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Chief Sam GonzalezWelcome To The Azusa Police Department

"On behalf of the men and women of the Azusa Police Department, we thank you for your unwavering support of public safety and our department.

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The Latest News And Information From The Azusa PD

  • Azusa Police Conduct Second Riverbed Operation For April

    Today, officers from the Azusa Police Department conducted another operation in the San Gabriel River to contact trespassers in the riverbed. The officers were joined by members of the Los Angeles County Fire Arson Investigation Unit, officers from Los Angeles County Department Of Animal Care and Control,as well as representatives from the Chief Executive Office of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles ...

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    by Mike Bertelsen
    Wednesday, April 23, 2014
  • First Ever Award Given To Azusa Police Dispatcher

    Dispatcher Yolanda "Yoli" Covarrubias has answered the call for help for many residents, business owners and visitors of Azusa for the past 32 years. As an Azusa Police Department Dispatcher, she is proud of her profession, co-workers and department.   Because of Covarrubias' performance and experiences on the job, the California Emergency Dispatcher Association, or CAL-EDA, has awarded her ...

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    by Mike Bires
    Tuesday, April 15, 2014
  • National Public Safety Telecommunicator's Week

    It's 2 o'clock in the morning, and you walk into the nursery to give your newborn their morning bottle. As you sit holding the bottle and rocking your baby back to sleep, you notice the shadow of someone outside your window. You hear footsteps, and then suddenly, the person outside starts trying to open the window. You dial 911 and reach the Azusa Police Department's Communication's Center. You f ...

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    by Mike Bires
    Sunday, April 13, 2014
  • The Death Of A Hero

    Yesterday, Los Angeles Police Department Officer Chris Cortijo of the department's Valley Traffic Division, died from his injuries sustained 4 days earlier in a traffic collision. Officer Cortijo had been struck by a driver who is believed to have been under the influence of narcotics.  Regardless of the department, jurisdiction or state, police officers assigned to work traffic enforcement ...

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    by Mike Bires
    Thursday, April 10, 2014
  • Azusa Police Contact Transients In The San Gabriel Riverbed

    There is a stretch of the San Gabriel River in Azusa that is popular with transients that trespass and set up illegal, long term encampments in the riverbed. The Azusa Police Department has made numerous contacts with these individuals and advised them they were trespassing. We have also offered them services for the homeless, resulting in some subjects abandoning their camps. The riverbed camps g ...

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    by Mike Bires
    Thursday, April 10, 2014
  • April Is Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals Month

    It's amazing how animals play such an integral part in our daily lives. They bring us happiness when we're having a rough day, and they long for our attention. Unfortunately, some people in our society take their frustrations out on their pets, or pets in their neighborhood. This frustration can be in the form of verbal or physical abuse. From the American Society of The Prevention Of Cruelty To ...

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    by Mike Bires
    Monday, April 07, 2014
  • When Your Ex Threatens Your Peace Both Online And Off...

    We recently received a question in our forum regarding an ex-husband who was harrassing his ex-wife online, threatening to hack into her social media, email and bank accounts, and was suddenly showing up at her residence, un-invited. What can she do? First Things First - Obtain A Restraining Order Although it may seem like a daunting task, you can actually obtain a restraining order relatively e ...

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    by Mike Bires
    Thursday, April 03, 2014
  • Azusa Police Responds To Report Of A Stabbing

    Last night at about 11:02, Azusa Police Officers responded to a 9-1-1 call from a person in the 700 Block of E. Glenlyn Drive, regarding an injured subject.   When the officers arrived, they located a male victim suffering from two stab wounds to his upper torso.  He was treated and stabilized at the scene by paramedics, and quickly transported to a local hospital for advance ...

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    by Mike Bires
    Monday, March 31, 2014
  • Fatal Traffic Collision Investigated By Azusa Police

    Last night, at approximately 6:33, officers from the Azusa Police Department were sent to the intersection of Azusa Avenue and Gladstone Street, regarding an injury traffic collision.   A preliminary investigation revealed that a 1993 Toyota Corolla, driven by a 71 year old Covina resident, entered the intersection of Azusa Avenue and Gladstone Street from the westbound left turn bay o ...

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    by Mike Bires
    Monday, March 31, 2014
  • Violations Found At Massage Parlors By Azusa PD

    Yesterday, the Azusa Police Department partnered with the City of Azusa Code Enforcement Division, California Employment Development Department, Department of Industrial Relations, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department's Major Crimes Bureau (Licensing Unit) to conduct a Massage Parlor Operation within the City of Azusa.  The police department had received complaints that ...

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    by Mike Bires
    Friday, March 28, 2014
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RT @LtMBertelsen: Azusa PD and homeless advocacy groups just completed an enforcement/outreach operation in the San Gabriel riverbed http:/…

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