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The Police Department is a very efficient operation that partners with Los Alamitos residents to conduct community policing. Police teach their residents to take action so they can protect them selves and avoid becoming victims. They also offer many other services for their community.
In fact, they have an entire Support Services Division that oversees their special programs and police functions. This Division includes the Records Bureau, Property and Evidence, Facilities, Emergency Preparedness, Administration of the Police Department’s grants and budget, and the Community Outreach Program.
The regular patrol-law enforcement services fall under the department’s Operations Division. This division encompasses the Traffic Unit, Personnel and Training, the Reserve Officer Program, Press Information, the Police Explorer Post, Patrol and the Detective Bureau.
The Los Alamitos Police also have a Community Outreach Program, or COP Team, which they developed to promote their aforementioned partnership with the community. City resources like public works and code enforcement, combined with concentrated police enforcement, including the addition of bicycle patrols, are employed to saturate a problem area and weed out trouble.
Just exactly what course of action a COP Team takes in each geographical area is determined by the issues there. Multi-tenant and Single Family Housing and Business Crime Prevention all fall under the Outreach umbrella, along with School/Youth Programs and Women’s Safety classes.
The LAPD Emergency Prep Team is made up of employees from each city department as well as citizen volunteers. They are funded by the Department of Homeland Security, and they have specialized equipment and trained first responders who combat incidents of terrorism. Earthquakes, wildfires, flooding, mudslides are also classified as emergencies or disasters by them.
The Los Alamitos Police Department recently created something they call Los Al Watch or LAW, which is an e-mail service focused on delivering information on crime and fraud prevention, police activity, and community topics, right to citizens’ computers at home or work.
The City of Los Alamitos will officially celebrate its 50th Anniversary during 2010. “Los Alamitos” means The Little Cottonwoods in Spanish. The city was named for the clusters of cottonwood trees Spanish explorers saw here more than 200 years ago.
The population of Los Alamitos is 11,536 and growing, although the majority of residents have lived in their small, quaint city for many years. Los Alamitos is best known for its great weather and the USA Water Polo National Aquatic Center, where the US Olympic water polo teams train.
The center is located on the US Military Joint Forces Training Base, which is attached to the Los Alamitos Army Airfield. This city is also the home of the world famous Los Alamitos Race Course, which has year round Quarter Horse, Arabian and Thoroughbred racing.
Los Alamitos Police Department
3201 Katella Ave.
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
24-Hr Police Service: 562-594-7232
Watch Commander: 562-431-2255 ext. 426
Front Lobby Hours
Mon.-Fri. 7:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M
Sat - 9:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M.
After hours, an officer can be summoned to the police department lobby by using the red phone located near the door.
Last updated: 10/28/2013