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San Bernardino County Sheriff Information
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is comprised of 3800 employees that ensure the quality of life and safety of over 2.1 million residents. The department receives around 740,000 calls for service each year with the deputies writing around 98,000 reports each year. There are several divisions within the SBCSD which include aviation, patrol, dispatch, court services, the coroner’s division, and detention division. The head of the Sheriff’s Department is Sheriff-Coroner John McMahon. The SBCSD operates several patrol stations across the county. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department also provides contract police services to several cities in the county such as Adelanto, Apple Valley, Chino Hills, Grand Terrace, Hesperia, Highland, Loma Linda, and Rancho Cucamonga.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office Address:
655 East Third Street, San Bernardino, California 92415
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office Phone:
(760) 956-5001, (909) 387-8313
The Barstow Patrol Station serves the communities of Baker, Daggett, Hinkley, Lenwood, Ludlow, Newberry Springs, Sandy Valley, Yermo, Red Mountain, and Trona.
Barstow Patrol Station Address:
225 East Mt. View, Barstow, CA 92311
Barstow Patrol Station Phone:
The Big Bear Patrol Station serves the city of Big Bear Lake which includes ski resorts in Southern California, Snow Summit and Bear Mountain.
Big Bear Patrol Station Address:
477 Summit Boulevard, Big Bear Lake, California 92315
Big Bear Patrol Station Phone:
The Central Station serves unincorporated areas of the central valley which include Arrowhead Farms, Colton, Devore, Muscoy and Glen Helen Amphitheater. In addition, the station provides contract law enforcement in the cities of Grand Terrace and Loma Linda, as well as the San Manuel Indian Reservation and Casino.
Central Station Address:
655 East Third Street, San Bernardino, California 92415-0061
Central Station Phone:
The Colorado River Station is responsible for serving the area from Nevada State line south to the Riverside County line and from the Arizona State line on the Colorado River west to Kelbaker Road. The station also provides police services by contract to the city of Needles.
Colorado River Station Address:
1111 Bailey Avenue, Needles, California 92363
Colorado River Station Phone:
The Fontana Station serves the areas of Fontana, Bloomington, Rialto and Lytle Creek as well as the unincorporated areas of Upland, Montclair, Ontario, Chino, the community of San Antonio Heights, and the Mt. Baldy wilderness.
Fontana Station Address:
17780 Arrow Boulevard, Fontana, California 92335
Fontana Station Phone:
The Morongo Basin Patrol Station serves the incorporated communities of Twenty-nine Palms and the Town of Yucca Valley, as well as the unincorporated communities of Morongo Valley, Landers, Johnson Valley, Joshua Tree, Wonder Valley, Pioneertown, Amboy, Cadiz and Flamingo Heights.
Morongo Basin Patrol Station Address:
63665 29 Palms Hwy, Joshua Tree, California 92252
Morongo Basin Patrol Station Phone:
The Twin Peaks Station covers over 135 square miles of territory, from Lake Silverwood to Lake View Point and includes the towns of Crestline, Lake Arrowhead, Running Springs, and numerous smaller communities and neighborhoods.
Twin Peaks Station Address:
26010 Highway 189, Twin Peaks, California 92391
Twin Peaks Station Phone:
The Victor Valley Station serves the communities of Adelanto, Helendale, Oro Grande, Silver Lakes, El Mirage, Spring Valley Lake, Oak Hills, Wrightwood, and the unincorporated areas of the Victor Valley area not serviced by the cities of Hesperia, Victorville and the Town of Apple Valley.
Victor Valley Station Address:
11613 Bartlett Avenue, Adelanto, California 92301
Victor Valley Station Phone:
San Bernardino County can be found in the southern region of California. Its county seat and largest city is San Bernardino. According to the 2010 census, the county’s population is 2,035,210 which makes this the fifth most populated county in the state and the 14th most populated county in the US. The total area of the county measures 20,105 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate San Bernardino: 409
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
San Bernardino County Jail Information
The Corrections and Detentions Bureau of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office operates the jail and work release programs for the county. There are four main jail facilities that house pretrial and sentenced inmates. There are 7,400 jail beds in total and the average daily population of the facilities is 5,000 inmates. An average of 85,000 people are booked annually in these facilities by the Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies in the county. The Central Detention Center houses over 200 federal inmates and over 600 inmates. The Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center has three inmate-housing facilities and can hold up to 1446 inmates. It has an average daily population of 800 male and female inmates. The High Desert Detention Center is a Type II facility that can house over 700 inmates. The West Valley Detention Center (WVDC) has a maximum bed capacity of 3,347 with around 50,000 to 60,000 bookings and releases each year. All inmates at these facilities are allowed visitation. Visits must be scheduled by calling the appointment line at 909-887-0364 anytime from Tuesday through Saturday 8am to 5:30pm.
Central Detention Center Address:
630 E. Rialto Ave. San Bernardino, CA 92415
Central Detention Center Phone:
Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center Address:
18000 W. End of Institution Rd. Devore, CA 92407
Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center Phone:
High Desert Detention Center Address:
9438 Commerce Way, Adelanto, CA 92301
High Desert Detention Center Phone:
West Valley Detention Center Address:
9500 Etiwanda Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, 91739
West Valley Detention Center Phone:
If you wish to locate an individual currently detained in one of the jail facilities in San Bernardino County, you can use the online Inmate Locator. You’ll need to provide the booking number or the inmate’s last name, first name, date of birth (or approximate age), and gender.
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