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Chula Vista California Police Station Address: 315 4th Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91910


Chula Vista Police Department

The mission of the Chula Vista Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the city by treating all persons with respect, dignity and fairness; Providing professional and proactive police service; Managing resources effectively; And encouraging community partnerships to meet current and future challenges.

Our Values Statement includes:

Honesty & Integrity: Honesty and integrity are paramount to our profession and is expected of all employees. Honesty produces an environment of trust. Integrity produces an atmosphere of credibility. Honesty and integrity nurture an open and safe organization for all.

Leadership: We demonstrate leadership in our community and to our profession. We share a vision to improve the quality of life in Chula Vista through pro-active involvement with the community.

Work Ethic: We advocate a strong work ethic. As a result we will provide high quality service leading to positive results for our community and organization. We strive to provide the highest standard of public service, customer and job satisfaction.

Communication: We value communication and encourage an honest, constructive and open exchange of ideas to accomplish the goals of the department. Effective and open communication, at all levels, is the cornerstone of a progressive and successful organization.

Teamwork: We encourage teamwork on behalf of our community and organization.Teamwork unites residents and police by sharing talent and expertise leading to the successful identification of common goals, objectives and results.

Community: We will develop programs that seek solutions to community issues through a partnership with the people we serve. Through this partnership we recognize and respect individual differences and encourage residents to work cohesively to promote positive solutions to community concerns.

Fairness: We treat out employees with dignity, respect, and fairness. Rewards and discipline will occur as a result of merit. We will follow the tenet of treating others as we would expect to be treated.

Recognition: We strive to give recognition to all employees for their contributions. We reward them for quality work and the excellent service they provide to the community and organization. We believe our employees are our most valuable asset.

Employee Development: We support the professional growth and development of all employees. We do this through consistent and collaborative processes involving supervisors and subordinates to develop career goals supported by the organization.

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Safety tips for pedestrians:

• Make yourself visible: wear bright colored clothes and carry a flashlight if you are walking at night.
• Avoid dangerous behaviors: always walk on the sidewalk (no jaywalking), stay sober and make eye contact with drivers – don’t assume the driver can see you.
• Stay off your phones, talking and especially texting distracts you from paying attention to your surroundings.
• Look before you step: cross streets at marked crosswalks/intersections, obey traffic signals and watch for turning vehicles.
• Look left-right-left before crossing a street.

Safety tips for drivers:

• Don’t speed, follow the speed limit and never use your phone; always be cautious of your surroundings.
• Never drive under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
• Look out for pedestrians, especially in hard-to-see conditions such as at night or in bad weather.
• Pedestrians have the right of way at any crosswalk or intersection, so yield and be prepared to stop.
• Stop at the crosswalk stop line to give drivers in other lanes an opportunity to see and yield to pedestrians too.
• Be cautious when backing up – pedestrians, especially young children, can move across your path.

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Open enrollment for the the 2018 Teen Police Acdemy begins today! The application deadline is January 31, 2018.

Parents and Guardians,

If your teen is between 13 to 18 years of age, a resident of the City of Chula Vista or attends a school in the City of Chula Vista they may be eligible to apply. The Teen Police Academy is a complimentary 12-week training program hosted by the Chula Vista Police Department. Training is 3 to 3.5 hours in length and is held once a week. Applicants are required to commit to attending all 12 weeks of training. The academy begins on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 and commences on Wednesday, May 16, 2018.

Applications are accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis and a small background check will be conducted. Applications are completed and submitted online at:

http://www.chulavistaca.gov/departments/police-department/programs/citizen-and-teen-academy

Applicants will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours of receipt. The email will include additional paperwork requiring the review and signature of the applicant’s parent(s) or guardian(s). If your teen is accepted they must bring the completed and signed paperwork to the orientation.

The first 35 applicants to submit their completed paperwork, complete the background check, and meet the eligibility requirements will be accepted. Notification will be sent via email beginning January 29, 2018 until February 14, 2018 informing each applicant about their application status.

Any questions can be directed to Angela Gaines at 619 691-5187 or againes@chulavistapd.org

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Chula Vista’s Finest celebrating unity and tolerance in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. #MLKParade

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Please help us welcome our newest Police Officers #CVPD #WelcomeAboard

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Chief Roxana Kennedy congratulates Captain Vern Sallee, recent graduate of the prestigious FBI National Academy! Read on for more details…

Chula Vista Police Chief Roxana Kennedy is pleased to announce the graduation of Captain Vern Sallee from the prestigious FBI National Academy (FBINA) program. The FBI National Academy, established in 1935, is the nation’s premier law enforcement training program for police managers and executives. The program is internationally renowned for its selectivity and the quality of its training.

The FBI National Academy was established by the late FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover who designed the program to promote professional development in law enforcement. Today, the National Academy, with the FBI as its caretaker, is considered to be the most elite law enforcement training program in the world. It is estimated that less than 1% of law enforcement professionals are ever granted the opportunity to participate in the highly selective program. Since its establishment, the program has graduated over 50,000 law enforcement professionals who went back to their respective state, local or federal agencies with the education and tools to improve the law enforcement profession.

Captain Sallee attended FBINA Class 270 with over 220 law enforcement professionals representing 49 states and 20 countries. Captain Sallee attended the academy from October 1, 2017 and graduated on December 16, 2017 at the FBI Academy located in Quantico, Virginia where he was presented his certificate by FBI Director Christopher Wray. The National Academy curriculum consists of three personal and professional pillars: academics, physical fitness and networking. During the program, Captain Sallee studied a variety of complex law enforcement topics along with his classmates and subject matter experts from throughout the nation. The National Academy encourages participants and agencies to form lasting partnerships to further the law enforcement mission. Captain Sallee also completed the rigorous six mile “Yellow Brick Road” obstacle course with his classmates, thereby earning the coveted FBINA “Yellow Brick”.

Chief Roxana Kennedy, a graduate of FBINA Class 243, noted that she is extremely proud of CVPD’s continued participation in the highly coveted FBINA program. Chief Kennedy said, “The most critical keys to success in law enforcement are community partnerships and professional relationships. By sending senior managers to the FBI National Academy program, CVPD helps ensure its leaders are highly trained and prepared to meet the difficult challenges we face in law enforcement.” Captain Sallee said, “I am extremely grateful to Chief Kennedy and the City of Chula Vista for investing in my training by allowing me to attend the FBINA. The coursework, networking and training we received were top notch, and I look forward to bringing this training back to my hometown where I have spent my career.”

Chief Kennedy and Captain Sallee are pictured with his FBINA graduation certificate along with their respective “Yellow Bricks” from their FBINA classes. Captain Sallee joins Chief Kennedy, Captain Lon Turner, Lieutenant Eric Thunberg and Lieutenant Don Redmond as CVPD’s current FBINA graduates. Congratulations!

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Chief Roxana Kennedy and her Command Staff help spread holiday cheer. The annual CVPD Adopt a Family outreach hopes to make Christmas morning special for the thankful and gracious Garcia family.