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Police Services

Mission Viejo Police Services will host a Home & Personal Safety Seminar on Tuesday, February 7 at the Mission Viejo Swim and Racquet Club at 26221 Tierra Circle. 

Crime Prevention Specialist Timory McElwain will lead the discussion, which begins at 6 pm, on crime trends, home and personal safety and situational awareness. 

The seminar is designed to heighten public safety awareness and provide residents the tools necessary to better protect themselves and their property. 

In an effort to assist and educate the community, Mission Viejo Police Services is hosting a Mental Health Awareness Seminar on Thursday, February 9. 

The free seminar begins at 10 am at the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center.  

Local experts – Drs. Jorge and Miriam Galindo and Jasmine Victor – will discuss dementia, Alzheimer’s, mental health, the homeless crisis, memory care and education.  

Residents are encouraged to attend to obtain information and resources and join the discussion.   

Enjoy your morning coffee while chatting with members of Mission Viejo Police Services during the Coffee with a Cop event from 8-10:30 at High Ground Coffee House. 

Coffee with a Cop brings deputies and the community members they serve together – over coffee – to discuss issues and learn more about each other. 

Chief of Police Services Captain Chris McDonald, patrol deputies and other Police Services staff will be on hand in a casual setting where residents will have a chance to ask questions or share concerns.  

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Mission Viejo Police Services is hosting a Mental Health Awareness Seminar with special guest speakers Dr. Jorge Galindo, Dr. Miriam Galindo, and MSG Jasmine Victor. The topics of discussion will include Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Mental Health, Homeless Crisis, and Memory Care Education.

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Crime Prevention Specialist Timory McElwain from Mission Viejo Police Services will lead the discussion on crime trends, home & personal safety tips, and situational awareness.

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Enjoy your morning coffee while chatting with members of Mission Viejo Police Services during the Coffee with a Cop event from 8-10:30 am Thursday, February 2 at High Ground Coffee House. 

Coffee with a Cop brings deputies and the community members they serve together – over coffee – to discuss issues and learn more about each other. 

Chief of Police Services Captain Chris McDonald, patrol deputies and other Police Services staff will be on hand in a casual setting where residents will have a chance to ask questions or share concerns.  

With the magnitude 4.2 earthquake that struck near Malibu this week and high winds sparking wildfire warnings throughout the region, the City of Mission Viejo is reminding residents to sign up for AlertOC, a mass notification system designed to keep the public informed of earthquakes, wildfires and other local emergencies. 

After a recent spike in vehicle thefts in Orange County cities, Mission Viejo Police Services is reminding residents to keep their personal belongings safe.

Follow these simple safety tips to protect yourself from becoming a victim:

  • Remove all valuables and visible items when you leave your vehicle
  • Roll up all the windows
  • Lock your vehicle and set the alarm
  • When out, park in open, well-lit, populated areas
  • Park in a secure garage if possible

To report suspicious activity or a theft, contact 949-770-6011.

With the holiday season underway, Mission Viejo Police Services is reminding residents to beware of crimes of opportunities related to online shopping and deliveries. 

To help keep the Grinch at bay and your packages safe, be sure to: 

Learn safety skills and test your knowledge on ten different courses at the Bike/E-bike Rodeo on Saturday, November 5 from 9 am to noon in the lower parking lot at St. Kilian Church, 26872 Estanciero.

Featuring instruction by Mission Viejo Police Services, participants will learn bike/e-bike rules of the road and lessons on how to properly adjust bikes and helmets.

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