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Corona California Police Station Address: 730 Public Safety Way, Corona, CA 92880, United States


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Over 10 million dogs and cats are lost each year. Dogs without microchips are returned to their owners 22% of the time, whereas microchipped dogs are returned to their owners over 52% of the time! https://t.co/7KhJvPeum5 https://t.co/NwcwhXYCjf

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Message from the Chief of Police

Public Safety and Public Service are top priorities for the men and women of the Corona Police Department. The department has a staff of over 200 employees, including officers and support staff. Together, we are responsible for the protection and safety of Corona’s approximate 153,000 residents and visitors.

The Corona Police Department utilizes Comp-Stat policing practices in-order to remain proactive to the needs of the community. The department believes in partnerships, both with the public, as well as with private and government agencies, to further its adopted mission to enhance the quality of life for the community through excellence in policing.

Sincerely,
Chief Michael E. Abel

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City of Corona Police Department1 day ago

Armed Robbery – Now showing video of the crime as it occurred. Previously, still images of the suspect were released. We are still seeking the public’s help in identifying this suspect.
CR # 17-13965
On Friday, December 22, 2017, at about 10:50 a.m., Corona P.D. 9-1-1 operators received a report of a man who brandished a handgun and robbed the Check into Cash business located in the 400 block of S. Lincoln Avenue. The suspect shown in the photos ordered the employees to give him cash and then lie on the ground. He was described as being about 5’ 8” to 5’ 10” tall, in his early to mid 40’s, with a medium build. The suspect fled the location on foot in an unknown direction. Images of the suspect were captured by the business’ surveillance system. If anyone recognizes the suspect, or has information on this robbery, please contact Senior Detective Jesse Jurado at (951)279-3628 or via email at Jesse.Jurado@CoronaCA.gov.

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City of Corona Police Department5 days ago

Over 10 million dogs and cats are lost each year. Dogs without microchips are returned to their owners 22% of the time, whereas microchipped dogs are returned to their owners over 52% of the time! http://bit.ly/2BbQEZs

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City of Corona Police Department1 week ago

All evacuations have been lifted in the Canyon Fire Burn Scar Area. Thank you to our residents for their cooperation and patience! https://goo.gl/DXdKAZ

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City of Corona Police Department1 week ago

The National Weather Service has released all flash flood warnings and watches in our area. City resources have been working to assess the damages to dwellings, roadways, utilities, and other infrastructure. Clean-up efforts are underway in the affected neighborhoods.

The following neighborhoods have been impacted by mudflows and remain closed and under mandatory evacuation: San Ramon Drive & San Alvarado Circle. Road closures will remain in place for these areas.

The American Red Cross will be closing the evacuation shelter today. Residents of these affected streets can call 951-817-5800 if they are in need of temporary shelter. Temporary boarding for pets will remain available at the Corona Animal Shelter located at 1330 Magnolia Ave., Corona.

The following neighborhoods have been deemed clear of hazards, and all evacuations and road closures have been lifted in these areas: Hidden Hills Way, Bulrush Circle, Elderberry Circle, Misty Ridge Lane, Wilderness Drive & Wilderness Circle, Canyon Crest Drive & Canyon Crest Circle, Diamond View Street, San Ponte Road, San Viscaya Circle, San Sebastian Circle, Oakridge Drive, San Almada Road.

The City of Corona has efforts underway to remove the mud from the roadways as well as from all of the pre-storm preparation areas such as debris basins, culverts, and other control methods, to prepare them for the next winter storm. These efforts will occur for several days.

It is important to remember that this, being the first winter storm, is not an indication of the ability of the Canyon Fire burn area to sustain itself in future storm events. The hillsides will remain more susceptible than normal to mudflow and flash flooding for several seasons.

Residents are reminded to use due diligence in preparing their properties for future rainstorms. Sand bags will remain available at Fire Station #5, 1200 Canyon Crest Drive, for residents of the Sierra Del Oro neighborhood, and will be placed at Santana Park as needed for residents Citywide.

The Corona Public Information Hotline will be available to answer questions at 951-817-5800 or residents can check our website, CoronaCA.gov/StormWatch and the city’s social media sites for the latest information. https://goo.gl/HJPyHt

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City of Corona Police Department shared Corona Fire Department’s photo.1 week ago

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City of Corona Police Department1 week ago

Flash Flood Warning. MANDATORY EVACUATIONS issued for #CanyonFire Burn Scar area. https://goo.gl/DCom8Y

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