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    In 1887, silver was discovered in the Santa Ana Mountains, attracting settlers. This sudden growth in population spurred the California legislature to divide up Los Angeles County and create Orange County as a separate political entity in1889.

    The county is generally said to have been named for the citrus fruit, but there was also already a town named Orange here, so the county may have been named for this city.  Today the county covers a total area of 948 sq miles, making it the smallest, but some say the wealthiest county, in Southern California.

    On this page, you will find information for the Orange County Police Departments and the communities they serve.  Orange County has many police departments. Some cities run their own independent department while others contract with another city or with the County Sheriff's Department for police and protection services.  Each department listed below features a link to additional information.

    The success of the police departments in Orange County rests on their ability to provide good information and services to their citizens. Orange County police do this by working in cooperation with other local, state, federal law enforcement and community agencies as well as many types of citizen groups.

    Most of the police departments structure their law enforcement on the Community Policing model.  This simply means that patrol officers, investigators and traffic officers are assigned to the same geographic area for a specified time period to give these personnel the opportunity to become more familiar with the people that live and work in their area; it's built on the notion of the "old-fashion" beat where people know people.

    A special emphasis is placed on the “Quality of Life” issues that affect each of these communities, like traffic, noise and vandalisms. Working on, understanding and being accountable for area-specific needs helps strengthen OC Police Department “partnerships” with their communities.

    The Orange County Police Departments incorporate several values in their law enforcement work, too.  Some of these, like courage, duty and commitment are fairly obvious.  But emphasis is also placed on organizational growth and values, teamwork and community service.

    Most OC Departments also have several divisions within their ranks.  These include, but are not limited to, K-9 Units, Animal Control Services, 9-1-1 Dispatch/Communications, Crime Prevention, SWAT Teams, Bicycle Units, Traffic, Records, Administrative and Patrol.


    Aliso Viejo
    (949) 425-2561
    Police services for the City of Aliso Viejo are provided on a contract basis by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.

    Anaheim Police Department
    (714) 765-1900
    This city is a major tourist destination, so the Anaheim Police Department not only protects its residents, business community, it serves countless visitors who come to enjoy such famous attractions as Disneyland, Angel Stadium of Anaheim, the Anaheim Convention Center and the Honda Center.

    Brea Police Department
    (714) 990-7625
    The Brea Police Department serves the city of Brea, which is located the northeast corner of Orange County, near Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

    Buena Park Police Department
    (714) 562-3902 Dispatch
    (714) 562-3901 Front Desk
    The Buena Park Police Department serves the city of Buena Park, located in northwestern Orange County, adjacent to the city of Anaheim and 12 miles northwest of downtown Santa Ana.

    Costa Mesa Police Department
    (714) 754-5368 Front Desk
    (714) 754-5280 General
    The Costa Mesa Police Department consists of four divisions: Administration, Field Operations, Support and Technical Services.  Their city is renowned as a regional center for commerce, and home the famous Orange County Performing Arts Center.

    Cypress Police Department
    (714) 229-6600
    The Cypress Police Department serves Cypress, which is located in North Western Orange County, east of the San Gabriel River Freeway (605), south of the Artesia Freeway (91) and north of the Garden Grove (22) and San Diego (405) Freeways.

    Dana Point Police Department
    (949) 770-6011
    (949) 248-3550
    The Dana Point Police Department covers a city that has nearly seven miles of prominent coastal bluffs and rolling hills along the Pacific Ocean.  Dana Point’s motto is "Harboring the Good Life" and the city lives up to it by providing slips and mooring for over 2,500 boats.

    Fountain Valley Police Department
    (714) 593-4400
    The Fountain Valley Police Department serves the city of Fountain Valley, is situated in the heart of Orange County, just minutes from Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm and the beach.

    Foothill Ranch
    (949) 770-6011
    The citizens of Foothill Ranch are served by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.

    Fullerton Police Department
    (714) 738.6800 Police
    (714) 738.6722 Jail
    The Fullerton Police Department is a full service department with its own jail.  Fullerton is one of Orange County's major cities. Recently, it has restored its downtown area of more than 70 historic buildings.

    Garden Grove Police Department
    (714) 741-5704
    The Garden Grove Police Department serves the city of Garden Grove which is in northern Orange County.  State Route 22, also known as the Garden Grove Freeway, passes through the city running east-west. The city is best known for being the home of Robert H. Schuller's Crystal Cathedral.

    Huntington Beach Police Department
    (714) 960-8811
    The Huntington Beach Police Department serves the seaside OC city of Hunting Beach, which is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the southwest, by Seal Beach on the northwest, and surrounded by Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Westminster and Fountain Valley.

    Irvine Police Department
    The Irvine Police Department uses ‘geographic policing’ to create a small town feeling by pairing neighborhood officers up with individual communities. They have divided their city into three geographic areas that they patrol: “Portola,” “University” and “Crossroads.”

