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Tustin PD invites the community out to National Night Out at The District

From one little booth stationed in front of the Target store at The District at Tustin Legacy to more than 50 vendors and nearly 1,300 visitors, Tustin PD’s local celebration of National Night Out...

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Retiring sergeant had a blast during his 29-year career at Tustin PD

It’s fitting that Tustin PD Sgt. Del Pickney’s last day of work was just after the July 4 weekend. During his 29-year career, the former Marine distinguished himself as a real firecracker of a...

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Tustin PD officers now have body cameras; in-car cameras, computers being upgraded

Continuing its drive to be as technologically advanced as possible, the Tustin PD recently equipped its officers with body cameras and is in the process of upgrading in-car cameras and...

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At annual community event, the Tustin PD opens its doors for a day to the public

On Saturday, June 17 the Tustin Police Department opened its doors to the public during the agency's annual Open House event. The community was invited to come to the department from 11 a.m. to 3...

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Tustin PD invests in ballistic vests, related gear to protect officers from rifle rounds

Nearly a year has passed since law enforcement’s darkest month in recent memory. On July 7, 2016, five Dallas police officers were gunned down in an ambush-style attack by a man armed with an...

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Tustin PD annual dinner celebrates the agency’s dedicated volunteers

Kathy and Ray Leger are the longest-serving Tustin PD volunteers. The husband-and-wife duo have nearly 30 years of combined service. They help serve the needs of the agency and community in whatever...

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Fallen officer Wally Karp’s memory stays alive in annual Tustin PD ceremony

White roses encircled the base of the statue the Tustin Police Department has built in memory of the agency's only fallen officer. Waldron G. Karp’s sacrifice is not forgotten. And his service...

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Tri-city K9 training fosters learning among law enforcement agencies

All 85 pounds of Dutch shepherd Riggs comes charging at the officer. He braces himself – and screams. His handler, Tustin PD Officer Eric Kent, commands Riggs to release, which he does, and the...

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Cars, Cops and Coffee makes for great Saturday morning conversation outside Tustin PD

Engines were purring and coffee was pouring April 29 for the first Cars, Cops and Coffee event at the Tustin Police Department. Porsches pulled in next to old Ford pickups. A Nash was there. A 1939...

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Spanish-language Citizens’ Academy marks an important first for the Tustin PD

Smiles and hugs were in ample supply at a dinner honoring graduates of the first Spanish-language Tustin Police Department Citizens’ Academy on April 12. Nearly 60 attendees, including the 33...

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