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710 North D Street
San Bernardino, CA. 92401

Office Hours Phone
Ph: 909-384-5742

Non-Emergency
24-Hour
Ph: 909-383-5311

Hours
Monday - Friday
7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Closed on holidays.
One of the premier agencies in the Inland Empire, the San Bernardino Police Department is recognized at the state and national levels for award winning community oriented policing programs.  The Department continually strives in its commitment to the prevention of crime, the identification and apprehension of those who violate the rights of others, the preservation of peace within the community, and a safe environment for its citizens.  The primary endeavor of SBPD is to provide the most efficient and effective use of available resources, in order to afford its residents the most desirable of municipal police services.


DUI Saturation Patrol

The San Bernardino Police Department conducted a DUI Saturation Patrol from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. on Friday, May 21, 2015. During this event 46 vehicles were stopped, 10 people were given field sobriety tests, 1 of which was arrested for driving under the influence (drugs). 3 additional people were arrested for warrants and 1 for non-DUI charges. 27 citations were issued for miscellaneous traffic violations, 3 citations were issued to drivers operating vehicles with a suspended or revoked drivers license, 5 citations were issued to unlicensed drivers, and 9 vehicles were impounded.

This program is an effort to reduce the number of persons killed and injured in alcohol involved crashes. DUI saturation patrols are conducted to educate the public on the dangers of impaired driving while identifying offenders and getting them off of the street.


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Night-time Click-It-or-Ticket Enforcement Operation

The San Bernardino Police Department deployed additional officers to conduct a citywide Click-It-or-Ticket Enforcement Operation from 8:00pm to 3:00am on Monday, May 25th, 2015 with a special focus on seatbelt and child restraint seat violations.

During this detail officers made 47 traffic stops. An additional, 6 people were arrested, 2 for DUI, 3 for warrants and the other for GTA. 11 people were cited for either having a suspended/revoked license or were unlicensed drivers. 10 citations were issued for seatbelt violations and 24 were issued for other misc. traffic violations. 8 vehicles were impounded with 3 of those placed on 30-day holds.


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LAW ENFORCEMENT REMIND MOTORCYCLISTS TO “SURVIVE THE RIDE”

‘Share the Road’ Campaign Aims to Increase Motorcycle Safety Awareness for All Road Users

As motorcycle fatalities and injuries have increased in California, the law enforcement and the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) have stepped up their efforts to promote safety and education, highlighted by Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in May.

Nationwide, motorcyclists made up 14 percent of all vehicle-related fatalities in 2013, up from about 9 percent in 2004. This was despite motorcycle registrations representing only 3 percent of all vehicles in the United States in 2013, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data. The fatality rate per miles traveled for motorcyclists is 16 times that of vehicle occupants.


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