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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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April 9th-15th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

Dispatching for a single agency is challenging enough, but our Cathedral City Dispatchers handle the dispatching duties for the Cathedral City Police Department, Cathedral City Fire Department, and the Desert Hot Springs Police Department. The work they do is truly amazing, so during the week of April 9th – 15th,…

The Elks Lodge Awards Distinguished Citizenship Award To CCPD Officer D. Hodge

Cathedral City Police Officer Dwayne Hodge received the Elks Distinguished Citizenship Award, for his work with the Homeless, last night at their awards dinner in Palm Springs. We are very thankful for the Elks recognition of Officer Hodge’s efforts.

Download CCPD’s New Mobile App Today

Have you downloaded the Cathedral City Police Department’s Mobile App for your smartphone, or tablet, yet? The App is designed to help you interact with the department, from filing non-emergency police reports, reporting crime tips, to completing applications for employment. Go to your App Store, search for “Cathedral City Police”…

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Don’t Drive Distracted

Distracted driving is any activity that diverts attention from driving, including talking or texting on your phone, eating and drinking, talking to people in your vehicle, fiddling with the stereo, entertainment or navigation system—anything that takes your attention away from the task of safe driving.

Cathedral City Bed Racing

The Cathedral City Police and Fire Departments took home the 1st and 2nd place trophies during the 2017 LGBT Bed Race.  This was a great opportunity to engage with the community, while also team building!

Swearing in Ceremony for Deputy Chief Travis Walker

(L-R) Deputy Chief Travis Walker and Chief George Crum. Friends, family, city staff, and CCPD personnel welcomed CCPD’s first Deputy Chief, Travis Walker, during his swearing-in ceremony in the city council chambers.

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