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HUNTINGTON BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT Address

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

Phone:(714) 960-8843

Saturday, April 21st, 2018 at 6:25am
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Saturday, April 21st, 2018 at 6:16am
Applications for our 3rd Annual Leadership, Education and Development (LEAD) HB program are due at the end of April. Don't believe how much these kids love our program? Watch this video and see for yourself! Apply here today! https://t.co/tAar3Bz2DQ https://t.co/2YvRSfSL2o
Friday, April 20th, 2018 at 3:20am
Press Release:
On 9-13-16, Detectives from the Huntington Beach Police Department began an investigation into four adult males accused of communicating online with a minor victim, whom they believed was... https://t.co/I6uiw0FePv
Saturday, April 14th, 2018 at 3:07am
Have you heard it's Dispatch Appreciation
week?!? We have been celebrating our dispatchers all week, and now it's time to make it Facebook official...

Dispatchers are typically the first First Responder... https://t.co/hfFdetd0E4
Friday, April 13th, 2018 at 9:49am
Four HBPD Officers were awarded at the MADD of Southern California’s 2018 recognition today for their efforts in making DUI arrests in 2017. The four officers made a combined total of 273 arrests in just one year! And Officer Huynh earned the top officer in all of the OC! 👍🏼🎉 https://t.co/6Rl2nukQ1r HBPD_PIO photo
Thursday, April 12th, 2018 at 2:53am
We are working with @crimewatchdaily to highlight a recent murder-for-hire case...stay tuned and watch your local listings for show info! #hbpd #behindbars #notinourcity https://t.co/UZjInBjQcD HBPD_PIO photo

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, April 21st, 2018 at 8:51am
Applications for our 3rd Annual Leadership, Education and Development (LEAD) HB class are due at the end of April. We are so excited to host this program again! Not only does it help our local teens learn how to become leaders in school, amongst their peers, and in our community, it also gives them a little introduction into what we do here at the police department. Don't believe how much these kids love our program? Watch this video and see for yourself!

Apply online on the City of Huntington Beach website. Look under Departments/Police/Community Programs.

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Huntington Beach Police Department added 4 new photos.Friday, April 20th, 2018 at 6:20am
Press Release:
On 9-13-16, Detectives from the Huntington Beach Police Department began an investigation into four adult males accused of communicating online with a minor victim, whom they believed was 13-14 years old.

It is believed the suspects utilized multiple social media platforms to communicate with the minor, including MyLOL, Snapchat, KIK, Skype, and Facebook. Detectives determined three of the males traveled to the Huntington Beach area where they engaged in sexual activity with a minor.

On 01-18-18, after an extensive investigation, detectives arrested Bradley Thomas Williams, 34, of Dana Point, and Sohrab Anaraki Pour Kamali, 33, of Topanga. Detectives served search warrants at their residences and collected evidence.

On 1-21-18, detectives from the Huntington Beach Police Department, with assistance from the Sacramento Police Department, arrested Christian Reid Palmer, 27, of Sacramento. A Search Warrant was also served at his residence and additional evidence was located.

On 3-13-18 the Orange County District Attorney’s Office filed the following charges against each defendant:

• Bradley Thomas Williams: Three counts of 288(a) PC [Lewd Act upon a Child under 14] and one count of 288.4(b) PC [Meeting a Minor with Intent to Engage in Lewd Conduct];
• Sohrab Anaraki Pour Kamali: Six counts of 288(a) PC [Lewd Act upon a Child under 14], one count of 288.4(b) PC [Meeting a Minor with Intent to Engage in Lewd Conduct], and one count of 288.3(a) PC [Contacting a Child with Intent to Commit a Specified Crime];
• Christian Reid Palmer: Seven counts of 288(a) PC [Lewd Act upon a Child under 14], one count of 288.4(b) PC [Meeting a Minor with Intent to Engage in Lewd Conduct], and one count of 288.3(a) PC [Contacting a Child with Intent to Commit a Specified Crime].

A warrant was also issued in this case for the arrest of Dwight Nicholas Castaldi, 42, of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Charges against Castaldi include four counts of 288(a) PC [Lewd Act upon a Child under 14] and one count of 288.3(a) PC [Contacting a Child with Intent to Commit a Specified Crime].

On 3-22-18, detectives from the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department took Castaldi into custody and served a Search Warrant at his residence. Additional evidence was collected at that time.

On 4-16-18, Huntington Beach Police Department detectives extradited Castaldi back to California where he is facing the above listed charges.

