|National Night Out August 4, 2015|
On Tuesday evening, August 4, 2015, members of the Covina Police Department, partnered with Covina City council Members and City of Covina Department Directors, will participate in National Night Out by visiting 17 neighborhood block gatherings throughout the city. This year's NNO event, which has been organized by the Covina Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit, will include visits from Police Chief Kim Raney, City Manager Andrea Miller, Mayor John King, Mayor Pro-Tem Kevin Stapleton and City of Covina Council Members, Peggy Delach, Walter Allen III and Jorge Marquez. Members of the Covina Police Department Special Enforcement Team and the Traffic Unit will also be visiting the various locations throughout the city.
National Night Out, which was founded in 1981, is an annual national community building campaign that promotes police/community partnerships. The event fosters camaraderie in making our neighborhoods a safer place to live. The goal of National Night Out is to enhance the relationship between residents and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community.
ONLINE REPORTING IS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED
The Covina Police Department has transitioned to a new Computer Aided Dispatch / Record Management System. As we transition to this system, our Online Reporting system will temporarily be unavailable.
AB60 allows non-residents to obtain driver's licenses
Effective January 1, 2015, all California residents will be afforded the opportunity to test for, and receive a license under this assembly bill, without proof of legal residence in the United States. There are still criteria that need to be met in order to be considered for a driver's license. DMV has made it possible to schedule appointments online. DMV has also provided a summary of the new law, the requirements to obtain a license, and offers driver's license handbooks and sample tests in 11 different languages. All this can be found on the DMV website.
View Red Light Violation
Drivers who receive a Notice of Violation for a Red Light Camera infraction are now able to view their violation online by selecting the "View Red Light Violation" option from the Online Services menu on the left margin of this page. The Notification number and PIN number from the violation notice will be needed to access the video of the violation.
Free Vacation Home Check
For many years, Covina Police Department Volunteers have provided a free home check service for residents away from home on vacation. Now, the form used to request our assistance is available [Vacation Check ].
Pay a Parking Ticket
If you received a parking citation within the City of Covina, you can now pay on-line using your credit card, make a payment over the phone or come into the station lobby. If you'd like to make a payment for a parking citation, select Make a Payment.
Crime Mapping Now Available
If you are looking for information on what crimes are occurring in the City of Covina, Crime Mapping will help you find the answer. The Covina Police Department has recently adopted Crime Mapping software to help citizens understand what's happening in the city. For more information, click [Crime Map]
Crime Prevention Newsletter
The Covina Police Department distributes a monthly newsletter that can be accessed here on the Police Department Home Page. The newsletter features articles on a variety of topics, as well as crime statistics covering the past 12 months of activity. To view the newsletter click on the link below.