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Yes. A School Resource Officer handles the day-to-day issues with Aliso Niguel High School and students. The deputy may be contacted at 949-831-5590.
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For life-threatening emergencies or a crime in progress, call 911 immediately. For non-emergencies or to request a deputy to take a report for a crime, call Orange County Sheriff’s Dispatch at 949-770-6011.
From the time the Deputy writes the report to the time it is assigned to an Investigator takes approximately 5 to 7 working days. You may obtain a copy of the report through Orange County Sheriff’s Support Services Records Division at 714-834-6454 approximately 10 to 14 working days after the report is made. There is a copying charge for this service.
Please contact the Investigation Division, located in Aliso Viejo, at 949-425-1900.
The officer who took the information will provide you with a Case Number and will write the report that is submitted to the Traffic Investigation Office in Aliso Viejo, at the phone number 949-425-1860. After approval by a Traffic Investigator, the report will become available through the Orange County Sheriff’s Support Services Records Division by calling 714-834-6454 approximately 10 to 14 working days after the report is made. There is a copying charge for this service.
Please refer to the back of the citation. An explanation of the process to contest the citation is printed on the reverse side of the citation.
Please access the Orange County Sheriff Department’s website. At the drop-down window titled “Online Services,” select On-Line Reporting and proceed from there to file the report.
You will need to obtain the vehicle license plate number or Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). Call the Orange County Sheriff’s Dispatch desk at 949-770-6011 to confirm that the vehicle was towed, why it was towed, who was responsible, and the name and phone number of the tow company. Then contact the tow company to find out what will be required to get the car back.
If the vehicle has been impounded from within Aliso Viejo and there is a “hold” on the vehicle, please call Aliso Viejo Police Services at 949-425-2564 during normal business hours (Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.).
If speeding vehicles on your street are a long-time recurring issue, please call Aliso Viejo Police Services at 949-425-2564 to discuss options such as the deployment of our radar trailer equipped with speed display. If you observe a speeding vehicle, immediately call Orange County Sheriff’s Dispatch at 949-770-6011 to give a description of the vehicle and, if possible, the license plate number.
The City of Aliso Viejo Municipal Code Section 9.02.030 defines an oversized vehicle as any vehicle with a length in excess of 24 feet, or with a width in excess of 84 inches, or any vehicle with a weight in excess of 10,000 pounds. The following restrictions apply under City of Aliso Viejo Municipal Code Section 9.04.090:
Note: Please contact your homeowner association (HOA) for information about recreational or oversized vehicle parking on a private street.
The storage or long-term parking of recreational vehicles (RV) or motor homes is not allowed upon any public street or highway within the city limits of Aliso Viejo. Please check your local phone directory for a list of available RV storage sites.
Fingerprinting via LiveScan is by appointment only at the Aliso Viejo Sheriff’s station located at:11 JourneyAliso Viejo, CA 92656
Please call 949-425-1801 for more information.
Please contact the Orange County Sheriff’s Support Services Records Division at 714-834-6454. There is a copying charge for this service.
Aliso Viejo Police Services provides a variety of programs for the Aliso Viejo community. These programs are as follows:
Experienced police personnel are also available to do presentations on crime-related topics at special events. Please call the Crime Prevention office at 949-425-2564 for more information.
Crime information by neighborhood may be accessed at the Orange County Sheriff Department’s website, by selecting Online Services or E-Services and “Crime Stats by Area.”
Please call the Graffiti Hotline at 949-425-2530 to report graffiti.