Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Morgan Hill, California. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Morgan Hill California Police Station Address: 16200 Vineyard Blvd, Morgan Hill, CA 95037, United States


5 days ago
The final count is in. 132 citations were written in less than 4 hours, and you may have seen us on KRON 4 news under “People Behaving Badly” Take a look. Thanks again for all the agencies involved in helping making Morgan Hill a safer place.
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6 days ago
The morning speeders have been dreading has arrived! You will see many many many motor officers from all over the county this morning and they will be active. Behave yourself Morgan Hill!! https://t.co/eB9aGyAwiW

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2 weeks ago
Each one of us became peace officers to help & serve. #AB931 would raise the standard for legal review of an officer’s decision to use force. We’re concerned this change will affect our ability to serve you. We’re here for you, to help and to serve. #ServingOurCommunities https://t.co/fgBobigHEb

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3 weeks ago
#MHPD welcome newest recruit. Check out his introductory video here https://t.co/kIvmQ76B0X https://t.co/at2TvHacwf

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Morgan Hill Police Department5 days ago

******The final count is in. 132 citations were written in less than 4 hours of enforcement time! ****** And you may have seen us on KRON 4 news under “People Behaving Badly” Take a look.

Thanks again for all the agencies involved in helping making Morgan Hill a safer place.

http://www.kron4.com/features/people-behaving-badly/people-behaving-badly-major-crackdown-on-south-bay-drivers/1129498483

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Morgan Hill Police Department6 days ago

The morning speeders have been dreading has arrived! You will see many many many motor officers from all over the county this morning and they will be active.

Behave yourself Morgan Hill!!

The goal of the program is to saturate problem areas with officers during commute hours to enforce traffic laws and reduce injury collisions. This enforcement effort supports the City of Morgan Hill’s recent adoption of the Vision Zero program. Similar operations will be conducted monthly throughout the year, rotating through the participating agencies within the Bay Area.

Special thanks to Traffic Officers from Campbell PD, Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety, Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office, Mountain View PD, Milpitas PD, San Jose, Santa Clara PD and Los Altos.

The Morgan Hill Police Department would like to remind all members of the community:
•Pedestrians and bicyclists should cross streets at marked crosswalks or intersections and obey traffic signals such as WALK/DON’T WALK signs.
•Pedestrians and bicyclists should not wear headphones or talk on their cell phones while in the roadway.
•Bicyclists should have their bicycle equipped with a white light on the front visible from a distance of 300 feet and a red reflector visible from a distance of 500 feet to the rear, during darkness.
•Bicyclists operating on the roadway are subject to obeying all rules of the road, including stop signs and lighted traffic signals.
•Bicyclists shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian.

SOME UNSAFE DRIVER BEHAVIOR ASSOCIATED WITH PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE VIOLATIONS, CRASHES AND FATALITIES INCLUDE:

•Speeding (even 5 MPH can make the difference between seriousness of injuries)
•Failure to stop for red lights or stop signs
•Failure to yield to pedestrians and bicyclists
•Distracted driving
•Blocking crosswalks
•Turning on permitted light (green signal) but not looking for pedestrian properly crossing in crosswalk.

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Morgan Hill Police Department1 week ago

Save the date! Saturday. May 5 10:00am-1:00pm there will be a law enforcement job fair in Palo Alto. Please take a look a the flyer for further information. Hope to see you there!

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Morgan Hill Police Department2 weeks ago

We Are Here To Help And Here To Serve.

Each one of us became peace officers to help and serve our communities. But due to proposed legislation in Sacramento, we’re concerned about the ability to do just that.

Early last week, Assemblymember Shirley Weber (D-San Diego) and Assemblymember Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento) announced they would be introducing legislation that would raise the standard for legal review, in hindsight, of an officer’s decision to use force. We are concerned about the repercussions of this change for public safety.

If our officers cannot respond to life and death situations until backup arrives or are forced to employ a checklist during rapidly advancing and extraordinarily dangerous situations, ultimately everyone involved is placed at a higher risk. Regardless of any outcome, we will always be here for you, to help and to serve. Please leave your comments below and email and call these Assemblymembers to voice your opinion. Assemblymember Shirly Weber 916-319-2079 Assemblymember Kevin McCarty 916-319-2007.

#ServingOurCommunities

Thank you from your Police Department, Chief David Swing

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Morgan Hill Police Department3 weeks ago

Happy Easter to all!

#MHPD are proud to introduce you to our newest recruit.
Please take a moment to make him feel welcome and watch his brief introductory video.

#IsItAprilFoolsDay?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RSLGxGsvKM

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Morgan Hill Police Department3 weeks ago

It was another busy week for the men and women of #MHPD. Here are a few of our more memorable cases this week.

A man near Tilton and Hale was seen by an officer driving recklessly, at very high speeds, and weaving in and out of traffic on his motorcycle. He was arrested (released with a citation) and his bike was impounded.

A blacked out vehicle was first seen behind Home Depot. Later officers attempted to stop the vehicle when it drove away and a male passenger fled on foot. He was caught and arrested on 7 felony warrants. He was booked into County Jail. Vehicle was located later and was reported stolen from Gilroy.

Multiple reports throughout the Bay Area about fraud and scams targeting the elderly. We have seen some of these cases locally too. MHPD remind you to NEVER wire money to someone you don’t know. Don’t pay for anything on the phone. Don’t buy gift cards to pay a supposed debt. Don’t give away your hard earned cash to these thugs. If in doubt IT’S A SCAM. Or you can call us and we will tell you IT’S A SCAM. If there was a get rich quick scheme available I’d be in the Bahamas and you wouldn’t be reading these witty remarks.

Just a reminder about the paragraph above…ITS A SCAM. Please tell your older family members about these scams and stop the victimization of our community. Many times the perpetrators are overseas and there is nothing that can be done to recover your lost money or prosecute them.

A drunk driver fled from police. He later crashed his car into a curb and disabled it so he ran from police. K9 Basco gave great verbal commands and our drunk driver decided to stop. Even drunks understand Basco!

Two officers located a suicidal subject on the tracks and pulled the person from the tracks as the south bound commuter train was approaching.

Two San Jose residents recognized MHPD as the #DepartmentOfChoice and drove into town for help after being shot at in San Jose. MHPD officers assisted and turned the investigation back over to SJPD. (You may have see this one on the news this week)

That’s just the highlights. Officers responded to multiple medical calls, misdemeanors, traffic collisions, and calls for help.

If you’d like to get more involved with your local PD remember to sign up for the Citizens Police Academy in the Fall.