The Crime Info section provides citizens with access to a wealth of important crime related information.
Last November, California voters approved Proposition 9. The title of the Proposition was the "Victim's Bill of Rights Act of 2008" or "Marsy's Law." The focus of the Act was to provide victims with rights and due process. A webpage is maintained by the Office of the Attorney General of California with infomration about the law, frequently asked questions, and other resouces. Click HERE to view the Marsy's Law webpage of the Attorney General. In accordance with this Act, police officer's will provide victim's a pamphlet or card with the Victim's Bill of Rights on it. Click HERE to see the pamphlet.
The Neighborhood Watch newsletter provides citizens with information about crime prevention techniques, activity in their neighborhood, and opportunities that exist so they can be more active in neighborhood crime prevention.
Domestic Violence information is provided to assist victims or friends of victims, with viable options for identifying, dealing with, and moving on from this criminal act.
Lastly, the Fourth of July is a time for celebration, especially in Huntington Beach, where festivities include an annual run, parade, and fireworks show. A safe and professional fireworks show is an integral part of the City's annual celebration. Fireworks for personal use, however, are illegal in Huntington Beach. Information about the different types of fireworks and the laws that regulate them can be found on our Fireworks link.