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Tustin California Police Station Address: 300 Centennial Way, Tustin, CA 92780, United States


Tustin Police Department

Located in the heart of Orange County, CA, the Tustin Police Department provides public safety services to the residents, tourists, and business community of Tustin. Consisting of nearly 100 sworn and over 50 civilian staff members, the hard working men and women of Tustin PD strive to reduce crime and improve the overall quality of life for members of the Tustin community

The Police Department facility is located next door to the City Hall at 300 Centennial Way, Tustin CA 92780. The Department serves a population of over 75,000 spanning over 12 sqaure miles of Central Orange County.

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Tustin Police Department2 days ago

Thursday January 11th, was a very sad day for TPD’s K-9 Program. Regretfully, after four years of faithful service to the community and the Tustin Police Department, 7-year-old police service dog Riggs was put down that afternoon to save him the suffering from the ravages of a terminal illness. In early January a lump was detected on his neck by his handler, Officer Eric Kent. A biopsy was performed and the results came back a week later as bone cancer which is essentially a terminal illness in dogs that can be treated, but one where the results are merely the prolonging of the animal’s pain and suffering. As you can understand, upon hearing the news, Eric, his family and the members of the TPD’s K9 program were devastated.

Riggs’ condition was rapidly deteriorating and although he had a very high tolerance for pain and possessed a true warrior spirit, it was clear he was suffering. Our City veterinarian diagnosed him with two weeks to live.

Riggs came to us from The Netherlands by way of Adlerhorst International in Riverside four years ago when Eric selected him from numerous other dogs during a “show day”. Eric and Riggs formed an almost instant bond with Eric being an experienced handler and Riggs being a big 3 ½ year old Dutch Shepherd with an equally big attitude. They lived together, trained together and fought together and through it all, developed a bond that only they could understand. Over that time, they took guns off the street, dope away from drug dealers, frightened some of the most hardened criminals into surrendering at the mere sight of them, handled hundreds of alarm calls to keep other officers free to handle higher priority calls and proactivity and performed dozens of PR events.

Riggs will be sorely missed but never forgotten. He passed away in the comfort of his own home, the Kent residence, under the supervision of the City veterinarian the afternoon of the 11th. Riggs’ remains will be cremated and retained by Eric and his family.

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Tustin Police Department2 days ago

STREET RACING UPDATE:

Over the past three months, the police department began a directed enforcement program in areas of the city where street racing has been known to occur. We also focused on areas where we have received numerous citizen complaints about street racing. We began with extra patrol checks and enforcement from our patrol and traffic divisions during early evening hours. In the past three months, officers conducted 93 patrol checks in the target areas. We then conducted two special enforcement details, one in October and one in November. Street racing occurs randomly and can be difficult to target, so we decided to consistently conduct special enforcement details on the weekends during the month of December. In all, we conducted 10 special operations focused on street racing enforcement. As we mentioned in the original post, our combined effort produced 427 total enforcement stops and 325 citations. One of these enforcement stops turned into a vehicle pursuit, which we cancelled for the safety of the public. We did however, locate the vehicle and driver at a later date. Several citations were issued for vehicles traveling in excess of 100 mph. One of the citations issued was for a vehicle traveling 123 mph on our city street! Additionally, we made 15 arrests as a result of the extra enforcement. In response to several of the comments, some vehicles were towed but it is difficult to determine how many because we do not generally keep statistics on the number of vehicles we tow.

We will continue to work with the community to target street racing on the streets of Tustin. If you ever see or hear street racing occurring on our streets, please call us immediately so we can address it as it is occurring. The safety and security of our citizens and those passing through on our streets are of the utmost importance to us and together we can keep our streets safe.

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Tustin Police Department2 days ago

The City of Tustin is hosting its annual Blood Drive tomorrow, January 18, 2018, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Clifton C. Miller Community Center. If you would like to participate in this blood drive, please make an appointment online at www.redcrossblood.org and use the Sponsor Code: Tustin. If you are unable to make an appointment online, please contact Giselle Guzman at (714) 573-3371 or gguzman@tustinca.org.

The Clifton C. Miller Community Center is located at 300 Centennial Way, Tustin CA. 92780. We hope to see you there!

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Tustin Police Department4 days ago

Some of you may have noticed the significant police presence tonight around the Starbucks in Larwin Square. We received several calls regarding a subject seen loading a handgun and placing it into his waistband inside the store. Officers from our North Area Patrol Division, Gang Unit, and K9 Unit responded to the location. The subject was detained and disarmed without incident. The investigation revealed the subject was on probation for prior weapons charges, but in today’s case the weapon was an airsoft gun. As you can see by the photograph, even the writing on the gun would lead a layperson to believe it was a Sig Sauer handgun. The subject was arrested and booked at Orange County Jail.

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Tustin Police Department1 week ago

Join Mayor Al Murray, Tustin P.D. and the OC Fire Authority for a free, informational town hall meeting to learn about wildfire preparedness. Free giveaways to the first 150 attendees and a Q & A with an expert panel.

For your convenience, 2 meetings are offered at the Tustin MarketPlace Community Center at 2961 El Camino Real:

1/20 from 10am-11:30am
1/23 from 7pm-8:30pm

Questions can be submitted in advance to https://cityoftustin.seamlessdocs.com/f/townhall

Please RSVP at https://cityoftustin.seamlessdocs.com/f/wildfirepreparedness

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Tustin Police Department added 2 new photos.1 week ago

Pictured is Officer Mike McJunkin. Officer McJunkin holds a certificate in the Administration of Justice from Citrus College. In 2017, he came to us as a lateral deputy from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Officer McJunkin has always wanted to work for a smaller police department so he can build relationships and engage with the community through his policing efforts.

After 16 weeks in the field training program, tonight officer McJunkin was released out on his own. He will continue to be trained and mentored by senior officers on his shift and his field sergeant. Pictured with Officer McJunkin are two of his FTOs, Officers Houle and Gomez.

Congratulations Mike and we wish you the best of luck in your career at Tustin PD.