Huntington Park Police Department

  • Agency: Huntington Park Police Department
  • Address: 6542 Miles Ave, Huntington Park, 90255 CA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Huntington Park Police Department is located at 6542 Miles Ave, Huntington Park, 90255 CA. The Huntington Park Police Department phone number is 323-584-6254.

Huntington Park Police Department News

LOCATED- LOCATED - LOCATED Thank you all for your assistance and concern. Daimon was located safe and unharmed several miles from where he went missing. Our agency greatly appreciates all the social media shares. We are currently working with The Department of Children and Family Services to assure Daimon’s needs are being met. CRITICAL MISSING: The Huntington Park Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 12-year-old Daimon Valle, who was last seen running eastbound on Slauson Ave. & State St. in the City of Huntington Park on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 4pm. Daimon is described as a male Hispanic, who stands 5’02”, weighs 100 pounds and has medium length to short black hair and brown eyes. Daimon was last seen wearing an orange and beige horizontal striped shirt, navy blue pants, multi colored pastel colored shoes. Daimon is not taking medication; however, he is diagnosed with autism and is non-verbal. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Huntington Park Police Department at 323-584-6254 or dial 9-1-1.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Alfred Martinez, Lieutenant / 323-826-6649 or Huntington Park Police Department Reminds Residents to Celebrate Tonight’s Game in a Responsible & Peaceful Manner HUNTINGTON PARK (November 1, 2017) Huntington Park Police Department (HPPD) is committed to ensuring the safety of our residents, local businesses and the entire community. As part of that commitment, HPPD along with the City of Huntington Park encourage everyone to celebrate this historic sporting event responsibly. The safest place to enjoy the game is in comfort of your home. If you do go outside, celebrate on public property so long as you neither violate the law nor obstruct vehicular or pedestrian traffic. HPPD officers will be actively monitoring activity throughout Huntington Park and will be visibly present during and after tonight’s World Series televised game. Fans and residents can report any inappropriate disruptive activity at 323-584-6254 or if the incident is an emergency please call 9-1-1. HPPD encourages everyone to celebrate in ways that are fun, safe, and respectful of property. Our goal is to protect Huntington Park’s residents and visitors so that they can cheer on their favorite team safely and legally!

Last nights "Haunt'ington Park Halloween Festival" was a huge success. The event was well attended by community members, who were entrained with a haunted house, movie in the park, dancers and much more... Congratulations to all of the costume contest winners and thank you to all who came and enjoyed the fun! Special thanks to our elected officials and all of the city staff for their support & dedication to the event.

Looking forward to seeing everyone at the Haunt’ington Park event tomorrow. These awesome Explorers, Cadets and staff are hard at work putting all the final touches on our haunted house.

Chief of Police Cosme Lozano supporting Huntington Park High School (HPHS) and showing his Spartan pride during Homecoming tonight! Our Chief of Police is an HPHS alumni! Go Spartans!

Thanks to the Office of Traffic Safety, the city of Huntington Park was awarded a $140,000.00 dollar grant to help alleviate traffic injuries and fatalities, locate and arrest under the influence drivers, and help spread pedestrian safety to the community.

An outstanding success story as a result of a collaboration between Huntington Park SERMET (Southeast Regional Mental Health Evaluation Team), LAHSA (LA County Homeless Services Authority and DMH (Department of Mental Health). Approximately two months ago, a large homeless encampment had taken root in an abandoned business lot in the city. Our SERMET officers soon realized it was a haven for criminal activity and drug abuse, on top of terrible living conditions. The three above mentioned entities along with officers and city employees cleaned up the encampment area. With the help of LAHSA, SERMET and DMH, the homeless living in the lot were offered services and shelter. This is Bernice (pictured on the right), she was living on the streets for many years due to a substance abuse problem. She was one of the women living in the encampment. Due to the help provided by our department and the County homeless services, she has been assigned a case worker. She is now 50 days clean, is currently employed, and is petitioning to regain custody of her son.

In recognition of the 50th Anniversary of Officer Robert H. Keller’s passing, the Department’s personnel wear their Class A uniform, with mourning band, as a sign of respect and remembrance of his service. On October 5, 1967, Officer Robert H. Keller responded to a silent alarm call at a dress shop on Pacific Boulevard. There he met with a security officer from an alarm company and together they entered the store. Once inside the men confronted an armed suspect, who opened fire from an ambush position. A gun battle ensued and approximately twelve rounds were exchanged between the suspect and Officer Keller. The suspect ran from the store but a trail of blood indicated that at least one of Officer Keller's bullets struck the suspect. Officer Keller sustained a gunshot wound to the chest and succumbed to his injuries. Officer Robert Keller’s killer was never identified, despite an intense manhunt for the suspect. #neverforget #inthelineofduty #HPPD

During tonight’s City Council Meeting, Mayor Sanabria and members of the City Council presented a proclamation in memory of Officer Robert H. Keller to Chief Cosme Lozano. 50 years ago, on October 5, 1967, Officer Robert H. Keller responded to a silent alarm call at a dress shop on Pacific Boulevard. There he met with a security officer from an alarm company and together they entered the store. Once inside the men confronted an armed suspect, who opened fire from an ambush position. A gun battle ensued and approximately twelve rounds were exchanged between the suspect and Officer Keller. The suspect ran from the store but a trail of blood indicated that at least one of Officer Keller's bullets struck the suspect. Officer Keller sustained a gunshot wound to the chest and succumbed to his injuries. Officer Robert Keller’s killer was never identified, despite an intense manhunt for the suspect. In recognition of the 50th Anniversary of Officer Keller’s passing, the Department purchased a new memorial frame that now adorns the front counter of the Police Department.

COMMUNITY EVENT - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & SEXUAL ASSAULT CONFERENCE The Women's Club of Huntington Park will be hosting their 5th Annual Conference on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault. DATE/TIME: October 7, 2017 / 10am to 2:30pm LOCATION: Salt Lake Park Community Center - 6925 Salt Lake Ave.

The Huntington Park Police Department will be hosting our next Teen Police Academy. This program provides young adults with the opportunity to go behind the scenes and see what it takes to run a full service law enforcement organization. For additional information please contact Administration Specialist Johnny Carrillo at or at 323-826-6665.

HUNTINGTON PARK POLICE DETECTIVES RECEIVE U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE AWARD The 2017 U.S. Attorney’s Office Law Enforcement Awards ceremony was held today in Downtown Los Angeles at the LAPD Ronald F. Deaton Civic Auditorium. Among the recipients were our very own Sergeants Gabriel Alpizar & Steve Thoreson. They were recognized for their work and collaborative efforts with the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office. Great work gents! #makinghpproud

We would like to introduce our newest member of the Huntington Park Police Department, Canine Kaz (Kah'z). Kaz, a sixteen month old Dutch Shepard, will be assigned to the Crime Suppression Unit as a Narcotics Detection Canine, under the direction of Detective Miguel Fuentes. Together, they will be entering into an extensive training program, where they will build the knowledge and experience to work as partners for years to come. We would like to thank the collaborative efforts of our City Council, City Staff , and Police Department and their continued support of this program.

**Loaded Firearm Recovered** Excellent job by Day Watch patrol officers. Today while patrolling a parking lot known to be a congregation point for gang members, taggers and car thieves, our officers discovered suspicious activity around a parked vehicle. A male adult subject was detained and a loaded firearm, methamphetamine and a smoking pipe were recovered. The suspect was arrested and taken to jail. Another unregistered gun, and dangerous narcotics taken off the streets by diligent officers.

On August 31, Huntington Park Officers, Parking Enforcement, Police Volunteers, along with California Highway Patrol conducted a DUI checkpoint within the city. It was a great success. Trained screeners on the vehicle check line were able to identify symptoms of alcohol and drug intoxication. These observations were used to arrest for driving while intoxicated. Multiple unlicensed drivers were also contacted and issued citations. Our keen officers even located, and arrested a driver for an outstanding warrant. These officers worked diligently until 4am trying to keep the streets of Huntington Park safe from DUI drivers. Remember alcohol and drug intoxication are the same when it comes to operating a motor vehicle. Also, always call 911 if you observe a possible intoxicated driver and request police assistance. Lets keep the community safe from DUI drivers together.

The Huntington Park Police Department would like to remind you not to drive impaired. The safety of our community is of utmost importance.

