Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Newport Beach, California. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address
Newport Beach California Police Station Address: 870 Santa Barbara Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660, United States
14 hours ago
Congratulations are in order! At our Volunteer meeting last week, we had two service milestones to recognize: Volunteer Pam Parker has donated over 500 hours to the NBPD, and Volunteer Marc Spiegel just hit the *3,000* hour mark!
21 hours ago
Q: My insurance only gives me a digital copy of my insurance card. Do I need to print it out and keep it in my car?
A: Nope! California law now allows you to keep a digital copy of your insurance card. As long as you can provide the digital version, you don’t need a paper copy. https://t.co/AFXFGjNC5N
2 days ago
15 hrs, 15 mins: that’s how long NBPD officers ran a 120-mile relay race along desert roads from Baker, CA to Las Vegas this weekend. Out of 275 teams, we came in 26th overall & 2nd in our division. Thanks to everyone who cheered us on, and 👏👏👏 to our 2018 Baker to Vegas team! https://t.co/1jjkzm2ZvE
5 days ago
Each year, we put together a video for our awards breakfast. As we put the final touches on the 2018 production, we thought it would be neat to take a look back at last year’s video…
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