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Volunteer Information

Pomona Sex Purchasers Report

Pomona Sex Purchasers Report


The Pomona Police Department now provides information online concerning arrests involving prostitution related offenses.

By using this website, you will be able to view public records on individuals who have been arrested for prostitution related offenses*. The names, identities, and citations appear here as they were provided to police officers in the field at the time of arrests.

These individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
As part of the Department’s ongoing efforts to deter prostitution, photographs of individuals arrested will be posted for 15 days.

Victims of human trafficking and victims involuntarily participating in this industry will NOT be included on this disclosure site.

* California Government Code §6254(f)(1)

Pomona Sex Purchasers Report

Online Citizen Reporting

tn coplnkWelcome to the Pomona Police Department Citizens Online Police Reporting System. If this is an Emergency please call 911. Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free. Please confirm the following to find out if online citizen police report filing is right for you:  

  • This is not an Emergency?
  • This incident occurred within the Pomona Police Department City limits?
  • There are No Known suspects?
  • This did not occur on a State Freeway?

If you answered yes to all of the above questions, you are ready to file your report online. Please make sure to turn off your pop-up blocking software before filing the report. If you answered no to any of the questions please look at our Online Citizen Police Report Frequently Asked Questions section.

Upon completion of this report process you will:

  • See the words: "Your online police report has been submitted" showing that your police report is complete.
  • Be given a police report case number.
  • Be able to print a copy of the police report to keep for your records.

Please Note:

  • All cases filed using the Citizens Online Police Reporting System will be reviewed.
  • Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted.
  • Filing a false police report is a crime.

Using the Pomona Police Department Police Online Citizen Reporting System you can report the following incidents: Child Custody Reports, Harassing Phone Calls, Lost Property, Theft, Vandalism, Vehicle Burglary and Vehicle Tampering.


Note: If you have any evidence that may lead to the possible identification of a suspect, you need to call Pomona Police Dispatch (909) 622-1241 to have an officer respond to take your report.  You cannot file the report online.

 Make Report (English)   /   Make Report (Spanish)



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Police Department Chaplains



The Pomona Police Department Chaplains are dedicated to providing for the spiritual, moral and personal need of the Department personnel and their families.


“An encouraging word, a listening ear, a supporting presence.”


  1. Respond to the needs of Department employee during times of death injury or emotional distress.
  2. Provide spiritual support and guidance to employees upon request.
  3. Assist Department officials in making notifications to families of Officers receiving serious injury or upon death of a Department employee.
  4. Be available to Department employees and their families when requested in times of personal stress and or crises.
  5. Participate in ride-a-longs in order to become acquainted with the stressors experienced by Department Officers in the performance of their duties.
  6. Assist the Department, when requested in providing comfort and support to members of the community during times of emotional trauma (i.e. the aftermath of violent crimes, death notifications, etc.) as a means of alleviating pressure on Department employees.
  7. Maintain an influence / presence that fosters the highest ethical conduct among employees.
  8. Foster public confidence and support by attending civic events and other periods of heightened public interest.
  9. Serve as a resource for crisis intervention and other forms of counseling to the citizens of the community when requested to do so by the Department.
  10. To provide an additional dimension and optional personnel resource for the Department regarding community based policing.


If you are interested in being a Chaplain for the Pomona Police Department contact:



An on-staff trained Biblical Law Enforcement Chaplain can be an invaluable source of service in the following areas at no charge to Law Enforcement Agencies:



Upon specific invitation by Chief of Police, the Chaplain can: 

  • Participate in ceremonial functions or represent the Chief of Police at civic events, awards events, promotions, or weddings.
  • Participate in shooting review boards, oral interview boards, or other internal administrative functions.
  • Officiate or otherwise participate in funerals as requested.
  • Represent the Department at Line-of-Duty funerals statewide.
  • Provide Biblical guidance and advice in a confidential setting for Officers or their family members in order to reduce stress, deal with personal needs or problems, or to provide support in a time of family crisis (physical, emotional, or spiritual).
  • Be available to offer support and comfort when an officer is sick, injured, or killed; conduct Critical Incident Stress Debriefings at the request of administration or individual officers.


Executive Command Staff


The Executive Command Staff of the Pomona Police Department consists of five key individuals: Chief of Police, the Deputy Police Chief, two Captains and a Police Civilian Division Commander.

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Michael Ellis
Chief of Police

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 Christian Hsu
  Deputy Police Chief 


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Captain Dennis Cooper
Investigative Services

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Paul Alexander
Police Civilian Division Commander
Administrative Services

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Captain Eddie Vazquez
Operation Services


The Chief of Police, with his command staff, is responsible for setting and administering all department policies and procedures as well as overseeing the 24-hour operation of the department and all services to the community.

Operations Division

The Operations Division is the largest in the organization and is responsible for the field services provided to the City of Pomona by uniformed personnel. Specialized units within the Division including the K9 Unit, Youth Services Unit, SWAT team, Bike Patrol, and all augment Patrol Services. These units work together in an effort to reduce crime and increase service delivery with the ultimate goal of public safety in a city of an estimated 150,000 people in 23 square miles. Pomona is the seventh largest city by population in the County of Los Angeles.

Patrol Services represent the primary function of the Police Department. This program has the responsibility of protecting life and property as well as maintaining law and order, preserving peace and security in the community, and positively impacting the quality of life for Pomona's residents. Typical responsibilities of Patrol Officers include: "in progress" crimes, responding to calls for service, assisting victims, conducting investigations, identifying and arresting perpetrators of crimes or misconduct, community service, taking crime reports, and testifying in court. In addition to these responsibilities Patrol Services plays a vital role in the Department's commitment to a "Problem Oriented Policing" (POP) philosophy of operation. Each Watch Commander is not only generally responsible for daily service delivery, but has also been assigned direct responsibility for a quadrant of the City as Area Commanders.  These "POP projects" have been at the forefront of the Department's overall commitment to a new direction.

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The K-9 Unit assigned to the Operations Division is made up of patrol dogs trained in handler protection, evidence recovery, SWAT tactics, and locating hidden suspects. One of the dogs is cross-trained for narcotics detection and one dog is cross-trained for bomb detection.  We also have a bloodhound, "Jax."  The K-9 Officers are assigned to patrol shifts throughout the day and night answering calls for service and taking reports in addition to their K9 duties. The dogs are constantly trained in order to keep their skills sharp and maintain certification by an outside police dog training facility. Part of the units' duties includes presentations to schools, church groups, service clubs, and community organizations.


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