Covina Police Department

  • Agency: Covina Police Department
  • Address: 444 N Citrus Ave, Covina, 91723 CA
  • Chief: Kim Raney (Chief of Police)
Phone: 626.331.3391
Fax: 626.384.5659

Covina Police Department is located at 444 N Citrus Ave, Covina, 91723 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Kim Raney. The Covina Police Department phone number is 626.331.3391.

Covina Police Department News

On Saturday Oct 27 from 10-2pm #CovinaPD will be a drop off spot for your unwanted/expired prescription drugs. The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.

When you work together long enough you start looking alike! #twinning #greatmindsthinkalike

Are you prepared for the big one? The City of Covina created a mock set up of an Emergency Operations Center to train and prepare for an actual natural disaster. The #GreatShakeOut was created as a reminder to ensure your family and home can withstand any devastation.

On 10/18/18 at 10:18am the City of Covina will be participating in the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills This exercise will be an opportunity for city staff to work together in an Emergency Operation Center (EOC) environment and practice skills required in an EOC during an actual emergency.

We had a great turn out this morning from the #Covina community for #CoffeeWithAcop 👮🏻‍♂️☕️👮🏻‍♀️ Thank you to all who visited and especially to Starbucks for hosting us!

HAPPENING NOW!! Join us at Starbucks until 10am for #CoffeeWithAcop in Downtown Covina!

It’s been four years since we lost our brother Officer Jordan Corder 🖤💙🖤Jordan you will never be forgotten.

Don’t forget to join us next week for #CoffeeWithACop at @starbucks in Downtown Covina☕️☕️☕️

PRESS RELEASE: Arrests made in connection with an August bar fight in covina

News Release: We need your help to identify this suspect. Victim Sustains a Skull Fracture from Assault On 8/17/2018 at approximately 11:54 pm, the victim and suspect were involved in a game of pool at Clancy’s Sports Bar 961 N. Azusa, Covina. After the game of pool the victim walked to the restroom. Moments later a male suspect is seen walking into the restroom holding a beer mug. Within moments of the suspect walking in, he is seen exiting the restroom and is captured on camera placing the beer mug on the floor outside of the restroom. The suspect is accompanied by a female and both are captured exiting the business together. The victim was struck in the head and was left unconscious in the men’s restroom. The victim sustained a major head injury from the assault. The suspect is described as a male Hispanic, approximately 40 years old, 5’6”, 180 lbs. and a moustache. He was wearing a green polo shirt and blue jeans and was seen leaving in an unknown make or model silver colored vehicle (paper plates). If you have any information to this crime or information on the male suspect in the video please contact Detective Ostarcevic at the Covina Police Department at (626) 384-5620. Reference Incident # 18-23973.

“We will remember every rescuer who died in honor. We will remember every family that lives in grief. We will remember...” - George W. Bush

Join us on Wednesday October 3rd from 8am-10am for #CoffeeWithACop at the #DowntownCovina Starbucks. Share your questions, comments or concerns with your Police Department while enjoying your morning brew☕️ or just come say hello!👋🏼

The #PinkPatchProject is a collaborative effort between numerous Law Enforcement agencies who have partnered together to combat breast cancer by raising public awareness and to raise funds for breast cancer research and treatment. In addition to our public education efforts, we have a goal of raising funds from the sale of #PinkPatchProject items to go directly to fund the research, treatment and education needed to help find a cure. The pink patches are intended to stimulate conversation with the community and to encourage public awareness about the importance of early detection and the on-going fight against this disease. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and proceeds we collect all year long go directly to City Of Hope. This year we have a goal of donating $10,000! 🎀🎀🎀🎀 The LA County Fair begins today and the Pink Patch Project has set up a booth where our merchandise can be purchased.

Citizens Academy Begins October 3rd 2018 -APPLY TODAY! The Citizen's Police Academy is a tuition free, seven-week program designed to introduce members of the community to #CovinaPD 🔘Applicants must be at least 18yrs old 🔘Can not have any felony convictions 🔘Can not have any misdemeanor or D.W.I arrests within the last 3 yrs 🔘Must pass a background check conducted by Covina PD 🔘And must live or work in the City of Covina To apply visit our website or contact Crime Prevention; Sgt Ryan Davis or Julie Chang at

In observance of Labor Day the Covina Police Department Records Division will be closed on Monday September 3th, 2018. Emergency services will remain in full operation. Thank you to those who will be working!

School started in Covina today for schools in the Charter Oak School District. Monday is the first day of school for Covina Valley Unified Schools. The attached link directs you to our website where we have posted a brief message, and you can also find attached letters drafted by each of these school districts for our community.

For more information on Alarm Permitting in the City of Covina, please visit the website at #CovinaPD #CityofCovina

National Night Out 2018 was a HUGE success!! We want to thank our sponsors, vendors, #CovinaPD and @cityofcovina personnel, volunteers and most importantly the Covina community who made it all possible!!

Join us tonight until 8:30pm at Heritage Plaza for National Night Out. Food, music, raffles, games and prizes! Stop by for Covina PD station tours, climb in a swat vehicle and meet K9 Jarno.

Grand Avenue Water Improvements Updated 7/25/18

National Night Out 2018 is Tuesday August 7th at Heritage Plaza Park from 5:30-8:30pm! Join Covina Police Department for live music, K9 demo, station tours and more!

On behalf of Chief Curley we would like to introduce you all to 3 new members of the Covina Police Department. Please help us welcome Officer Erik Bell, Officer Vanessa Pineda and Officer Kyle Romero to the City of Covina.

The Covina Police Department has acquired K9 Maco, who will be training and working with Officer Seylani in Patrol soon.

We wish to thank the families on O'Malley and surrounding streets in Covina, who organize and host the annual 4th of July parade. Today was the 20th annual parade, and they always invite Covina PD to participate. Today's event was attended by Officer Taron and Lieutenant Gaumer. Covina PD thanks the participating and organizing families on O'Malley for their Patriotism, hospitality and support of law enforcement.

Today marks the 12th anniversary of the passing of Sergeant Scott Hanson. Covina Police Department Chaplain Dave Truax led an invocation this morning at the Station Memorial to honor Scott, a dedicated husband, father, and honorable officer who loved his hometown of Covina.