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Huntington Beach California Police Station Address: 2000 Main St, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, United States


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We were honored be in attendance at this ceremony earlier this morning…we are proud of our Hometown Heroes,… https://t.co/9xVdrFC1D0

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@Kimo_Gandall Yes the new class starts March 7 and goes until May 23!

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We are currently accepting applications for our Citizens Academy and our Spanish Citizens Academy. If you are… https://t.co/MDh3bxBnRG

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Don’t forget…new front desk hours start tomorrow! Remember, there are a number of things you can report online. Just check out our website to see if we can make it easier for you. 👍🏼 Otherwise give us a call and we will be there! Have a safe and happy weekend! https://t.co/D3gAQyvoJO

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Today is #NationalHumanTraffickingAwarenessDay. Educate yourself about this topic to be able to know when something doesn’t seem right. This is one of the largest growing criminal enterprises in the world. The Human Trafficking Hotline is 888-373-7888. https://t.co/2TfcneLy25

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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 Department15 hours ago

It’s a brand new year, so we thought we’d take a moment to remind everyone of a simple concept, especially applicable here in Huntington Beach with the passion and involvement many of our residents have in our online community forum pages. This holds true in most aspects of life, but particularly in law enforcement…things are not always as they seem.

Yep, we know. No kidding, right? But in 2017, there were a number of cases that were tried online by the public before the suspect in the case even got to the back door of the jail. And yes, we know everyone has a right to their opinion, but truth is some of these cases were put onto social media by the eventual suspects in the case who claimed to be the victims.

One case included an incident off PCH near 1st Street when a homeless man with a hatchet reportedly attacked some bystanders for no reason. But after an extensive investigation by our detectives, which included witness statements and a statement from one of the reporting party’s own friends, turns out the person claiming to have been attacked without provocation was actually the primary aggressor. The real suspect broke the victim’s nose and caused a skull fracture. The Orange County District Attorney’s office declined to file any charges on the homeless male after determining he acted in self defense.

Another incident from last year included a case from our downtown area. Last March when our officers responded to a fight downtown near the Thunder Burgrz Pizza restaurant, there were multiple people involved in a fight that resulted in injuries and an arrest of two suspects based on the statements of witnesses at the scene. After the arrests, detectives conducted a thorough investigation, which included follow-up interviews, multiple sources of other evidence and independent witnesses who were contacted after the night of the incident.

At the end of their investigation, detectives discovered that the evidence contradicted the initial statements and resulted in no charges being filed on those arrested.

We have countless more examples, but this year we are asking the members of this fine community to remember that good police work takes time. And the first thing you see on social media doesn’t always mean it is the correct thing.

Happy posting this year…and let’s keep it classy in 2018.

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Huntington Beach Police Department shared City of Huntington Beach Public Information Office’s post.1 day ago

We were honored to be in attendance at this ceremony earlier this morning. We are proud of our Hometown Heroes and we thank them wholeheartedly for their service to our country.

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Huntington Beach Police Department2 days ago

We are currently accepting applications for our Citizens Academy and our Spanish Citizens Academy. If you are interested in learning more about your police department, please go to https://www.huntingtonbeachca.gov/government/departments/pd/employment_opportunity/CitizensAcademy.cfm and fill out an application today! Our next class starts on March 7 (March 6 for the Spanish academy) and will be held each week for 12 weeks. You must live or work in Huntington Beach to be eligible, and you must pass a background check for station security. We look forward to receiving your application soon!

Actualmente estamos aceptando aplicaciones para nuestra Academia de Ciudadanos y nuestra Academia de Policía para la comunidad hispana. Si está interesado/a en obtener más información acerca del programa o está interesado/a en atender vaya a https://www.huntingtonbeachca.gov/government/departments/pd/employment_opportunity/CitizensAcademy.cfm y complete una solicitud hoy mismo. Nuestra próxima clase comienza el 7 de marzo (el 6 de marzo para la academia en español) y se llevará a cabo cada semana durante 11 semanas. Debe vivir o trabajar en la ciudad de Huntington Beach para ser elegible, y debe pasar una verificación de antecedentes para la seguridad de la estación. ¡Esperamos recibir su solicitud pronto!

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Huntington Beach Police Department4 days ago

“Turn Yourself In Tuesday!”

Zachary Carlson was originally arrested by the HBPD on two different cases of sales of narcotics. He pled guilty to the charges on both cases.

After serving a portion of his jail sentence, Carlson was released to Probation. Carlson did not meet the requirements of Probation and arrest warrants were issued.

A HBPD patrol officer developed information on Zachary’s whereabouts. After a brief surveillance, Zachary was taken into custody without incident.

Zachary is no longer wanted at this time.

#TYIT #TurnYourselfInTuesday #HBPD

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Huntington Beach Police Department1 week ago

Don’t forget! Tomorrow is the start of our new front lobby hours. M-F 8am-7:30pm.

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Huntington Beach Police Department1 week ago

Today is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. There are many myths behind what Human Trafficking is and who the victims are (many are from here in California). This crime is one of the largest growing criminal industries in the world with some studies showing 80% of trafficking involving sexual exploitation.

The average age a teen enters the sex trade in the United States is 12-14 years old. Many of these are girls who are runaways or who were sexually abused as children.

If you think someone is being forced to work in any industry against their will or if you believe someone is the victim of sexual exploitation, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888. There are many resources online to educate yourself further about Human Trafficking. Let’s work together to put an end to modern day slavery. #humantraffickingawarenessday