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Fountain Valley California Police Station Address: 10200 Slater Ave, Fountain Valley, CA 92708, United States


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The men and women of the Fountain Valley Police Department are dedicated to the public safety of the community. The Department curently consists of 58 sworn officers and 30 professional staff, augmented by over 50 volunteers.

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Fountain Valley Police Department23 hours ago

Late April and early May, you will notice an increase in coyote activity. In early spring, coyotes are out more and possibly in groups, hunting for food. They are hunting to feed their pups.

Some things to be aware of:
– Make sure your trash lids are closed.
– Don’t leave food out on the front porch.
– Pick up fruit that has fallen from the trees.
– Don’t leave your small animals outside unattended.
– Coyotes can jump a 10 foot fence to get something on the other side.
– Coyotes are smart and learn human patterns quite easily.

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Fountain Valley Police Department added 5 new photos.5 days ago

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April 19, 2018

Commercial Burglary Arrests

On April 19, 2018, at approximately 3:59 a.m., a citizen witnessed three male suspects window smash and enter two businesses in the 9800 block of Warner Avenue. The witness also saw a possible getaway car in the parking lot and called 9-1-1.

FVPD Officers arrived on scene; and the driver of the getaway car, identified as 23-year-old Tyshay Galloway, attempted to flee the area but was boxed in by a Patrol unit. A male suspect, identified as 20-year-old Cody Walker, attempted to flee the area on foot and was quickly apprehended by K9 “Figo.” The two outstanding suspects remained in one of the businesses and were taken into custody when Officers set up a perimeter and called them out. They were identified as 21-year-old John McClain and 19-year-old Hanif Washington. All four suspects are from Long Beach. Walker received medical treatment for a dog bite, and all four suspects were transported to FVPD.

During the investigation, Garden Grove Police Department advised of several commercial burglaries that occurred during the night in their city. During a search of the getaway car, Officers found money rolls with receipts linking them to one of the commercial burglaries in Garden Grove.

After all four suspects were interviewed and processed, they were booked into Orange County Jail for burglary. Any other possible witnesses are encouraged to call FVPD at (714) 593-4485. Incident #18-13400

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Fountain Valley Police Department1 week ago

We are hiring Lateral Officers / Academy Graduates / Academy Enrolled applicants on a continuous basis! Visit www.fvpd.org for more info.

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Fountain Valley Police Department1 week ago

It’s Mitzvah Day for our friends from Congregation B’nai Tzedek. Thank you for the treats!
#mitzvah #dayofgooddeeds #fountainvalley

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Fountain Valley Police Department shared Laguna Beach Police Department’s post.2 weeks ago

Some of you have been wanting to see K9 Ranger and maybe his human partner, Corporal Fillers, as well LOL, Well, here they are! Thanks again to Laguna Beach Police Department for the assist!

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Fountain Valley Police Department2 weeks ago

Please join us this Thursday at Claim Jumper restaurant for our annual Tip A Cop fundraiser!