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Newport Beach California Police Station Address: 870 Santa Barbara Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660, United States


7 hours ago
TY to @OrangeCountyTIP , who put together a basket of goodies for our officers!

TIP helps community members with emotional & practical support during the critical first few hours after a tragedy. They do great work & we 💙 working w/them (even when they don’t bring us snacks 😋) https://t.co/cyRhKEq0qM

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2 days ago
Congratulations to Newport Beach Police Explorers for their outstanding performance at the 20th Annual Chandler Tactical Competition!! Well done, Post 1050! 👏👏👏 https://t.co/GSV4KZC3m0

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5 days ago
This week, the folks from @CA_ABC stopped by to give our staff a plaque of recognition. What did we do to deserve such an honor? We waaaaaaay exceeded the goals we set up for our ABC Grant Assistance Program. Like, exceeded them by 150%.

What can we say? We’re over-achievers. 😉 https://t.co/4RU6BRFI2F

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5 days ago
There will be no street sweeping on Monday… which means that there will be NO PARKING ENFORCEMENT for street sweeping on Monday. Enjoy a little extra curb-time on us. 😉

Tuesday, it’s back to business as usual. https://t.co/0sSQBHkd38

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1 week ago
Since there’s a three-day weekend coming up (for SOME of you, at least!), we thought it might be a good excuse to play our favorite holiday-game: CopLibs!

Confused? Interested? Want to know more? Head over to https://t.co/nJ1MMDM3Mh to read this morning’s post with more details. https://t.co/QYnfpn8qbk

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1 week ago
Vance Caesar: “Any time people feel they are giving more than they are getting, it sows a seed of resentment.” The happiest people feel like they are getting more than they give, out of their jobs, their relationships, their marriages, their lives. https://t.co/eqGVedscxJ

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Thank you to our partners at TIP Orange County , who stopped by the NBPD this week with a basket of goodies for our officers!

TIP (Trauma Intervention Program) is an incredible resource… Their volunteers help community members with emotional and practical support during the critical first few hours after a tragedy. They are special folks, and we are honored to have them as part of our extended NBPD Family.

And… We’ll put the snacks to good use too. 😋

#partnership #sothankful #couldtheybemoreawesome

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Newport Beach Police Department22 hours ago

Sometimes you have a rough day. If you’re lucky, you have someone like Mary to build you up again.

We are blessed by every word of support we receive, and this card especially touched our hearts. 💙💙

It reads:
Dear Police Officer,
This is a note to thank you.
Thank you for risking your life every day for complete strangers.
Thank you for working days, nights, weekends, holidays, birthday, and countless other special occasions to keep us safe.
Thank you for continuing to do the job you were sworn to do despite all that is happening around you.
You are strong, you are brave, you are a hero.
You will always have my deepest appreciation, respect, and support.
Sincerely,
Mary

#unexpectedkindness #grateful #thankyou

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Newport Beach Police Department1 day ago

Gather ‘round, dear ones! We have another story for you. A lovely, wholesome, uplifting tale to buoy your week. (Well… maybe that’s an overstatement… but we’ll try!)

Our story begins on a Sunday, just after the stroke of midnight. Two officers are enjoying their shift, working away in beautiful Newport Beach. They are driving down Mariners Drive, approaching Dover Drive, when the peaceful lawfulness of the dimly-lit scene is disrupted by a white Toyota Camry with a broken tail light. Time for a little chat with the driver? Perhaps. It could end up as a pleasant advisal… maybe.

Probably not.

🚨🚨🚨 The Toyota pulls over on 16th Street, near Seagull Lane. The officers greet Driver Guy, who is alone in the car. After the initial pleasantries, the officers ask for the “Big Three”: license, registration, proof of insurance.

Fail, fail, fail. Driver Guy has none of them.

Let’s start at the beginning of the list… why, pray tell, is this fine young man unable to provide his driver license to the officers? He says it’s because he just doesn’t have it on him. Whoopsie! Unless that’s code for “it’s because it was suspended by the DMV and taken away from him three days ago”, though, he’s a *bit* of a liar.

