Online Services

  1. Alarm Permit Renewals

    In an effort to reduce costly false alarms, the Brea City Council established an ordinance requiring business and residential alarm users to obtain an annual alarm permit. July 1 is the deadline for the annual renewal period. It is very important that you keep your permit up-to-date. Likewise, now is a good time to apply a permit if you don't already have one.

  2. Brea PD Ride-A-Long Program

    The Brea Police Department Ride Along Program allows community members to accompany a patrol officer during a portion of his or her tour of duty. Read on to find out more.

  3. Megan's Law

    In 1996, California enacted "Megan’s Law," which provides the public with photographs and descriptive information on serious sex offenders residing in California who have been convicted of committing sex crimes and are required to register their whereabouts with local law enforcement.

  4. OC Animal Care

    OC Animal Care promotes responsible pet ownership, health and safety of people and animals, and spay / neuter programs. The Animal Care Center provides temporary shelter and medical care for lost owned or stray animals and opportunities for adoption of these animals. OC Animal Care also handles barking dog complaints at (714) 796-6442. You can call Animal Control at (714) 935-6848 and after hours from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 a.m. at (714) 259-1122.

  5. Online Dog Licensing

    OC Animal Care offers quick and easy online dog licensing.

  6. Online Reporting

    Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free.

  7. Police Department Permits & Forms

    This article is updated regularly. It contains a list of links to the most frequently requested forms. We hope that you will find it a time-saving resource.

  8. Report a Suspicious Activity

    If you are aware of a crime or a suspicious activity that warrants police attention, please fill out the Silent Witness form. The more details and information provided, the better we will be able to address the situation.

  9. Restraining Order Information

    This website contains general information about restraining orders with where-to-file information, including the three different types of restraining orders.

  10. Urban Coyotes

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife maintains authority over coyotes. For more information visit wildlife.ca.gov or call the Ontario office at (909) 484-0167.