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ANAHEIM CITY JAIL Address

Anaheim City Jail
425 S. HARBOR BLVD.
ANAHEIM, CA
92805

ANAHEIM CITY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 28
Inmate Capacity: 121
Year Constructed: 1963
Full-Time Staff: 30
Total Staff Salaries: $2,574

Phone:(714) 765-1900

Saturday, February 17th, 2018 at 12:00am
On scene with @AnaheimFire on an Amtrak vs vehicle collision at Orangethorpe Ave and Lemon. Traffic blocked both directions on Orangethorpe. NO INJURIES https://t.co/UNUwrjLVCJ AnaheimPD photo
Thursday, February 15th, 2018 at 9:16am
Protect yourself when riding your bike! Wear your safety gear! Here is a message from the APD Traffic Unit about bike safety.

#Community #Teamwork #Excellence #Bicycle #Safety #OscarElOso #Bike #BikeSafety #Helmet https://t.co/BbcYCYeNZx
Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 11:42am
Condolences to @Chicago_Police the #lineofduty shooting death today of Commander Paul Bauer while attempting to arrest a subject who'd fled from other officers. Commander Bauer is the 11th officer murdered on duty since January 1st, an increase of 140% from this time in 2017 https://t.co/3TXwKhERAX AnaheimPD photo
Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 8:44am
Thank you all -- Fullerton Police Department has advised that Skylar has been located. https://t.co/rDthwK9kSx
Anaheim Police Department
Anaheim Police Department shared City of Anaheim- Municipal Government's video.Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 at 11:58am
The effectiveness of the Anaheim Police Department is only as strong as our connections to those we serve.

As a city, we are taking the next step in community policing with the creation of the Police Review Board, Anaheim’s enhanced civilian oversight board.

The review board expands on the role of the Public Safety Board, which launched in 2014 as a two-year pilot program. In doing so, the Police Review Board will bring our department closer to the people and businesses we are sworn to protect and serve.

The new board will work closely with Anaheim’s independent external auditor, OIR Group, which has served as the city’s outside police practices adviser since 2007.

The board will work with the OIR Group and the police department on major incidents and provide a forum and process for community concerns and complaints.

Our department remains as committed as ever to working with the community on crime prevention, crime reduction, enforcement, investigations and outreach. We continue to strengthen our relationship with those we serve through openness, access to information and providing ways for the public to share feedback on police accountability.

The Police Review Board will bring further awareness of police services and operations and bring even stronger community ties, which are critical to preventing and solving crimes. We look forward to working with the new board and encourage residents to apply to serve as members.

We thank you in advance for help in spreading the word about applying for the Police Review Board. You can find links to a fact sheet as well as applications below.

PRB Fact Sheet - http://anaheim.net/DocumentCenter/View/18816

PRB Application - https://www.anaheim.net/FormCenter/City-Administration-10/Application-for-Appointment-to-Police-Re-137

Thank you again, and please feel free to reach out to me if you have questions. Together we can help shape the future of policing in Anaheim.

Sincerely,

Julian Harvey
Acting Chief of Police
Anaheim Police Department
City of Anaheim- Municipal Government
We are now accepting applications for the new Police Review Board.Help us shape community policing in Anaheim.More at Anaheim.net/PRB.
Anaheim Police Department
Anaheim Police DepartmentThursday, February 15th, 2018 at 12:00pm
Protect yourself when riding your bike! Wear your safety gear! Here is a message from the APD Traffic Unit about bike safety.

#Community #Teamwork #Excellence #Bicycle #Safety #OscarElOso #Bike #BikeSafety #Helmet
Anaheim Police Department
Anaheim Police Department
Anaheim Police DepartmentThursday, February 15th, 2018 at 7:49am
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Anaheim Police DepartmentThursday, February 15th, 2018 at 1:29am
Wishing you all a Happy Valentine's Day!
Anaheim Police Department
Anaheim Police DepartmentWednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 2:37pm
On this 44th day of 2018, we again are extending our condolences, this time on the 11th #lineofduty shooting death since January 1st. We grieve with our colleagues at the Chicago Police Department the murder of Commander Paul Bauer, today, around 2 p.m., while attempting to arrest a subject who had run from other officers. Line of Duty shooting deaths are currently at an increase of 140% over the same time last year.

Commander Bauer, age 53, was in the area after just finishing a training session, where other officers had attempted to conduct a subject stop on a man in connections with a shooting that had occurred several days earlier. When that subject fled, Commander Bauer, who was in the nearby area, observed the subject in the front of the James R Thompson state government officer building and attempted to stop him in a stairwell. The subject opened fire, killing Commander Bauer. The shooter was taken into custody moments later and the gun recovered.

A 32 year veteran of CPD, Commander Bauer joined the department in 1986 and had worked all across the city over his career, fro mthe South side to the specialized mounted patrol unit. His current position was commander of the busy Near North District. He is survived by his wife and daughter.

Rest in Peace to our brother, who during his tenure in the Near North District, was known for his dedication and speaking publicly abut try to rebuild trust in the community.
Anaheim Police Department
Anaheim Police DepartmentWednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 9:51am
Our belated & heartfelt condolences to the Westerville Division of Police in Ohio on the #lineofduty shooting deaths of two of their officers this past Saturday, February 10th. Officers Anthony Morelli & Eric Joering are the 9th & 10th law enforcement officers to be murdered while serving their communities since January 1st, 2018.

Officers Morelli & Joering were responding to a 911 hang-up call at a residence. They made contact with the residents of the apartment & were let inside. As they walked into the apartment, a 30 year old male subject opened fire on them, mortally wounding both officers. Despite their wounds, both officers were able to return fire and wounded the shooter, who was subsequently taken to a hospital & has since been charged with two counts of capital murder of a law enforcement officer. A second suspect has since been charged by federal authorities, from the ATF, yesterday for illegally providing the gun used to kill the officers to the shooter. The shooter was a previously convicted felon who was prevented from purchasing or possessing a firearm.

Officer Anthony Morelli, age 59, was a 29 year veteran of Westerville Police. He was recognized in 2012 as the Westerville Police Officer of the Year – “nominated & elected by his peers for outstanding actions & conduct over the previous year.” He is remembered by his peers as one who “Throughout his tenure, he has remained motivated, dedicated, and professional in the performance of his duties.” He was actively involved in supporting the Special Olympics torch run. He is survived by his wife, son & daughter.

Officer Eric Joering, age 39, was a 17 year veteran of Westerville Police. As a detective, Officer Joering was the 3 time recipient of the Exceptional Duty Award. In 2013, Joering was also recognized for his role in an investigation that led to the arrest of dealers with links to high-level drug traffickers in Mexico. Recently, Officer Joering had been partnered with K9 Sam & they had become frequent visitors to local schools. Officer Joering is survived by his wife and 3 young daughters and his K9 Sam.

Rest in Peace to our brothers taken from us – their dedicated service to the community & City Government of Westerville, Ohio will be remembered.
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