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2013 CMPOA President

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  • Costa Mesa to offer up to $2,000 reward for vandalism tips

    COSTA MESA Police could begin offering rewards of up to $2,000 for tips that lead to the arrest of people suspected of vandalizing property in the city. The proposed policy, which received tentative approval Tuesday from the City Council, will expand upon a city policy that has for decades allowe ...

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    Monday, 31 March 2014
  • Police to staff Mesa, Estancia again

    School resource officers are returning after a year's absence. Costa Mesa police officers are going back to school full time next week after more than a year on hiatus. The Police Department is reviving its school resource officer, or SRO, program that had sputtered for more than a year because of ...

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    Sunday, 09 March 2014
  • Laguna Beach Police Officer Jon Coutchie - EOW 09/21/2013

    On Saturday September 21st 2013, 42 year old Laguna Beach Motor Officer Jon Coutchie was tragically killed in a collision at the intersection of South Coast Highway at Cleo Street.  Jon was born in Tucson, Arizona on October 2, 1971 and raised in Orange County where he graduated from Laguna Hi ...

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    Wednesday, 25 September 2013
  • Costa Mesa Police Officer Killed In Traffic Collision

    On March 5, 2013, at approximately 10:15 p.m., Detective Michael “Mike” Delgadillo, a Senior member of the Costa Mesa Police Department, was involved in a traffic collision on Bristol Street at Newport Boulevard. Mike was heroically treated at the scene of the collision by responding Costa Mesa pol ...

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    Friday, 08 March 2013
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COSTA MESA Police could begin offering rewards of up to $2,000 for tips that lead to the arrest of people suspected of vandalizing property in the city. The proposed policy, which received tentative approval Tuesday from the City Council, will expand upon a city policy that has for decades allowed Costa Mesa police to offer up to a $2,000 reward for helping to solve graffiti crimes. The new law ... Continue reading
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School resource officers are returning after a year's absence. Costa Mesa police officers are going back to school full time next week after more than a year on hiatus. The Police Department is reviving its school resource officer, or SRO, program that had sputtered for more than a year because of a lack of police officers available to staff it. Starting Monday, Costa Mesa and Estancia high sch... Continue reading
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"The Policeman"

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Dear Supporters of the CMPOA, We encourage you to take a moment to view one of our favorite voice narrations below, by Paul Harvey, "The Policeman" depicting the internal as well as external struggles of living life "on duty".   Please go to our Facebook page to show your support by liking our page.  Here you will be able to stay informed on all the going on within our community. CMPOA ... Continue reading
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On Saturday September 21st 2013, 42 year old Laguna Beach Motor Officer Jon Coutchie was tragically killed in a collision at the intersection of South Coast Highway at Cleo Street.  Jon was born in Tucson, Arizona on October 2, 1971 and raised in Orange County where he graduated from Laguna Hills High School in 1989.  After the September 11th terrorist attacks, Jon enlisted in the mili... Continue reading
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Memorial Service For Detective Michael Delgadillo

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A memorial service for Detective Michael Delgadillo will be held on Friday, March 15th, 2013 at 11:00 at the following: St. Thomas More Catholic Parish,51 Market Place,Irvine, CA Mike is survived by his parents, brother, and four children, ages 14 to 20. If you would like to make a donation on behalf of the Delgadillo Family, you can do so through the Costa Mesa Police Officers' Association Surv... Continue reading
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