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

On Monday 2-19-18, Explorers Le, Duong, Gelvezon, and Wang graduated from the basic OCLEEAA Exploring Academy. During this 5-day live-in mock police academy explorers' teamwork, physical fitness, and law enforcement expertise is put to the test. Congratulations on a job well done! Do you have what it takes to be a part of our team? Check out our recruitment video below or visit our website for more information. Website: Video:

On Saturday night, 2/17/18, our Night Shift Crew discovered probationers were staying in a room in one of the city's hotels. Officers contacted the occupants and searched the room and their vehicles. During the search, Officers found approximately 69 grams of methamphetamine, several grams of heroin, a replica handgun, drug paraphernalia, and indicia of illegal drug sales. Vanessa Cutler, 20 years of age, of Huntington Beach and Zachary Davis, 26 years of age, of Whittier were cited and released for drug possession. Jack Fisher, 23 years of age, of Huntington Beach, and Camille Linares, 24 years of age, of Trabuco Canyon were booked into Orange County Jail for drug sales.

Package thefts are happening all over the county. Keep an eye out for any suspicious vehicles who might be cruising the neighborhoods looking for packages to take. Be alert.

Fountain Valley Daisy Troop 6303 came by the Police Department to spread the love to our officers. Thank you Daisy Troop 6303 for the Valentine cards.

Our Recruitment Team and our runners had a great time at the FV Fitbody Bootcamp 5K this morning. If you were too busy running and couldn't come by, visit for more info on how to answer to call to become a Police Officer or apply today at See everyone next year!

The FV Fitbody Bootcamp 5K was a big success. We were happy to have been a part of such a great event. Many thanks to all those who cheered on our Police Officers, and yes even our Firefighter, as they crossed the finish line!

***JOIN OUR TEAM!*** We are hiring Lateral Officers and Academy Enrolled/Grads on a continuous basis and our hiring drive for Recruits just opened today! Apply at You can also visit for more info or visit our Recruitment Team at the FV Fitbody Bootcamp 5K tomorrow at Mile Square Park. Our team will be there to answer questions and cheer on our Officers who will be running the 5K in full uniform! Come by and say hello!

Make sure you lock the doors and windows of your home when you leave.

***We are hiring Police Recruits*** We are at Camp Pendleton supporting employment opportunities for our Marines and their spouses. This is our first recruiting event as we will be opening our hiring drive tomorrow! Stay tuned for additional recruiting events. #hiringourheroes #camppendleton #sandiego #hiremilitary #veterans #militaryspouses

Last night Officers responded to Stockdale St. and Verbena Ct. for a robbery with a knife. Officers arrived on scene and detained a possible suspect. There was an outstanding second suspect. The detained suspect was not armed and PSD Perro conducted an evidence search of the area and found the knife used in the robbery. During the investigation, Officers discovered the second suspect lived nearby and responded to his residence. Officers located the second suspect, who was a juvenile. The juvenile later confessed they committed the robbery. The adult was booked into Orange County Jail and the juvenile was booked into Juvenile Hall. Great teamwork by the Night Crew and good boy Perro! #fvpd #fountainvalleysfinest #nightcrew #graveyardshift #police #k9 #policedog #workingdogs #weownthenight

If you see something suspicious in your neighborhood, give us a call.

DISTRACTED DRIVING IS NOT WORTH IT! Texting involves all three at once.

Did you know PSD Figo is a SWAT K9 too? Last week Figo and his handler trained with West County SWAT and worked on vehicle extractions on high risk car stops. Check out the video from the Orange County Police Canine Association to see Figo in action. Good boy Figo! Thanks for the video @ocpca! And YES, FIGO'S A GOOD BOY! #swat #swatk9 #k9 #policedog @Regranned from @ocpca - @fountainvalleypd K9 Figo putting work with West County SWAT today at training during a vehicle barricade scenario! Who’s a good boy?? HES A GOOD BOY!! - #regrann

