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General Safety Tips

CCPD is dedicated to enhancing public safety and reducing the fear and the incidence of crime. There are many things each and every community member can do to reduce his or her chances of becoming a victim.

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CCPD Administration

The office of the Chief of Police provides
administrative direction to the department through the various Divisions.

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Fallen Heroes

Since its creation, Cathedral city Police Department has lost two of its own in the line of duty. This page is dedicated as a remembrance of our fallen heroes.

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Shop With a Cop 2015

On Saturday December 12, 2015, thirty nine members of the Cathedral City Police Department, including the Chief of Police George Crum, Police Officers, Citizen on Patrol volunteers and Police Explorers, took 38 local children shopping at the Target in Cathedral City. This annual event provides disadvantaged children the chance to shop with local…


CCPD Welcomes Two New Employees

With families present, Police Chief George Crum and CCPD staff welcomed (L-R) Dispatcher Stephanie Jones, and Reserve Police Officer Corrina Jamail at their swearing in ceremony this morning. Congratulations to you both.

City Talks with Police Chief George Crum: Introducing Officer Hodge, Homeless Liaison

City Talks with Police Chief George Crum: Introducing Officer Hodge, Homeless Liaison

City Talks with Police Chief George Crum: Introducing Officer Hodge, Homeless Liaison

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CCPD Welcomes Newest Police Cadet

CCPD’s newest Police Cadet, Anthony Becerra, is sworn in by Chief George Crum. Cadet Becerra graduated from Beaumont High School and is currently a student at Cal Baptist University in Riverside, California.


CCPD Detectives Receive Award for Investigation into Kidnapping Case

On Sunday, June 21, 2015, the Cathedral City Police Department received a report of a missing 22 year old male from a residence in Cathedral City. The missing adult, who lived with his father and stepmother, texted his family saying, “I love you.” He was not answering phone calls or…


CCPD Dispatcher Maribel Almazan Dispatcher of the Year

Dispatcher of the Year Maribel Almazan and Chief George Crum at the Palm Desert Area Chamber of Commerce Awards for Coachella Valley Public Safety on November 24, 2015.

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