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Hemet California Police Station Address: 450 E Latham Ave, Hemet, CA 92543, United States


4 days ago
US Military Heroes Honored at French Legion of Honor Medal Awards…

I had the honor of attending an awards presentation today at The Village Retirement Community and HealthCare Center for two of our military… https://t.co/wtBvr0abED

6 days ago
Operation “Sign Twirler” Nets 16 Citations and 1 Felony Arrest https://t.co/Ii1lFLTV1m

1 week ago
We encourage families with teens to watch this together. Great job West Valley! https://t.co/gHtNISQYl0

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US Military Heroes Honored at French Legion of Honor Medal Awards…

I had the honor of attending an awards presentation today at The Village Retirement Community and HealthCare Center for two of our military heroes. Retired Lt. Colonel Larry Thorp and Technician Fifth Grade Richard Buxton were presented the medals they had honorably earned for their WWII service in France by the Consul General of France, Chistophe Lemoine. The medal is the National Order of The Legion of Honor in the rank of Chevalier (Knight). The award is the highest honor France bestows on its citizens and foreign nationals.

These men are impressive examples of the Greatest Generation who were given jobs, got the work done and never complained. I was honored to be invited and share the event with their families and friends. They are true heroes! Please help me give them thanks and appreciation for their service to our great nation.

Lieutenant Colonel Larry J. Thorp, USAFR (Ret) was born in Duluth, Minnesota in October 1923. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps in the fall of 1942 and completed pilot training in April 1944. Larry flew 28 combat missions in Europe as a B-26 pilot with the 596th Bomb Squadron. After World War II, he stayed in the Air Force Reserves, worked in the engineering field and then as an attorney. His significant decorations include five Air Medals, the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with three battle stars, and the World War II Victory Medal. He resides in Upland, CA and his family, with his late wife Dolores, includes two sons, two daughters (one RIP) and three grandchildren.

Technician Fifth Grade Richard L. Buxton was born in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, in April 1925. He was inducted into the U.S. Army in July 1943 and deployed to England in February 1944 as a driver with Battery C of the 448th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion. Following the war, he spent the majority of his career working for AT&T in California. His significant decorations include the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with five Battle Stars, the World War II Victory Medal and the Good Conduct Medal. Richard resides in Hemet, CA and his family, with his wife Patricia, includes two daughters (one RIP), seven grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

These men are incredible examples of those who fought for our freedom and the freedom of many of our allies. I appreciate their service more than I could ever put in words. Thank you.

Chief Rob Webb

Hemet Police Department

Hemet Police Department published a note.6 days ago

Operation “Sign Twirler” Nets 16 Citations and 1 Felony Arrest

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Hemet Police Department7 days ago

Good Afternoon Hemet…
This is Bobbi and she has been homeless in the Hemet area for quite some time. Our R.O.C.S. (Restoring Our Community Strategy) Team has been working with her for a few months and today, she decided that she is ready for change!
We were able to work with our partners at Anchor in Christ ministries to get her off the streets and into a program. Bobbi has taken the first step toward changing her life and we are excited for her!

R.O.C.S. activity snapshot since their launch late last year…
5 homeless people helped to return home
11 people helped off our streets and into some form of housing
Identification of eleven nuisance properties
Recovery of 3 firearms
More than 45 grams of illegal drugs seized
Averaging about 100 arrests per month

#Heretohelp
#communitypolicing
#HPD

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Hemet Police Department published a note.2 weeks ago

Hemet Police Conduct Pedestrian Enforcement

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Hemet Police Department2 weeks ago

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week!

This week marks a special time for those of us in public safety. It is the week where we get to deliver treats and gifts to our unsung heroes in our Public Safety Dispatch Centers across the nation and show our gratitude. The men and women who work long hours answering calls for help and navigate our units in the field to the calls origin. They truly are the lifeline to many during medical aids, traffic accidents, fires, and crimes in progress. It is a difficult job working different shifts, missing holidays and family events. They must be able to multi-task like no other, answering a 911 call, talking on the radio, and trouble shooting a computer issue all at the same time. They are the voice behind the scene, they calm us when we are upset or excited and they make sure the resources get to you in an emergency. Personally, I think this is one of the most difficult jobs in the public safety sector and they couldn’t pay me enough to sit in their chair with a head set on!

Your Hemet Police and Fire Dispatch Team is the best!

Please help me say thank you to the Hemet Public Safety Dispatchers at Hemet PD and Fire who took over 170,000 calls in 2017.

THANK YOU!!!!

Chief Rob Webb

Hemet Police Department