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Posted on: June 1, 2020

[ARCHIVED] City of Tustin Under Curfew from 8:00 p.m. Tonight, June 1, to 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 2

City Hall

The City of Tustin has ordered a curfew beginning at 8:00 pm tonight and ending at 5:30 am tomorrow.

The curfew order is in response to multiple days and nights of civil unrest in neighboring cities as a proactive measure to ensure the safety of Tustin’s residents and businesses.

The City of Tustin fully supports the public’s right to peaceably assemble and protest. We are a strong community, supportive of each other and collectively stand against racism, bigotry, and hate.

Further, the City will not tolerate violence, vandalism, rioting, or looting.

What’s prohibited:

During the curfew order, all persons are prohibited from traveling on public streets, alleys, parks, or any public place. Traveling for purposes that include seeking emergency care, going to and from work, religious services, seeking or giving emergency care are exempt. All law enforcement, fire and medical personnel, City personnel, as well as personnel authorized by the Tustin Police Department (TPD) and credentialed members of the services are also exempt.

The City of Tustin is actively monitoring  for criminal activities in our community as we evaluate the need for any further curfew orders.

The Tustin Police Department is working closely with its law enforcement partners, is fully staffed to enforce any curfew orders, and is actively patrolling the city to ensure the safety of our community.

Additionally, the TPD remains deeply committed to the Vision, Mission and as they serve our community every day, especially during times such as these:



The Tustin Police Department is committed to a policing model of Community Governance. To that end, the Mission is to work in partnership with other city departments, the residential and business community, and other governmental and non-profit agencies to reduce crime, provide a sense of safety and security and improve the quality of life for those who visit, live, and work in the City of Tustin.


It is our vision to make the City of Tustin and its neighborhoods the most livable and safest in the State of California by incorporating the components of Community Governance into our daily strategies and activities.


For the Tustin Police Department to maintain public trust, we must constantly demonstrate that our partnership with the community will be objective and securely rooted in consistently applied ethical principles. As an organization, our principal goals are the preservation and protection of human life, and propose to fairly and impartially carry out the Mission of the Department with P.R.I.D.E. These values encompass:

Partnership - We take pride in developing relationships with the people we serve.

Respect - We respect and value the dignity and worth of all persons, recognizing that diversity enriches our community.

Innovation - We will remain an innovative and progressive organization through leadership, education and technology in partnership with the community we serve.

Dedication - We hold an individual’s right to constitutional protection sacred and place the highest value on preserving life. We are accountable and responsive to the community that we serve.

Excellence - We will strive for excellence through the effective and efficient use of resources, and promote teamwork and the empowerment of employees at all levels.

"Racism is not tolerated within the Tustin Police Department," said Tustin Police Chief Stu Greenberg. "This is a fundamental point of pride at all levels of our organization and something we actively uphold internally and as part of our Community Governance model."

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