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

We want to wish the best of luck to Covina High and Charter Oak High School as they continue in the 2017 CIF Southern Section High School Football Playoffs 🏈

A remarkable event began in Covina in November of 2012. The community saw the birth of a new project started by the Covina Rotary Club on the fields of Sierra Vista Middle School. For the entire week preceding Veteran’s Day, two thousand American flags flew as a patriotic tribute honoring all Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel for their dedication and service to our nation, preserving our security and our freedom. Visitors and volunteers from the surrounding communities experienced an amazing sense of patriotism while viewing and honoring a display of the flags – star spangled banners standing tall and proud, and by participating in various activities during the week ending on Veterans’ Day. Donations for flag dedications were established and 100% of the funds raised from the Field of Valor will provide assistance to our local Veterans, the families of our deployed military, and the Ontario USO. Sierra Vista Middle School is located at 777 Puente Street, Covina 91723, on the northwest corner of Grand and Puente.

We thank you for paying attention to the wanted photos and videos, and for providing tips to our investigators. This young man has been positively identified thanks to your help. Keep up the good work!!

WANTED: If you think you know this package thief you are encouraged to contact Covina Police Detective Ostarcevic at 626-384-5616.

Metrolink currently has Citrus Avenue closed both directions at the RR tracks. They will be working through the night and it's not known exactly when the road will re-open.

ROAD CLOSURE: Puente Avenue will be closed between Hollenbeck and Fourth to ensure the safety of students participating in the Battle of the Bands. We appreciate your patience and cooperation. Puente will re-open at approximately 10pm tonight.

Covina PD and the Azusa Police Department came together to help the Manny Mota International Foundation! All food and toys are going to GoDominicanRepublic to help those in need.

November is here! As part of this cancer awareness campaign. Covina PD along with numerous other law enforcement agencies will participate in No-Shave November Throughout the month, the department will relax its grooming polices for all employees to help bring attention to cancer awareness. Participants are encouraged to make a small donation online at no-shave.org Help us reach our goal of raising $1,000 by visiting www.no-shave.org/member/covinapolice

Happy Halloween!! 🎃👻🍬🍫

This morning we joined the students at Ben Lomond School for their Red Ribbon Week walkathon. Officers had a blast handing out stickers and taking selfies!

We love getting Halloween treats. Even if we can’t eat it, this one is pretty sweet 🎃

On October 18, 2016, the Covina City Council proclaimed October 23 through October 31 as Red Ribbon Week. This is the City of Covina's 31st annual observance of Red Ribbon Week and we are proudly supporting the philosophy that "It takes parents, city government, and the school districts to increase public awareness and to support and educate our youth being drug-free."

Covina Thunderfest & Music Festival is already well attended. If you plan to cruise down please be mindful of the multiple street closures and road blocks. 🚧 Remember, the cones are there for your safety and ours.

Covina Thunderfest & Music Festival is almost here! Please be aware of the “No Parking” sings posted in and around the Downtown area. Strict enforcement will begin tomorrow at 5am.

Covina PD and City of Covina are exercising the EOC as part of the Great Shakeout 2017. We're prepared! Are you? EARTHQUAKE SAFEY TIPS During an earthquake, do not try to move around. Drop, cover and hold on. Try to protect your head and torso. If you are sitting at a desk or table, get under it. Otherwise drop wherever you are. If you are in bed, stay there, curl up and hold on. Protect your head with a pillow. If you are inside, stay indoors until the shaking stops and you are sure it is safe to exit. When it is, use stairs rather than the elevator in case there are aftershocks, power outages or other damage. If you are outside, find a clear spot (away from buildings, power lines, trees, streetlights) and drop to the ground. Stay there until the shaking stops. If you are in a vehicle, pull over to a clear location and stop. Avoid bridges, overpasses and power lines if possible. Stay inside with your seatbelt fastened until the shaking stops. Then, drive carefully, avoiding bridges and ramps that may have been damaged. If you are in a mountainous area or near unstable slopes or cliffs, be alert for falling rocks and other debris. Landslides are often triggered by earthquakes. For more tips and safety information visit www.redcross.org/news/article/Participate-in-Thursdays-Great-ShakeOut-Earthquake-Drill

Millions of people worldwide will practice how to Drop, Cover, and Hold On at 10:19 a.m. on October 19* during Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills, which began in California in 2008. Participating is a great way for your family or organization to be prepared to survive and recover quickly from big earthquakes– wherever you live, work, or travel. Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills is also a major activity of America's PrepareAthon! For more information visit Shakeout.org

Last nights citizen’s academy got to see first hand how Covina PD conducts vehicle stops and building searches.

UPDATE: The Gas Co. worked quickly, made the necessary repairs, and Barranca Avenue is now completely re-opened both directions.

ROAD CLOSURE: Barranca Avenue is completely closed both directions between Badillo and Puente while repair crews work to repair a ruptured gas line. Please use an alternate route! The repair work is expected to keep the street closed until 2pm or later.

Last night Sergeant Tony Zavala was featured on NBC4 Nightly Hero segment with Fred Roggin. After some discussion Sergeant Zavala was asked to be our representative. Sgt Zavala served his country proudly in the USMC and has had a successful career in policing. Tony is an outstanding representative of law enforcement and we thank you for representing CPD!

Since 1981, October has been commemorated as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The observance serves to educate communities, individuals, couples and families about Family Advocacy Program services and other community resources that can help prevent, raise awareness of community responsibility and resources for addressing domestic abuse. The YWCA San Gabriel Valley is committed to providing women, girls, seniors and their families with the information they need to manage the critical issues in their lives. The WINGS (Women in Need Growing Strong) Domestic Violence Program began in 1979 and operates one of the largest domestic violence shelters in Los Angeles County. WINGS goal is to help domestic violence victims and their dependent children move out of crisis and toward safety and autonomy. They provide safe emergency and transitional shelter, support groups, individual assistance and provide or help families access longer term transitional housing. We also help victims access financial support, medical and legal assistance, job development skills for stable employment, transportation and child care. Through educational presentations, WINGS staff reach out to people in crisis and raise awareness of the entrenched, overlooked, and widespread social problem of domestic violence. If you are in need of assistance or know someone who is, contact the 24-hour Crisis Helpline (626) 967-0658 or visit http://www.ywcasgv.org/wings.php for more info.

On Monday, November 6, 2017, The Covina Chamber of Commerce and Jan’s Towing proudly presents the 47th Annual Golf Classic. In addition to golfing, there will be a helicopter ball drop (see attached). Consider purchasing golf balls for your opportunity to win $500. Winner does not need to be present. A portion of the proceeds benefits The Covina Police Department K-9 Program. For more information on golf, visit www.covina.org

Gear up to hear the roar of over 200 hot rod, classic and custom cars at Covina Thunderfest & Music Festival

We had a wonderful morning interacting with the community during National Coffee With A Cop. Thank you to those who attended and engaged in great conversations with us!

National Coffee with A Cop is in full swing! Come join Covina PD at Downtown Covina Starbucks till 9:30am