Fountain Valley Police Department

  • Agency: Fountain Valley Police Department
  • Address: 10200 Slater Avenue, Fountain Valley, 92708 CA
  • Chief: Daniel S Llorens (Chief of Police)
Phone: 714-593-4485
Fax: 714-593-4453

Fountain Valley Police Department is located at 10200 Slater Avenue, Fountain Valley, 92708 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Daniel S Llorens. The Fountain Valley Police Department phone number is 714-593-4485.

Fountain Valley Police Department News

The Fountain Valley Police Department has been "HUSTLED!" Cox Elementary 1st grade students came by to drop off some cupcakes in honor of Carter Ankeny, a Fountain Valley Warrior, who would have been 7 years old today. Carter was diagnosed with Leukemia a couple years ago. He underwent chemo therapy, which completely depleted his immune system. Carter ended up getting an infection that his body was not able to fight. On October 8, 2017, the strong little warrior lost his battle. Carter promoted #hustlekindness to spread a little more kindness in the world, and to bring awareness to children's cancer research. #carterstrong

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 31, 2017 RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY ARREST On October 31, 2017, FVPD Officers responded to a suspicious circumstances call in the parking lot of a business in the 9800 block of Warner Avenue. A witness saw items being thrown over the wall of a residence in the 17000 block of Nectarine Street into the parking lot. The witness then saw three male Hispanics jump over the same wall into the parking lot. The three male Hispanics got into a grey colored vehicle and left the area. An Officer arrived on scene and spotted the vehicle, a grey 2002 Lexus, leaving the area. Additional Officers arrived on scene and attempted to initiate a car stop in the area of Brookhurst Street and Warner Avenue. The vehicle did not yield and a vehicle pursuit ensued. The vehicle finally yielded on San Mateo Street and Warner Avenue where Officers extracted the suspects in a high risk car stop. The suspects were identified as two 16 year old male Hispanics and one 17 year old male Hispanic. All three suspects are from Santa Ana. Officers searched the vehicle and located property possibly from a residence on Nectarine. Officers responded to Nectarine Street and discovered a residence had been burglarized. The victim was contacted and identified his property from the suspect vehicle. All three suspects were booked into Orange County Juvenile Hall on a petition of residential burglary and felony evading. Additional witnesses or victims are encouraged to call the Detective Bureau at 714-593-4485. Incident #17-40892

County Announces Enforcement of Public Hours, Closure of One Area Along Santa Ana River Trail

If you see something...Say something! The community is our extra set of eyes and ears.

Corporal Estes participated in a career panel over the weekend for the Boy and Girl Scouts. He gave some insight about the life of a Police Officer and answered questions from the audience. It was great to see our young ladies and gentlemen be excited about their futures. Thanks to the LDS Church for hosting the event!

MOVE IT OR LOSE IT! Don't leave valuables inside your vehicle; it creates opportunity for theft.

FVPD's K9 team got a chance to showcase their talents at the OCPCA's 29th Annual K9 show last night at Glover Stadium in Anaheim. Follow us on Instagram for more info!

10-14-17 Fatal Traffic Collision and Officer Involved Shooting On 10/13/2017 at 11:34 PM, Fountain Valley Police Officers responded to a fatal traffic collision at Magnolia and Mint. While investigating the fatal collision at 5:16 AM, a suspect driving a black Dodge pick-up truck drove at officers and through the fatal traffic collision scene. The suspect turned around and drove at officers a second time, and an officer involved shooting occurred. The suspect fled the area and was stopped by officers at Bushard, south of Edinger, where he was arrested. No officers were injured and the male suspect was transported to a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The area the fatal collision occurred is at the jurisdictional boundaries of the cities of Fountain Valley and Westminster. It was determined the fatal collision occurred within the City of Fountain Valley and the officer involved shooting occurred within the City of Westminster. Personnel from the Fountain Valley Police Department, Westminster Police Department, and the Orange County District Attorney’s Office are involved in the ongoing investigation. For information regarding the fatal traffic collision contact the Fountain Valley Police Department at 714-593-4485.Anyone with information is urged to call the Westminster Police Department Detective Bureau at 714-898-3315. Anonymous tips can also be given to Orange County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-855-TIP-OCCS or by logging on to

Today, FVPD officially recognized the promotion of a Captain and two new Officers with a swearing in and badge ceremony. We thank the many family, friends, and community members who came out to support and congratulate them on this special occasion!

