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City of La Habra, California
Police Department

Police Department

Police Department
150 N. Euclid Street
(562) 383-4300   
 
Chief Jerry Price

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS for a Digital Video Recording System. Accepting submissions NOW and are due no later than 5:00 p.m. PST, Thursday, July 24, 2014.

The City of La Habra is currently accepting proposals for a new Video Recording System. The City may award the contract to a single contractor for the entire system. Specifications and RFP documents are available at City Hall.

City of La Habra
201 E. La Habra Blvd.
La Habra, CA 90633

Download RFP requirements and specifications here.

Parking Citations

The City of La Habra Police Department utilizes Data Ticket, Inc. for all parking citation services. Data Ticket is responsible for all processes, once a citation has been issued, including, but not limited to: processing data, accepting payment, establishing payment plans, and contesting citations issued. 

Data Ticket can be contacted via the web at
ww.citationprocessingcenter.com or on the telephone at (800) 989-2058.  Please have your citation number ready when contacting them.   

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Orange County Vector Control Public Health Advisory

WARNING: Flea-borne Typhus has been detected in La Habra and other parts of Orange County.

Fleas found on cats, dogs, raccoons, and opossums can carry the bacterium that causes flea-borne Typhus in humans.

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Citizens' Academy

The La Habra Police Department is proud to offer the Citizens' Police Academy to local residents. Designed to increase the understanding of the Police Department's operations, the Academy is conducted, twice annually, over a six-week period.

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If You See Something, Say Something

Orange County is a great place to live and work. Let’s keep it safe by being aware of our surroundings, using common sense and reporting questionable objects or activity to the proper local law enforcement authorities. This means If You See Something, Say Something™.

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Now You Can Text Crime Tips Anonymously!

In response to the public’s desire for a secure and anonymous way to submit crime tips to authorities, the La Habra Police Department now has “Tip411” , an anonymous tip service for just that purpose. Continue reading more

Citizens Online Police Reporting System

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