San Mateo County Office of Education 101 Twin Dolphin Dr, Redwood City, CA94065 The County Office of Education is an educational service agency serving all 24 school districts in San Mateo County,…More including the three in Redwood City: Sequoia Union High School District, Redwood City Elementary School District, and the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District. The office serves as the liaison between the California Department of Education and local districts. Over 9,000 personnel provide support and monitoring to school districts in: business management, financial auditing, data processing, payroll accounting, human resources, legal services, school district boundaries, state financial standards, and teacher credential registration. It provides Special Education Services, Student Services Division, and Internal Business Services.
Redwood City Child Development Center 2600 Middlefield Rd, Redwood City, CA94063 Redwood City Child Development Center is a non-profit organization offering child care services for kids ages one to…More five. It is funded by the California State Department of Education and features a curriculum designed to foster the social and academic development of kids through group and individual learning opportunities.
The Redwood City Police Department has 94 total sworn officers and numerous support staff dedicated to "providing…More excellent service with integrity and respect."</p>
<p>Services like the automobile seatbelt safety campaigns, sobriety checkpoints, specialized traffic safety operations, as well as alcohol-impaired driver awareness programs and bicycle safety programs for Redwood City youth are funded by awarded grants from the California Office of Traffic Safety.</p>
<p>The Police Department partners with other San Mateo County agencies to address illegal drug use and criminal and street gang violence. Members of the department also belong to the County Gang Task Force and the County Narcotics Task Force.</p>
<p>In addition to combating crime, the department fosters programs to engage youth and the community. The Police Activities League (PAL) serves to promote positive relationships between department members and the youth of Redwood City. The PAL program engages thousands of young people every year through sports programs, camps, counseling services and after-school programs. The D.A.R.E. and G.R.E.A.T. programs educate youth on the dangers of gang activities and drug and alcohol use to fifth through seventh grade students as part of the school program. The School Resource Officer program serves to create a safer environment on campus through early intervention with at-risk youth and juvenile counseling programs. </p>