The Regional Air Support Unit serves the Fontana Police Department, Rialto Police Department, Colton Police Department, and the Redlands Police Department. The primary mission of the Regional Air Support Unit is to support the patrol officer on the street. The helicopter is a very effective tool to put law enforcement on scene quickly overhead of crimes in progress. In addition to assisting patrol officers, the aircraft also provides aerial photography, an aerial platform for disaster response, aerial surveillance, and occasionally assists other agencies within the County of San Bernardino. Every year the Air Support Unit responds to thousands of calls for service and has been first on the scene more than 90% of the time. The Air Support Unit's quick response times to these calls has resulted in the recovery of illegal drugs, stolen property, stolen cars, and the arrest of thousands of suspects over the years.

The Air Support Unit operates one 10-hour shift per day, five days per week. The Unit flies approximately 1,150 flight-hours per year. For more information please contact Captain Randy De Anda at 909-820-2647 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



“Coffee with the Chief" offers resident's an opportunity to personally meet their Police Chief and other representatives in a casual setting.

At "Coffee with the Chief" community members will learn about the police department, special projects, and other related events.

"Coffee with the Chief" will be a reoccurring event that will take place the second Tuesday of every month at various locations in the City of Rialto from 8:00 am to 9:00 am.

For additional information or if you have questions, please contact Jeanette Lopez at 909-820-2565 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Please join Chief Mark Kling for our "Coffee with the Chief"on the following dates:

January 9, 2018: Coco's Restaurant, 1683 S. Riverside Ave.

February 13, 2018: Denny's Restaurant, 1377 W. Foothill Blvd.

March 13, 2018: Corky's Kitchen & Bakery, 2019 N. Riverside Avenue, Ste. 11

April 10, 2018: Coco's Restaurant, 1683 S. Riverside Ave.

May 8, 2018: Denny's Restaurant, 1377 W. Foothill Bvld.

June 12, 2018: Corky's Kitchen & Bakery, 2019 N. Riverside Avenue, Ste. 11

July 10, 2018: Coco's Restaurant, 1683 S. Riverside Ave.

August 14, 2018: Denny's Restaurant, 1377 W. Foothill Bvld.

September 11, 2018: Corky's Kitchen & Bakery, 2019 N. Riverside Avenue, Ste. 11

October 9, 2018: Coco's Restaurant, 168

November 13, 2018: Denny's Restaurant, 1377 W. Foothill Bvld.

Deecember 11, 2018: Corky's Kitchen & Bakery, 2019 N. Riverside Avenue, Ste. 11


The Rialto Police Department Parking Enforcement Program is a vital component of the Traffic Unit. This program was established to ensure that parking violations and other related complaints and/or problems are handled in a timely fashion. This is accomplished through education and enforcement. Activities performed by the parking enforcement officers will include:

•    Patrol designated areas and enforce City Ordinances
•    Patrol designated areas and enforce the California Vehicle Code   
•    Issue citations to vehicles parked illegally; loading zone violations, no-parking zones, fire lane violations etc
•    Appear in court to testify against parking violators if necessary
•    Public relations; interpret parking regulations / procedures and explain same to the public 

Abandoned vehicles are subject to citation. Vehicles reported as abandoned will generally be marked and left tagged for the required 72 hours prior to receiving a citation. Signs of an abandoned vehicle:

•    Vandalized vehicles
•    Cobwebs extending to the roadway
•    Dirt and debris gathered under the vehicle
•    Or other signs that the vehicle might be inoperable

When calling in to report an abandoned vehicle please have the following:

•    Exact location of vehicle (address or nearest cross streets)
•    Vehicle description (make, model, color)
•    License plate number (if available)

To report a parking problem or illegally parked vehicle, please call 909-820-2550.

What is CrimeMapping.com?

CrimeMapping.com has been developed to help law enforcement agencies throughout North America provide the public with valuable information about recent crime activity by neighborhood. The goal is to assist police departments in reducing crime through a better informed citizenry. Creating more self reliance among community members is a great benefit to community oriented policing efforts everywhere. Any member of the public can also sign up to Receive Crime Alerts. This additional service is free and provides customized reports via e-mail to any subscriber.

The Rialto Police Department is committed to not only proving the community with the most dedicated and professional law enforcement agency, but also providing timely information that strengthens community policing efforts which in turn reduces crime. The information available through Crimemapping.com is as current as possible; updated every 24 hours. The date range for crimes displayed represents the last ninety (90) days of activity.

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A gang injunction is a restraining order against a group. It is a civil suit that seeks a court order declaring the gang’s public behavior a nuisance and asking for special rules directed toward it’s activity. Injunctions can address the neighborhood’s gang problem before it reaches the level of felony crime activity.


Gang injunctions have a clearly demonstrable positive affect on the neighborhood area covered. Some have had a remarkable effect. In smaller areas, gang nuisance activity can be permanently removed. In larger areas, with gangs entrenched for years, the gang’s hold on the area can be reduced and maintained with a small team of law enforcement officers.




SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – On Friday, July 29, 2011, San Bernardino County District Attorney Michael A. Ramos, along with Rialto Police Captain Tony Farrar, announced the filing of a lawsuit seeking a gang injunction in the City of Rialto against the criminal street gang “Hustla Squad Clicc.” Dubbed “Operation Hush-A-Squad,” the first phase of the operation consisted of the preliminary service of the gang injunction. A total of 25 preliminary gang injunctions were served.


The second phase of the operation was a zero tolerance proactive patrol of the high crime and gang area in the City of Rialto that included over 130 law enforcement officers from various law enforcemetn agencies through San Bernardino County. In additiona, several parole and probation checks were conducted. 


The operation totals were: 89 arrests for various misdemeanor and felony crimes; 3 firearms seized; and a substantial amount of marijuana, methamphetamine, and cocaine were recovered.