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HUNTINGTON BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT Address

Huntington Beach Police Department
2000 Main St
Huntington Beach, CA
92648

Phone:(714) 960-8843

Friday, July 21st, 2017 at 9:28am
HBPD Youth Fishing Day 2017 was a big success. Almost as big as this catch! Our thanks to @hbpcf @shakapeople @HBDIGITAL @DanaWharf https://t.co/kGoWrj08Qg HBPD_PIO photo
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Friday, July 21st, 2017 at 1:29am
We were so happy to have Love with Lemons visit us yesterday. Thank you for your support of our brothers and... https://t.co/r3y3EXueDR
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Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 10:59am
Want the true facts about this article by the OC Weekly on heroin overdoses in HB? Head over to our Facebook page for more details. https://t.co/Zd9dhG1bf0 HBPD_PIO photo
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Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 9:17am
Today two new employees joined our HBPD family.

Tommy Higgs comes to us as a lateral officer from... https://t.co/TxjCWLdEFJ
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Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 12:45am
Turn Yourself In Tuesday!

This week, we are featuring Michael Pellegrino. Pellegrino started out in south... https://t.co/F4dKdyoBnx
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Huntington Beach Police Department

The Huntington Beach Police Department is comprised of 218 sworn police officers. Their careers range from Patrol Officers, Detectives, Narcotic Officers, Directed Enforcement Team, Neighborhood Enhancement Team, SWAT, Beach Detail and Air Support Unit.There are 134 civilian positions in the police department. Some of those are Parking Control Officers, Records Clerks, Communication Operators, Crime Scene Investigators and Detention Officers.These individuals are responsible for protecting over 200,000 residents and 11 million visitors to Huntington Beach every year. All 32 square miles of the city and 8.5 miles of beaches are patrolled by the police department using cars, quads, motorcycles, and helicopters.The Huntington Beach Police Department employees are committed to serving the community with honor.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentSaturday, July 22nd, 2017 at 6:23am
Join us on August 1 at Target on Adams for our 8th Annual National Night Out! There will be a free gift for the first 200 people that pre-register by July 24! RSVP to nberndt@hbpd.org or by calling 714-536-5933. We will see you there!
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Huntington Beach Police Department added 8 new photos.Friday, July 21st, 2017 at 12:15pm
Yesterday we held our annual HBPD Youth Fishing Day and were fortunate enough to spend a beautiful afternoon with several Huntington Beach kids out on the water. Our thanks to the Huntington Beach Police and Community Foundation, Shaka People, HB Digital, Friends of Rollo, and Dana Wharf Sport Fishing for making the day possible.
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Huntington Beach Police Department shared Love with Lemons's album.Friday, July 21st, 2017 at 4:29am
We were so happy to have Love with Lemons visit us yesterday. Thank you for your support of our brothers and sisters in law enforcement across the country. Keep up the great work Theresa Ann!
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Huntington Beach Police Department added 2 new photos.Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 1:48pm
The OC Weekly recently published an article titled, “Huntington Beach Leads OC in Heroin Overdose Deaths…But Police Don’t Think There is a Problem.” The article is full of inaccuracies and blatant misrepresentation. On behalf of our Huntington Beach residents, we believe there is a need to set the record straight.

On July 7, 2017 the publication painted an inaccurate picture of Huntington Beach where heroin is causing overdoses in our high schools and points out that the city leads the county in heroin related deaths with 42 deaths in 2016 due to opioid overdoses. This is false.

The 42 overdose related deaths in Huntington Beach in 2016 account for all drug related deaths, not just caused by opioids or heroin. This figure also includes suicides, undetermined causes, and those who passed away in the hospital. The Orange County Coroner’s Office provided the reporter with the “city of residence” of all those who passed away in 2016, not necessarily those that passed away in Huntington Beach. They also pointed out to the author of the article that the exact cause of the overdose could not be determined. The information was printed anyway.

Another concerning statement written by the OC Weekly reporter was this quote, “And others in HB freely admit the town has a problem. A 2016 FB post by Huntington Beach-based Orange County Recovery Services stated heroin overdoses in local high schools "have hit record highs" since 2009 because of the cut to public safety officials.” This is also false. The Facebook post actually states, “Drugs are running rampant in high school in Huntington Beach, CA.”

Out of the 42 drug overdose deaths with a Huntington Beach home address listed in 2016, 28 of those victims were over the age of 40 and NO overdose deaths were reported involving a high school student.

The Huntington Beach Police Department has always proactively enforced narcotics violations within the city, including going after those selling the narcotics. In the past year, we made nearly 400 narcotics related arrests. We are proud of the work done by our field officers, Narcotics Detectives, and School Resource Officers despite recent changes in state drug related laws.

The Huntington Beach police Department has reached out to the OC Weekly Editor and asked for the article to be pulled down or corrected. The editor responded to our request by striking out the word heroin and opioid, but made no other corrections. -HBPD
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Huntington Beach Police Department added 2 new photos.Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 12:17pm
Today two new employees joined our HBPD family.

Tommy Higgs comes to us as a lateral officer from Riverside County Sheriff's Department, and Regina Sanbrano is our new Records Supervisor.

Officer Higgs' wife Candace proudly pinned on his #HBPD badge, and Regina's sister Marcella held the honor for Regina.

We are happy to welcome both Tommy and Regina to HBPD!
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentSaturday, July 15th, 2017 at 5:38am
In preparation for the upcoming US Open of Surfing, we will be hosting a community meeting on July 26 at 6pm. Please join us to discuss this long standing special event in our community.