This week, April 13-19th is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week.
|A Community Forum to review housing needs of residents with developmental disabilities was held in January in Irvine. To view the ICTV Channel 30 program, click here.|
If so, the Irvine Police Department would like to announce that starting April 14, 2014 through April 25, 2014 there will be an open application acceptance window for the position of Police Officer Recruit.
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The month of April is 'Distracted Driver Awareness Month'
The Irvine Police Department would like to share with you some important informaiton about distracted driving.
View the video here.
|April is Earthquake Preparedness Month and the Irvine Police Department Office of Emergency Management would like to encourage Irvine residents to be prepared by making a family plan, stockpiling emergency supplies and knowing how to stay connected to the City. Taking these simple steps will go a long way during an earthquake or other emergency.|
April is Earthquake Preparedness Month and the Irvine Police Department Office of Emergency Management would like to encourage Irvine residents to be prepared by making a family plan, stockpiling emergency supplies and knowing how to stay connected to the City. Taking these simple steps will go a long way during an earthquake or other emergency.
|The City of Irvine has partnered with the Legal Aid Society of Orange County to provide free civil legal services to qualified Irvine residents. Services include self-help clinics, workshops, online court forms, an intake hotline, preparation of legal documents and legal representation.|
|The City of Irvine has joined the National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation April 1-30. The City with the most pledges in each population category will win. Residents from the winning cities who take the online pledge will be entered to win hundreds of environmentally friendly prizes. Click here for more information.|
| On Saturday, April 26, 2014, the Irvine Police Department will be participating in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. |
|DARE Officer Aragon, Officer Chandler and Public Safety Assistant Lovenduski, participated in the Read Across America Campaign today in honor of the late great Dr. Seuss. Officers went to four Irvine elementary schools and read books to students in their classrooms. The students were excited to have these special classroom guests and eager to ask questions about law enforcement after the stories were read.|