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Police Services

Captain Jason Ivins has been named the City of Mission Viejo’s new Chief of Police Services. He began his new post today. 

“I am looking forward to bringing my experience and diverse law enforcement background to the City of Mission Viejo to continue providing exceptional service to the community,” Captain Ivins said. 

Captain Ivins fills the position last held by Captain Chris McDonald who is now part of the Sheriff’s Department’s newly created Operations Support and Intelligence Division in Tustin.

The City of Mission Viejo and Orange County Sheriff’s Department will host the 36th Annual Walk Against Drugs from 8 am to noon on Saturday, October 19.

The event kicks off at 8 am with a rally at Mission Viejo High School (25025 Chrisanta Drive) with this year's keynote speaker (to be announced at a later date).

After the rally, participants will walk together up La Paz Road through the Oso Creek Trail and end at the Village Green at Oso Viejo Community Park (24932 Veterans Way).

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The fun and interactive Bike-X24 returns to Mission Viejo on Friday, May 10 at the North Paseo.

Hosted by Mission Viejo Police Services and the City, the fun takes place from 3:30 to 6:30 pm at 25282 Marguerite Parkway. 

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Please join Mission Viejo Police Services and California Highway Patrol for a Bicycle Safety Rodeo on May 17th from 3:30-5:30 in North Paseo at Los Osos at 25282 Marguerite Parkway. Participants will have the opportunity to ride through a non-competitive skills course consisting of stations designed to help build safe riding abilities.

All Orange County residents are welcome. E-bikes are welcome. Helmets are required. Ages 5-17.

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The Orange County Sheriff's Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration will host a National Prescription Medication Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 28 from 10 am to 2 pm in the Mission Viejo City Hall parking lot at 200 Civic Center.

You can drive through and drop off unwanted, unused, or expired prescription medications for proper disposal. It is free and anonymous.

No liquids, needles, sharps, or pressure canisters will be accepted. No need to remove medications from the original packaging and containers.

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You can dispose of your unwanted, used or expired prescription medications during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 27 at Mission Viejo City Hall.  

The event is from 10 am to 2 pm at 200 Civic Center.

Learn how to protect you and your loved ones from fraud during a special presentation on Friday, April 12.

Hosted by Mission Viejo Police Services, AARP and Mount of Olives Church, the “Protect Yourself from Fraud” presentation begins at 5 pm in the New Creation Center Building at 24772 Chrisanta Drive.

Guests to the presentation will learn about common scams and fraud – via phone, internet and in person – and how to spot and avoid these crimes.

For more information about this informative presentation, contact 949-470-8495.

 
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Learn how to protect you and your loved ones from fraud during a special presentation on Friday, April 12.

Hosted by Mission Viejo Police Services, AARP and Mount of Olives Church, the “Protect Yourself from Fraud” presentation begins at 5 pm in the New Creation Center Building at 24772 Chrisanta Drive.

Guests to the presentation will learn about common scams and fraud – via phone, internet and in person – and how to spot and avoid these crimes.

For more information about this informative presentation, contact 949-470-8495.

The City of Mission Viejo on Monday, April 15 is hosting Narcan (Naloxone) training designed for youth aged 12 and older.

The training event begins at 4:30 pm in the Council Chamber at 200 Civic Center.

Naloxone is a lifesaving medication that can reverse an overdose from opioids—including heroin, fentanyl, and prescription opioid medications—when given in time.

Part of an ongoing effort to educate and keep citizens safe, Mission Viejo Police Services is hosting a Neighborhood Watch Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, March 20.

The meeting starts at 6 pm in the Council Chamber at 200 Civic Center.

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