The City of Mission Viejo contracts with the Orange County Sheriff's Department for Police Services. The Sheriff's Department is responsible for the protection of citizens, enforcement of laws, and crime prevention. Law enforcement services include patrol, general and special crime investigation, a Special Enforcement Team (S.E.T.), a canine unit, five School Resource Officers (SROs), traffic enforcement, commercial vehicle enforcement, collision investigation, parking enforcement, and a crime prevention unit.
The City of Mission Viejo enjoys the reputation of being not only one of the safest cities in Orange County, but also the entire nation. Since 2006, Mission Viejo has been ranked by the FBI annually as the safest city in California, and listed in the top ten safest communities in the nation for populations under 100, 000.
(949) 770-6011 24-hour Non-emergency dispatch (for deputy response, to report a crime or suspicious activity)
200 Civic Center
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM
(949) 470-8433 (general information)
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