Cypress Police Department

  • Agency: Cypress Police Department
  • Address: 5275 Orange Ave, Cypress, 90630 CA
  • Chief: Jackie Gomez-Whiteley (Chief of Police)
Phone: 714-229-6600
Fax: 714-229-8957
Email:

Cypress Police Department is located at 5275 Orange Ave, Cypress, 90630 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Jackie Gomez-Whiteley. The Cypress Police Department phone number is 714-229-6600.

Cypress Police Department News

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Please join us in congratulating Sergeant Mark Clemons on his promotion. Sergeant Clemons has been serving as an acting sergeant in the patrol division since July and has served as a detective, field training officer, motor officer and S.W.A.T crisis negotiator during his 19 years with the Cypress Police Department.

Please join us in welcoming the newest members of the Cypress Police Department. Chaplain Richard Fieger, Officer James Dowdell and Officer Hector Mercado. They were sworn in by Chief Rod Cox last Thursday.

Celebrating P.A.C.E. graduation at Holder Elementary School. Congratulations 6th graders!

Officer Grove helping Girl Scout Troop #2363 earn their Special Agent Merit Badges. This included a station tour, C.S.I. demo and a tour of our West-Comm communications center in Seal Beach. Nice work, ladies!

Thank you to the residents of Ferne Avenue for providing our weekend dayshift officers with their annual holiday appreciation lunch. This is a tradition that began many years ago.

The pictured individuals were involved in a theft at the Schools First Federal Credit Union in Cypress on November 11th. If you have any information please contact Detective Lee at clee@cypressca.org or 714-229-6641

The pictured subject has been involved in multiple robberies throughout Orange County including one in the City of Cypress. If you have any information, please contact Detective Mellana at tmellana@cypressca.org or 714-229-6692

Celebrating 6th graders from Margaret Landell Elementary School. They just graduated from our P.A.C.E. program. Congratulations students!

Our officers delivered a few Thanksgiving meal baskets to the Boys & Girls Club of Cypress​ today! Happy Thanksgiving!! The food baskets were donated by Grace Christian School​

Thanks for lunch 7-Eleven! Your support is appreciated! 7-Eleven We enjoyed El Zarape Restaurant - Cypress

The subject in the photographs was involved in a residential burglary in the area north of Forest Lawn. If you recognize the subject please contact our detectives at (714) 229-6631 or wthomas@cypressca.org

Our officers were out today delivering Thanksgiving care packages (complete family meals in a box) to those who might need a little extra assistance this holiday season.

This is in reference to our earlier post today about the school threat situation. Per Buena Park P.D.: "Reference the threats made against the Buena Park High School and other area schools. The Anaheim Police Department has arrested the suspect. There was no credible threat. Subsequent posts of threats have been found to be re-posts and there are still no credible threats. No arrests have been made regarding those posts. These matters are taken very seriously and investigated to the fullest extent. As anonymous as some social media platforms appear to be, we can and will find those who make threats against our schools."

Earlier this week, the Anaheim Police Department arrested a fourteen (14) year old boy, who is a student at Western High School for suspicion of using social media to threaten a shooting spree at Western, Magnolia, Cypress and Buena Park High Schools. Since the arrest, new social media posts have surfaced. Although the posts appear to be unsubstantiated and did not originate in Cypress, they are being investigated by law enforcement. As a precaution, the Cypress Police Department will maintain an increased presence at local schools.

Anaheim teen arrested on suspicion of threatening a shooting spree at several schools http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/14/anaheim-teen-arrested-on-suspicion-of-threatening-a-shooting-spree-at-several-schools/

Our units, with the assistance of a police helicopter, were actively searching for a suspect who fled from a traffic stop in the area of Knott & Orangewood. The suspect has been located and taken into custody. There are no outstanding suspects.

Congratulations to Officer James Dowdell who was sworn in this morning as our newest Cypress Police Officer. Officer Dowdell comes to us after a successful, nine-year career with the Bell Police Department. Welcome aboard!

Cypress High School will be conducting an active shooter lock down drill on Monday, November 6th at 9:45 AM. Parents and students are aware this is a drill only, and the school's marquis will alert visitors as well. If you have a question about the drill, please contact the school directly at (714) 220-4144. Thank you!

Chief Cox enjoying the new playground at Mackay Park.

This Saturday! Join us November 4 to celebrate the Grand Opening and Dedication of Mackay Park. Limited parking is available onsite with overflow on surrounding streets. The event will be held rain or shine at 8732 Walker Street.

We are currently looking for a missing person, Wilbur Torres, 67 years old. Mr. Torres is known to frequent the Lincoln Avenue area as well as the Los Alamitos Race Track. Please contact us at (714) 229-6600 if you see him.

These subjects were involved in the theft of several victims’ wallets and the use of their credit cards. If you recognize them or have information on their whereabouts, please contact Detective Miller at (714) 229-6623 or email cmiller@cypressca.org. Thank you!