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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, March 15th, 2019 at 5:45am
Please drive careful this holiday weekend, and don't swerve out of your lane to avoid the butterflies! As sad as it is, the windshield is part of their circle of life... https://t.co/iKhGdHpasM HBPD_PIO photo
Thursday, March 14th, 2019 at 7:40am
The Every 15 Minutes Program concluded today at Marina High School. This program is designed to instill in high school students the dangerous consequences of drinking alcohol, drugged or texting while... https://t.co/H3OQ8diAWs
Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 at 12:21pm
We wanted to update you on the great progress of our newest Canine team member, who took to the streets in December. Canine Knight, who is a 1 ½ year-old Dutch Shepherd and his partner Officer Scott have... https://t.co/WbEO2ppodv
Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 at 2:22am
Yorktown Between Magnolia and Bushard is closed in all directions due to a traffic collision

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 DepartmentThursday, March 14th, 2019 at 10:39am
The Every 15 Minutes Program concluded today at Marina High School. This program is designed to instill in high school students the dangerous consequences of drinking alcohol, drugged or texting while driving. This program also challenges students to discuss the responsibility of making mature decisions while in high school as well as the future.

The first day started out with the “Grim Reaper” calling out students that were pre selected from the student body. One student was removed from class every 15 minutes and was followed with a reading of their obituary to their fellow students. At the same time, mock death notifications were made to the parents of the students that agreed to participate beforehand. This all lead up to a scheduled student and staff assembly.

A simulated collision as a result of a DUI took place on Springdale Street. The HBPD, HBFD and CHP handled the DUI investigation, treated the injured, made an arrest and transported the dead. With the help of the Huntington Beach Hospital and their staff, the injured were treated at their facility. The student DUI driver was booked at the HBPD Jail.

The selected students were later exposed to real life DUI collisions by the HBPD Traffic Bureau as well as the prosecution and sentencing process through a presentation by the OCDA’S Office. The goal of this program is to prevent drunk/drugged and texting while driving.

Side note. This program rotates yearly between the 4 high schools in Huntington Beach.

#Every15Minutes #HBPD #MarinaHighSchool
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentWednesday, March 13th, 2019 at 3:21pm
We wanted to update you on the great progress of our newest Canine Team member, who took to the streets in December. Canine Knight, who is a 1 ½ year-old Dutch Shepherd and his partner Officer Scott have progressed in training and have seen some action in patrol!

Knight was purchased thanks to a generous donation from local resident Jack Stratton, who got to visit with the Knight after they completed training. Mr. Stratton reached out to our department with the specific desire to help our canine program. We are grateful for your gift and we are sure Knight will make you and our community proud!
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentTuesday, March 12th, 2019 at 3:56am
PURSE/CREDIT CARD THEFTS FROM SHOPPING CARTS

Recently we have had a rise in thefts from purses and bags while customers are shopping at grocery stores. In most of these thefts, the suspects work as a team to distract the victim by asking a question about a product or food, while the other suspect steals the wallet out of the purse.

We received the following message from a recent victim.
“My purse was in the kids space of the cart...not zipped up. A middle aged lady with platinum shoulder length hair asked me a question while we were both looking down into the freezer section of the store. She acted like she didn't know the language.

Lady: "This cheese chicken?" I said, "No." I spent some time helping her find what she was looking for...this whole time my back is to the cart and head down looking into the freezer. A couple minutes later, after I found some frozen dinners, I found her chicken and cheese dinner. She waved me off...didn't care. I actually thought it was a strange interaction. Her accent seemed fake and her hair looked fake too. Anyway, a half hour later I'm at home eating dinner, and my bank calls me to ask me about some pricey transactions…”

If you have a purse or bag with you while you are shopping, please make sure it is secure or in your line of sight at all times. These suspect work fast and are skilled at distraction.
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Huntington Beach Police Department shared a link.Sunday, March 10th, 2019 at 2:59pm
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentWednesday, March 6th, 2019 at 6:52am
"Turn Yourself in Tuesday" is back as “Wanted Wednesday”

Andrew was previously featured in a “Turn Yourself in Tuesday” post last year. He had been contacted by the HBPD Vice Unit reference a possession of child pornography investigation. An arrest warrant was issued. Shortly after the post, Andrew appeared in court.

Andrew recently pled guilty to one count of PC 311.11(a). He was sentenced to 3 years of probation and registration pursuant to PC 290.

Andrew is no longer wanted at this time.

#TYIT #TurnYourselfInTuesday #HBPD
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentFriday, March 1st, 2019 at 3:18pm
Interested in a career in Law Enforcement? We are looking for highly motivated and driven young men and women to for our Cadet Program.

The Huntington Beach Police Department Cadet program introduces young men and women, ages 18 to 25, to the field of law enforcement. This is a part-time job in which the cadet must be enrolled as a full-time student in high school or college. Work hours are assigned around the student's class schedule. The Cadet program is designed to develop the skills and abilities of young individuals who wish to one day pursue a career as a sworn Police Officer. Cadets are provided with the opportunity to work a variety of assignments throughout the Police Department, including, but not limited to, the Front Desk, Sub-stations, Training Unit and Communications. Successful candidates, after one-year of employment, are encouraged to apply for the testing process to potential appointment to Police Recruit. Police Recruits are full-time, regular status employees (salary plus benefits package) and attend a local Police Academy.

Please click the below link to learn more!

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/huntingtonbeach/jobs/2366360/police-cadet-part-time-level-10?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs