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

BOOKING PHOTOGRAPH OF THE PURSUIT SUSPECT FROM 02-20-18. The Suspect was booked for various charges including felony evading.

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release: Contact: Lt. Alfred Martinez / 323-826-6649 VEHILCE PURSUIT HUNTINGTON PARK, CA -- On February 20, 2018 at 9:44 P.M. Huntington Park Police Officers were alerted to a stolen vehicle in the area of Salt Lake Avenue and Gage Avenue in the City of Huntington Park. Upon arrival, officers located the stolen vehicle and conducted a high risk stop in the area of Randolph Street and Miles Avenue. During the course of the stop, the driver became uncooperative and fled the scene, at which time officers initiated a vehicle pursuit. The pursuit lasted approximately 38 minutes and travelled throughout the East Los Angeles area. The pursuit ended when the suspect drove into the Metro Gold line train tunnel. Officers contained the area and a search by Huntington Park Police Officers and LAPD Officers resulted in the driver, later identified as Rafael Lopez, a 27-year-old resident of Los Angeles, located hiding within the tunnel. The suspect was taken into custody without further incident; however, a female passenger remains at large. During the course of the pursuit the driver was involved in a collision. One of the passengers in that collision was transported to an area hospital for complaint of pain. # # #

We are asking for the publics assistance in sharing the attached flyer for Missing Juvenile Angel Rubio. Please forward any informaiton to Detective Edwardo Carlos @ ecarlos@huntingtonparkpd.org

** Street Closures ** Due to an oil spill, the following streets will be closed until clean up crews are finished. -Southbound Pacific Blvd. to from Belgrave Ave. to Randolph St. -Eastbound Randolph St. to Miles Ave. -Northbound Miles Ave. to Slauson Ave. -The front of Huntington Park High School is closed, please use back side of school

UPDATE - The primary line is back online. Please continue to use 323-584-6254. BUSINESS LINES BEING SERVICED - Please note that the business line 323-584-6254 is being serviced. The number to call for police service is 323-584-6255. If you have an emergency please continue to use 9-1-1,

BUSINESS LINES BEING SERVICED - Please note that the business line 323-584-6254 is being serviced. The number to call for police service is 323-584-6255. If you have an emergency please continue to use 9-1-1,

Last week our mental health / homeless services officer worked diligently on addressing the cleanliness of the city. Numerous local businesses owners, the railroad company, and our officer worked together to address the growing homeless encampments on the railroad right of way. Our officer not only helps clean the area, he also brings county services along to assist any homeless person that needs help with assistance and shelter. We understand the need to balance the needs of the communities cleanliness with the ability to provide assistance to those in need.

Merry Christmas from the H.P.P.D. Family. We wish you all a safe and joyful holiday season with your loved ones.

** STREET CLOSURE / APARTMENT FIRE ** Avoid Seville Avenue between Florence Avenue and Saturn Avenue. The street is closed due to an apartment fire. Fire and Police personnel will be on scene for many hours, and traffic in that area will be closed.

Citizens of Huntington Park, the lights and rocket trails you see in the sky are from a rocket launch of Falcon 9 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Enjoy the awesome display in the sky as the rocket orbits the earth

LET'S TALK - Have you ever had a question or concern and wondered, "wouldn’t it be nice if I could sit and explain this to someone with the City?" Or perhaps you simply want to get more involved with your community. Well, perhaps you should check out our "Meet Your Police and City Council" meetings. The meetings are set up to encourage the exchange of ideas, concerns, to interact directly with your police department and City Council.

The Huntington Park Police Department is doing its part to keep the holidays safe, and free from impaired drivers. We will be conducting a Driving Under the Influence checkpoint on Friday December 22nd. Please report any suspected DUI driver's by calling 911 for immediate assistance or (323)584-6254.

This weekend our Huntington Park Police Explorers attended their annual trip. This year our trip was to San Diego. They visited the USS Midway and spent the day at Sea World! For more information on becoming an Explorer please contact Sgt. Settles at jsettles@huntingtonparkpd.org #HuntingtonParkPD #HPPoliceExplorersPOST1028 #PoliceExplorers #POST1028 #ExplorerScouts

RETIREMENT - Today we said farewell to Animal Control Officer Alfred Perez. Alfred served the City of Huntington Park and its’ residents for over 28 years strong. We wish him all the best and thank him for his years of dedicated service and commitment to the City of Huntington Park.

Join the H.P.P.D. family this Saturday evening at 6 p.m. out on Pacific Boulevard for the 67th annual Holiday Parade. The parade will start at Randolph Street and continue to Florence Avenue.

Tonight, members of the Huntington Park Police Department, City Council members, City Staff, friends, and family, were all present in recognition of the following events: Officer Carlos Rodriguez was awarded a Life-Saving Medal for his bravery in pulling a man from a burning vehicle earlier this year. We also welcomed newly hired Huntington Park Police Officers Martin Rodriguez, John Knighton, Julio Vargas and K-9 "Kaz". Senior Officer Jerry Prado was officially promoted to the rank of Sergeant. (Pictured L-R: Officer John Knighton, Officer Julio Vargas, Sergeant Jerry Prado, Officer Carlos Rodriguez, Senior Officer Miguel Fuentes, K-9 "Kaz", and Officer Martin Rodriguez)

We hope that everyone enjoyed a safe and memorable Thanksgiving Holiday weekend. Please join us on Monday, December 4, 2017 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in front of City Hall for the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony. #treelighting #picswithsanta

The partnership between our police department and the community proved its strength again this morning. Officers were out in the area of Templeton Street and Clarendon Avenue regarding a report of Domestic Violence. The alleged suspect fled on foot from officers, jumping from property to property, ultimately hiding in a near-by apartment complex courtyard. Several residents established contact with officers and our dispatch center, providing critical information to the exact location of the suspect. Due to the public’s assistance, our officers were able take the suspect into custody without any issues. #communitypartnership #hppd #reportdomesticviolence

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.