Patrol Bureau Equipment

Crown Vic_Motor

The Ford Crown Victoria and Honda Motorcycle are the two most used vehicles by the Patrol and Traffic division.

Motors

These motor officers ride Honda FT-1300's which are known for their maneuverablilty and customizable to officer's needs. This allows each officer to carry additional equipment such as radar, paperwork, and shotguns.

4 wheeled motorcycles are a very safe and maneuverable vehicle for the beach patrol.

Every officer has a leather or nylon "Sam Brown" style belt which typically holds the above pictured equipment. Descibed from left to right; firearm (typically Sig Sauer or Glock .45 or 9mm), key holder, 2 extra ammunition clips, pepper spray, collapsable Asp baton and radio. Not pictured are two handcuffs. Add a flashlight, bullet proof vest & other equipment, a police officer usually carries about 12 lbs. of equipment.


On occassion, the Huntington Beach Police department conducts Sobriety Checkpoints on major highways. These checkpoints require the use of traffic cones, flares, computers, preliminary alcohol screening devices etc. The trailer above is custom designed to hold some of this equipment.


Parking control officers utilize trucks in order to patrol the city and to carry traffic control equipment.






Did you know?

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Contact Information

City of Huntington Beach
Police Department
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Request non-emergency police service:
(714) 960-8825
General Information:
(714) 960-8811
Fax: (714) 536-5605
Email:
Dept Email Directory
Staff Directory

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