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La Mesa California Police Station Address: 8085 University Ave, La Mesa, CA 91942, United States

4 days ago
🍀Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 🍀

Please don’t drink and drive! https://t.co/YaXTGvUOql

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5 days ago
Night time construction work (9 PM to 6 AM) at Severin Dr and Amaya Dr from 3/19 through 3/31, except weekends. https://t.co/M0lyt4hfdv

6 days ago
Press Release: This St. Patty’s Day, Don’t Rely on the Luck o’ the Irish https://t.co/zy3Iz3djFy via @Nextdoor

1 week ago
All traffic lanes are open again at the intersection of Fletcher Parkway, Grossmont Center Drive and Nagel St. https://t.co/3KtyjnZVdp

1 week ago
Avoid the area of Fletcher Parkway, Grossmont Center Drive and Nagel Street due to traffic collision https://t.co/Kdr9dvSspr

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Missing dog ‘Buddy’ has been located. Thank you for your assistance. https://t.co/mc6Z55um5F

La Mesa Police Department

The La Mesa Police Department works with our community to protect life and property while striving to enhance the quality of life of all our residents. The department is very responsive to the needs of our community and is devoted to providing the highest quality professional police services to everyone:

The department has 68 sworn officers and 31 civilian employees, as well as a large contingent of retired senior volunteers. The department answers over 100,000 calls for service each year with the Patrol Division, Investigations Unit, Special Enforcement Detail, Traffic Unit, School Resource Unit, and Crime Prevention / Community Resource Unit.

La Mesa Police Department

La Mesa Police Department1 day ago

Medicare Cards without Social Security Numbers Coming in 2018 Office of the Inspector General, SSA

Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself, family and friends throughout the US.

Starting 4/1/18 Medicare will start a year long, project to replace all current Medicare cards for beneficiaries to convert to alphanumeric ID numbers. Currently the ID number is your social security number. This is starting to hit the media.

Scammers are opportunistic!

First of all, the new Medicare card will come to you in the mail.

You don’t need to request it or do anything. It will show up.


Somebody from “MEDICARE ” will call to tell you are getting a new Medicare card. But until it comes you will need a temporary card. Fee for the card is between $5-50 dollars. They want personal information, bank account or credit card so they can process your temporary card.


Medicare will never call you unless you ask them to.

Medicare does all communications by mail unless you ask them to call.

Ditto for anybody saying they “work with Medicare to make sure you get everything you are entitled to.” Scammer alert.


First of all, spread the word.

Feel free to share these notes.

Use your answering machine to screen calls or just don’t even answer a number you don’t recognize.

If it has happened to you or your friends or loved ones and personal info has been given out, immediately take action to protect yourself against identity theft!

La Mesa Police Department

La Mesa Police Department4 days ago

🍀Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 🍀

Please don’t drink and drive!

La Mesa Police Department

La Mesa Police Department5 days ago

Press Release: This St. Patty’s Day, Don’t Rely on the Luck o’ the Irish

St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most popular holidays in the United States. With a plethora of Irish immigrants—and many, many more St. Paddy’s Day well-wishers, the holiday is heavily celebrated by most Americans with friendly pinches, bangers n’ mash, and green beer galore. Sadly, all this merry-making can lead to dangerous driving conditions as party-goers head home.

In 2016 alone, 60 people were killed in drunk-driving crashes over the St. Paddy’s Day holiday period (6 p.m. March 16 to 5:59 a.m. March 18) nationwide. The selfish act of drinking and driving can rip people from their friends and loved ones forever. For this reason, the La Mesa Police Department is working to spread the message about the dangers of drunk driving. Even one drink can be one too many. If you’re heading out for the Irish festivities, plan ahead and remember: Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving.

The La Mesa Police Department will deploy additional officers on special DUI Saturation Patrols specifically to stop and arrest drivers showing signs of alcohol or drug impairment during the hours of 8:00 PM and 3:00 AM.

In recent years, California has seen an increase in drug-impaired driving crashes. La Mesa PD supports the new effort from the Office of Traffic Safety that aims to educate all drivers that “DUI Doesn’t Just Mean Booze.” If you take prescription drugs, particularly those with a driving or operating machinery warning on the label, you might be impaired enough to get a DUI. Marijuana use can also be impairing, especially in combination with alcohol or other drugs, and can result in a DUI.

Remember: It’s not just about you. There are other people on the roads who want to get where they are going safely. Don’t let alcohol and or drug impairment cause you to be a risk to yourself and others on the road. Impaired driving is an act of selfishness. Before you put your keys in the ignition, remind yourself: Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving. If you feel a buzz, you are in no shape to drive.

This enforcement effort is funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

La Mesa Police Department

La Mesa Police Department6 days ago

CRIME ALERT! We have had an increase in car break-ins in the area. Please remove all valuables from your car and lock all your doors. Never leave your valuables in sight!

⚠️Please help us by doing your part to prevent these crimes of opportunity.

This month we continue to experience these crimes. The majority of the window smashes, which are quick easy thefts for these criminals, are due to items being left in plain view. Items taken this month include; a backpack with textbooks, Iphone, a garage door opener, a camera, headphones, tools, gps, cash, purses, cellphones, a laptop, a briefcase, and sunglasses.

Below are some of the recent thefts from vehicles and vehicle burglaries reported.

• On Tuesday, March 13, 2018, La Mesa PD received a report of a theft from vehicle on the 6100 block of Veemac Avenue. The victim parked their car in their driveway around 4:30 PM on Monday, March 12, 2018. Victim could not remember if they locked their car and believed it was left unlocked as there were no signs of forced entry or damage. A backpack containing work documents and a laptop were taken. Fortunately, the items were recovered down the street near a trash bin.

• On Tuesday, March 13, 2018, La Mesa PD received a report of a theft from vehicle on the 7700 block of Saranac Place. The victim parked their vehicle in the parking lot of their apartment complex around 6:00 PM on Monday, March 12, 2018 and when they returned the following morning they discovered their vehicle ransacked. Victim stated that when they parked their car they may have been distracted and there was a possibility they left their car unlocked.

• On Friday, March 9, 2018, La Mesa PD received a report of a vehicle burglary on the 8500 block of Lemon Avenue. The victim stated they parked their vehicle around 7:00 PM in the parking lot of their apartment complex on Thursday, March 8, 2018. The following morning, around 7:50 AM, the victim returned to their vehicle and found their rear passenger window broken out. The victim had a significant amount items left in the back seat and items in the front passenger seat. Loss included: cell phone, Fire-stick tablet, miscellaneous women’s clothing and household items.

Case Highlights: On February 28, 2018, while conducting extra patrol at Grossmont Center, La Mesa Police Detectives witnessed a vehicle burglary in progress and were able to apprehend the suspect!

If you SEE something, SAY something!
please call the La Mesa Police Department at 619.667.1400 (24-hour non-emergency).

La Mesa Police Department

La Mesa Police Department1 week ago

Officer Gaytan, our Auto Theft Advisory Committee Officer of the Year, for the 4th year in a row, in recognition of his outstanding work recovering stolen vehicles!

La Mesa Police Department

La Mesa Police Department2 weeks ago

Our thoughts and prayers go out to our brothers and sisters @pomonapd whose Officer was killed in the line of duty and another one remains in critical condition.