|Irvine Police Department|
|On Wednesday, Chief Maggard swore in Officer Ralph Villejo in a ceremony held in the Department's Emergency Operations Center. Officer Villejo took his oath of office in a room filled with friends, family and new co-workers.|
|The Irvine Police Department would like to share some 'Wire Fraud and Money Scams' prevention tips.|
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|On Friday, Chief Maggard swore in three new Irvine police officers in a ceremony held in in Department's Emergency Operations Center. The three officers, Paul Gebert, Frank LoNigro and Nate Ridlon took their oath of office in front of a crowd full of their friends, family members and new co-workers |
|As temperatures outside rise, the inside temperature of a vehicle can heat up quickly. Although dark colored vehicles absorb heat much faster, all vehicles get hot inside quickly in warm temperatures, even with the windows slightly down. Please remember to not leave your pets inside your vehicle even for “just a minute” while you run an errand. |
|This week is National Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week! |
On our website, we have multiple resources and information about our Animal Services Unit as well as answers to most questions you may have.
This week, April 13-19th is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week.
|'Got-a-Minute?' Quick information you can use right now!|
The month of April is 'Distracted Driver Awareness Month'
The Irvine Police Department would like to share with you some important informaiton about distracted driving.
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April is Earthquake Preparedness Month and the Irvine Police Department Office of Emergency Management would like to encourage Irvine residents to be prepared by making a family plan, stockpiling emergency supplies and knowing how to stay connected to the City. Taking these simple steps will go a long way during an earthquake or other emergency.
|DARE Officer Aragon, Officer Chandler and Public Safety Assistant Lovenduski, participated in the Read Across America Campaign today in honor of the late great Dr. Seuss. Officers went to four Irvine elementary schools and read books to students in their classrooms. The students were excited to have these special classroom guests and eager to ask questions about law enforcement after the stories were read.|