South Pasadena Police Department

  • Agency: South Pasadena Police Department
  • Address: 1422 Mission Street, South Pasadena, 91030 CA
  • Chief: Dan Watson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 626-403-7270

South Pasadena Police Department is located at 1422 Mission Street, South Pasadena, 91030 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Watson. The South Pasadena Police Department phone number is 626-403-7270.

South Pasadena Police Department News

From all of us at SPPD, we want to wish a Happy Father’s Day to all the great dads out there, especially those who are on duty today #sppd #fathersday

Through a grant from the Office of Traffic Safety, officers will be on a roving DUI patrol tonight. Please use a designated driver or call a ride service, it's not worth it.

Please support the Pink Patch Project by purchasing a patch at our station #breastcancerawareness #endbreastcancer

The signals at Huntington/Garfield, Huntington/Atlantic and Atlantic/Garfield will be down for an extended period of time. Traffic will be congested, please avoid the area if possible.

South Pasadena- On Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 2:20 P.M., South Pasadena Police Officers responded to the 1700 block of Lyndon Street for a report of two suspicious subjects. An alert resident noticed the pair walking to the rear of a neighbor’s house. The neighbor did not recognize the subjects and quickly called police. When officers arrived, they contacted two subjects who were identified as 43-year-old Los Angeles resident Isidro Gutierrez and 45-year-old Elpedio Reyes of Orange. The two subjects told officers they were at the home to perform irrigation work on behalf of the owner. After further investigation and great police work, officers found a pick-up truck the two subjects arrived in. The truck had an altered registration tab and ultimately a search of the vehicle was conducted. Officers found a stolen firearm inside and several other items of evidentiary value. Reyes, a convicted felon, was arrested for being in possession of the firearm and Gutierrez for possession of stolen property. Anyone with information regarding this crime is encouraged to contact Corporal Joe Johnson or Detectives at the South Pasadena Police Department at 626-403-7280.

Remembering our fallen brother today, RIP Kevin #sppd #gonebutnotforgotten #inourmemory #kevinsandoval #patrol #198

#sppd #communitypolicing #lemonade #sour #sweet #buttasty #itshot #refreshing #takemymoney

Congrats to the South Pas Little League Challenger Team on a great season, thanks for inviting us and South Pasadena Firefighters to celebrate with you #sppd #communitypolicing #southpasadenalittleleague PC: South Pasadena Little League

Officer Earley had the honor of riding with a group of current and retired law enforcement motorcycle enthusiasts in memory of @lasdlan Sgt. Steve Owen. Afterward, he placed one of our challenge coins in a local museum display dedicated to Sgt. Owen #sppd #lasd #sgtowen #eow #gonebutnotforgotten

We were honored to participate in this year’s Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. At the end of our leg, we passed the torch to the Los Angeles School Police #sppd #torchrun #thinblueline

Learn a valuable skill at the South Pasadena Farmer’s Market this coming Thursday, June 7!

We had a pizza party for Arroyo Vista Elementary School student Zoe Lee and her classmates. Zoe gave Officer Justice his name and he came to thank her in person. Thanks to Mrs. Fang-Umanzor for having us in her classroom! #sppd #communitypolicing #justice #arroyovista #k9

Last night at the South Pasadena High School Senior Awards Ceremony, School Resource Officer Burgos awarded Lauren Tan the Kevin Sandoval Memorial Scholarship and Nicole Srisutham the Ray Rogers Memorial Scholarship. Congratulations to both seniors and we wish them well in their next chapter! #sppd #sppoa #communitypolicing #scholarship #kevinsandoval #rayrogers

Our new mascot, Officer Justice, is ready to go in service. Thanks to all who participated in the naming process, we appreciated the input. Officer Justice will be making appearances in the community soon #sppd #communitypolicing #justice #k9 #motor

Memorial Day: Celebrate, Honor, Remember." — Unknown #sppd #memorialday #rememberthefallen

Officer Perez and K9 Barry assisted an outside agency and made a terrific find #narcodog #meth #heroin #cocaine #sppd

Chief Miller, Captain Neff, Sergeant Bartl and Officer Kim attended the 49th Annual LA County Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony at the Biscailuz Training Center. The ceremony commemorates the lives of these peace officers and recognizes their ultimate sacrifice #sppd #gonebutnotforgotten

Roads? Where Officer Perez, Marty McFly and Doc Brown are going, they don’t need roads #backtothefuture #greatscott #movienight #delorean #88milesperhour

Congratulations to Police Assistant Russell, who passed a long and difficult communications training phase and is now certified as a dispatcher. Great job by her and her trainers! #sppd #dispatch #communications

Recently, a skimmer was discovered on one of the Bank of America ATMs at 929 Fair Oaks Avenue. The device was reported on one of the Fair Oaks side ATMs and removed. A skimming device is an illegal card reader that skims information off the magnetic strip of your credit or debit card. The information is either used to make a counterfeit card or sold for the same purpose. This article from the Federal Trade Commission provides some tips on how to spot these skimmers. The article pertains mainly to gas pumps, but the guidelines apply to ATMs as well. Remember to always monitor your accounts for fraudulent activity and report anything suspicious to your bank or credit card company.

May 13-19 is National Police Week. The South Pasadena Police Department honors the service of all law enforcement officers across the country and we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice #policeweek2018 #sppd

Please stop by the Bike Clinic at the South Pasadena Farmer's Market next Thursday, May 17 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. There will be free bike registration and officers will be on site to answer any questions about bicycle safety. We hope to see you there!

May is Bicycle Safety Month, please watch the informational video to learn how motorists and bicyclists can use the roadway safely together.

Captain Neff and Sgt. Ronnie attended the opening event celebrating “Be Kind to Animals” Week, which runs from May 6-12. You can visit for ways to get involved #sppd #communitypolicing #americanhumane