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Mission Viejo

Captain Jason Ivins serves as the Chief of Police Services for the city of Mission Viejo.

The Orange County Sheriff's Department has been the contract law enforcement partner for Mission Viejo since 1988. Mission Viejo Police Services has five Sergeants who provide supervision of the patrol, traffic and administrative staff. There are thirty five deputies who provide Patrol Services and four Motor Deputies who provide traffic services. Due to the large student population there are five deputies assigned as School Resource Officers (SRO). These deputies provide security, counseling, mentoring, and interventions on the various school campuses.

The city has four Investigators assigned to handle follow-up investigations on all property crimes and assaults. The city is provided with further specialized investigative units such as Homicide, Vice, Financial Crimes, Computer Crimes, Narcotics, Special Victims Detail, and the Family Protection Detail.

Nine civilian employees also work in Mission Viejo Police Services including six Community Service Officers who perform Traffic Collision Investigation and Parking Enforcement duties, two Crime Prevention Specialists who provide educational and safety information programs to the community and a Cadets who assists with data collection and data entry. We also have the Senior Corps of Retirees (SCOR) volunteers which is a dedicated group of retired volunteer senior citizens who assist with vacation checks, parking enforcement, special events, and manning the Police Services reception counter at City Hall. The Explorer program is made up of young volunteers who contribute thousands of hours to the community every year.


Sheriff's Non-Emergency Dispatch: 714-647-7000 or 949-770-6011

Mission Viejo Police Services Front Desk:  949-470-8433