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Cathedral City Police Department Press Release

Gun Buyback 2018

The Cathedral City Police Department has organized a “Gun Buyback Program” for December 2018. The Cathedral City Gun Buyback Program will reward the voluntary surrender of firearms, while engaging our community towards a common goal of reducing gun violence. It is an anonymous process in which individuals can surrender their weapons, no questions asked.

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Press Release-Fatal Traffic Collision – 1811C-5599

On Monday 11/26/18 at 7:02 P.M., Cathedral City Police officers were dispatched to the intersection of Ramon Rd. and Crossley Rd. regarding a traffic collision. Officers arrived and determined a traffic collision involving a pedestrian and a minivan had just occurred. Upon preliminary investigation, officers leaned that Palm Springs Fire Department and AMR paramedics were dispatched to a collision at the Ramon Rd. and Crossley Rd. intersection. CCPD officers determined the collision had occurred in the westbound lanes of Ramon Rd., approximately 300 feet east of the intersection, within the jurisdiction of Cathedral City. The injured pedestrian had already been transported to Desert Regional Medical Center (DRMC) for emergency medical treatment while CCPD officers remained on scene and conducted a traffic accident investigation.

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Press Release 1811C-4422_2

On November 21st, 2018 at 3:38 a.m., an officer was on patrol in the area of Avenida La Paloma and Ramon Rd.  The officer observed two vehicles in the middle of the roadway with no headlights activated and noticed people exiting and entering the vehicles.  The vehicles drove away and the officer conducting a traffic stop on both vehicles.  As the officer approached the vehicles, one of them drove away at a high rate of speed, and a short vehicle pursuit ensued.  The suspect vehicle traveled west on Ramon Rd., into the City of Palm Springs.

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Press Release 1811C-4422

 On November 21st, 2018 at 3:38 a.m., an officer was on patrol in the area of Avenida La Paloma and Ramon Rd.  The officer observed two vehicles in the middle of the roadway with no headlights activated and noticed people exiting and entering the vehicles.  The vehicles drove away and the officer conducting a traffic stop on both vehicles.  As the officer approached the vehicles, one of them drove away at a high rate of speed, and a short vehicle pursuit ensued.  The suspect vehicle traveled west on Ramon Rd., into the City of Palm Springs.

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Cathedral City Police Department Community Alerts Scams

Public Safety Related Message regarding Phone Kidnapping Scams

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: Cathedral City Police (760) 770-0300 Issuing Employee: Commander Paul Herrera – 760-770-0308 – pherrera@cathedralcity.gov Type of Incident: Virtual Kidnapping Scam / Community Safety and Awareness Date Reported: Sept 18, 2018 Location of Occurrence: Cathedral City and Coachella Valley VICTIM INFORMATION: Name:   Not for release Age:     Not for release City of […]

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Press Release 1809C-6269

On Wednesday 9/26/18 at 0715 hours, Cathedral City Police officers were dispatched to the 68000 Block of Hermosillo Rd for a traffic collision involving a single vehicle and two people on a bicycle.  Cathedral City Fire Department paramedics arrived to assist the injured parties involved in the collision and eventually transported two people to an area hospital.  The two transported were an adult mother and her 8-year old son. 

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Press Release – Child Passenger Safety Week

 Knowledge Saves Lives: Cathedral City Police Department Highlights Car Seat Safety for Parents & Caregivers – Sept. 23-29 is Child Passenger Safety Week – Children are our future, and the Cathedral City Police Department is supporting efforts by the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to help parents and caregivers make sure their children ride as safely as possible every time they get in the car.

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