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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, January 20th, 2017 at 9:10am
Driving Safer in Wet Weather

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Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 10:00am
Protect yourself from email and phone spoof scams by looking out for warning signs. https://t.co/X03K5fr2KO https://t.co/t1gqlt1vfu HBPD_PIO photo
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Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 6:24pm
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Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 5:31pm
A thunderstorms the size of California is heading our way. Please be prepared for heavy rain through the weekend. Drive safe! https://t.co/vnhdA4q7Pz 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 DepartmentFriday, January 20th, 2017 at 12:10pm
Driving Safer in Wet Weather

Rain is expected for the next few days. Officers have responded to numerous accidents from rain related driving. People are used to driving certain speeds on certain roads, but need to adjust during inclement weather.

SLOW DOWN! It takes longer to stop on wet roads.

Leave room between you and the vehicle in front of you in case they quickly brake or swerve to avoid something you cannot see.

Turn on your headlights. The law requires your headlights to be on if your windshield wipers are on.

If there is more than one lane going in the same direction, stay to the inside lane as water tends to pool on the outside and curb areas. The amount of water may not look like much, but coupled with speed it can cause hydroplaning.

If you start to skid or hydroplane, take your foot off the gas, do not brake and steer into the direction of the skid.

Drive in the tracts of the car ahead of you.

If you don’t have to be out in the rain, wait for it to stop before getting to your destination.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 8:40pm
The following press release is from the Orange County District Attorney (OCDA). The Huntington Beach Police Department initiated this investigation and then turned it over to the OCDA once it was determined it involved potential criminal conduct by one of our police officers. The involved employee was immediately placed on administrative leave from his duties as a police officer.

The Huntington Beach Police Department strives for the full trust and confidence of the community we serve. We hold all our employees to a high standard of ethics and integrity, and are truly saddened by this incident. Separate from the prosecution by the OCDA, we are conducting an internal administrative investigation regarding this incident and appropriate disciplinary measures will be taken. State law prohibits the department from discussing details or the results of the administrative investigation.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 12:55pm
Email & Phone Spoof Scam

As many of you are aware and have probably experienced, there are numerous scams perpetrated via email or telephone. The growing trend is that the suspect(s) have been able to spoof phone numbers and email addresses to appear to come from legitimate government agencies, schools, private businesses as well as family members.

Additionally, the suspect(s) are using the spoofed email addresses within the different entities and sending internal emails. For example, a president of a local business had their email address spoofed. The suspect sent an email to the treasurer, requesting a fraudulent wire transfer to a bank account. We have received reports that people have unfortunately, fallen victim to this scam.

Some warning signs are bad grammar and spelling, the return email address is slightly different, a sense of urgency, sensitive information requests and basically anything that may make you feel uneasy. If it is an email from what appears to be a trusted source, contact and confirm the email.

If you would like to report and incident, please use the link provided below.

https://www.ic3.gov/
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Huntington Beach Police Department added 2 new photos.Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 1:32pm
Attempt to Identify Burglary Suspect

On January 6, 2017, the pictured suspect entered a room at the Beach Inn Motel at 18112 Beach Blvd between 12:55 pm and 1:25 pm. He removed a window screen and pried the window open to get inside. The suspect used the facilities and took some items before leaving. He is described as a white male, approximately 30-35 years old, 5’11”-6’0” tall, short brown hair with a light goatee and was wearing a white long sleeve shirt, black pants, red shoes and a blue backpack at the time.

We are seeking additional witnesses and ask anyone with any information to please call the Huntington Beach Police Information Hotline at 714 375-5066. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous should call Orange County Crime Stoppers at 1-855-TIP-OCCS (855-847-6227). You can also click on the Submit a Crime Tip link on our Facebook page.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentTuesday, January 17th, 2017 at 1:36pm
Turn Yourself in Tuesday

Each Tuesday, we will feature a person who is wanted for a listed crime/crimes along with a photo and information about the person. If you have any information on the whereabouts of the person, you can call the Huntington Beach Police Information Hotline at 714 375-5066. You can also click on the Submit a Crime Tip link on our Facebook page.

Mrs. Sevenhouse, let’s start the new year off with a clean slate.

This new weekly post is not meant to humiliate anyone. We have exhausted all resources in an attempt to locate the person listed and are now asking for the public’s help, as well as encouraging the featured person to turn themselves in.