Azusa Police Department

  • Agency: Azusa Police Department
  • Address: 725 N. Alameda Ave., Azusa, 91702 CA
  • Chief: Robert B Garcia (Chief of Police)
Phone: (626) 812-3200
Fax:

Azusa Police Department is located at 725 N. Alameda Ave., Azusa, 91702 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert B Garcia. The Azusa Police Department phone number is (626) 812-3200.

Azusa Police Department News

During the month of November, Azusa Police will be participating in the annual No-Shave November campaign to promote cancer awareness. Officers and other department personnel participating in this worthy cause will be showing support by either growing out facial hair or wearing designated ribbons on their uniforms. Please feel free to speak with any of our participating members to get more information on this campaign! You may also visit www.no-shave.org for more information.. Please check out our Azusa PD Team page at: https://no-shave.org/team/Azpd4cancerawarness

Thank you to the runners, spectators and most importantly, our residents and business owners, in making this year's REVEL Canyon City Marathon a success.

Thanks to supporting police departments who came to assist with the marathon, our SWAT team and detectives made quick work of getting this suspect in custody.

http://www.azusapd.org/news-releases/brooksee-revel-canyon-city-marathon-expect-delays

For the REVEL Canyon City Marathon on Saturday, 11/04/2017, please follow @AzusaPD on Twitter for important traffic, parking and safety information. We'll post pictures on our Instagram feed as well. If you have any photos you want to share with the community, please use #runrevel in your posts. Good luck, runners!

Earlier today, members of #AzusaPD and family joined members of #CovinaPD to help the #mannymotafoundation package food and toys for families in need. Thank you to the Manny Mota Foundation for giving our local LE community an opportunity to help with this worthy cause!

Good morning Azusa, Please watch this quick video for traffic and parking information related to the Revel Brooksee Marathon being held in our city tomorrow morning...

http://www.azusapd.org/news-releases/multiple-businesses-burglarized-in-azusa

Thoroughly enjoyed the tour of Neighborhood Homework House given by some awesome kids. #NHH #OpenHouse2017

🎃👻 Happy Halloween! Please remember to slow down while traveling through our neighborhoods tonight. We will have little goblins and ghosts lurking at every corner. By the way, do you like candy corn? 🎃👻

Today, Police Officers from the Azusa Police Department were awarded the CPOA Award of Valor for their bravery in protecting citizens and their fellow officers during an active shooter incident on Election Day. We are very proud of them and thank them for their service.

Good morning Azusa.. Looking for something fun to do? Bring the family to Azusa's 14th Annual Trunk or Treat from 12pm to 4pm today.. Music entertainment, car show, food and trunk or treat all part of the fun! We are across from the police department in the 700 block N. Alameda Avenue.

Golden Days Parade 2017

Who is ready for the 2017 Azusa Golden Days Parade? We are! Chief Hunt and Captain Dennis are out handing out Golden Days Badges

Chief Hunt, Captain Dennis and Grand Marshal Nelson Vails at Elks Club breakfast. Join us 6th/San Gabriel until 10:00. Golden Days Parade starts at 10:00.

Starting Golden Days with a picture with our Grand Marshal, Nelson Vails, a US Olympics Cycling medalist. Parade starts at 10:00. Hope to see you there.

We were honored to talk about our careers with APU students today.

The 1000 Blk N Sunset is now open to all residents. Thank you for your patience.

The situation on the 1000 Blk N Sunset is stabilized. Detectives and other specialized personnel are conducting a detailed investigation. The 1000 Blk N Sunset is still closed off, but should open soon.

Longfellow parents who do not have transportation can meet at Hodge School for bus transportation to Mountain View School.

Hodge Elementary will be released from lockdown at the school district's discretion. Pickups need to come in from the west and leave to the west (toward Vernon).

All Longfellow students have been transported to Mountain View Elementary.