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Toy Canines for Sale
The Newport Beach Police Association is selling plush canines in support of NEGU (Never Ever Give Up), a charity dedicated to supporting children battling cancer.  Get yours today at NBPD!  

Support Officer Vella & His Family
PORAC Fund A Hero:  Support Officer Vella & His Family Click here to make a donation On the evening of Saturday, February 19, 2022, the Huntington Beach Police Department helicopter, HB-1, was responding to a priority call when it crashed into the waters off Newport Beach with two officers onboard. Both officers were pulled from the helicopter by civilians and emergency responders and transported to local area hospitals. The crash resulted in the injury of one officer and the death ...

Employer's Responsibility To Advise Employee of Right To Predesignate Physician For Work-Related Injuries
Members, There is a pre-designation form that exists that allows you the option of choosing a physician in the event of a work-related injury. California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 9782. Notice to Employee of Right to Choose Physician

Thank You Local Businesses
The Newport Beach Police Association is currently seeking raffle prizes to thank our employees for a year of hard work. Thank you to these wonderful local businesses who have already donated! Email [email protected] if you would like to participate!

Join Us at National Night Out 2021!
Please join NBPD in celebrating National Night Out! Come meet our K-9 Officers, SWAT team, CSI, Animal Control, Horse Mounted Unit, and more. We'll have information available on crime prevention, home security, emergency preparedness & child safety. There will be food, games, & activities for kids as well! Where: Bonita Canyon Sports park - 1990 Ford Rd. When: Tuesday, August 3rd from 4pm-7pm See you there! For more info, you can call Crime Prevention: 949-644-3699

Amazon Smile
Don't forget to use Amazon Smile when you shop online at Amazon! A portion of your purchase may be eligible to be donated to our Foundation! Click to support the NB Police Charitable Foundation

City of Newport Beach refuse to provide retirement benefits owed to officers
Newport Beach CA - The Newport Beach Police Association (NBPA) filed a lawsuit on behalf of three police officers after being denied the retirement benefits they are entitled to. Police Officers Kelley Maslin, Michelle Hampton, and Dallas Lopez were hired as police recruits by the Newport Beach Police Department in the Summer of 2012. During the application, testing, and post-hire process, they were all told by multiple police management personnel and city Human Resources staff that they would...

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