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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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CCPD Volunteer David Bryan Receives RSVP Volunteer of the Month

CCPD Volunteer David Bryan receives the Volunteer of the Month award from the Retired Seniors Volunteer Program of Eastern Riverside County.

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CCPD Welcomes Matthew Buehler, Our Newest Recruit Officer

(L-R) Sgt Larry Sanfillippo, Chief George Crum, Recruit Matthew Buehler, and Sgt Jon Enos attend Recruit Buehler’s swearing-in ceremony as friends and family stand by in support.

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Blood Drive to Honor Orlando Victims

Gulf-California Broadcast Co. joins LifeStream on Wednesday to urge Valley residents give blood to honor Orlando victims, provide for local patients THOUSAND PALMS, CALIF. – Gulf-California Broadcast Co., which includes CBS Local 2, KESQ Newschannel 3 and KUNA Noticias 15, partners Wednesday, June 15 with LifeStream blood bank to urge…

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2016 – 2020 Strategic Plan

This Strategic Plan is a dynamic document that is in a state of constant review and updating. As one goal is achieved, a new challenge will become apparent and that challenge will become the next objective.

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Neighborhood Watch Ocotillo Park

The Cathedral City Police Department is inviting you to attend a NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH meeting!
The park and the neighborhood belong to your community – it’s your park! We want to keep the area safe – but need your help!

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