    Irvine Valley College Police Department
    (949) 451-5234
    The Irvine Valley College Campus Police Department is an on-campus law enforcement agency staffed by fully-sworn Peace Officers.

    La Habra Police Department
    The La Habra Police Department serves the city of La Habra which is located in the northwestern corner of Orange County.   It is bordered by La Habra Heights on the north, Brea on the east, Fullerton on the south, La Mirada and East La Mirada on the west, and Whittier on the northwest
    (562) 905-9700

    La Palma Police Department
    (714) 690-3370
    The La Palma Police Department covers its northern Orange County city that was once known as Dairyland.  La Palma is bordered by Cerritos on the north and west, Cypress on the south and west and Buena Park on the east.

    Laguna Beach Police Department
    (949) 497-0701
    The Laguna Beach Police Department serves a unique beach and artist's colony with seven miles of sand and surf running along its nine square miles. During the summer, several million visitors are drawn to this resort city for its picturesque scenery, art festivals and the Pageant of the Masters.

    Laguna Hills
    (949) 770-6011?
    This city encompasses 6.4 square miles and has a population of 31,017 residents.  Laguna Hills contracts with the Orange County Sheriff's Department for its police services.

    Laguna Niguel
    (949) 362-4310
    This city’s police services are provided through a contract with the Orange County Sheriff's Department.

    Lake Forest
    (949) 770-6011
    (949) 461-3541
    Lake Forest boasts 78,000 people who reside in an area of about 17 square miles.  Police Services for this are provided by the Orange County Sheriff's Department (O.C.S.D.).

    Los Alamitos Police Department
    (562) 431-2255
    The Los Alamitos Police Department is a very efficient operation that partners with residents to conduct community policing for this small Orange County City.

    Mission Viejo
    (949) 470-3065
    (949) 770-6011
    Over 100,000 people live in Mission Viejo, making it the largest city that law enforcement serves in Orange County. Mission Viejo has contracted with the Orange County Sheriff's Department for their police services since 1988.

    Newport Beach Police Department
    (949) 644-3681
    Newport Beach lies within the Santa Ana-Anaheim-Irvine area. This city is currently one of the wealthiest communities in California. Areas of Newport Beach include Corona del Mar, Balboa Island, Newport Coast, San Joaquin Hills, and Balboa Peninsula (also known as Balboa) and all of these areas are also served by the Newport Beach Police Department.

    City of Orange Police Department
    (714) 744-7444
    The City of Orange Police Department serves the City of Orange, which is located in Orange County, California. It is approximately 3 miles north of Santa Ana, the county seat.

    Placentia Police Department
    (714) 993-8164
    The Placentia Police Department serves Placentia and the community of Atwood, which is located in Placentia’s southernmost quadrant.

    Rancho San Margarita
    (949) 635-1819
    Located along the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains, Rancho Santa Margarita, like many of its neighboring communities, contracts with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department for all of its law enforcement needs.

    Saddleback College Police Department
    (949) 582-4585
    The Saddleback College Police Department has the same authority as a Municipal Police Station.   They are responsible for patrolling campus grounds, taking crime and incident reports, conducting investigations and enforcing all applicable laws.

    San Juan Capistrano
    (949) 443-6371
    For more than 250 years, both the Mission of San Juan Capistrano and swallows have played a crucial part in the life of this city. San Juan Capistrano has contracted its law enforcement services from the Orange County Sheriff's Department since 1961.

    San Clemente
    (949) 770-6011
    San Clemente has the ocean, rugged hills, coastal canyons, clean air and one of the world’s finest climates.  The Orange County Sheriff's Department provides law enforcement services for this city.

    Santa Ana Police Department
    (714) 245-8665
    The Santa Ana Police Department covers the largest city in Orange County.  The SAPD is located diagonally across Boyd Way and 6th Street from the OC Central Jail Complex, the County’s main jail. However, the Santa Ana Police can house inmates in their own jail, too.

    Seal Beach Police Department
    (562) 799-4100
    The Seal Beach Police Department serves the city Seal Beach is located in the westernmost corner of Orange County.  The city is the gateway to Orange County, nestled as it is, between the cities of Long Beach and Huntington Beach.

    (714) 236-8722
    Ever since 1988, when the Stanton Police Department and Sheriff’s Department merged, the Orange County Sheriff's Department has provided full police services to this city.

    Tustin Police Deparment
    (714) 573-3225
    The Tustin Police Department was established in 1928 and had only one officer. Today, they have over 100 officers, but only a very small jail.

    Westminster Police Department
    (714) 898-3315 x 425
    The Westminster Police Department serves the city of Westminster, which is landlocked and bordered by Seal Beach on the west, by Garden Grove on the north and east, and by Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley on the south.

    Yorba Linda
    (714) 990-7625
    The City of Yorba Linda contracts with the Brea Police Department for law enforcement services.