Coronado Police Department

  • Agency: Coronado Police Department
  • Address: 700 Orange Ave, Coronado, 92118 CA
  • Chief: Lou Scanlon (Chief of Police)
Phone: 619-522-7350
Fax: (619) 435-1329

Coronado Police Department is located at 700 Orange Ave, Coronado, 92118 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Lou Scanlon. The Coronado Police Department phone number is 619-522-7350.

Coronado Police Department News

Are you driving around San Diego County this morning? If so, stay safe navigating in the fog. Remember, drive SLOW, headlights, NO brights, and focus on driving, not multi-tasking.

#ThrowBackThursday Henry Clay Israel - Coronado Chief of Police 1926-1929 Chief Israel was the son of Robert Decatur Israel who at one time was the lighthouse keeper in Pt. Loma. Chief Israel was a private in the Army and served in the Spanish American war. He is buried at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery alongside his wife Isabella.

In support of the Commander Naval Air Forces (CNAF) Change of Command, the United States Navy Blue Angels Demonstration Team (6 F/A-18 aircraft) will conduct a flyby of Naval Air Station North Island at an altitude of 1,000' on Thursday, January 11, 2018, at approximately 10:10 a.m. The route of flight will take the aircraft over Point Loma in the vicinity of Sunset Cliffs, Wooden Area, La Playa, and Shelter Island en route to Naval Air Station North Island and then over the southern end of Point Loma as the aircraft depart the area.

We get calls all the time from residents wondering "is this a scam?" The Federal Trade Commission has provided a short video on tips on how to spot a scam, and what you should do about them. Help us spread the word and share this video with elderly family members and neighbors who are typically targeted by scammers. #community #crimeprevention

Enjoy the break in the rain because there is more to come later today. Remember, windshield wipers on, lights on! Let's all get home safely. #driveslow #arrivealive

Preparing for the rain? Sandbags are available for Coronado residents (no contractors please) at the following locations: First Street and Alameda Blvd Fourth Street and Alameda Blvd North Beach Parking lot near Cays Fire Station

Forecast calls for rain. Are you prepared? Check tires and windshield wipers. Turn on headlights. Slow down and share the road. #arrivealive #SLOWDOWN

The Coronado Police Department wishes you a safe and happy new year. Going out tonight? Plan ahead. Designate a sober driver and add a driver service app such as Uber or Lyft or local cab company’s phone number to your mobile phone. Stay aware, don’t get into a car if the driver has been drinking. Hosting a party? As guests arrive, confirm that they have a safe plan to get home. Keep the number of a cab company handy or download a driver service app on your phone for guests. Offer several non-alcoholic beverage options and food to keep your guests from drinking on an empty stomach. Remember, the City has a Responsible Host ordinance that prohibits serving or allowing minors to drink alcohol in your home during a gathering or party. Together, we can make this holiday a safe and happy new year for everyone. We look forward to serving you in 2018!

Our thoughts and prayers are with Officer Camilleri's family and friends during this difficult time.