Chula Vista Police Department

  • Agency: Chula Vista Police Department
  • Address: 315 4th Ave, Chula Vista, 91910 CA
  • Chief: Rick Emerson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 619-691-5151

Chula Vista Police Department is located at 315 4th Ave, Chula Vista, 91910 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick Emerson. The Chula Vista Police Department phone number is 619-691-5151.

Chula Vista Police Department News

CVPD and San Diego County Probation compete for the Walk Like MADD title to promote awareness and fundraise for a just cause. Today we walk to remember victims of drunk driving. #drunkdrivingendshere

CVPD and San Diego County Probation compete for the Walk Like MADD title to promote awareness and fundraise for a just cause. Today we walk to remember victims of drunk driving. #drunkdrivingendshere

Last month we had an event at the Chick-fil-A Restaurant to collect stuffed animals which was very successful. For anyone who wanted to donate and didn't get a chance, here is another opportunity to drop off a new stuffed animal (with tags attached) to the Police Department. We have a collection box in our lobby, which is open Mon-Fri between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. We thank you in advance.

We would like to take this opportunity to remind our residents of the following resources: Many people are unaware we offer Neighborhood Watch; just call Community Relations at 619 691-5187 to get started. Besides Neighborhood Watch, there are other resources., which allows you to check out the reported crime that is happening in your neighborhood. is a neighborhood-networking website. Nixle allows you to get alerts sent to your phone and email about important events in the city. Act allows you to report problems to the city. Help us solve a crime allow you to get tips to us about crime.

Have a safe and fun Halloween!

K-9 Officer Walters gives us a little insight into his law enforcement experience and why he chose the Chula Vista Police Department.

Chief Roxana Kennedy and Chula Vista Police Officers "discovering" great kids during Public Safety Day at Discovery STEAM Charter School. Thank you staff and students for an incredible day!

The Chula Vista Police Department is fortunate to have a K-9 Division with six exceptional K-9 Officers and K-9 partners. Allow us to introduce you to our K-9 squad: Apollo, Ares, Booker, Griffen, Turbo and Zeus. These loyal and steadfast K-9 partners have proven to be an invaluable resource to our department and community.

Red Ribbon Week 2017 K-9 Officer Walters and his partner Ares along with the CVPD Traffic Unit and the School Resource Division presented on the importance of living a drug free life. The students had an opportunity to watch Ares at work and get to know their School Resource Officers. @ Hilltop Drive Elementary

American Red Cross 2017 Real Heroes Honorees Agent Rose and Officer Chancellor Ordinary People / Extraordinary Courage

Discovery Park Vandalized Over the Weekend This past weekend, Discovery Park was severely damaged by vandals driving a vehicle(s) on the park grounds and soccer fields. This is the second time in a few weeks that this has happened at Discovery Park. Marisol Park also was recently vandalized in this manner. These activities displace thousands of kids who play soccer at these locations. This damage makes the fields unusable so City staff and the Youth Sports Council must scramble to reschedule, cancel, or postpone events to accommodate those playing in tournaments. Besides the inconvenience for players and park users, the City must then spend thousands of dollars to replace the turf. This unexpected expense is a burden to the City and its taxpayers. If you see or hear this vandalism when it’s occurring, please call 9-1-1 immediately. Also, if you know who may have been involved in these activities, please call the Chula Vista Police Department non-emergency number at (619) 691-5151. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Chula Vista Police Command Staff, Officers, Staff, Explorers, and CAST team members have come together to help a fellow resident. Neighbors helping neighbors, Christmas in October has begun... Christmas in October City of Chula Vista Government

Congrats to Ret. CVPD Lt. Don Partch, Defensive Tactics Instructor at Regional Police Academy for 20 years! Great Career! An Inspiration!

Thanks to the generosity of many Chula Vistans we had a successful event at Chick-fil-A and collected lots of stuffed animals for the children at Rady Children's Hospital.

