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Cops on bikes at night is getting results in La Habra

They’re practically invisible. They can roll from one end of town to the other, in an almost silent crisscross in the wee hours of the night. They travel from business parks to neighborhoods,...

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Big technology change for La Habra as body-worn cameras are completely in use now

Over the last six months, La Habra PD officers assigned to patrol, investigations and traffic slowly have been getting used to a new tool that marks a big step for the agency: Body Worn Cameras...

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National Night Out in La Habra draws biggest, most diverse crowd yet

Raindrops couldn't keep hundreds of La Habra families from the annual National Night Out event Tuesday evening at Portola Park. Nearly 1,500 people turned out to get a bite to eat, watch a movie...

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La Habra PD becomes latest agency to deploy nasal spray to prevent opioid overdoses

The latest tool for La Habra PD officers comes in a smallish blue-and-yellow pouch. Inside the pouch is a nasal spray that could mean the difference between life and death for someone in the throes...

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Second-annual Cool Cops event helps build community in La Habra

The line for the water slide was already forming two hours before the water was turned on. Memories of the day will likely last a lot longer. Between the big shady trees of Las Lomas Park, La...

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La Habra PD offers $10K bonuses to experienced officers to fill open positions

A cash bonus could be all the incentive some experienced officers might need to join the La Habra PD. A pilot program, approved by the city council July 17, will be offering bonuses of up to $10,000...

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La Habra PD sergeant retires after more than two decades of helping good people

Sgt. Dave Crivelli is ending his 21-year career at La Habra PD in one piece and that’s more than enough for him. The decorated La Habra veteran leaves with a reputation as a community-oriented...

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La Habra PD honors its finest at annual awards and commendations ceremony

Fighting crime in 2017 means striking the right balance between what still works and what technology can offer and knowing what new laws can provide and what they might – unintentionally - take...

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La Habra PD detective, officer ride 250 miles to honor fallen comrades

Somewhere in a sea of blue jerseys were the smiling faces of Det. Jennifer Southern and Officer Craig Hentcy --- tired, cold, a little banged up and thrilled to be a part of something much bigger...

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Retiring longtime La Habra PD sergeant has made some solid bets over the years

Jeff Baylos was living with his parents and dead broke when, in July 1987, a month after quitting his supermarket job with nothing on the horizon, he did what any other responsible 25-year-old would...

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