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HUNTINGTON BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT Address

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

Phone:(714) 960-8843

Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 10:40pm
@LifeguardEric That information is not being released, but the victims involved in the case have been notified.
Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 5:00am
Yesterday members of the Huntington Beach Police Department participated in the arrest of 12 suspects wanted in a... https://t.co/SxDf2nsuDi
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Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 5:50am
WELCOME TO OUR NEW PIO- OFFICER ANGELA BENNETT

The Huntington Beach Police Department is pleased to introduce... https://t.co/fLTrkO1hT8
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Saturday, May 20th, 2017 at 5:17am
Teamwork, Training, and professionalism all paid off in the arrest of this felony theft suspect yesterday by our... https://t.co/5WQQ4T8Xpe
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Saturday, May 20th, 2017 at 12:54am
National Police Week

National Police week is May 14th – 20th. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a... https://t.co/BIK5k0Hg3a
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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 Department added 2 new photos.Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 8:00am
Yesterday members of the Huntington Beach Police Department participated in the arrest of 12 suspects wanted in a bank fraud scheme using “skimmed” credit cards. A large number of the credit cards in this case were skimmed at a restaurant in Huntington Beach. More than 500 credit cards were compromised with a loss of more than $500,000. The FBI, the DEA, Brea PD, and the United States Secret Service were also part of this multi-jurisdictional operation. For more information, refer to the United States Attorney’s Office press release below.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentWednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 8:50am
WELCOME TO OUR NEW PIO- OFFICER ANGELA BENNETT

The Huntington Beach Police Department is pleased to introduce you to our new Public Information Officer (PIO), Officer Angela Bennett.

Officer Bennett has been a police officer for fourteen years, spending the last five years here at HBPD. Her previous assignments include the Patrol Bureau, Beach Detail, and most recently in the Special Investigation Bureau as a Vice Detective. Officer Bennett is also a member of the department’s Crisis Negotiation Team.

She has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Iowa in Journalism, and she earned a Master’s Degree in forensic science from National University.

Our previous PIO, Officer Jennifer Marlatt, will be working another assignment in our Uniform Division. We would like to thank Jennifer for over 3-years of dedication and service to the residents of HB as our PIO and social media manager. We wish her luck in her new assignment!

Please note the new contact information below for Officer Bennett. All media related questions should be directed to her or the Watch Commander at (714) 960-8800.

Officer Angela Bennett
abennett@hbpd.org
Office: 714-375-5009
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Huntington Beach Police Department shared Fox 11 Los Angeles's video.Saturday, May 20th, 2017 at 8:17am
Teamwork, training, and professionalism all paid off in the arrest of this felony theft suspect yesterday by our Patrol Bureau!
(Sorry about the pole Edison)
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Fox 11 Los Angeles
Pursuit! A suspect in an allegedly stolen Ford pickup lead LA deputies and units from the CHP on a high-speed, erratic chase on that began in Huntington Beach. Police used a PIT maneuver to bring the truck to a stop, and the suspect tried to flee, but he fell in the front yard of a home. http://bit.ly/2rx6YQ0
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Huntington Beach Police Department added 11 new photos.Saturday, May 20th, 2017 at 3:54am
National Police Week

National Police week is May 14th – 20th. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Currently, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge on Washington, DC to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Last week HBPD Chief Handy and three other HBPD officers participated in the Police Unity Tour. They rode 300 miles bicycle ride beginning at Ground Zero, and ending at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington DC to raise awareness about those officers who have died in the line of duty and money for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. Huntington Beach Police Department has lost two officers in the line of duty, Leslie Prince (1974) and LeRoy Darst (1928).

We remember and thank those who have made the ultimate sacrifice and hold prayers of a safe return for those who continue to go out there daily and put their lives on the line.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentFriday, May 19th, 2017 at 8:53am
DUI Checkpoint

The Huntington Beach Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint on May 19, 2017, within the city limits, between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m.

In recent years, California has seen a disturbing increase in drug-impaired driving crashes. Huntington Beach PD supports the new effort from the Office of Traffic Safety that aims to educate all drivers that “DUI Doesn’t Just Mean Booze.” If you take prescription drugs, particularly those with a driving or operating machinery warning on the label, you might be impaired enough to get a DUI. Marijuana can also be impairing, especially in combination with alcohol or other drugs, and can result in a DUI.

Studies of California drivers have shown that 30 percent of drivers in fatal crashes had one or more drugs in their systems. A study of active drivers showed more tested positive for drugs that may impair driving (14 percent) than did for alcohol (7.3 percent). Of the drugs, marijuana was most prevalent, at 7.4 percent, slightly more than alcohol. Everyone should be mindful that if you’re taking medication whether prescription or over-the-counter – drinking even small amounts of alcohol can greatly intensify the impairment affects.

Officers will be looking for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment, with officers checking drivers for proper licensing, delaying motorists only momentarily. When possible, specially trained officers will be available to evaluate those suspected of drug-impaired driving, which now accounts for a growing number of impaired driving crashes.

Funding for this checkpoint is provided to Huntington Beach Police Department by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, reminding everyone to ‘Report Drunk Driver – Call 9-1-1’.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentThursday, May 18th, 2017 at 3:25am
Fumigation Burglaries have increased in the past few months. This type of burglary is hard to prevent because tents are easily unclipped or sliced open. Once inside, windows are left open (usually 3 inches) for ventilation. Here are some things you can do to protect your property:

• Place dowels in the windows to prevent them from being open more than 3-4 inches.

• Remove small expensive / precious items from the residence (such as jewelry / passports, small art).

• Remove financial instruments like checks and credit cards from the residence.

• Alert your neighbors to keep an eye out for suspicious activity and to call the police if they see the tent cut/ripped or open.

• Wireless security cameras with motion sensor are an option for extra security. Many camera systems are reasonably priced (under $100) and can possibly save $1000s in theft. The cameras work off your home’s WiFi and do not require a subscription. Video can be viewed on a cell phone and alerts are sent when motion is detected. Some are even equipped with two way audio.

• If you have an alarm system, you can have it armed during fumigation, but the fumigation company will need the code. If you do not have an alarm system, small audible alarms that can be placed on doors and windows and activate when a door or window is opened can act as a deterrent.