Vigilance
The men and women of the Azusa Police Department are vigilant in their pursuit of criminals and protection of the residents, business owners, and visitors of our great city.
Service
The Azusa Police Department provides a wide array of services tailored to the needs of the dynamics of the population and infrastructure which make up the community.
Communication
The members of this department believe in communication with all members of our community, to foster strong relationships.
Professionalism
The Azusa Police Department prides itself on the level of professional service provided to everyone we meet on a daily basis.
Dedication
Regardless of the time of day, the Azusa Police Department stands watch over the people who live, work, and play in our community.
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The Azusa PD Blog

Welcome to our department's blog. We post news, information and updates pertaining to our department frequently in this section of the website.

Azusa Police to Increase Efforts to End Impaired Driving

Azusa Police to Increase Efforts to End Impaired Driving
​ This Labor Day, the Azusa Police Department  Reminds Citizens to Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over  In Effort to End Impaired Driving The end of summer is traditionally marked by the Labor Day holiday, a time for our country to reflect on the hard work of our fellow Americans. The long weekend is celebrated through picnics, pool parties, a...
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    • Sgt. Xavier Torres
    • Sgt. Robert Landeros
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Azusa Police Seek Help From Community About Kidnapping

Azusa Police Seek Help From Community About Kidnapping
​ On Sunday, August 13, 2017 at approximately 2:45 am, officers from the Azusa Police Department went to the 200 block of E. First Street in regards to a kidnapping investigation. The officers met with a female victim who alleged that while she was standing on the sidewalk waiting for a ride, a vehicle approached from the west and stopped...
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    • Sgt. Bob Chivas
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Azusa PD Bids Farewell to Dedicated Sergeant

Azusa PD Bids Farewell to Dedicated Sergeant
​After serving our community for over 32 years, Sergeant Andrew Sutcliffe is hanging up his duty belt and retiring. He has served this community with pride and dedication. Although we are sad to see him go, we are happy that he can now enjoy another chapter of his life.  Andy, AKA: call sign of "SAM-1" had an active and fulfilling career at Az...
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    • Sgt. Xavier Torres
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Domestic Violence Suspect Barricades Self With Children

Domestic Violence Suspect Barricades Self With Children
​ On Monday, July 24, 2017 at about 0640 hours, officers from the Azusa Police Department went to the 900 block of N. Azusa Avenue in regards to a domestic violence investigation. The officers met with a female victim, who had told them she had been assaulted by her ex-boyfriend, Ricardo Barrios (Age 39 from Azusa). The female was able to exit the ...
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    • Sgt. Bob Chivas
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Drowning in San Gabriel Riverbed

Drowning in San Gabriel Riverbed
On July 12th, 2017, at about 5:34 PM, Azusa Police Officers were dispatched to a possible drowning in the riverbed area along the 1900 block of N San Gabriel Canyon Road. As Officers were arriving, several friends of the drowning victim had pulled the victim onto the shore and were attempting to administer CPR.  Azusa Police Officers, along wi...
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    • Cpl. Jorge Sandoval
    • Sgt. Xavier Torres
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Bullet Enters Pool Where Father and Daughter Were Swimming

Bullet Enters Pool Where Father and Daughter Were Swimming
​Sometime between 5 pm and 8 pm on July 4th, a firearm was shot causing the bullet to pierce through an above-ground pool in the rear yard of a residence in the 200 block of E. Roland Street. A father and his child had been swimming in the pool at this time. Due to the amount of noise from fireworks exploding in the area, the father did not specifi...
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    • Cpl. Rocky Wenrick
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Brush Fire Quickly Extinguished in Azusa

Brush Fire Quickly Extinguished in Azusa
On July 3, 2017, at approximately 10:37 pm, the Azusa Police Department Dispatch received a report of a brush fire adjacent to the exit bridge from the Mountain Cove Community at 2025 N. San Gabriel Canyon Road in Azusa. Upon arrival, responding officers discovered a brush fire was burning below the bridge. Firefighters from the Los ...
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    • Sgt. Rob Landeros
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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
​ This Fourth of July, as friends and family travel to picnics and barbecues across the country, the Azusa Police Department, in partnership with local, county, and state agencies, will be out stopping impaired drivers by targeting those who put lives in danger. As you prepare to drive home from the festivities, keep in mind that impairment by alco...
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    • Sgt. Robert Landeros
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Azusa Police Notify the Public Regarding False Cell Phone Alerts

On June 26, 2017 at approximately 9:30 PM, the Azusa Police Department Dispatch Center started receiving phone calls from residents regarding a cell phone alert advising them to evacuate the City of Azusa due to fires. There are currently no fires burning within the city limits of Azusa and there are no evacuation orders. The cause of these alerts ...
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Azusa Police Recognizes Breast Cancer Survivor With Commemorative Patch

Azusa Police Recognizes Breast Cancer Survivor With Commemorative Patch
​Earlier in the week, the Azusa Police Department announced the release of the department's first pink patch, in support of bringing awareness to breast cancer. A page was created on the department's website at azusapd.org/pink , which explains more about the patch and it's origin. To commemorate this project, the first pink police shoulder patch w...
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    • Officer Mike Bires
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