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 22, 2018 DON’T FUMBLE: TACKLE IMPAIRED DRIVING BEFORE THE CLOCK STARTS Kickoff on America’s favorite past time is just about ready to start. For many football fans, when it’s time for Super Bowl LII, everyone’s a fan…and Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk. The California Office of Traffic Safety, Police, Sheriff and the CHP are huddling up for a special designated driver reminder to urge football fans across the nation not to drop the ball on this issue. Impaired driving near or above the .08 BAC limit can be deadly, and even small amounts of alcohol can impair judgement to make driving unsafe. In 2016, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported there were 10,497 fatalities in motor vehicle traffic crashes involving drunk drivers nationwide. California recorded 1,059 DUI deaths at .08 BAC or above according to the NHTSA. The Fountain Valley Police Department supports the new effort from the Office of Traffic Safety that aims to educate all drivers that “DUI Doesn’t Just Mean Booze.” Drug-impaired driving is a problem on California roadways. Like drunk driving, drugged driving is impaired driving, which means it is dangerous and illegal. Whether the drug is legally prescribed, an illicit drug or marijuana, driving while drug impaired poses a threat to the driver, vehicle passengers, and other motorists, and driving high can lead to a DUI. “Be sure to have a game plan for the night so friends and family know who the designated driver is,” said Sergeant Mike Parsons of the Fountain Valley Police Department. “We want to encourage folks to turn over their keys to a sober driver before the game begins. Impaired driving can result in serious crashes, injuries or death. If you don’t have an ‘MVP’ to make sure folks get home safely, consider other ride options.” There are many other ways to ensure a safe ride home besides relying on a friend. The OTS DDVIP app is now available for free download on iOS and Android devices. The app offers enhanced features, allowing users to search all participating bars and restaurants throughout California. Additionally, the app users can easily order a sober ride from Uber, Lyft or Curb. For Super Bowl weekend, be a team player and help keep impaired drivers from getting behind the wheel. Don’t fumble! Designate your sober driver before the big game begins. And remember: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.

FVPD is now hiring Police Cadets! Police Cadets serve an important support function and gain invaluable experience working alongside Law Enforcement professionals This recruitment will close when we receive a sufficient number of applications. Follow the link below to apply today!

***JOIN OUR TEAM*** The Fountain Valley Police Department is hiring Laterals/Academy Enrolled/Academy Grads on a continuous basis. Click on the link below for more info!

Yes, that’s a rocket launcher. No, it wasn’t functional. Our K9 Officer stopped a vehicle @ Warner/Magnolia for a traffic violation. During the stop PSD Figo alerted on the vehicle and Officers searched it. Officers found narcotics, narcotics paraphernalia, a billy club, a spent rocket launcher tube, and an assortment of firearms. The driver was arrested and booked into Orange County Jail for narcotics sales and other charges. #fvpd #fountainvalleysfinest #k9 #policek9 #k9unit #k9handler #gunsoffthestreets #orangecounty

Be careful! A couple of safety tips for driving in the rain.... 1. Drive slower as your reaction time is hindered by the rain. 2. Be alert. Watch for pedestrians who have their head down and aren't paying attention as they are hurrying to their destination. 3. Turn on your headlights.

Goodbye 2017, hello 2018! FVPD wishes everyone a safe and happy New Year!

On December 28, 2017, at 11:45 A.M., Officers responded to the 18000 block of Third Street reference a suspicious subject in a vehicle. Officers contacted the driver, identified as Chad Plount of Glendora, and determined he was a violent felon currently on Post Release Community Supervision. Officers searched the vehicle and found a loaded firearm concealed within a hidden compartment inside the vehicle, along with extra ammunition and narcotics paraphernalia. Plount was arrested and booked at the Orange County Jail for being a felon in possession of a loaded firearm, ammunition, and narcotics paraphernalia.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 26, 2017 FATAL TRAFFIC COLLISION On Tuesday, December 26, 2017, at 5:34 A.M., Fountain Valley Police Officers responded to a fatal vehicle vs. pedestrian traffic collision on Warner Avenue west of Euclid Street. The preliminary investigation revealed the pedestrian was walking on Warner Avenue when he was struck by a gray 1988 Mitsubishi truck. The driver of the truck remained at the scene and alcohol/drug impairment does not appear to be a factor in the collision. The pedestrian was pronounced deceased at the scene and the driver was transported to a local hospital for minor injuries. The name of the deceased is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. The Fountain Valley Police Department Traffic Bureau and the Orange County Coroner’s Office responded to conduct the investigation. Witnesses to the collision are encouraged to call the Fountain Valley Police Department Traffic Bureau at 714-593-4654. Incident 17-47309

FVPD wishes everyone a Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays!

Quick update on our FV Firefighters. The remaining crew is now back at their home station. Good to have everyone back in Fountain Valley all safe and sound in time for Christmas!

Team FV just formally swore in Officer Jones! Officer Jones started her training program a few weeks ago but we were very excited to hold this Badge Ceremony in front of her friends, family and the community. We wish her best of luck!

The Learning Center Preschool stopped by the Police Department to share some Christmas spirit. We were serenaded by these precious little voices, singing Chrismas carols.