Coronado Police Department

  • Agency: Coronado Police Department
  • Address: 700 Orange Ave, Coronado, 92118 CA
  • Chief: Lou Scanlon (Chief of Police)
Phone: 619-522-7350
Fax: (619) 435-1329

Coronado Police Department is located at 700 Orange Ave, Coronado, 92118 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Lou Scanlon. The Coronado Police Department phone number is 619-522-7350.

Coronado Police Department News

Honoring all veterans! Thank you for serving our country and protecting our freedoms. The Police Department would like to personally thank all of our employees and volunteers who have served, and those who are still serving in our military. Your bravery and courage is truly appreciated.


Our flags are lowered to half-staff by presidential proclamation until sunset on Saturday, November 10, as a mark of respect for the victims of the tragic shooting in Thousand Oaks last night.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all who have suffered a great loss as a result of the horrific incident in Thousand Oaks. Ventura County Sheriff Sergeant Ron Helus, a 29 year veteran, was killed in the line of duty running into the Borderline Bar in an attempt to stop an active shooter. We’re sending our deepest condolences to the Ventura County Sheriff's Office as they mourn the loss of a hero. Our officers will wear mourning bands across their badges to honor Sgt. Helus.

Chief Chuck Kaye was sworn in at the city council meeting this afternoon in front of family, friends and his new staff here at the police department. #welcome #policefamily #community

#Halloween2018 Welcome to the family Junior Officer Olivia Armstrong #futureofficer #loveourCoronadokids #community

Fall safety forecast- predicting a safe and secure Coronado. Now that the lazy days of summer are officially over, it is time to think about how the changing seasons can change the direction of crime. With fall and winter arriving, comes more darkness and more activities after dark. Here are some crime prevention strategies to consider: **End of Daylight Savings Time is a great time to change the batteries in smoke alarms. • Make sure your bicycle has a light (try “blinkie” lights) and reflective decals on the rims or spokes. • When riding your bicycle at night, make sure you wear reflective clothing and reflective decals on your helmet and shoes. • Don’t return home to a dark house. Put exterior & interior lights on timers. • Trim landscaping to aid visibility & increase the ability to be seen. • Don’t open the door to a stranger—day or night. Say “no thank you” through the door. • If it is no longer light when you go out to jog or walk, consider your options. • Walk or jog with a friend. • Always carry your phone. Let someone know when you will be back. • Use a well-traveled, well-lit path. • Be aware & alert. If you don’t like what you see, take a different path. • Be visible. Wear reflective clothing when walking or jogging. • Park your car as close as possible, under a light & remove all personal property. • Make sure your car is in good repair tires & all. • Use your headlights in the rain. • Remove distractions while driving especially in limited light. • Plan for leaving work after dark. Walk with others, get a security escort or call someone on the phone. Park under a light & have your keys in hand. • End of Daylight Savings Time is a great time to change the batteries in smoke alarms. Let’s all have a safe and secure fall.

Local Law Enforcement will be staking out Dunkin' Donuts in San Diego County to help raise money and awareness for the local Special Olympics athletes. Our very own Officer Grace Del Bagno will be at the Dunkin' Donuts at the Navy Exchange Building on Naval Air Station North Island from 6 am to 10 am. Stop by, and help us support San Diego Special Olympics.

Downtown Goes Ghostly was a huge success last night. Thanks for stopping by and visiting with us. #LoveourCoronadokids #Halloween2018 #community