The Tustin of Chamber announced that the Tustin Police Foundation has been nomin…

The Tustin of Chamber announced that the Tustin Police Foundation has been nominated for Business of the Year 2015!

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The deadline is May 29th with winners announced at the Chamber of Commerce Casino Royale June 26, 2015 at The Tustin Ranch Golf Club.


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It’s National Police Week and a good opportunity to HELP SUPPORT THE PEOPLE WHO…

It’s National Police Week and a good opportunity to HELP SUPPORT THE PEOPLE WHO PROTECT US.

Show the Tustin Police Officers and Support Services (light blue shirts) that you appreciate them.
Log onto http://www.tustinpolicefoundation.org/donate/.
1. Enroll in Ralph’s Community Contribution Program. 1% of each purchase you make at Ralph’s is then given to the Tustin Police Foundation through this program. The contribution goes to the General Fund to support all areas of the Foundation.
2. Make a one-time cash donation, or monthly donations, and chose how you would like the money spent. http://www.tustinpolicefoundation.org/recent-grants-and-projects/ Donations of all sizes, $5, $10, $50, doesn’t matter, it all makes a difference and it’s tax deductible.

HELP SUPPORT THE PEOPLE WHO PROTECT US during this National Police Week.


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Donate Please consider supporting the Tustin Police Foundation to assist us in providing services to the community and Tustin Police Department. Your gift is tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law. Tustin Police Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization (EIN 27-3838044). Donate by c…

Please respond if you do know of anything relating to this despicable incident.

Please respond if you do know of anything relating to this despicable incident.

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Tustin Police Department

THIS IS A PRESS RELEASE FROM THE ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT REGARDING AN INCIDENT THAT HAPPENED NEAR OUR BORDER. Attempt Child Abduction NORTH TUSTIN, Calif. – (May 6, 2015) – On Tuesday, May 05, 2015, Orange County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of an attempt child abduction of an 11 year-old female in the area of Salt Air Drive and Simon Ranch Road, near Utt Middle School. On Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at approximately 4:30 p.m., the 11 year-old female victim was alone walking her dog near Salt Air Drive and Simon Ranch Road. A white van with a male, Hispanic driver pulled alongside the female victim and attempted to lure her into the vehicle. The driver initially asked the victim if she needed help with her dog; after she refused, the suspect demanded she get into the vehicle by stating, “Hey, get in the car.” The female victim refused and ran home from the area. The vehicle was last seen southbound on Browning Avenue from Salt Air Drive towards Irvine Boulevard. The vehicle was described as a white box van, possibly an early 2000 Chevy Astro van with the logo “Quick Clean” and a recyclable water symbol with a blue rain drop on both sides of the van. The “Quick Clean” logo/lettering is peeling away from the van. No vehicle license plate information is available. The suspect driver is described as a male, Hispanic, approximately 30 years old with a shaved head, wearing a blue windbreaker with a zipper and sunglasses. Anyone with additional information regarding additional victims is asked to call the Orange County Sheriff’s Department’s (714) 647-7060 or (714) 647-7000. Anonymous tips may also be submitted to Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS (855-847-6227) or at occrimestoppers.org

Help this dog find his master!

Help this dog find his master!


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Good morning Tustin! About one hour ago this dog was found in the Tustin Meadows housing tract (Redhill Ave./Sycamore area). The dog has no collar or owner information. We are currently housing it at our station, but if we cannot locate the owner it will be transferred to the Orange County Animal Control. If you have any information on this dog, please let us know. Thank you.
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Meet the Tustin Police Department's K 9 unit Officers Kent and Barraza with thei…

Meet the Tustin Police Department's K 9 unit Officers Kent and Barraza with their partners, Bravo and Riggs. Riggs recently received a bullet and stab proof vest, and now the TPF is working towards a custom fitted vest for Bravo. Please visit http://www.tustinpolicefoundation.org/recent-grants-and-projects/ to make a donation to the K 9 Fund. After the cost of the vest is raised (approx. $1,200), the fund will pay for the uncovered expenses associated with the training and upkeep of these highly skilled dogs, and a retirement fund will be established.

Today, Andrew Hagstrom, Tustin Nissan, was presented with a sponsorship plaque f…

Today, Andrew Hagstrom, Tustin Nissan, was presented with a sponsorship plaque from Tustin Police Officer Melissa Trahan and Marcy Holdsworth of the Tustin Police Foundation. Tustin Nissan was a Gold Level sponsor for the 31st Annual Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay Race on March 27 & 28, 2015.
Thanks, Tustin Nissan, for your support of the Foundation and the Tustin Police Department Officers and Support Services.

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Tustin Police Foundation received a $5,000 grant from Wells Fargo for funding the Team Kids Challenge program in the Tustin Schools: Heideman, Nelson, Tustin Memorial and Veeh. The check was presented at the Team Kid's 8th Annual Celebration at Il Fornaio on Sunday, April 19, 2015.
Thank you, Wells Fargo, for this generous gift to the Tustin Police Foundation. The Foundation is so pleased to be able to help provide this nationally-known organization,www.teamkids.org
program to our Tustin school children.
Shown left to right is Tustin Police Foundation's Marcy Holdsworth, Tustin Police Officer John Hedges, Tustin's Mayor Chuck Puckett, Wells Fargo Vice President Corporate Communications, Lisa Woolery, and Team Kids CEO and Founder, Julie Hudash.

Tustin Police Foundation received a $5,000 grant from Wells Fargo for funding th…

Tustin Police Foundation received a $5,000 grant from Wells Fargo for funding the Team Kids Challenge program in the Tustin Schools: Heideman, Nelson, Tustin Memorial and Veeh. The check was presented at the Team Kid's 8th Annual Celebration at Il Fornaio on Sunday, April 19, 2015.
Thank you, Wells Fargo, for this generous gift to the Tustin Police Foundation. The Foundation is so pleased to be able to help provide this nationally-known organization,www.teamkids.org
program to our Tustin school children.
Shown left to right is Tustin Police Foundation's Marcy Holdsworth, Tustin Police Officer John Hedges, Tustin's Mayor Chuck Puckett, Wells Fargo Vice President Corporate Communications, Lisa Woolery, and Team Kids CEO and Founder, Julie Hudash.