Please join us in welcoming our newest police officer to the department, Officer Martin Rodriguez. Officer Rodriguez graduated this afternoon from the Rio Hondo Police Academy - Class 204. Officer Rodriguez worked as a Police Cadet with our agency before being selected to become a sworn officer.

Huntington Park Police Department Receive Grant to Fight Alcohol-related Crime City will receive $35,000 to Reduce Alcohol Related Problems Huntington Park Police Chief Cosme Lozano announced today that the Police Department has been awarded a $35,000 grant from the California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) to battle alcohol-related crime. “This is important to the city in order to increase protection for youth and to shut down problem locations that have contributed to an increase in crime,” Lozano said. The grant is one of 52 awarded in California to local law enforcement agencies through ABC’s Grant Assistance Program (GAP). The grants strengthen local law enforcement efforts by combining the efforts of local police officers and ABC agents. ABC agents have expertise in alcoholic beverage laws and can help communities reduce alcohol-related problems. “The program improves the quality of life in neighborhoods,” said ABC Director Jacob Applesmith. “We’ve seen a real difference in the communities where the grant program resources have been invested.” The GAP Program was created in 1995 to strengthen partnerships between ABC and local law enforcement agencies. The program is designed to put bad operators out of business, keep alcohol away from minors and bring penalties such as fines, suspensions or revocations against businesses that violate the law. The funds will be used to reduce the number of alcoholic beverage sales to minors, obviously intoxicated patrons, illegal solicitations of alcohol, and other criminal activities such as the sale and possession of illegal drugs. The GAP Program has distributed over $20 million to local law enforcement to combat alcohol-related crime. ABC is a Department of the Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency.

National Night Out (NNO) 2017 was a huge success. We thank everyone from the community for coming out and joining us for this great event. A huge thank you to all of our volunteers, explorers, cadets, officers and participants. A special thanks to our partners at Parks & Rec and Public Works! We couldn't do it without you. Many of the fantastic prizes and giveaways were made possible by our awesome and generous sponsors. #Mr.C'stowing #RoyalCatering #farmerjohn #gavinacoffee, #homedepot #nickalexanderbmw #lamega96.3fm #CHP See you in 2018!

NOW HIRING: POLICE CADETS - PART TIME The Huntington Park Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Cadet. The Police Cadet program presents an excellent opportunity for those individuals, who are interested in a career in law enforcement. Police Cadets are part-time employees, who assist with various functions throughout the department, including Bike Patrol, Investigations, Evidence, Administration, and Youth Services. The Police Department supports higher educational goals and a Police Cadet’s work hours are planned with a school schedule in mind. If you have questions about the postion please contact Sgt. J. Settles at or Lt. A. Martinez at The application can be found here:

National Night Out is just one week away... Join us on August 1, 2017 from 5 PM to 9 PM @ Robert H. Keller Memorial Park located at 6550 Miles Avenue.

Officers from the Huntington Park Police Department would like voice our concern and prayers for a speedy recovery to both officers injured during this tragic event. The Southeast Los Angeles area is comprised of many smaller municipal police departments who work together constantly. Having officers from Downey and South Gate injured in a tragic accident is as if one of our own were involved. Hopefully they both recover and heal quickly.

We would like to invite the public to attend the Kick-Off Ceremony for the Downtown Public Safety Program. The event will be held on Pacific Blvd., betweeen the businesses located at 6715 & 6725 on Thursday, July 20, 2017 @ 1:00 pm. Members of our Command Staff will be introducing our revamped bicycle cadet program and our plan to address public safety concerns in the business district.

EXPLORER GRADUATION The Huntington Park Police Department Explorer Post #1028, just added four new members. These young ladies began the process of becoming Huntington Park Police Explorers approximately nine months ago. They took part in a selection process which included a pre-academy then onto attending the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Explorer Academy where they joined Explorer Class #98. On Saturday, June 24, 2017 they officially graduated in a ceremony that took place in the City of Whittier. Excellent work and welcome to the Huntington Park Police Family! The graduates are: Valerie Rodriguez Pauline Diaz Liliana Ramos Amy Bonilla The Police Explorer Program is open to all young men and women from the community ranging from 14 to 21 years in age. If you would like additional information about the program you can pick up an application at the front counter of the Huntington Park Police Department or you can contact Sgt. J. Settles at: