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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

The Rialto Police Department will be hosting a 10-week Citizen’s Academy, beginning in March 2017. The Academy will meet each Tuesday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Rialto Police Department Annex, located at 429 W. Rialto Avenue.

The Citizen’s Academy is designed to present residents with an understanding of the Police Department’s operations, which will provide a greater awareness and understanding of law enforcement’s role in our community.  Each week, an inside look at police functions will be taught by police executives and veteran officers.

The Citizen’s Academy curriculum will provide insight into our police department functions including; criminal investigations, traffic laws, radio communications, drug and gang enforcement, police ethics, police K9s, SWAT, crisis negotiation, crime analysis, and patrol functions.

Anyone interested in attending the Citizen’s Academy, please contact Lieutenant Robert Smith at (909) 820-2572 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Applications can be downloaded here or obtained at the Rialto Police Department, 128 N. Willow Avenue. 

Class size is limited to about 40 attendees, due to site capacity limitations.  You must be at least 18 years of age; no felony convictions; no misdemeanor convictions within the last 3 years; and no pending criminal cases.  Classes are FREE and filled on a first come, first served basis.   

Priority will be given to those who registered for the September 2016 course; however, we will be accepting applications on a continious basis.

If you have any questions, please contact Lieutenant Robert Smith at (909) 820-2572 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Crime Stop - Rialto: presented by police officers from the department's various units, are a series of short videos on different topics to include crime prevention tips, crime trends, wanted persons and help needed with on-going investigations. Take the time to watch these videos and become more involved in making your community a safer place to live.

The Traffic TImmy character was developed as part of the Rialto Police Department's overall child/pedestrian safety program. Students at area elementary schools are provided with information known as "Traffic Timmy's Timely Tips."

This information provides both children and their parents with important traffic and pedestrian safety information that is designed to create a much safer environment for Rialto citizens. The Traffic Timmy character is a visible symbol that will be used in several police department community events including Red Ribbon Week and National Night Out.

Stay tuned to the Rialto Police Department's website in order to get updated information on Traffic Timmy's safety tips and other traffic safety related events!

Social Host refers to adults who host parties where alcohol is served on property that they control. Through social host liability laws, adults can be held responsible for these parties if underage people are served, regardless of who furnishes the alcohol. Teen parties are a primary setting for underage drinking for both high school and college students; to include high consumption of alcohol and binge drinking.

The Social Host Ordinance expands the ability of the Police Department to address threats to the public health, safety and welfare by imposing accountability in two related areas:

The first component of the ordinance addresses accountability for gatherings where alcohol, marijuana or other controlled substances are served to, consumed by, or in possession of underage persons.

The second component of the ordinance creates accountability for loud and unruly gatherings on private property which create a public nuisance due to excessive noise, excessive traffic, public drunkenness, violence, disturbance of the peace, or other disturbances to public health, safety and welfare.

For more information please read the attached Social Host Ordinance.

RMC 9.50.030:

A. "It is unlawful for any person to engage in the following activities."

4: Operating or permitting the use of operation of personal or commercial music or sound amplification or production equipment that is;

(c): "Plainly audible at a distance of 50' in any direction from the source of music or sound between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. or;

(d) "Plainly audible at a distance of 25' in any direction from the source of music or sound between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m."

Downloads:

City Ordinance 1488

Rialto Issue Briefing 01

Social Host Information Presentation

The Safe Moves City course is an interactive exercise that allows students to learn about safety by walking and bicycling through a miniature city called “Safe Moves City”. “Safe Moves City” consists of streets, sidewalks, intersections, crosswalks, traffic signals, traffic signs, residential areas, business districts, cars, trucks, buses and a railroad track with signals, crossing gate and train. “Safe Moves City” is designed to simulate the diverse traffic environments in Rialto and to create “problem solving” experiences for each grade level.

Under the supervision of Police Traffic Officers, students will walk and/or ride a bicycle through “Safe Moves City” while trying to avoid over twenty (20) traffic hazards. The Officers will evaluate the student’s performance and discusses the results with each teacher and students.

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!