Detectives believe there may be additional victims who might have been contacted or solicited online by these suspects. If you have further information or know of potential victims, please contact the Huntington Beach Police Information Hotline at 714-375-5066. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous should call the WeTip Anonymous Crime Reporting Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentThursday, April 19th, 2018 at 12:19pm
It's National Volunteer Week! Here at the Huntington Beach Police Department, we simply could not do everything we do without the assistance of our more than 100 volunteers. Here's an interesting fact...these volunteers contributed more than 30,000 hours of volunteer service to our community in just the past year!

National Volunteer Week is a time for organizations like ours to honor our volunteers for their selfless acts of giving and recognize the impact they make all year round.

Not only do we have a Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP's) who conduct vacation house checks and help staff our front desk, we also have VIP's (Volunteers in Policing) who work at our front desk, man our substations, and help out with our Open House and other events. In addition, we have four Chaplains who provide such a great service to our department and our community that they recently won an Award of Merit for 2017. Finally, we have a very strong Search and Rescue Explorer Post, which provides officers relief and assistance for traffic control, in emergency situations like searching for evidence, event participation, and much, much more.

We are very thankful for each of our volunteers! If you happen to see one of them out in our community, take a minute to say thank you to them for all they do for us on a daily basis!
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentWednesday, April 18th, 2018 at 1:00am
“Turn Yourself In Tuesday!”

The HBPD CAP (Crimes Against Persons) Unit had investigated multiple allegations of criminal threats and grand theft that involved Rand. After the investigation was completed, Rand was charged and subsequently pled guilty to 2 counts of criminal threats and 1 count of felony grand theft.

After serving a portion of his jail sentence, Rand was released to OC Probation. Rand has failed to meet the requirements of his probation and the listed no-bail warrant was issued.

Ronald, call us and tell us exactly what you plan on doing. We can come get you if you would like.

#TurnYourselfInTuesday #TYIT #HBPD
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentMonday, April 16th, 2018 at 2:00am
Save the date for the 2nd Annual Search and Rescue “A Night to Remember” Fundraiser on Saturday, May 12th, from 4-8pm at the Huntington Beach Senior Center. There will be a dinner and silent auction.

The Huntington Beach Explorers are youths aged 14 to 21 that go through formal training in Police, Fire, and Marine Safety. Not every Explorer can afford the $400 for their personal equipment. The cost of the organization equipment, repairs and replacement is an ongoing challenge.

Please help us reach out to our future leaders and make it accessible to youth from all financial walks of life. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Huntington Beach Police Department added 5 new photos.Saturday, April 14th, 2018 at 6:07am
Have you heard it's Dispatch Appreciation week?!? We have been celebrating our dispatchers all week, and now it's time to make it Facebook official...

Dispatchers are typically the first First Responder any citizen comes into contact with in an emergency. They are the calm voice of reason that offers the hope of help to come. The work done by dispatchers impacts every aspect of how calls for service are handled in the field.

The expediency and accuracy of the information they obtain from callers can mean the difference between a suspect apprehension or escape, or a victim being located or lost. It is imperative that dispatchers operate quickly and compassionately, and think and work proactively to anticipate the needs of the officers and citizens they’ve pledged to protect and serve.

Dispatchers are an officer’s lifeline out in the field: coordinating resources, making notifications, running checks and getting help when and where they need it. When things go wrong, their hearts stop until that “Code 4” allows them to breathe again.

Things don’t always run as smoothly as both sides would hope – often bad radio reception, interrupted transmissions, or an inexplicable delay between a request and an answer – and communication can break down. The patience and empathy of our officers helps tremendously as they navigate the unseen to bring sense and order to a jumble of facts.

Not many have been in a dispatcher’s shoes and truly know what it is to deal simultaneously with both sides of an invisible equation, hearing nothing but voices, reading nothing but text, having no facial or body expressions to go off of, and no situational awareness beyond what’s happening in their headsets.

The stress level of our dispatchers can be tremendously overwhelming as they understand that their smallest mistakes can have deadly consequences. The dedication and professionalism of Huntington Beach’s dispatch center is proven daily when each member of our family is able to return home safely at the end of their shift.

We can't even begin to thank our dispatchers for all they do, even though as you can see in the photos many have been showering them with gifts this week (well deserved!). If you do need to contact the police department today, for the rest of this week, or even the rest of this month, please take a moment to thank them for all they do, and let them know how appreciated they are!!