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Bike Patrol PDF Print E-mail

The Rialto Police Department's Bike Patrol Team is a highly effective and pro-active policing tool. The team participates in numerous anti-crime efforts and provided security for several community and downtown events. The team currently consists of five specially trained officers. Each officer had to attend an arduous week long training course where they learned how to traverse stairs, maneuver through obstacles, chase fleeing criminals and use the bike to gain a tactical advantage on criminals.

The Rialto Police Department’s Bike Team has received tremendous financial support from several businesses within the community. These businesses have generously contributed over $20,000 dollars to purchase bikes and other needed equipment. Due to their generous contributions, the Rialto Police Department’s Bike Team is equipped with the best bikes and equipment money can buy.

Watch a video of the Bike Patrol from Press Enterprise

 
Narcotics Team PDF Print E-mail

The Narcotics Team is a specially trained enforcement team responsible for the investigation and reduction of narcotics sales that negatively impact the quality of life in neighborhoods throughout the City of Rialto.

The Rialto Police Department currently has one officer assigned to the DEA Task Force and one officer assigned to the Tri-City Regionalized Narcotics Team (representing Rialto, Fontana and Colton).

Currently, the Street Crime Attack Team (SCAT) handles all ongoing narcotics investigations. For more information or to report suspected narcotics activity, please contact Sergeant Andre Shourds at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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You can text in tips by texting the keyword "RIALTO" and your tip to 847411.

 
Traffic Unit PDF Print E-mail

 

The Rialto Police Department Traffic Unit has two primary responsibilities. The unit investigates traffic collisions and all traffic related crimes, and strives to reduce highway deaths, injuries, and property damage through enforcement.

Officers in this unit use a variety of sophisticated equipment in the investigation of serious accidents. Our officers use land surveying equipment and complex computer mapping systems to generate precise factual diagrams of collision scenes. These diagrams are used to determine vehicle speeds and directions of travel. Complex algebraic, geometric, and trigonometric calculations are performed during the course of the investigations. In order to better understand and investigate collisions, skilled traffic officers are trained and educated in various field of science, including kinetics and Newtonian physics.

During 2011 the Rialto Police Department obtained grant funds from the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for several programs to included, a comprehensive DUI reduction program, DUI checkpoint operations, and seat belt enforcement operations. In addition, the Traffic Unit conducted several presentations (programs) at local schools to include "Safety City" and "Teen Driver Awareness." Traffic personnel became involved in a countywide DUI program called Avoid the 25, which is comprised of 25 San Bernardino County agencies that collectively work together targeting DUI offenders. This program is also sponsored by The Office of Traffic Safety.

 

DOWNLOAD a brochure to help establish professional traffic stops from the motorist's perspective and from law enforcement's perspective.

Click HERE for Information on the Parking Program

Click HERE for Information on Street Sweeping

Click HERE to go the Traffic Timmy page.

If you need additional information please contact Sergeant David Shepherd at 909-820-2582 or email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

For general information you can email the Traffic Unit at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Investigations Unit PDF Print E-mail
The Rialto Police Department Detective Bureau is responsible for handling complex criminal investigations beyond the initial efforts of law enforcement field personnel.  Some of the cases handled by detectives include homicides, serious assaults, sex crimes, reports of elder or child abuse, robberies, burglaries, frauds, and other thefts.

These investigative efforts include the gathering of information, interviewing involved parties, collecting evidence, recovery of stolen property, arresting offenders, and bringing criminal cases to successful prosecution and conclusion.  They are accomplished through the ongoing relationships and collaborative efforts of personnel throughout the law enforcement community, as well as other professionals in both public and private sectors, and private citizens.

If you need any additional information please contact Sergeant Paul Stella at 909-820-2632 or email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
 
Street Crime Attack Team (SCAT) PDF Print E-mail

The Street Crime Attack Team (SCAT) is a specially trained gang enforcement team. The team is currently comprised of one sergeant, one corporal and four officers; with the primary mission of reducing gang violence and impacting the quality of life in neighborhoods through the persistent application of innovative law enforcement techniques. This concept is based upon ethical practices and effective strategies that endorse the use of extensive prevention, and suppression techniques. SCAT works in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies, San Bernardino County Probation, State Parole, and the District Attorney’s Office in their endeavor to arrest and prosecute violent gang members.

If you need additional information please contact Sergeant Andre Shourds at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

You can text in tips by texting the keyword "RIALTO" and your tip to 847411.

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