Thursday, July 28, 2016
 
City Departments : Police Services

Lt. Sean Howell, Chief of Police

John Program

Effective June 10, 2014, the City of Stanton will publish the names of convicted “Johns” (person who solicit prostitutes) in local media outlets

Names of Johns Convicted in the City of Stanton to Date:

Ivan Cholula, 19 years:
Pablo Ramirez Solares, 43 years:
Ramon Carcamo Del Cid, 25 years:
Convicted of one misdemeanor count of agreeing to engage in prostitution and one misdemeanor count of engaging in lewd conduct. Sentenced to three years informal probation, ten days in jail with the possibility of CalTrans in lieu of jail, must submit to DNA testing, and AIDS testing and education. Convicted of one misdemeanor count of agreeing to engage in prostitution. Sentenced to three years informal probation, 45 days in jail, must submit to DNA testing, AIDS testing and education, and donate $100 to the Victim Witness Emergency Fund. Convicted of one misdemeanor count of loitering with intent to commit prostitution. Sentenced to three years informal probation, 10 days in jail with the possibility of CalTrans in lieu of jail, and must submit to AIDS testing and education.

City of Stanton Adopts Tactic to Fight Prostitution

The Stanton City Council approved the augmentation of its efforts to eliminate prostitution related criminal activity through publishing the names of convicted “Johns” (person who solicit prostitutes) in local media outlets.  The City and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department are collaborating to find solutions and resourceful ways of making it difficult for “Johns” to obtain illegal services.  


Stanton is enforcing its message to those individuals involved in human trafficking and sex purchaser activities that it is time to stop or face repercussions.
Stanton has joined a growing trend toward removing prostitutes from the streets by eliminating the customer demand.   In an effort to curb both local prostitution and global human trafficking, the City is mirroring local jurisdictions and agencies, such as the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, who have turned to the publication of names of convicted solicitors to discourage illegal activities.    

Both prostitution and the solicitation of prostitutes have been shown to be a serious threat to the health, safety and general welfare of the City, and are prohibited by State law.  For additional information call (714) 379-9222.

For additional information or to view all convicted Johns in Orange County click here.

Orange County Sheriff Department

The Orange County Sheriff Department provides law enforcement services within the jurisdictional boundaries of the City of Stanton. The department is responsible for: prevention of crime, repression of crime, apprehension of criminal offenders, recovery of property, regulation of non-criminal conduct, and education of citizenry to prevent criminal opportunity. The Sheriff's Department provides 33 staff members to the City of Stanton.

 

The major duties of the department are:

  • Answer calls for service, conduct preventive patrols, and provide directed foot and vehicular patrols.
  • Provide traffic enforcement in areas where traffic accidents are occurring more frequently.
  • Follow-up on patrol arrests and cases with workable leads and file criminal cases with the District Attorney.
  • Provide specialized services in the areas of vice, narcotics, gang, homicide, sex crimes and fraud cases.
  • Through the Volunteer in Policing (VIP) provided a service desk open to the public.


       
    Chief of Police, Lt. Sean Howell

    For more information on the Orange County Sheriff: Click Here
Neighborhood and Business Watch Programs

The City of Stanton announces the formation of the Neighborhood and Business Watch Programs. These programs are designed to provide a forum for the community and Stanton Police Services to interact and exchange information beneficial and crucial to combating crime and blight in the community.

The Neighborhood Watch program is a time proven program that is built on the principle of neighbors helping neighbors. The program works in sprawling neighborhoods to apartment complexes. It only requires one key ingredient, YOU.

The Business Watch Program is modeled on the Neighborhood Watch program. It involves business owners looking out for each other and it provides a forum for the business community to interact with the City, specifically Police Services.

For more information contact Stanton Police Services at (714) 889-7866.

Volunteer in Policing "VIP" Program

The City of Stanton and the Orange County Sheriff's Department are looking for good men and women who would like to volunteer their time to assist the Stanton Police Services.

Volunteers give law enforcement the opportunity to reduce crime and increase law enforcement services.  If you are interested in contributing to the well-being of your community, come join the VIP Program.

As a program volunteer you join a special group of volunteers working together with Sheriff Deputies and Sheriff Professional Staff to improve the City of Stanton while giving something back to the community.

VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS
· Good moral character
· No felony convictions
· Ability to get along with others
· Current US citizen
· Dependable 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR “VIP” MEMBERS INCLUDE:

· Good physical condition.  Provide letter of satisfactory health
· Valid California driver license or California ID
· Must commit to a Minimum of 4 hours per week
· Pass a background investigation

 WHAT WE WILL PROVIDE YOU

· VIP Identification Card
· Polo Shirt
· Opportunity to work with others in law enforcement
· Sense of satisfaction from serving the community
· Annual recognition event for all volunteers

Because there are a limited number of volunteer positions, selection will be based on qualifications and skills.  Applications are available at:                      
Stanton City Hall                     OR                        Stanton Website:  www.ci.stanton.ca.us
7800 Katella Ave.
Stanton, CA 90680

Please return completed Application, Medical Waiver, Volunteer Agreement, and all Required Documents:
By Mail to:
Stanton Police Services       
11100 Cedar St.
Stanton, CA 90680

In Person to:
Stanton City Hall
7800 Katella Ave.
Stanton, CA 90680 

Click here to view/print the application packet.  For additional information please call (714) 889-7860.

 

 

 

 

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