 5. 

These locks are provided through Project Childsafe

Keep your kids, and entire family safe with a free gun lock. Thank you PO Delmonaco for bringing this service back to the community!

If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to schedule a car seat installation or inspection, contact Sgt. Dominic Miller or PO Keith Watts from our Traffic Division for an appointment. Both officers been trained and certified as a car seat installation technician by the New Jersey State Police through Safekids Worldwide, and can assist you in keeping your family safe. Visit our Traffic Division web page for more information and to schedule an appointment.

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