Next up: registration and proof of insurance. What’s the excuse here? He says it’s because he’s driving his sister’s car for a few minutes… he’s juuuuust driving it back to her place in Costa Mesa right now, in fact… and he doesn’t know why she doesn’t have that stuff in the glove box. Oops! Unless we’re mistaken, there’s a Huntington Beach address prominently displayed on his GPS… Driver Guy is being upgraded to “Liar, liar” status.

We’ll give him the chance to redeem himself with one more question: Is there anything illegal in the vehicle? Cue the sad trombone: 🎶Wah-wah-waaaaaaah🎶. He says no. That’s the wrong answer. Not only is there cocaine in his center console, but it’s neatly packaged in several baggies of consistent size and weight. Plus there’s a digital scale – complete with white powdery residue – and a wad of $20 bills as well. (Editor’s note: for our fine law-abiding readers, that’s the makings of a drug-dealing kit. $20 bills are a common denomination for easy sales, and the uniform packaging in 1-gram increments is a sign of good “inventory”.) We have officially entered “liar, liar, pants on fire” territory. Tread lightly.

The next question isn’t a biggie, but the answer is painful. The officers smell alcohol and marijuana – why would that be? As if he hasn’t done enough already, Driver Guy has a beloved local theme park to sully: he was there earlier today, smoking pot and drinking. Cocaine sales AND tarnishing the hallowed Happiest Place?? This will not stand. (Editor’s note: the facts of the case come from the officers; the horror and indignation are my own.) He’s sober enough to drive, so there’s no additional charge for DUI.

Let’s get to the wholesome-and-uplifting part, huh? Driver Guy is off to jail. 😌 His cocaine is off the streets and off to the Property & Evidence Room. His booking charges include possession of narcotics for sales, transporting narcotics for sales, and driving on a suspended license.

And thus, dear readers, our story ends. May your Wednesdays be cheery, and involve ZERO cocaine dealers. ☺️

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Newport Beach Police Department2 days ago

Congratulations to Newport Beach Police Explorers for their outstanding performance at the 20th Annual Chandler Tactical Competition!!

This past weekend, 65 teams of Police Explorers from eight different states all came together in Chandler, AZ to put their tactical skills to the test. Our Explorers (and their advisers, who are all members of NBPD staff) brought home TEN awards!

We couldn’t be prouder of these young men and women for their time, effort, and dedication. With so many other draws on a young person’s time and attention, we are honored that each Explorer has chosen to participate in this program and commit themselves to growth, discipline, and personal development.

Well done, Post 1050! 👏👏👏

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Newport Beach Police Department3 days ago

Teamwork makes some incredible things possible… and CopLibs is one of those things! We played a game with our incredible readers this morning, and this story is the result… a very kooky result. 😊 All of the submitted words appear inside asterisks.

And, without further ado, here’s today’s tale:

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Sometimes, a patrol shift throws you a curve ball… or a *curve police car*, if you will. You may come to work, *beautiful* and expecting *cats* and *artichokes*… but, as your grandpappy liked to say, “Never *crash* an *old* *hedgehog* in the *right big toe*.”

Oh man… hang on, grandpappy… This is going to be one of those shifts.

You and your partner, Officer *Elwood Cabral* are heading out into the field. You’re just out of the Academy and *glittery*, ready to *implement* a *caustic* difference on the streets of Newport Beach. It’s a *aromatic* day, and the breeze smells faintly of *snow*. The perfect day for a perfect first shift.

Before you even get in the patrol car, you’re dispatched to a call. Evidently *17* *crazy* *miniature goats* have been *crooning* at a *sparkling* lady near *the jetty* for *1,966* *moments* and the neighbors are at their wit’s end.

“*Darn tootin’*,” your partner says with a look of *shock* and a *frown*, “I wonder how this is going to end!”

Weeeeellll, you DIDN’T think it would end with *31* *teal* *expanding files* and a pile of old *wieners* in the back of your patrol car, not to mention the *fried chicken* smeared all over your boots… but it did. At least all the neighbors are happy now! Anyways, that’s a story for another day, because it’s what happens NEXT that is definitely worth sharing.

