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News ImageJanuary 31, 2015  SUPERBOWL TIP SHEET: KNOW YOUR ROLE ON SUPER BOWL SUNDAYPlanning on attending a Superbowl Party? See here for tip on how to stay safe on Superbowl Sunday. ( View PDF )
News ImageJanuary 31, 2015  NEWS RELEASE: GAME PLAN FOR SUPERBOWL SUNDAY: ARE YOU DRINKING AND DRIVING?SANTA ANA, Calif. (January 30, 2015) – On Super Bowl Sunday, February 1, 2015, there will be lots of game day socializing that may include drinking. The California Office of Traffic Safety, Sheriff, Police and the CHP are urging football fans to choose sides now: drinking OR driving. If you plan on drinking on Super Bowl Sunday, designate a sober driver to get you home safely. ( View PDF )
News ImageJanuary 29, 2015  The OC Marine Operations Bureau Trains with the U.S. Coast GuardThe Orange County Sheriff’s Marine Operations Bureau (part of the department’s Homeland Security Division) regularly cross-trains with the United States Coast Guard on rescue drills. This is extremely vital since the department and the Coast Guard are the only open ocean enforcement/rescue entities along the Orange County coastline.
News ImageJanuary 29, 2015  Suspects Arrested for Robbery at Verizon Wireless Retail StoreYORBA LINDA, Calif. – (January 28, 2015) – On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, Orange County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Tyler Mason, 18, Riverside; Quinten Carr, 22, Riverside and Jshaun Jackson, 22, Moreno Valley; in connection with an armed robbery at the Verizon Retail Store located in the 20600 block of Yorba Linda Boulevard. ( View PDF )
News ImageJanuary 21, 2015  OCSD Crime Prevention Specialists Focus on Identity TheftThe Orange County Sheriff’s Department Crime Prevention Specialists
have dedicated January to Identity Theft Prevention and Awareness. Crime Prevention Specialists work in each of our contract cities to provide educational services and programs, such as Neighborhood Watch & Business Watch, to help strengthen community and law enforcement partnerships which keep our communities safe.

See the attached newsletter for safety tips on how to guard against this ever-growing crime. ( View PDF )

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