The City of Chula Vista Employment Engagement Committee hosted the 1st Annual Amazing Race on October 4, 2017. The team representing the Chula Vista Police Department, “Back the Badge”, took home the WIN. Congratulations Agent Chudy, Agent Lopez-Ng, Officer Naranjo and Officer Aguayo! A special thanks to the City of Chula Vista Employment Engagement Committee for their dedication to providing our city employees with a happy and healthy work environment.

Please join us this coming Tuesday October 10th between 8:00 and 10:00 am at the McDonald’s on Telegraph Canyon Rd. Chula Vista Officers, Command staff and more will be there waiting to speak to you. We are building community partnerships one cup of coffee at a time. We hope to see you there.

Support the Chula Vista Police Activities League by playing a bingo-like game with high-end designer purse prizes for an afternoon of fun. Purchase tickets online at or call 619 691-5218 #cvpd #PAL #coach #katespade #D&G #michaelkors

Chula Vista Police department supports Breast Cancer Awareness Thank you to Code7 for the pink patches. #cvpd #code7 #pinkpatchproject #breastcancerawarenessmonth

Please join us for a night of family fun at the Chick-fil-A restaurant in Eastlake. Law Enforcement and Chick-fil-A are teaming up once again to collect stuffed animals for the children at Rady Children's Hospital. We'll be out there with our Bearcat and a SWAT Team member, along with Community Relations and a member from the HOT Team. (Homeless Outreach Team). We hope to see you there!

The Chula Vista School Resource Division hosted the 1st Annual Fall Safety Patrol Camp on September 19th and September 20th. The SRO Division organized a 2-day camp hosting seventy-three 5th and 6th grade Safety Patrollers from local Chula Vista Elementary Schools. Officers and Safety Patrollers had the opportunity to discuss important topics such as internet safety, social media awareness and bullying. Chula Vista K-9 Officer Walter and Officer Garcia visited the camp and spoke to the students about our CVPD K-9 division before giving a demonstration. Special thanks to Salt Creek Elementary School for hosting our safety patrollers on Tuesday. Our Safety Patrollers also had the opportunity to tour the Olympic Training Center where they met Olympic Track and Field Gold Medalist Jerome Avery and Professional BMX cyclist Tyler Brown. Special thanks to the Olympic Training Center for hosting our Safety Patrollers and the San Diego Sheriff’s Department ASTREA for giving our Safety Patrollers an experience they will never forget. CVESD Safety Patrollers and Parents, the School Resource Division hopes to provide more opportunities like this one for our local Safety Patrollers. Please speak with your school site Safety Patrol Advisors if you are interested in having your Safety Patroller participate in an event like this in the future. Chula Vista Elementary School District Salt Creek Elementary

Our efforts are made possible with your support

Congratulations to our Chula Vista Police Explorer Post 2831! This morning Chief Roxana Kennedy and the Chula Vista Police Department celebrated the graduation of twelve of our Chula Vista Police Explorers. Phase One Coordinator/Advisor Officer Scott Hall, Drill Instructor Agent Patrick Alvarez and Academy Co-Director/Advisor Officer Pricilla Graton were recognized for their contributions. Our department is honored to have three award recipients... Explorer Captain Alexis Lopez was honored as the recipient of the Al Edgar Award. Explorer Sergeant Jason Wilder was honored as the recipient of the Phase 2 (Intermediate) Honor Graduate and Physical Training Award. Officer Pricilla Graton was selected by the San Diego County Law Enforcement Explorer Advisor Association as the recipient of the Olivia Castellanos Spirit Award; in honor of Castellanos' boundless dedication to the Explorer Program. Castellanos was a former CSO for CVPD. Special thanks to Associate Advisors Henry Martin Jr and Anthony DeGuire. Interested in joining the Chula Vista Police Explorers? Attend our mandatory orientation on Monday, August 28th at 1700 hours at the Chula Vista Civic Library, 365 F Street.

Final reminder for our big event next Tuesday. We hope to see you here.