Buena Park Police Department

  • Agency: Buena Park Police Department
  • Address: 6640 Beach Blvd, Buena Park, 90622-5009 CA
  • Chief: Corey Sianez (Chief of Police)
Phone: 714-562-3901

Buena Park Police Department is located at 6640 Beach Blvd, Buena Park, 90622-5009 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Corey Sianez. The Buena Park Police Department phone number is 714-562-3901.

Buena Park Police Department News

On Saturday March 17, 2018 (St. Patrick’s Day) your Buena Park Police Department conducted a DUI/Driver’s License checkpoint sponsored by the California Office of Traffic Safety. The checkpoint was staffed by 28 police personnel including sworn officers, volunteers, Buena Park Police Explorers, and civilian support staff. There were 18 vehicles either impounded or stored for driver’s license issues and arrests. There were 59 citations issued for various vehicle code violations. We made 4 DUI arrests and 1 DUI warrant arrest at the checkpoint. In addition, there were 4 more DUI related arrests made by patrol officers. It was a very busy evening. #BPPD #BuenaParkPD #DUI #Checkpoint #arrested #MADD #MothersAgainstDrunkDriving #StPatricksDay

ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY - SHOPLIFT EDITION The Buena Park Police Department is trying to identify the following individuals who are all suspects in active shoplift investigations from local retailers. If you can identify or have any information on any of the subjects below, please contact the police department's analyst at 714-562-3969. Please make note of the number associated with the individual you are calling about so that we may follow up on the information more quickly.

We would like to thank Starbucks for hosting "Coffee with a Cop" , their amazing staff for all their help and the community members that joined our Officers for coffee and conversation this past Saturday. These events are a great way to strengthen our relationship with our community.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the men and women of the Pomona Police Department and the family of the involved officers. One of their officers was shot and killed and another officer was wounded following a pursuit that ended in their city last night. Godspeed for the fallen officer. 🇺🇸

*Reminder* Buena Park Police officers will be at Starbucks tomorrow morning from 8:00 am until 10:00 am for coffee and conversation. We hope to see you there!

Today is International Women’s day! We’d like to take this opportunity to recognize and thank all of our hard working female employees who are dedicated to serving our wonderful citizens of Buena Park!

Here is the press release reference yesterday’s pursuit and barricaded suspect incident. We would like to thank the Anaheim Police Department for their assistance in searching for and capturing Hitchcock, as well as the Orange County Sheriff's Department, CA for the use of their bomb squad robot. This was a very long and tedious search. #BPPD #BuenaParkPD #pursuit #barricade #MutualAid #professionalism #APD #AnaheimPD #HideAndSeekChampsOfTheDay

UPDATE: **SUSPECT TAKEN INTO CUSTODY** We’re still actively searching for an outstanding suspect who is considered armed. We’re in the city of Anaheim and no Buena Park residents are affected by this current situation

Last night, March 05, 2018, one of our officers conducted a traffic stop and located drugs, drug paraphernalia, and 2 unregistered, loaded firearms. Both occupants of the vehicle were arrested and face multiple felony charges. #BPPD #BuenaParkPD #NotSoRoutineStop #IllegalDrugs #Guns

Happy birthday Dr. Seuss! The Buena Park Police department celebrated "Read Across America" week with our local elementary schools. Members of our Police department were invited to read and explain the importance of reading to the students. We would like to thank Holder, San Marino, Buena Terra and Raymond Temple for the invitation! We look forward to next year's reading celebration.

March 01, 2018 at 7:00 am, Officers are investigating a traffic collision involving a vehicle and a pedestrian. 9th Street will be closed between Beach and Fullerton, in both directions, for approximately 4 hours. Please avoid the area and plan your commute accordingly. #BPPD #BuenaParkPD #traffic #collision #SeriousCollisionInvestigationDetail #SCID

*Mark you Calendars* Join us on Saturday, March 10th, starting at 8:00 am until 10:00 am for coffee and conversation at Starbucks (5897 Lincoln Avenue). Coffee with a cop is intended to bring down barriers between police officers and the public, providing an opportunity for citizens to speak with us in a casual enviroment. You will have the ability to share your thoughts, ask questions, and get to know us better! We hope to see you there!

