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911 is the phone number to dial whenever police, fire or ambulance services are needed for an emergency.
When you dial 911, your address and phone number (minus extension number) will show up on a monitor in the police dispatch center. The police dispatcher will also transfer your call to the fire department or paramedics, if required.
For Crimes in Progress or If Your Life is in Danger, immediately call 911.
For suspicious circumstances or crimes that occurred when you were not present and the suspects are already gone, please call 714-573-3225.
If you wish to file a Police Report, you can call the Tustin Police Department at 714-573-3225 or file the report in person at the Police Department front desk. The front desk hours of operation are from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m, Monday through Saturday. The front desk is closed on Sundays and city holidays. The Tustin Police Department is located at:300 Centennial WayTustin, CA 92780
Loud music complaints, parking complaints, barking dog complaints, etc, should not be called in on 911.
When you are issued a traffic citation, the issuing officer will have checked a court location and address on the bottom of the citation. This will give you the location where you need to appear to either pay the citation or request a court hearing to dispute the citation.
Generally, traffic citations written by Tustin police officers will be sent to the Central Orange County Superior Court, located at:700 Civic Center Drive WSanta Ana, CA 92701
However, in some instances, citations may be sent to another court, based on the type of citation and offense.
For more information about locations of court facilities, visit the Orange County Superior Courts website.
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