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Chino, CA Information
Chino is a city in San Bernardino County, California, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 77,983 people and a total area of 29.7 square miles (77 km2). Chino is bounded by Chino Hills to the west, Ontario to the northeast, unincorporated Riverside County to the south, unincorporated San Bernardino County to the north, and unincorporated San Bernardino County to the south-east.
The City Council act as the legislative body of the city and is made up of a Mayor and four Council Members. Council members are elected by geographically defined districts, each serving four-year terms while the Mayor is elected by the city residents. Elections are held in November of even-numbered years. The city council is also responsible for appointing the City Attorney and the City Manager. City Council Meetings are held every month on the first and third Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. Council members include Mayor Eunice M. Ulloa, Mayor Pro Tem Tom Haughey, Council Member Glenn Duncan, Council Member Earl C. Elrod and Council Member Gary George.
The overall crime rate in Chino, CA is 10% lower than California’s average and 4% lower than the national average. When looking at violent crimes, the city’s crime rate is 40% lower compared to other cities in California and 31% lower than the national average. Similarly, when comparing crimes involving property, the crime rate in the city is 5% lower compared to other cities in California and the national average. In Chino one has a 1 in 37 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 41% of the cities in the United States. Compared to the previous year, the crime rate in Chino has increased by 11%.
The Chino Police Department is responsible for protecting the lives and property and enhance the quality of life for Chino residents. The Department is organised into operational and support services divisions all answerable to the Chief of Police Karen Comstock. The police department is made up of 150 employees, both sworn and civilian, and over 75 dedicated volunteers. For more information on the police department visit
There are three main ways of posting bail in California; these include Bail bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276, Cash bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1269 and Property bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276.5.
Chino Police Station Address: 5450 Walnut Ave, Chino, California 91710