This page will have Irvine Police: DUI Arrests and Statistics as they are released by the City of Irvine. We intent to update this page as statistics are released every quarter or every year from Irvine.
The Irvine Police Department
Irvine Police Department History
When the City of Irvine was first incorporated on December 28, 1971, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department provided the City’s police services during the first year. In September 1972, Irvine contracted with the City of Costa Mesa to provide the City’s policing services for the next three years.
Not until July 1, 1975, the Irvine Police Department was formed. The new Department responded to 64,019 calls for service in its first year while serving the 39,651 residents of Irvine community. The first Irvine Police Department station was housed in a portable trailer right next to the newly formed University of California Irvine.
The 24 vehicles of the Irvine Police Department are distinguishable by their distinctive green and blue racing stripes over the top of the white cars. The cars were meant to provide easy visibility to the public while preserving the City’s official colors.
Crime Arrests and Statistics in Irvine
People in the City of Irvine have a lower rate of crime than average, but it’s not zero. For violent crimes, you have only a one in 1,548 chance of being a victim. For all of California, that statistic is 1 in 235. A DUI is not considered a violent crime.
For property crimes, Irvine does a little more poorly, but still is relatively low. You only have a 1 in 59 chance of being the victim of a property crime, compared to California’s overall rate of 1 in 38. A DUI is not considered a property crime.
A DUI is considered a non violent misdemeanor or felony crime.
Irvine Police: DUI Arrests and Statistics
The Irvine Police: DUI Arrests and Statistics for 2017 have not yet been released, but when available, they will be listed here on our website.
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