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
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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

Our Chula Vista Police Explorers alongside SDSO, NCPD, Escondido PD, and Carlsbad PD Explorers excitedly participate in the electoral process and work to organize ballots and supplies. They may not be old enough to vote, but they know how to make an impact. #THISisChula #CVPDExplorerPost2831 #ElectionDay *1052

Photo album for Law Enforcement Torch Run Kickoff

Yesterday marked day one of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. We kicked off the event at Chula Vista Police Department with the lighting of the torch, several local law enforcement agencies and a bronze medal earning athlete, Thomas Selbe. Special Olympics transforms lives through the joy of sport, every day, everywhere. They are the world's largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities: with 4.4 million athletes in 170 countries -- and millions more volunteers and supporters. Through the power of sports, people with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths and abilities, skills, and success. These athletes find joy, confidence and fulfillment -- on the playing field and in life. They also inspire people in their communities and elsewhere to open their hearts to a wider world of human talents and potential

Fingerprinting is one of the services we offer here at the department. Ink cards are Tueday-Friday from 8am-11am, LiveScans are by appointment only! To set an appointment click on the link below: http://www.chulavistaca.gov/departments/police-department/services/livescan-fingerprinting

We encourge that you please take the time to talk to your children about safety, The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® provides safety and prevention resources for families and professionals focusing on child abduction, child sexual exploitation, and internet safety. #MissingChildrensDay #StaySafeChulaVista

National Missing Children’s Day brings awareness to child abduction. We encourage you to take some time to talk to your child and loved ones about safety. “One missing child is too many” – John Walsh #MissingChildrensDay #StaySafeChulaVista Photo from Awareness Days​

What is the Chula Vista Police Foundation? It is an Independent 501 © (3) non-profit organization that supports for efforts that enhance police/community relations, crime prevention and public safety through grant funding for specialized equipment, training, and cooperative community programs- all of which receive limited funding. Check out the site to learn more: http://www.chulavistapolicefoundation.org/

May 25th is National Missing Children's Day Every year in the U.S., 465,000 children are reported missing. National Missing Children's Day was created to encourage parents, guardians, caregivers, and others concerned with the well-being of children to make child safety a priority. To commemorate this day, we wanted to share the following safety tips with you: -Teach children their contact information. Make sure your child knows his or her full name, home address and telephone number. Include this contact information in their backpack, coat, etc. Teach your child not to share this information with anyone he or she does not know without your permission. -Practice safe social media. Talk to your children about the risks of sharing too much information on social media. Explain how "checking in" on social networks and sharing location information or routines can have negative consequences. -Listen and ask questions. Listen if your child says someone makes him or her feel uncomfortable. Ask questions to better understand why. It is important for children to learn to trust their instincts. -Use Nextdoor's urgent alert tool if your child goes missing or wanders away. After contacting authorities, use Nextdoor to alert your neighbors. The first few hours after a child goes missing are the most critical. Since there's typically a window of time before emergency responders can arrive, alerting your neighbors can be an essential step.

The Foundation is a HUGE supporter of our K9 program, helping us purchase necessary equipment and even some of our dogs. So, thank you so much for your support by donating to the Police Foundation or purchasing plush dogs. Together we can accomplish so much

Please stay informed and know your rights as a victim of a crime. To get a copy of Victim's Bill of rights click on the link below: http://www.chulavistaca.gov/departments/police-department/victim-information

Agent Graton and Officer Caceres were invited to Discovery Charter Elementary School to present on Respecting Authority to Girl Scout Troop #6543. These young Daisies were prepared to discuss the subject of respect and were able to identify the many forms of authority they will encounter at home, school and in their community. This training earned them their final petal and completed their Daisy bloom. We are so proud of each of you and celebrate you as you bridge to Girl Scout Brownie. #Thisischula #Girlscoutssandiego #discoverycharter #CVPDSRO @ Discovery Charter *1052

Have you heard of Crime Mapping? It is a website that gives you crime statistics for any area. Check it out! https://www.crimemapping.com/

Congratulations On Your Graduation! Officer Angeles Officer Stone Officer Martin Jr. Officer Oliver Officer Truong

Candidate Forum Please come to a Candidate Forum on Thursday, May 17th at the Chula Vista Presbyterian Church located at 940 Hilltop Drive. The event goes from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. All are welcome to attend this informational community-wide forum.

A lot of support came out from CVPD to run along side the114th graduating class of the Regional Police Academy for their Pride Run. #congratsgrads #policeacademy #cvpd #LawEnforcement #priderun #IGotYourSix #respect #courage #police

Congratulations to the 114th Regional Academy, joined by the experienced members of Chula Vista's finest, on the completion of their Pride Run. Our newest recruits will graduate from the Police Academy on Wednesday, May 16th.

Need to request a copy of a Chula Vista Police report? No problem! You can request it in person or mail in a request. Be sure to provide the information listed below: Date and Time of Incident, Location, parties involved, Incident report number and Picture ID In need of another service? Check out our website: http://www.chulavistaca.gov/departments/police-department

Kickoff Summer with Safety Patrol 5-Day Camp. See your Safety Patrol Advisor for an application or pick one up at Chula Vista PD.

Happy Mother's Day to all of our CVPD Moms-on-duty and ALL of our CVPD Moms. Thank you for serving our community so passionately and for choosing to spend your days protecting our community. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY! #thisischula #policewoman #ladycop #cvpddispatcher #dispatcherlife #CVPDCSO #CVPDPSO *1052 @ Chula Vista, California

To all the wonderful mothers everywhere:

Please be aware of what you are posting on social media, it can hurt you in more ways than one. Excellent security tip from La Mesa PD!

Thank you NBC 7 San Diego for helping spread the word about our furry K9 friends! Learn more at www.ChulaVistaPD.org.

Thank you to Lisa Remillard and Carlos Amezcua for co-hosting CVPD's 26th annual awards and recognition ceremony! Chief Kennedy and the staff of CVPD appreciate your support and the fantastic job you both did to make our ceremony special!