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

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


3 days ago
DISPOSE OF UNWANTED, UNUSED OR EXPIRED MEDICATIONS https://t.co/8xTX4F8r2h

1 month ago
Major Road Closures happening this Sunday March 11, 2018 for the Tustin Hangar Half Marathon & 5K. Please plan accordingly. #tustin #tustinhalfmarathon #tustinhangars https://t.co/6KgkYBOaVN

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2 months ago
We received this beautiful wreath today to honor Master Sergeant Pickney’s life of service. Thank you @taylorswift13 for this gesture. It means a great deal to all of us. And thank you for your continued support of our brave men and women in law enforcement. https://t.co/3q1KbV1HHm

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2 months ago
The pedestrian is going to be okay. 👍🏼

2 months ago
Working a vehicle v. pedestrian collision northbound Jamboree at Bryan Ave. please avoid the area for the next 30 min. https://t.co/B54aGtl0aY

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2 months ago
Thankful for no injuries. Please be mindful at our crossings. https://t.co/pGRdlq8b6q

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

On Friday, April 13, 2018 at 10:00 PM, a female suspect stole a tip jar from Taco Factory then pushed an employee who attempted to intervene. The suspect was wearing blue scrubs with a flower top and was accompanied by a male adult and a male teen. The suspects left in a brown or gold Mercedes Benz sedan with covered license plates. If you have information regarding this crime or the suspects, please call Tustin Police Detective Haug at 714-573-3246 and refer to TPD CR #: 18-2243.

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Tustin Police Department2 days ago

On Saturday, April 28, 2018, the Tustin Police Department, working in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will be hosting “Tustin Take Back Day.”

This event is a National Take-Back Initiative designed to remove potentially dangerous prescription drugs from our community. Citizens who want to dispose of any unwanted or unused prescription drugs can safely dispose of them from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM in the parking lot of the Tustin Police Department located at 300 Centennial Way, Tustin, CA 92780.

All types of medications including pills, tablets, ointments, and other standard forms will be accepted. Hypodermic syringes will not be accepted.

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Tustin Police Department3 days ago

May is designated as Law Enforcement Memorial Month. On Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 5:30 P.M. the Tustin Police Department host our annual fallen officer memorial ceremony. The public is invited to attend to join our department, along with other public officials, at this important ceremony.

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Tustin Police Department6 days ago

This morning Officer Ramirez contacted a subject in the old town area. During the contact Officer Ramirez noticed fresh red paint on the subject hands. Responding officers discovered several vehicles in the area which had been vandalized with red spray paint. The suspect was arrested and booked into Orange County Jail for felony vandalism. Excellent work by Officer Ramirez in catching this suspect “Red Handed.”

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Tustin Police Department1 week ago

In an effort to serve all members of our community, the Tustin Police Department conducts Homeless Outreach on a regular basis. We partner with both public and private agencies to provide services and resources to those in need. Even after securing resources, shelter, or treatment our officers often make it a point to stay in touch and follow up with those we assist. http://behindthebadgeoc.com/cities//tustin-pd-homeless-outreach-team-strikes-careful-balance-streets/

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Tustin Police Department1 week ago

Here at Tustin PD, our Communications Officers are at the heart of every incident. In 2017 the Communications Unit received over 89,000 phone calls of which 21,825 were 911 calls. Dispatchers are the calm voice connecting the anxious or frightened caller to the help they need. These same dispatchers bring calm to chaos assuring officers in the field that backup is on the way.

Public safety dispatchers are 9-1-1 operators who also monitor the location of emergency services personnel and equipment. They dispatch the appropriate type and number of units in response to calls for assistance. They are dedicated and highly trained professionals who must quickly assess the nature of an incident, ask appropriate questions, and determine the appropriate resources.

Dispatchers are there with the family who loses a child to a drowning incident or in a vehicle accident, they are there with the innocent shooting victim or the fearful family terrorized by a criminal. Through it all, every moment of every day, there is a dispatcher there waiting to help.

Dispatchers have challenging and stressful jobs as they handle all 9-1-1 emergency calls, non-emergency calls, and are in constant radio communication with the patrol officers. Sometimes the dispatcher may do all of these tasks simultaneously.

Dispatchers also look up Department of Motor Vehicles information on vehicles and the license status of drivers. They run data through the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), which provides criminal background history information. Dispatchers alert officers if a restraining order is in effect; if someone is a wanted person; about a suspect’s weapons history; or if someone is on parole or probation.

During the second week of April, we stop to thank and recognize the professionals referred to as the “Thin Gold Line”. This Thin Gold Line represents those who are rarely seen but are mostly heard, those that connect the frantic caller with the emergency personnel ready to respond.