|Covina PD Mourns Loss of Officer Jordan Corder|
The Covina Police Department is mourning the loss of Covina Police Officer Jordan Corder, a seven year law enforcement veteran who was killed in an on-duty traffic collision on Tuesday September 30, 2014. Officer Corder was assigned to the Traffic Division as a Motorcycle Officer, a position he coveted, and earned by developing his expertise in traffic enforcement, collision and DUI investigations. Officer Corder was recognized earlier this year by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD), earning the "Century Award", for making more than 100 DUI arrests during calendar year 2013.
Officer Corder grew up in the City he proudly served, having graduated from Charter Oak High School in Covina. He had tremendous respect for his parents, and followed in his father Mark's footsteps, a retired Covina Police Department Captain. Aside from being an outstanding police officer, Officer Corder was an outstanding human being and a great friend to many.
The Covina Police Department wants to thank the Covina community, as well as surrounding law enforcement agencies and the Los Angeles County Fire Department, all of whom have provided non-stop support during this difficult time.
Service Area Policing
The members of the Covina Police Department strive to provide excellent customer service to the citizens we serve. To facilitate this level of service we have divided the City into three service areas, with one lieutenant assigned to each area.
Service Area Policing allows you to contact the lieutenant who is responsible for your specific area of concern for any non-emergency issues.
Do not hesitate to contact your Service Area Lieutenant for non-emergency problems that do not need immediate response from the police. Together, we can make Covina a better place to live, work and visit. For more information or to contact your service are lieutenant, click Service Area Policing.
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