Field Services Division

The Orange Police Department's Mission is to perform our law enforcement duties with innovative leadership, accountable to the people we serve, in order to ensure their safety and improve the quality of life in our diverse community. 

The Field Services Division consists of Patrol, Traffic Bureau, Communications Center, Crime Analysis, Bike Unit and H.E.A.R.T (Homeless Education and Resource Team).  The Four C's; Character, Commitment, Competency and Communication are the foundation of the Department's guiding principles known as the Five Pillars of Success; Technology, Reduce Crime, Contact Repeat Offenders, Leadership and Professionalism.

The Orange Police Department utilizes the COMPSTAT philosophy to reduce crime by utilizing data to identify crime trends in order to deploy resources in the City of Orange. To learn more about this system, click here.

  1. Bike / Neighborhood Enhancement Team
  2. H.E.A.R.T.
  3. Traffic Bureau
  4. Dispatch
  5. Reserve Police Officers

The Orange Bike Team is assigned to Field Operations with its primary purpose centered around Neighborhood Enhancement.  They ride high-performance Specialized mountain bicycles and have a full-time civilian Code Enforcement Officer assigned to their team. 

Part of the Bike Team's salary is reimbursed through the Community Development Block Grant Program.  This grant provides communities with resources to address a wide range of unique community development needs.  Officers receive specialized training that allows them to go where cars are unable to travel, allowing them to deal with issues and contact people in hard to reach locations.

Contact Us

  1. Bike Team

    Phone: (714) 744-7475