Our condolences go out to the men and women of the Tustin Police Department and the family members of Sergeant Delbert Pickney. After having served Tustin for 29 years, Sergeant Pickney retired in July of 2017 and continued to serve as a reserve officer. Just 7 months into his retirement, Sergeant Pickney passed away, unexpectedly. We are sorry for your loss. #BPPD #BuenaParkPD #TustinPD #TPD #EndOfWatch #EOW #ThinBlueLine #TBL

Buena Park Police Department continues to grow and develop partnerships within our community. This school year, Lt. Nunes has partnered with Centralia School District in order to train their staff on active shooter topics. He and the district's staff completed an extensive training before the school year started covering the concepts of preparedness, prevention and response. In addition to the district-wide training, Lt. Nunes is now in the process of visiting each school in the district to review their school safety plan. Lt. Nunes will then meet with the school's staff to review the earlier training and work together to find ways to make each campus safe and secure.

At last night’s city council meeting, Lieutenant Brad Geyer and Sergeant Nghia Nguyen received awards for their 20 years of service and Officer Art Brice received an award for his 10 years of service to the city of Buena Park. Thank you gentlemen for your many years of dedicated service to our department, city, and citizens! #BPPD #BuenaParkPD #service #dedication

Clark Regional Park on Rosecrans in Buena Park has been targeted consistently for vehicle burglaries in recent months. Suspects appear to look for items left in plain view, smash a window, and take the items from inside. So far, detectives have been unable identify any suspects. On 1/14/2018, the pictured suspect was seen using one of the burglary victim's credit cards at Target in Fullerton. Detectives are working on possible leads to try and identify him. If you have any information on his identity, please contact the police department non-emergency line at 714-562-3901. As a reminder, do not leave any items of value inside of your vehicles. If you must place items inside of your trunk, put them there before you arrive at your destination. Remember to always be aware and report any suspicious behavior to the police department.

On 1/30/2018 at 1:10 pm, a witness observed a male subject stop his vehicle in the center median of Dale near Auto Center Drive, open a rear door, and motion for a young girl (12-14 yrs) to get into his vehicle. The female kept walking and appeared scared. The witness followed the subject and was able to obtain a license plate for the vehicle. Detectives have positively identified the male subject however, no victims have come forward and detectives have been unable to locate the female the subject attempted to contact. It's possible this is not the first time the subject has attempted this. The subject is described as a male Hispanic who appears white, 37 years old, heavy set, long light brown curly hair pulled back in a ponytail, and clean shaven. He drives an older model gray Honda Accord. Detectives would like to speak with the female regarding this event. If you have any information on her identity, or believe you may have been contacted by this male yourself, please contact Det. Charalambous at 714-562-3968.

Tonight at 6:30 is the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Boys & Girls Club of Buena Park's grand re-opening of their gym! Their 2018 basketball schedule starts in April and registration will begin March 1 through their website at www.theplaceforkids.org. See the attachment for the complete schedule and more information.

The Buena Park Boys & Girls Club will celebrate the grand re-opening of their gymnasium with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday January 24th, 2018 at 6:30PM. The Boys &Girls Club invite all to attend this wonderful event. Please RSVP to 714)522-7259 or tdtrout@theplaceforkids.org.

Our Buena Park Police Explorers are seeking new members. Here’s a recruitment video they put together. Check out their page for details and to keep up with their activities!

We’re HIRING!!! We’ve just opened our Police Officer recruit position!! (no experience needed) closes 01/28/18 Also now open, Police Dispatcher Recruit!! (No experience needed) closes 02/03/18 We’re still looking for qualified police officer laterals and Police Dispatcher Laterals. Hurry and apply! Make a difference in OUR community! Have questions? Contact Hiring and Training Officer David Bernal at dbernal@bppd.com https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/buenapark

January 09, 2018 at approximately 2:45 pm, Officers located a stolen vehicle in a parking lot in the area of Stanton and Orangethorpe. Officers blocked the exits to prevent a pursuit and the driver rammed 2 of our units before fleeing on foot. After a short foot pursuit, the suspect was taken into custody. There was no threat to the nearby Pendleton School, which was notified of our activity. There were no injuries reported. #BPPD #BuenaParkPD #stolen #FootPursuit #chase #GotEm

***REMINDER*** There is still time to register for the Buena Park Police Community Police Academy taking place on 2 Saturdays, January 20th and January 27th, 2018, from 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

January 08, 2018, tonight’s storm is expected to continue through tomorrow and possibly into early Wednesday, brining with it a couple inches of rain. Please drive slower and plan heavier traffic into your commutes. A limited supply of sand bags are available at the city yard, located at 6955 Aragon Cirlce. With Orange County Fire Authority Station 61 under construction, sand bags are available from the OCFA at Station 17 located at 4991 W. Cerritos, Cypress, CA 90630. If you know your property is prone to flooding, please prepare yourselves in advance! #BPPD #BuenaParkPD #rain #flooding #SandBags #OCFA Orange County Fire Authority