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ABOUT WEST COVINA POLICE DEPARTMENT

A Message From the Chief

Police Officers are the most visible aspect of any police department. For this reason, we are committed to providing excellent front line law enforcement service to our residents and visitors. We will accomplish this by serving the citizens of West Covina with the highest ethical standards and professionalism, achieving the Department’s motto of “Integrity and Service since 1937.” I am proud to serve as your Chief of Police and hope you will join with us making the City of West Covina a safe place to work and play.

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PATROL

About two-thirds of all sworn officers work in this division, which focuses on patrolling city streets, answering calls for service, and identifying potential crime problems. Under the Community Service Area Policing program, four dedicated lieutenants and their crews are assigned a specific quadrant of the City and tasked with resolving public safety concerns for residents, neighborhoods, and businesses.  This division includes the Traffic Unit, the K-9 Unit, Jail Operations, Reserve Officers, Police Cadets and award-winning SHOP senior volunteers who perform non-hazardous duties to free up sworn officers.

Recent News

West Covina Police Officers preparing for the Annual Police Unity Tour Challenge Ride

Eleven West Covina Police Officers will be participating in the 2017 Police Unity Tour - Challenge Ride; taking place in the middle of May 2017. This is a 300-mile bicycle ride that is over the span of three consecutive days to bring awareness to America’s fallen heroes. The ride begins in New Jersey and concludes in Washington DC at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. At the rides conclusion the nation’s largest police vigil will take place to remember all those who have sacrificed so much. Today in the United States about 900,000 law enforcement officers put their lives on the line for the safety and protection of others, but that protection comes at a very high price.

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial honors America’s fallen law enforcement heroes who have died in the line of duty. Their mission is to tell the story of America’s law enforcement officers and make it safer for those who continue to serve. With every dollar that is raised for the Police Unity Tour we will do our part to honor our nation’s fallen law enforcement officers. Please help by supporting the fundraising efforts with a donation!!

 To donate to Team West Covina online go to Socalput.com- Select donations tab then select Donate To Team West Covina or Team Captain Doug Weischedel A receipt with Tax ID will be emailed or mailed back to donor.

 To donate to Team West Covina by check- make checks payable to the Southern California Chapter – PUT referencing Team West Covina PD on the Memo line A receipt with Tax ID will be emailed or mailed back to donor.

 To donate to an individual rider go to SoCalPUT.com and select the donations tab then select the rider’s name:

1) Daniel Armas
2) Douglas Weischedel
3) Enrique Macias
4) Matthew Sevilla
5) Stephen McLean
6) Eddie Gomez
7) Erich Hoefke
8) Justin Schienle
9) Ian Paparro
10) Christopher Quezada
11) Anthony Huacuja

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Session 2 of the WCPD Citizens Academy is underway. Mayor Corey Warshaw gave an overview of the General Plan for the city, and Lieutenants Dave Lee and Travis Tibbetts explained how Patrol and the Service Area Policing are handled.

Those interested in attending the next Citizens Academy, look for it to return in August, 2017.
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Class #3 of the West Covina Police Department's Citizen's Academy officially got underway last week with another capacity size number of attendees. The class was welcomed by WCPD Captain Richard Bell and the session included a tour of the police station and the various specialty vehicles used by the department, and a visit with the Dispatchers in the PD's Communications Center.
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Years of Service

The mission of the West Covina Police Department is to provide the highest level of service and protection to the community and to cooperatively enhance public safety as the Department progresses into the future.

Core Values

The core values of the West Covina Police Department is easily remembered using the acronym CITE.  CITE stands for the following:

Community Responsiveness
Integrity
Teamwork
Effort