We just added the Corona Police Department’s Twitter feed to our menu to the right. These Tweets take you to the department’s Nixle page that lists community alerts, such as wanted persons or upcoming events. We encourage you to create a free Nixle account so you can keep up to … Continue reading
The CPOA would like to congratulate Jason Scott for being re-elected to Corona City Council and Dick Haley for being elected to his first term on the Corona City Council.
Jason Scott and Dick Haley for city council.
Corona Police Officer’s Association is proud to endorse Dick Haley for Corona City Council. www.dickhaley.org
The Corona Police Officer’s Association is proud to endorse Sharon Blodgett-Tressen for Corona City Treasurer.
Enjoy Angels Baseball at a savings from ticket window prices on select seating! At the same time you will also be making a donation of $3 towards “Fallen Peace Officers Association.” (Note that the $3 donation will appear as a $3 facility fee on the Ticketmaster page.) Click on the … Continue reading
BY BRIAN ROKOS firstname.lastname@example.org Published: 29 June 2012 12:02 PM Corona police wrote 33 citations in a six-hour crosswalk sting in the downtown area on Wednesday, June 27, a news release said. The areas worked were Fifth and Main, Sixth and Belle, and Victoria and Joy between Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth … Continue reading
CURRENTLY HE SERVES AS: Corona City Council Member Mayor Pro Tem for Council City Council Public Services Committee City Council Representative to Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) City Council Alternate to Riverside Conservancy Agency (RCA) City Council Chairperson of Ad Hoc Planning Committee for 100th Anniversary of Corona Road Race Recognition … Continue reading
Welcome to the new Corona Police Officers’ Association website! You might not even realize it is a new website, but it is. We wanted something new that we could update as often as needed without complicated software or having the same two people responsible for everything (one of the two … Continue reading
The layoffs proposed by Mayor Stan Skipworth has been avoided On July 6th, 2011, the Corona City Council voted to accept contract deferments by the Corona Police Officers’ Association and not layoff any Corona Police Officers. We want to thank everyone that supported us!