The season between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day is one of the deadliest and most dangerous times on America's roadways due to an increase in impaired driving. Most people would never imagine that their holiday celebration could result in the loss of one’s license, imprisonment, or worse – fatalities. This December, OCSD is raising public awareness of the dangers of impaired driving.
SANTA ANA, Ca. (November 26, 2018) –The joint investigation between the Orange County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) and the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) continues to determine who is responsible for the May 2018 explosion at an Aliso Viejo day spa that killed one female and injured two others.
This time of year brings out those looking for a crime of opportunity as well as those thieves that actually target your delivery. Thieves will follow or watch for the UPS, Fed Ex or other delivery trucks and then target a home after a delivery is made. Here are some tips you can follow to keep your presents safe from porch pirates
With Black Friday right around the corner, we know you'll be staying up late to hunt for deals! Before you head out, take a look at these holiday shopping safety tips from OCSD to keep you and your family safe.
Orange County Sheriff's Department investigators have seen an increase in the number of wallet thefts occurring at grocery stores.
Suspects will target shoppers who leave their purses in the child seat section of the grocery cart. Working in pairs, one suspect will distract a shopper while the other rifles through the victim's belongings, stealing their wallet.
As the busy shopping season approaches, investigators want to share some tips to protect yourself and your belongings.
November is National Child Safety and Protection Month, a nationwide effort to promote awareness for the potential hazards that children may face in everyday situations, as well as how to react to—or prevent—emergency situations.
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