As your partner pulls away from that call, you wipe off the last traces of the chicken from your shoelaces, and start humming along with the song on the radio (*“It Ain’t My Fault” by Brothers Osbourne*). But then you look up to see a strange sight: *eight* people dressed as *meter maids*, all pouring out of an opening in a *chartreuse* and *indigo* striped fumigation tent. Why is that strange? Well, besides the fact that meter maids rarely travel in packs, they ALSO rarely are involved in the residential fumigation process.

“*Rut row*,” you think, “Did they just burglarize that home? Are we catching them in the act?”

Sure enough, you are! The tent is due to come down later today and the fumes are all but dissipated, so the thieves have taken the opportunity to help themselves to whatever they found inside.

Holy *Hallelujah*! You can’t believe that these criminals dressed like meter maids to disguise themselves! They should be ashamed and *fluffy*. Your Nana was a meter maid and you will not see that reputation sullied, OR see a resident lose all their valuables. Not on YOUR first shift!

As if on cue, those eight set of thieving eyes look up and spot your marked police car. They turn and start to *hobble* away *stealthily*, but your partner is a *sparkly* thinker and has already called for backup. You and your partner (and your newly food-free boots) *oscillate* out of the car and start to chase them down.

Just *136* jumped hedges, a dozen *massive* turns, and a few *wrinkled* looks from passers-by later, you and your fellow officers have caught them all. Whew! Good thing you did all those *deadlifts* in the Academy, or your *anterior cruciate ligament* would sure be sore tomorrow!

It turns out that every one of the fake-meter-maids is sporting a backpack or a *gym bag* with ill-gotten gains. They have *five* *iPads*, a few designer *shoes*, and a handful of *Miss America tiaras*, in addition to *$556* in cash and a bunch of credit cards.

Tsk, tsk, tsk.

While you wait for the transportation van to haul these thieves off to Jail, you and your partner exchange a celebratory fist-bump.

A while later, your partner gets you up to speed while you finish the last *one* page of booking paperwork: “I spoke to the homeowners on the phone. Turns out they’re both *proctologists* and they’re out of town for the big proctologist convention in *Buffalo*. I explained that they really need to remove all of the valuables from their home when it’s being fumigated. They were initially *cumbersome*, but also very grateful that we were here when it happened and that we got all their stuff back.”

You nod *sneakily*.

“We can’t rest yet, though,” he continues… “Dispatch just messaged that there’s another three calls pending for us. But, when we’re done, I’m buying you *an Organic Chocolate Brownie Iced Vanilla Double-Shot Gingerbread Frappuccino* and a *salami*. A foot chase AND all those animals?? You’ve had a crazy first shift.”

Well, like *John Wayne* once said, “You can’t *dance* a *sphygmomanometer* by its *flying saucer*. He — and your grandpappy — would have a lot to say about this shift!

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Thanks again for playing, everybody! 💙💙💙

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Newport Beach Police Department3 days ago

CopLibs begins NOW!

Today, NBPD is hosting another round of CopLibs – which is our own version of the MadLibs word game you might have played as a child. Here’s how it’s going to work:

The game is now open. Interested players will have until noon to join the game by posting in the comments. We’ll reply (by noon) to your comment with you word assignment(s).

1:00 pm – This is the deadline to get your word assignments completed. Don’t forget to check back before the deadline to get in on the fun!

3:00 pm (or earlier) – We’ll post the finished story, for your reading pleasure. And your amusement. They’re usually a hoot. 😂

Thank you to everyone who voted for another CopLibs – you made this possible! Let the game begin – just comment below to join in the fun!

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Newport Beach Police Department4 days ago

CopLibs is ON! Tomorrow, NBPD will host another round of CopLibs – which is our own version of the MadLibs word game you might have played as a child. Here’s how it’s going to work:

8:00 am – We’ll open the game with a “Round 1” post. Players will then have until noon to join the game by posting in the comments.

We’ll reply to your comment with you word assignment(s).

1:00 pm – This is the deadline to get your word assignments completed. Don’t forget to check back before the deadline to get in on the fun!

3:00 pm (or earlier) – We’ll post the finished story, for your reading pleasure. Bring tissues. It’s usually a bit of a tear-jerker… if you cry when you *laugh your head off*. 😂

Thank you to everyone who voted for another CopLibs – you made this possible!