On August 27, 2014, Chief Maggard swore in three new police officers, Michael Ward, Alan Patrick and Joshua Brewer. Each officer is a recent graduate of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department Regional Training Academy.
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With the start of a new school year just around the corner, we want to take the opportunity to remind motorists and parents of the increased pedestrian and bicycle activity this time of the season brings to our neighborhoods.
|September is National 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 a natural disaster or other emergency.|
|One reported case of mosquito-borne West Nile Virus has been reported by the Orange County Vector Control District and the numbers countywide are growing. Click here to learn more about what to do to protect yourself and your family and for additional information.|
|As California continues to face extreme drought conditions, it is important we do our part to conserve water. The City of Irvine and Irvine Ranch Water District have provided several tips for saving water and decreasing your water bill. With more than 60 percent of water usage outdoors, the best way to conserve water is to use water-wise landscaping, know when and how much to water, and to use efficient irrigation equipment. These simple steps will go a long way.|
|The fall edition of Inside Irvine is available online. This issue features information about emergency preparedness, pool safety, the Irvine Global Village Festival, free community concerts and other city events. Click here to view Inside Irvine.|
|Swimming pools and spas are great places for families to spend time together having fun. Yet it's important to ensure everyone stays safe in and around pools and spas. Learn the simple steps you need to know to help keep your family and friends safe. |
Pool Safety Tips
|On Wednesday, Chief Maggard swore in Officer Ralph Villejo in a ceremony held in the Department's Emergency Operations Center. Officer Villejo took his oath of office in a room filled with friends, family and new co-workers.|
|The Irvine Police Department would like to share some 'Wire Fraud and Money Scams' prevention tips.|
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|On Friday, Chief Maggard swore in three new Irvine police officers in a ceremony held in in Department's Emergency Operations Center. The three officers, Paul Gebert, Frank LoNigro and Nate Ridlon took their oath of office in front of a crowd full of their friends, family members and new co-workers |