Anaheim Police Department

  • Agency: Anaheim Police Department
  • Address: 425 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, 92805 CA
  • Chief: John Welter (Chief of Police)
Phone: 714-765-1900
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Anaheim Police Department is located at 425 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, 92805 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is John Welter. The Anaheim Police Department phone number is 714-765-1900.

Anaheim Police Department News

On Friday night, officers, along with Anaheim Fire And Rescue responded to the area of Magnolia and Crescent for a collision involving a vehicle into a building. There was a minor injury to the occupant inside the condo and the driver was arrested for DUI.

Protect your bike and your head! Bring your bike & helmet to the Anaheim Police Department this Saturday (Jan 13, between 10am-2pm) to have your helmet fitted and your bike registered! A properly fitted helmet could reduce the risk of injury. If your bike is ever stolen, registering helps us contact you once we locate it. Bicycle registration is currently only available to those who live or work in Anaheim. Helmet fitting is available for everyone!

“The work you do is really driven to our future goal of being in law enforcement here,” said Cadet Matthew Bevins, 20. Our Police Cadets are an invaluable part of the APD family. Learn more about all that they learn & all that they do. #community #teamwork #excellence #policecadets

Two SB lanes on Euclid at Crescent are blocked due to a traffic collision. Expect delays for at least 30 to 40 mins.

So far the rains have not hurt the City of Anaheim too badly. Watch this quick video to learn more about what is to come today and throughout the night. Thanks City of Anaheim- Municipal Government for such great work throughout the day and night!

Great way to give tribute to our past officers at Anaheim PD. #community #teamwork #excellence

Excellent work by the City of Anaheim- Municipal Government to keep all of our residents safe during the storm. #community #teamwork #excellence

On 12/23/2017 during the early evening, two male subjects approached the front door of a residence in the 6200 block of E Rio Grande Drive, Anaheim. The subjects are not known to the residents and it is believed they were casing with the intent to commit a burglary. It appears the subjects noticed a resident inside and immediately left. These subjects are possibly related to a residential burglary that occurred in close proximity in the 100 block of S Donna Court, Anaheim. Subject 1: Light skinned African-American or Hispanic, 21-27 years old, thin build, wearing a sweatshirt with the hood over his head, sweat pants and cloth mittens. Subject 2: Light skinned African-American or Hispanic, 21-27 years old, thin build, wearing a sweatshirt with the hood over his head and sweat pants. The subject’s sweatshirt had “Hollister” across the front and “Hollister” down the right pant leg. Possible vehicle: 1995 Toyota 4 Runner (unk color and license plate) Anyone with information is urged to contact Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS or by email at www.occrimestoppers.org

January is Human Trafficking and Sex Slavery awareness month. APD is proud to be the lead agency of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force. BE THE ONE – BT1 to Help Out -- Learn more about recognizing the signs and #MAKEADIFFERENCE by visiting: http://traffickingresourcecenter.org/ or reporting a tip or requesting services by calling 1-888-373-7888 #HUMANTRAFFICKING

Get prepared for heavy rains in Orange County #anaheimfireandrescue #preparedness

E/B Lincoln Ave closed at Harbor Bl for 30-40 min due to a traffic collision at Clementine St.

Is your child's car seat safe & installed correctly? Have your child’s car seat inspected and installed by a Certified Car Seat Tech, at the upcoming Car Seat Check-Up on Saturday, January 13th! Our techs will also teach you on how to install them yourself! Appointments starting at 10AM -- Call (714) 345-3493 This is a FREE service - Please bring your child in his/her car seat to the Main Station of the Anaheim Police Department.

Is your child's car seat safe & installed correctly? Have your child’s car seat inspected and installed by a Certified Car Seat Technician. Our techs will also teach you on how to install them yourself! Appointments starting at 10AM -- Call 714-345-3493 This is a FREE service - *Please bring your child in his/her car seat to the Main Station of the Anaheim Police Department.

#community #teamwork #excellence

Thank you for your support in 2017! Here are our #2017BestNine!! We wish everyone a happy and safe New Year!! #Community #Teamwork #Excellence

Fines and penalties for a #DUI can add up to over $10,000. #PlanAhead Designate a #SoberDriver Video Source: California Office of Traffic Safety

Ring in #2018 on a positive note! Don't push your luck. #DriveSober California #DUI Defined: a person of 21 years or older operating a regular passenger vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .08% or higher; .01% if the person is under 21 years old.

#community #teamwork #excellence

UPDATE: Canyon Vista will remain closed in both directions between Lilac Ct and Larkwood until approximately 8 am on Tuesday morning. All other closures have been reopened. Thanks to the on-duty APD and AF&R employees as well as the Anaheim Public Utilities employees who came in to handle.

ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE: Canyon Vista will be closed westbound to Weir Canyon Rd and Southbound Larkwood is closed at Canyon Vista. Traffic will be diverted via Running Springs and Santa Ana Canyon Rd. This is due to a possible underground water main break

Merry Christmas from APD's Mounted Enforcement Unit! May the joy of the holiday season continue into the new year. Be safe everyone! #community #teamwork #excellence #Christmas #holidays

Season's Greetings from Oscar El Oso and his friends at the Anaheim Police Department! Here’s to a season filled with warmth, comfort and good cheer. #community #teamwork #excellence #safe #holidays

Did you see them? The #holidays are merry and bright, but they’re also known for being the deadliest season when it comes to drunk driving. Arrive home safely, don't drive while under the influence. #BuzzedDriving is #DrunkDriving.

More great community service from APD officers and staff.