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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, February 17th, 2018 at 8:34am
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Friday, February 16th, 2018 at 5:24am
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Thursday, February 15th, 2018 at 5:01am
It’s Valentine’s Day! While you’re busy sharing cards and flowers with that special person in your life, how... https://t.co/6YASZ8FPAA
Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 2:11am
Today marks a sad day in the history of our police department. On February 13, 2005, we lost Senior Motor... https://t.co/9QpgVwkHy1
Saturday, February 10th, 2018 at 8:00am
We have received lots of calls regarding a scam where the caller states they are from the police department and the IRS. Then they make up some story about how you should pay them via bitcoin or gift cards. Don’t fall for it! #delete #phishing
Thursday, February 8th, 2018 at 2:09am
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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 shared their post.Saturday, February 17th, 2018 at 11:34am
It's not too late to apply for this scholarship opportunity! Applications are being accepted until midnight tonight. See original post below.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentFriday, February 16th, 2018 at 8:24am
In light of the tragic events that happened yesterday in Parkland, Florida, our thoughts and prayers are with all of the victims’ families of the tragic shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Our hearts also go out to all of the emergency services workers who responded to this tragedy.

We want to remind you that the Huntington Beach Police Department is committed to keeping our children safe. We have received some questions about what we do to prepare if this type of tragic incident ever occurs in the City of Huntington Beach. We want to ensure you that our officers continuously conduct active shooter training to stay prepared. This includes both tactical and scenario training, and it is also incorporated in the type of equipment we carry with us every day in the field. In addition, our School Resource Officers conduct ongoing training in cooperation with our local schools regarding active shooters and lockdown drills.

Please take a moment to watch this video prepared by the Wichita Public Schools (viewer discretion is advised, as this video depicts acts of violence https://youtu.be/CVdi6VmWBL4). There are many Run, Hide, Fight videos, but this one is specific towards school shooting. Although it can be challenging to have these “adult” conversations with our children, they are imperative in today’s society.

Talk to your kids about saying something if they see something, having a survival mindset, and remaining calm. Important tips such as silencing their cell phones, leaving their belongings behind, and as a last resort, fighting to stay alive are all things parents should discuss with their children.

We will keep all of those children whose lives will be forever affected in our thoughts, and we will continue to work, train, and educate throughout our community.
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Run, Hide, Fight: Armed Intruder Training for Schools (Generic Version)
Learn about what action steps to take to defend yourself and your students if an armed intruder enters your school building.
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Huntington Beach Police Department added 3 new photos.Thursday, February 15th, 2018 at 8:01am
It’s Valentine’s Day! While you’re busy sharing cards and flowers with that special person in your life, how about taking a minute to spread some love for our sweet horse Grace? We are saying goodbye to Grace as she heads into retirement after a long career as a working police horse.

Grace is a 20 year old bay mare quarter horse who has been working very hard for the Huntington Beach Police Department for the past four years. She was our only female in the fleet, so what a perfect day to send her off into retirement. Grace has been purchased by a trainer in Yorba Linda, and her new job will include giving rides to children (awwwww!).

We could never replace Grace, but we are in the process of purchasing a new horse. If you are interested in knowing more about ways you can help our Mounted Unit, please contact Captain Kelly Rodriguez at krodriguez@hbpd.org.

Happy Valentine’s Day Grace…may you have a peaceful retirement full of bouquets of carrots, green pastures, and lots of horse kisses!
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Huntington Beach Police Department added 3 new photos.Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 5:11am
Today marks a sad day in the history of our police department. On February 13, 2005, we lost Senior Motor Officer Mark Hanson after he suddenly passed away following a short illness. Officer Hanson began his career with the Huntington Beach Police Department on May 4, 1985. He quickly found his passion and became a Motor Officer in October 1988. He later became a Motor Training Officer and an accident reconstructionist. He was a member of the HBPD SWAT team, and a recipient of the Medal of Valor in 2003.

There are officers still here today who were trained by Officer Hanson or who worked side by side with him. We are very pleased that Mark’s daughter, Elizabeth, is an employee at the Huntington Beach Police Department as a Community Services Officer, and she carries his legacy on with her here at HBPD.

Officer Hanson was a dedicated husband to his wife Linda, who he was married to for more than 20 years. He was a family man who loved to spend time with his three children either coaching them in soccer, participating in Boy Scouts with his two sons, or golfing and hunting with friends. He also was actively involved in his church and the church choir.

Thirteen years later, we still miss Officer Hanson’s sense of humor and passion for his work. Many people remembered how funny Mark was and how much he loved his family. We honor him today and thank him for his dedication and service to our community.
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentSaturday, February 10th, 2018 at 1:00am
**Update to our original post**

^^^We have received a number of calls today regarding messages people in our community are receiving. The message states it is from the Huntington Beach Police Department and the IRS. Please note, this is a scam and we are NOT attempting to contact you via text, email message or phone. Another part of the message states that the person will need to pay via bitcoin or gift card. Do NOT send money, gift cards or other currency in response to these messages. We do not collect money in lieu of being arrested. Delete the message and do not respond.^^^

Have you ever wondered what "phishing" is, or you've heard the term but it's never happened to you?

Phishing is a cybercrime in which a target or targets are contacted by email, telephone, or text message by someone posing as a legitimate institution to lure people into providing sensitive data such as personally identifiable information, banking and credit card details, and passwords.

In case you don't know what a phishing email or text looks like, our Information Systems Department recently shared an email they received to show you what to look for and how to avoid giving someone your personal identifying information. It's always a good idea to pay close attention to emails or texts from people you don't know, and to NOT share that information by hitting "reply."
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Huntington Beach Police DepartmentThursday, February 8th, 2018 at 5:09am
Attention all graduating high school seniors in Huntington Beach!
If you plan to attend college next year, you are eligible to apply for the Jake Olson Academic Scholarship.

Jake, who is from Huntington Beach, battled through childhood disease and blindness to become a local high school football long snapper. He is currently attending college at USC, where he is a member of the Trojans football team.

There will be four $1000 scholarships awarded to students who embody Jake's courage, determination, and work ethic. If you are interested in applying, click on this link http://www.hbpcf.org/scholarship.html. Applications are due by Friday, February 16, 2018. Good luck!
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