|MADD Award for DUI Enforcement|
Covina Officers Honored
Covina Police Officers Frank Medina and Jordan Corder, pictured above with Chief Kim Raney and Mayor Peggy Delach, were recognized by the Covina City Council on Tuesday April 1, 2014. These officers were previously honored on Thursday March 20th by the California Officer of Traffic Safety, as well as Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD), for their proactive enforcement of state DUI laws. During the 2013 calendar year, Officers Corder and Medina combined for approximately 150 DUI arrests. Officer Corder joined the Covina Police Department in 2007 and Officer Medina in 2008. Both officers are committed to doing all they can to improve the safety of Covina citizens by identifying and arresting intoxicated drivers.
Service Area Policing
The members of the Covina Police Department strive to provide excellent customer service to the citizens we serve. To facilitate this level of service we have divided the City into three service areas, with one lieutenant assigned to each area.
Service Area Policing allows you to contact the lieutenant who is responsible for your specific area of concern for any non-emergency issues.
Do not hesitate to contact your Service Area Lieutenant for non-emergency problems that do not need immediate response from the police. Together, we can make Covina a better place to live, work and visit. For more information or to contact your service are lieutenant, click Service Area Policing.
Updated Alarm Ordinance
The City of Covina has recently adopted an updated Alarm ordinance to address false alarm response issues resulting from operator and alarm monitoring company errors. The goal of the ordinance is to reduce the number of false alarm activations requiring a response by the Covina Police Department, which will free up police resources and reduce the fines levied on alarm customers.
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Child Safety Seat Distribution Programs in Los Angeles County
In California, all children under age 8 are required to ride in a safety seat or booster in the back seat. All children under age 16 are required to ride properly buckled up in safety belt, booster or safety seat. Read More.