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Anaheim is a city in Orange County, California. The city has a population of 336,265, making it the 10th most populous city in California and the most populous city in Orange County. The city has a total area of 50.8 square miles (132 km2). Anaheim borders Yorba Linda, Placentia, Fullerton, and Buena Park to the north and Stanton, Garden Grove to the south
Anaheim has a city council form of government that represents residents and businesses at the local government level. The Anaheim City Council is headed by a mayor, and made up of six City Council Members elected by districts. The current mayor is Tom Tait; he was elected as mayor in November 2010 and later re-elected to his second term in November 2014.
Anaheim City Council
200 S Anaheim Boulevard
Anaheim, CA 92805
The Anaheim Police Department is charged with the responsibility of maintaining law and order in the city. The department is headed by Raul Quezada who was appointed on Dec. 17, 2013 as the 33rd Police Chief. The chief is helped in his responsibilities by Deputy Chief Dan Cahill and Deputy Chief Julian Harvey.
Anaheim Police Department
425 S. Harbor Boulevard
Anaheim, CA 92805
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The crime rate in the city of Anaheim is 6% higher than most cities in the state of California and 13% higher than the national average. However, when comparing violent crimes, Anaheim city’s rate is 15% lower than California average, while remaining 2% lower than the national average. When looking at property crime, Anaheim’s rate is 10% higher than the average of California and is 15% higher than the national average. The average crime rate in the city has increased by 21% compared to the previous year, making Anaheim city safer than just 30% of the cities in the United States. In Anaheim, one has a 1 in 31 chance to be a victim of crime.
Warrant in the city can be accessed online http://www.anaheim.net/256/Records or by visiting the Records Bureau in person. The bureau is charged with the responsibility of for collecting, maintaining, and distributing all police reports and related records. Warrants can be accessed 7 days a week between 6:00 a.m. and 12:45 a.m. warrants can also be accessed by calling the records bureau through (714) 765-1990.
When arrested in Anaheim, one can post for bail through the following ways: Cash (California Penal Code – Section 1269), Bail bond (California Penal Code – Section 1276) and Property bond (California Penal Code – Section 1276.5). For example, if you look to the Los Angeles County 2010 felony bail schedule, you’ll see that your bail could range anywhere from $20,000 for the least serious offenses to $5,000,000 for the most egregious offenses.
Anaheim Police Station Address: 425 S Harbor Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92805, United States
With @AnaheimFire on a crash with power lines down on Euclid St in @City_of_Anaheim. Euclid St is closed in both directions btwn Ball Rd and Palais and w/b Palais is closed at Euclid for at least 2 hours. Use alternate routes https://t.co/xSKrRC4QQb
Condolences to the Auburn Police (AL) on the #lineofduty shooting death of Officer William Buechner Sunday evening, May 19th, while responding to a domestic disturbance. Additionally @CityofAuburnAL Officers - Webb Sistrunk & Evan Elliott were also shot & expected to survive. https://t.co/mIQ9vkB0Ad
Our APD family is very grateful to our colleagues at neighboring agencies & members of the community for their support of this event to aid Traffic Control Assistant Giovanna Martinez.
We are with you Giovanna...you keep working hard at your recovery! https://t.co/HDYsFXu8Iq
The suspect from yesterday's barricade at 2120 S State College has been ID'd as 22 year old LA resident, Myles Stewart. He was booked for Domestic Violence, Resisting Arrest, Pimping, Pandering and Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Bail is $250,000. @OCHTTF https://t.co/64f03meECB
President John F. Kennedy signed the law declaring May 15th as #PeaceOfficerMemorialDay Today we honor the service of federal, state & local officers who died in the #lineofduty.
In 2018 we saw 163 #LineOfDuty deaths in our nation & 28 K9 line of duty deaths. #ultimatesacrifice https://t.co/kXc6YgaWZB