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About the Covina Police Department

The Covina Police Department is a small, yet full-service, law enforcement agency in Los Angeles County.  According to the Covina Police Department, “The members of 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 two 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. It is a more citizen-friendly style of policing that provides for the following: Increased police accountability to citizens; More personalized service to residents and business owners; Increased citizen satisfaction and communication with the Police Department; Improved neighborhood quality of life.”

In addition to patrol and community policing functions, the Covina Police Department also has an investigative function.  According to the Covina Police Department, “The Detective Division is committed to timely and responsive follow up investigations of reported crime, as well as proactive enforcement of narcotic offenses. In conjunction with the Community Oriented Policing philosophy, the Detective Division strives to solve crime and to increase public awareness and educate the citizens of the community on how to better protect themselves from being victimized by crime. There are six work units within the Detective Division: Crimes against Persons; Juvenile and Sex Crimes; Economic Crimes; Property Crimes; Narcotics Crimes & Drug Busts; and, Gang Crimes.”

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