Placentia Police Department

  • Agency: Placentia Police Department
  • Address: 401 E. Chapman Ave, Placentia, 92870 CA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (714) 993-8164
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Placentia Police Department is located at 401 E. Chapman Ave, Placentia, 92870 CA. The Placentia Police Department phone number is (714) 993-8164.

Placentia Police Department News

Do you have kids that would like to join our Placentia Police Explorer Program? Would you like to join our PPD Volunteers in Police Service? Come on out to our Volunteer Fair at the Placentia Civic Center! The event will be going on until 3pm! Free Tacos, Raffle Prizes, and more!!!

He worked many years in Placentia at Station 34 on Valencia. RIP sir.

Today, SRO Dean and Motor Officer Garza visited Valencia High School during their lunch time and talked to the students about NOT drinking and driving. CSU Fullerton Police Department was kind enough to let us borrow their alcohol impairment goggles so we could show the students how dangerous it is to drink and drive. Remember, whether you’re a minor or an adult...DRUNK DRIVING KILLS! Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District

Today, we were invited to Golden Elementary School to celebrate #Redribbon week. K-9 Officer Reihanifam and his partner Habo even gave the students a K-9 demonstration! Thanks Golden for having us! SAY NO TO DRUGS!

On Saturday, the Cities of Placentia, Brea, and Yorba Linda graduated 40+ new Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) members! CONGRATULATIONS to everyone and thanks for keeping our community #readyplacentia The next CERT course will be March, 2019. For more information go to www.placentia.org/cert

Earlier today, PPD played OCSD - Yorba Linda Police Services in a friendly game of softball. It was a great game and everyone had a lot of fun! Wanna know who won??? You’ll have to watch!

Pink Patch Project fundraiser is going on now and tomorrow. Please stop by and eat at CPK Chino Hills for a great cause!#pinkpatchproject

The Pink Patch Project fundraiser is tomorrow and Wednesday at CPK Chino Hills. A great cause! #PinkPatchProject

*** FOUND DOG *** This little one was found in the Placentia Lakes complex near the 200 block of Kauai (near Kraemer/Chapman) around 10:30pm this evening. The dog did not have a collar or tracking chip and PPD Officers were unable to locate the owner. If you are or know the owner, please contact Orange County Animal Control.

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K9 Habo always willing to lend a paw! https://www.facebook.com/505566022806536/posts/2305893726107081/

Last night, the City of Placentia along with the Cities of Brea and Yorba Linda hosted our FREE CERT training on Disaster Medical Operations! 60 members of our community came together to learn life-saving information and promote what it means to be #ReadyPlacentia!! Whole Community preparedness is what it takes to become a #resilient community! For more information on these courses visit www.placentia.org/cert

Thankfully no one was seriously hurt! A total of six people were involved in this collision, including a shopper. All were treated and released at the scene, except the 93 year old female driver of the Suburban who was transported to a local hospital. The Suburban struck the back of the parked Yukon, sending both vehicles through the front glass and stucco wall of the Goodwill Store. The crash remains under investigation.

#WholeCommunity disaster preparedness is about ensuring no one in our community is left behind! Let’s all get #ReadyPlacentia

On 10-05-18 at approximately 1:25 a.m., PPD Officers conducted a car stop in the area of Yorba Linda Blvd. and the 57 freeway. During the subsequent investigation of the driver, who was on probation, officers searched the vehicle. Officers located approximately 48 grams of methamphetamine, a loaded 9mm handgun and drug paraphernalia.

Nearly every recent vehicle burglary incident has involved an unlocked vehicle and/or items that have been left in plain sight. As a reminder, make sure nothing of value is left in plain sight when you leave your vehicle. Lately we have been experiencing a spike in thefts from vehicles at places where sporting events are occurring. The crooks know you're watching your kids soccer games too! Please remove any valuables from plain sight.

Pizza with a Purpose! Present this coupon at California Pizza Kitchen in Chino Hills October 16th and 17th and CPK will donate 20% to the Pink Patch Project Susan G. Komen of Orange County!

Today, the City of Placentia will be taking place in the test of the Orange County mass emergency alert system, commonly known as AlertOC. AlertOC is a county-wide emergency alert system that Placentia jointly-utilizes to notify residents of critical information which request immediate action in the event of a local emergency. This system will only be used in emergency situations such as immediate or eminent evacuations, shelter-in-place orders, and natural/human-induced disasters that have an effect on the well-being of our city and/or surrounding areas. Today, Orange County residents will receive two test emergency alerts to their mobile device, one from the Federal Government testing the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system – listed as a “Presidential Alert”; and the second alert will be sent to those who have opted into the AlertOC system. A majority of all mobile devices will receive the federal WEA message; however, you will only receive the AlertOC message if you have opted into the system at www.AlertOC.com. Sign-up at www.AlertOC.com

🚨🚨 DUI ARRESTS! 🚨🚨 Today at 5:33pm, Placentia Police officers responded to a traffic collision. After investigating the incident, one of the involved parties was arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI). About an hour later, at 6:45pm, Placentia Police Department Officers responded to a solo vehicle traffic collision in the area of Kraemer Blvd. and Madison Ave. The investigation resulted in another DUI arrest. ** Remember** Driving under the influence of marijuana or prescription medication is just as dangerous as driving under the influence of alcohol. Thankfully, no one was seriously injured in either of the collisions. Driving irresponsibly by being under the influence is never worth your life or the lives of others.

Congratulations to Golden Elementary for being named a National Blue Ribbon School for 2018! http://newsroom.ocde.us/oc-campus-wins-prestigious-national-blue-ribbon-award/

Today marks the 1 year anniversary of the Route 91 shooting in Las Vegas. Our own Officer Gillis was there that night with his wife, family, and friends. Fortunately, Officer Gillis and the group he was with were able to get out safely. Unfortunately, 58 concert-goers lost their lives that day in this tragic event. We will never forget and we honor their memory today. This amazing mural is located in Placentia near the area of Bastanchury and McCormack. Thank you to Placentia residents, Dan and Thomas Chaney for the beautiful and meaningful art.