HARBOR JUSTICE CENTER
The Newport Beach Police Department trusts the Harbor Justice Center to handle all of its prosecutions for criminals in their custody. The Harbor Justice Center is located in Orange County at 4601 Jamboree Road Newport Beach, CA 92660. This facility also handles traffic, minor offenses, criminal offenses, limited civil cases, and small claims cases.
The men and women at this establishment work together to make sure that all of the cases that come to this courthouse is being handled properly and as quickly as possible. They understand that people think that the courthouses take forever for one simple request, but they are working tirelessly to do the best they can to make everything move as quickly as possible. Some of the departments that could be found in this facility include Appeals department, Civil department, Collections department, Criminal, Department, Family Court Services, Family department, Jury Services, Juvenile department, Small Claims department, and the Traffic and Infractions department.
Each department has its own set of responsibilities for certain cases that are at this courthouse. If you have anything to do legally in the city of Newport Beach, then you will have to handle the case at this courthouse. Even if you get a traffic ticket in the city of Newport Beach, you will still have to come to this courthouse because there is no main courthouse in the city of Newport Beach. As you enter the courthouse, you will notice that they will make you walk through a metal detector and have you place all of your belongings in an x-ray machine.
This is to ensure your safety and the safety of everyone inside of the courthouse at all times. Nobody is permitted to walk through the front doors with any type of weapon no matter how harmless it seems such as a box cutter. The courthouse has its very own police department inside the courthouse for emergencies and for the general security of the courthouse. However, do not mistake them for regular security guards because they trained just as much as every officer out in the field and are prepared for any situation that may occur while the courthouse is open.
They will also supervise all of the inmates that travel here for their court appearance from the Orange County Jail. The courthouse also relies on the community for its decision-making such as when people are called for jury duty. This is a chance for all members of the community to do their part in the justice system by helping decide on a case and whether the person is guilty or not. The members of the courthouse urge people to visit this courthouse and become more familiar with it and how it works so that you could understand the justice system a little better.