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Tustin officers mix it up at Coffee with a Cop while promoting upcoming Town Hall

In recent years, the Tustin Police Department has organized Coffee with a Cop gatherings as a way to meet with residents in an informal setting, have a cup of coffee, and chat about issues of concern...

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Tustin PD’s Dave Kanoti has been elevating the mood at the agency for 30 years

Follow us on social media:       Dave Kanoti possesses an inherent ability to bring a positive vibe everywhere he goes. And it’s been this way for Kanoti’s 30...

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Former Tustin PD officer finds ideal new career helping homeless, victims of human trafficking

Follow us on social media:       In her 23-year career as a police officer, eight with the Los Angeles PD and 15 at the Tustin PD, including three years as a reserve...

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Tustin parking officer powerlifts for the win

Follow us on social media:       Tustin Parking Control Officer Estela Silva may be small, but don’t let her size fool you. Silva is a powerlifting champion, with...

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Close Calls: Traffic accident nearly turns fatal for officer

Sgt. Sean Whiteley of the Tustin Police Department shares his tale of a dangerous incident that happened while he was handling a traffic accident in Tustin in 2007. Whiteley was hit by a vehicle....

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Tustin officers escort kids to classes

The crisp early morning air wasn’t a bother to over 100 students who got a special escort to school on Oct. 10. The Tustin Police Department partnered with Tustin Ranch Elementary School for...

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Brothers, on the job and off, win accolades at Tustin Police Department

Officers Michael and Charlie Carter of the Tustin Police Department might have grown up together, but in personality and policing styles, they’re polar opposites. Their close friendship and...

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Citizens walk Tustin to support police

The line of walkers, about 200 strong and strung out over a quarter mile, made their way along some of Tustin’s main thoroughfares. Many waved U.S. flags, divided with a blue line down the...

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Tustin PD hosts Spanish Academy to expand its outreach in the community

Jorge Sanchez recalled asking his mom one day why she never left his father for being abusive. She responded that it wasn’t easy to leave. “I still love my dad because he’s my dad, but I’m...

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Tustin PD officers hone critical incident training in hospital scenario involving knife-wielding man

“We’re going hot!” With those words, the critical-incident scenario at the Tustin hospital began to unfold. A man, irate at the treatment his ailing son was receiving, cursed and yelled...

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