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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, January 12th, 2019 at 3:03pm
APD Traffic investigators working a fatal auto vs pedestrian collision at Anaheim Blvd / Cerritos Ave. Expect detours until further notice. Avoid the area. @City_of_Anaheim #crash https://t.co/n5M9L4Hjmd AnaheimPD photo
Saturday, January 12th, 2019 at 2:16am
Today from 8am-12noon APD w/Anaheim Elementary School District & OC Dept of Education will be participating in a Threat Assessment/Active Shooter training at Betsy Ross Elementary School.
This training includes mock disaster scenarios with loud noises from shooting blanks https://t.co/wtAR1wVW89
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Friday, January 11th, 2019 at 4:15am
Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day–We are proud to serve as the lead agency in for the OC Human Trafficking Task Force. BE THE ONE #BT1 to get help. To report possible human trafficking call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888 https://t.co/iuj6QRXLBq AnaheimPD photo
Friday, January 11th, 2019 at 3:18am
Our APD family mourns the #lineofduty murder of @cityofdavispd Officer Natalie Corona last night. Ofc Corona-age 22, was shot & killed while investigating a 3-car traffic accident. She graduated & was sworn in as an officer just last August. Rest in Peace to our young sister https://t.co/zoJaOn6Shq AnaheimPD photo
Friday, January 11th, 2019 at 2:19am
We‘re registering bikes and fitting helmets this Sat Jan 12 btwn 10AM-2PM on the South side of APD (Santa Ana St.).

If you can’t make it, register your bike online at https://t.co/HpzVY20VxG. Bike registration is available only to those who live or work in Anaheim. #rainorshine https://t.co/nU8ZLe4wyz
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Thursday, January 10th, 2019 at 11:10am
Thanks for the fun photos @MaestraSaldivar -- Our officers love spending time with the students! #community #copsandkids https://t.co/A9HrunNZQg
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Wendy Saldivar @MaestraSaldivar
Look at Anaheim PD being super AMAZING to our Scholars during PE!! Community heroes inspiring our scholars!! @AnaheimElem @AnaheimPD @PonderosaPride https://t.co/Xcfk3eLH42
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Anaheim Police DepartmentMonday, January 14th, 2019 at 5:34am
As of last week, all students have returned to school from their Winter Break and as first order of business, our Anaheim GRIP program is helping program participants at several schools settle back in by helping them visualize and manifest their 2019 goals and dreams through the creation of Vision Boards.

Have you written down your 2019 goals yet?
#AnaheimGRIP #VisionBoards #GoalSetting #HappyNewYear
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Anaheim Police DepartmentSaturday, January 12th, 2019 at 3:48pm
Anaheim Bl is closed in both directions between Cerritos Ave and Palais Rd. This is due to a traffic accident. Please use alternate routes for the next 3 hours.
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Anaheim Police DepartmentSaturday, January 12th, 2019 at 4:30am
Today, from 8:00am to 12noon, the Anaheim Police Department, in conjunction with the Anaheim Elementary School District and Orange County Department of Education will be participating in a Threat Assessment / Active Shooter training located at Betsy Ross Elementary School.
This message is to advise our community that this training will include mock disaster scenarios, including loud noises coming from shooting blanks.
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Anaheim Police DepartmentFriday, January 11th, 2019 at 7:30am
Today - January 11th, is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day – We are proud to serve as the lead agency in Orange County for the OC Human Trafficking Task Force.
Slavery was officially abolished in the USA by the Thirteenth Amendment in December 1865, however, its forms still exist to date for modern slaves that can be of foreign nationalities or citizens of the USA.
Today’s victims are subjected to injustices of human trafficking, including sex trafficking, forced labor, involuntary servitude, forced marriage and debt bondage.

We all need to do our part by being aware of the signs to recognize & report to authorities.

What to look for:
• Fearful, anxious, depressed, submissive, tense, or nervous/paranoid behavior
• Lack of knowledge of whereabouts and/or time
• Signs of malnourishment, physical abuse or restraint, confinement, or torture
• Few or no personal possessions
• Under control by another person

BE THE ONE #BT1 to get help.
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger please call 911.
To report possible human trafficking you can also call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888

#humantraffickingawarenessday
#endslaverynow
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Anaheim Police DepartmentFriday, January 11th, 2019 at 5:47am
Our APD family joins the law enforcement family of CA in mourning the #lineofduty murder of Davis PD Officer Natalie Corona yesterday evening, (1/10/19).

Officer Corona was conducting an investigation at a three-car traffic collision just prior to 7pm. During the course of the investigation a subject opened fire & shot Officer Corona. It is not confirmed whether the shooter was involved in the traffic collision or just in the area. Officer Corona was rushed to a trauma center where she succumbed to her injuries and died. She was 22 years old. The shooting occurred just blocks away from the campus of UC Davis. Following the shooting, police issued a citywide shelter in place order during the manhunt for the shooter. The shooter was located in a house near the shooting where he committed suicide.

Having just graduated the police academy in July of 2018 – Officer Corona was just sworn in on August 2nd when her dad, a 26 year veteran of the Colusa County Sheriff's Office pinned on her badge. She had just completed her field training only three weeks prior to this shooting. Officer Corona began her law enforcement career in 2016 at Davis PD as a civilian Community Service Officer. She is survived by her parents.

City of Davis Police Department Chief Darren Pytel in speaking of Officer Corona stated, "She was a rising star within the department. And, I've known her for a couple of years. And, she started as a part-time employee volunteer. And, I can tell you that I haven't seen anybody work harder in a part-time capacity and be more motivated to be a police officer than Natalie."

Rest in Peace to our sister – taken too soon – whose dedication & willingness to serve will be remembered.

#NeverJustARoutineCall
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Anaheim Police Department added 2 new photos.Friday, January 11th, 2019 at 5:00am
We are registering bikes and fitting helmets this Saturday (Jan 12) between 10AM-2PM! Stop by the South side of the Anaheim Police Department (Santa Ana St.) to register your bike, have your helmet fitted, and obtain bike safety information!

If you can't make it, you can register your bike online at AnaheimPD.org. Bicycle registration is currently available only to those who live or work in Anaheim. Helmet fitting is available for everyone!

#community #teamwork #excellence #bicycle #safety #helmet