Eastvale Unveils Its First Motor Officer

Photo by Emily Aguilar Eastvale's First Motor Officer with City officials at the Eastvale City Council meeting

Photo by Emily Aguilar
Eastvale’s First Motor Officer with City officials at the Eastvale City Council meeting

Courtesy of Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
In June 2015, Eastvale City Council approved the creation of one motorcycle enforcement officer position.  In the months that followed, a BMW motorcycle was purchased and outfitted for police service, and Deputy Aaron Hallenbeck was selected as Eastvale’s first motor officer.  Hallenbeck started his patrol on Thursday, Nov. 12.

With the creation of the motor officer position, the Eastvale Traffic Team now consists of two community service officers, two deputy sheriff accident investigators, and one motor officer.  The Eastvale Police Department works closely with the city of Eastvale’s traffic engineers and Corona Norco Unified School District to ensure the roads in Eastvale are the safest possible.  This is accomplished through education, engineering, encouraging, and enforcement.

Through the review of collision data, roadway traffic volume counts, and community concerns, dates, times, and locations of enforcement are prioritized, as follows: school locations, areas where collisions occur most frequently, and areas where traffic complaints are received.

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