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Report a Crime Online

The Rialto Police Department has launched Coplogic’s Desk Officer Online Reporting System. Citizen online police reporting allows the residents of Rialto to file police reports online. By filing a police report online, citizens will not have to wait for an officer to respond and will automatically be sent their police report as an email.

Click Here to Initiate an Online Report

CrimeMapping.com

CrimeMapping.com provides residents with a means to access recent crime activity by neighborhood. In addition, if a crime occurs in your area, you can also sign up to receive an automated email notification of what occurred. Click Here to visit CrimeMapping.com

Report Graffiti Online

Report Graffiti - Your request may remain anonymous, but please be as specific as possible about the location of the graffiti you are reporting. Please note that response time is approximately 24 - 48 hours when City Hall is open. Requests made on weekends or during holiday periods may take slightly longer.

Click Here to Report Graffiti

Audio Files
Date
Title Format
Oct - 2007 Chief Kling Radio Interview - Short Version
MP3 - 1.6MB
Oct - 2007
Chief Kling Radio Interview - Full Version
MP3 - 13.7MB
Video Files
Date Title Format
Aug - 2011 One on One with Chief Kling Streaming (Link)
Apr - 2011 Every 15 Minutes Streaming (Link)
Apr - 2011 One on One with Chief Kling Streaming (Link)
Feb - 2011 KABC - Rialto residents helping fight crime WMV - 21.7MB
Aug - 2010 KTLA - National Night Out Video WMV - 7.8MB
Apr - 2010 NBC4 - Social Media Law Enforcement (Nixle & tip411)
WMV - 9.4MB
Oct - 2009
KRTO - Every 15 Minutes
WMV - 105.9MB
Mar - 2009 KRTO - Chief's Annual Report to City Council WMV - 126.1MB
Jul - 2008
Press Enterprise - Gang Injunction Announcement
WMV - 3.3MB
Apr - 2008
Press Enterprise - Bike Patrol
WMV - 13.7MB
Apr - 2007
KRTO - News Footage
WMV - 5.5MB
Sep - 2006 KTLA - FOX 11 Good Day LA - Gang Raid Footage
WMV - 10.9MB
Sep - 2006 KTLA - FOX 11 Evening News - Gang Raid Footage
WMV - 7.1MB
P.D. Documents
Date Title Format
Mar - 2008
2008 Annual Report
PDF - 4.7MB

The Southern California Law Enforcement Torch Run involves more than 3500 officers who proudly carry the Special Olympics Torch over 1,500 miles and through more than 200 communities. The mission of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics is to raise funds for and awareness of the Special Olympics movement worldwide.

Law enforcement officers from every state and more than 30 countries carry the Flame of Hope in honor of the Special Olympics athletes in their area and around the world. The Rialto Police Department participates by carrying the torch through a section of Western San Bernardino.

The Torch Run is the largest grassroots fundraising event for Special Olympics.

 

 

National Night Out is a nation wide program co-sponsored by Target in where neighborhood watch groups come together one night a year with Target representatives, police, fire, school and city officials, to celebrate the concerted effort in fighting crime throughout the year. This years event was held on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 from 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

National Night Out is a wonderful opportunity for our community to promote police-community partnerships, crime prevention, and neighborhood camaraderie. It represents the kind of spirit, energy, and determination that is helping make our neighborhoods safer places throughout the year. It is a night to celebrate safety and crime prevention success and to expand and strengthen our commitment throughout the year.

The Rialto Police Department and its personnel are proud to host such a great event and we would like to say a special “Thank You” to all of our citizens for their willingness to work with us to make this a better and safer Rialto.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Corporal Greg Marquez at 909-421-4995 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 


 

 


This was the biggest year for the "Hearts to Share" Christmas program in its 15 year history. More than 700 children were given gifts for the Christmas holiday. We delivered to 14 families with a caravan of police and fire vehicles. More than 50 families also picked up gifts from the Department. More than 1000 toys were also donated to a local church at the conclusion of the event.

If you need additional information about this program or perhaps would like to donate, please email Noretta Barker at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



 

 

The “Red Ribbon Week” is now the oldest and largest drug prevention and awareness program in the nation reaching millions of young people during the week of October 23 through 31st. It is an ideal way for Schools, Citizens, Police and other City Officials to unite and take a visible stand against drugs.

The Red Ribbon Campaign was started when drug traffickers in Mexico City murdered DEA agent Kiki Camarena in 1985. This began the continuing tradition of displaying Red Ribbons as a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs. The mission of the Red Ribbon Week is to present a unified and visible commitment towards the creation of a DRUG-FREE AMERICA.

Each year the Rialto Police Department in collaboration with the Rialto Unified School District commemorate this cause by joining in a special celebration in front of the Rialto Police Department. We celebrated this last year with approximately 500 students from the Rialto Schools who were treated to demonstrations from the police departments SWAT team, K-9 dogs, Motorcycles, and Bike Patrol Teams. In addition, Radio Disney provided music and all in attendance were also treated to performances by local high school bands and cheerleaders.

News

We are pleased to announce that we now offer online anonymous tipping. Please use the Nixle app on our home page. - - - - - - - - - - To receive up-to-the-minute neighborhood information on your cell phone or by email, register at www.Nixle.com. For more information click on the Nixle link. - - - - - - - - - - Check out "Coffee with the Chief" - come and get to know your Police Chief Randy De Anda. - - - - - - - - - - The Rialto Police Department is proud to announce the CitySourced app that will allow citizens to report incidents via their smart phone. - - - - - - - - - -

Anonymous Online Tipping App

Click on the icon below to be taken directly to the Nixle anonymous tipping page.

You may also call the toll-free hotline listed on the link.

Submit an Anonymous Tip

 

Remember, report all urgent or emergency matters by calling 9-1-1!

Nixle App

Click on the icon below to be taken directly to the Nixle a page.

Receive community information instantly! Sign up at Nixle.com today! It's quick, easy and secure.

 

The Rialto Police Department is proud to announce the incorporation of NIXLE to enhance communications with our community.

NIXLE is a free service that allows community members to receive trusted, up-to-the-minute, neighborhood information for where you live, work, visit – or for where your family and friends are located throughout the country.

  • You choose the information you want, for the locations you want, from urgent public safety alerts to less time sensitive advisories and community information.
  • You choose how you want to receive the information, whether it’s over your cell phone by text message, by email or over the web (or all of the above).
  • You stay connected to what is happening in the community at locations that are relevant to you.
  • Registration is FREE, SIMPLE, and SECURE!