Reporting Calls for Service and Helpful Resources for the Community The Fountain Valley Police Department continues to see an increase in calls for service related to the homeless population, in particular adjacent to the encampments along the Santa Ana River Trail. Despite the increased activity, the City has had success providing services to the homeless population and enforcement of criminal activity. The Police Department continues to address community concerns within our jurisdiction utilizing the following resources: • Assigned directed patrols where we have identified increased crimes and in the areas adjacent to the river trail encampments. • Our Community Resource Officer (CRO) interacts with the homeless, connecting them with shelter information, veteran’s services and mental health assistance. • Partnership with Orange County Mental Health, who provides a clinician to work alongside our CRO, providing access to mental health resources. • Liaison with housing complexes and local businesses to address concerns. It is important to recognize that all portions of the Santa Ana River Trail adjacent to the City of Fountain Valley are owned by the Orange County Flood Control District, and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department has jurisdictional authority. We continue to collaborate with the Sheriff’s Department in their efforts to provide service within their jurisdiction. To improve the service to our community, please use the following guidelines when reporting activities in Fountain Valley and the Santa Ana River Trail: • For crimes in progress, call 9-1-1. • Non-emergency calls for service occurring in the jurisdiction of Fountain Valley, contact Fountain Valley Police Dispatch at (714) 593-4485. • Non-emergency calls for service occurring on the Santa Ana River Trail, contact the Orange County Sheriff’s Department at (714) 288-6742. Additional questions or requests for information related to homeless outreach can be directed toward: • Fountain Valley Community Resource Officer Vega (714) 593-4485 ext. 804. • Orange County Sheriff’s Homeless Outreach Team general information line at (714) 647-7000. Select Option 6 for the Homeless Outreach Team. Helpful Links • Orange County services available to assist homeless persons, • Orange County behavioral and mental health programs, • 211OC, resource for health and human service programs, including shelters, • Food banks in Orange County,

Team FVPD added two veteran Police Officers to our ranks. Please welcome Officer Bray and Officer Hunter to the city! Follow us on Instagram for more details!

Update: Information from Disease Control regarding the outbreak of Hepatitis A in the state of California.

The City of Fountain Valley is now accepting applications for Dispatcher with the Fountain Valley Police Department. This is a continuous, open recruitment that will remain open until sufficient applications have been received. Interested candidates may apply online at the City’s employment opportunities page:

UPDATE: FATAL HIT AND RUN TRAFFIC COLLISION On September 13, 2017, the FVPD Traffic Bureau conducted a follow up investigation based on a call of a citizen informant. The citizen informant called HBPD reference a red Ford Mustang which was possibly involved in the fatal hit and run traffic collision earlier in the morning. Based on the call, HBPD detained a suspect in their city. FVPD Officers responded and the suspect, identified as 25 year old Justin German of Huntington Beach, was voluntarily transported to FVPD for an interview. After he gave a statement, German was arrested for felony hit and run and he was booked into Orange County Jail. The red Ford Mustang was towed and stored for evidence. Additional charges are pending and the investigation is ongoing at this time. Witnesses are encouraged to call the FVPD Traffic Bureau at 714-593-4481. 17-34557

FATAL HIT AND RUN COLLISION On September 13, 2017, at 12:54 A.M., Officers responded to Brookhurst Street and Ellis Avenue for a report of a traffic collision. Upon arrival, Officers located a deceased bicyclist in the right shoulder of northbound Brookhurst Street south of Ellis Avenue. Officers determined the bicyclist was a victim of a hit and run traffic collision. Based on video surveillance, the suspect vehicle was possibly an older model red Ford Mustang with possible front end collision damage. The victim was identified as 41 year old Binh Ngo of Fountain Valley. The Traffic Bureau is continuing its investigation at this time and asks for possible witnesses to call the Fountain Valley Police Department at 714-593-4481. 17-34557

September 11th is a day to look back in remembrance of the lives that were lost and those who put their lives on the line to save so many. The Fountain Valley Police Department is grateful for the support that our citizens give us each and every day. Thank you.

***HIRING HEROES*** The Fountain Valley Police Department is hiring Laterals/Academy Enrolled/Academy Grads on a continuous basis. Click on the link for requirements and application. #joinourteam #fountainvalleysfinest

Fountain Valley Police Department is now on Instagram. Follow us at @fountainvalleypd.

Tip-A-Cop will be on September 14 from 5pm-9pm at Claim Jumper!

WINCHELL’S ROBBERY On August 31, 2017, at approximately 1:02 a.m., Officers responded to the Winchell’s located in the 17000 block of Magnolia Street regarding a robbery. The lone employee of the business reported two suspects, both described as male blacks, jumped the counter and demanded money from the register. One of the suspects was armed with a black handgun. The suspects fled in a dark colored four-door sedan, and the loss was an undetermined amount of cash from the business. The employee was not injured. Anyone with information regarding the robbery is encouraged to contact the Detective Bureau at (714) 593-4466. Incident #: 17-33003.