Police Department

 

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  • Programs
  • Safety Tips
  • False Alarms
  • Volunteer
  • Calendar
  • Contact Us

Special Bulletins:

  • Moreno Valley Businesses Invited to Deputize Security Cameras
    The City of Moreno Valley invites businesses to “deputize” their security cameras. The City is piloting a new program designed to maximize the effectiveness of public and private security cameras in deterring crime. Find out how...
  • Car Seat Education and Fitting Program
    Date:  
    Location:  
    Call for Appointments:
    Spanish Callers:      
    Ongoing (by appointment only)
    Moreno Valley Police Department
    CSO II Beckner (951) 486-6969
    CSO II Contreras (951) 486-6941

  • Citywide Camera System
    "The Moreno Valley Police Department has identified a citywide camera system as a way to enhance public safety without adding police officers. In other communities, the use of citywide camera systems has led to the identification and arrest of suspects in a multitude of crimes. To review to a collection of questions and answers about the system, click here. For additional information please contact the Moreno Valley Police Department at (951) 486-6700 or by email at mvpd@moval.org."

The Police Department provides law enforcement services and coordinates the overall operations of the Police Department including patrol, traffic enforcement, crime prevention, detective unit, and special enforcement.

Moreno Valley has established a first-rate law enforcement program. The City of Moreno Valley contracts police services from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.

Our Award-Winning Policing Programs

The Moreno Valley Police Traffic Team has been recognized both at the state and national level for its innovative traffic programs. The Traffic Team is always looking for new ways to keep our roadways safe for the motoring public. We focus our efforts on establishing programs that include Speed Awareness, Occupant Protection and DUI Enforcement. Some of these programs include:

  • School Zone Enforcement
  • Traffic Complaint Program
  • Pedestrian Decoy Operation (Santa in Crosswalk)
  • Radar Trailer / Speed Program
  • School Presentations on the use of Bicycle Helmets, Pedestrian Safety, Drinking and Driving, etc.
  • "Click It or Ticket" Campaign (Seat Belt Enforcement)
  • Car Seat / Child Restraint Inspections
    - free carseat inspections by appointment only (Sunday - Friday), please call (951) 486-6700 and ask for Officer Beckner or Officer Manier
  • DUI / Driver License Checkpoints
  • Saturation Patrols
  • DUI Warrant Sweeps
  • Operation Free PASS

Safety and Crime Prevention Tips

The Moreno Valley Police Department wants you to stay safe. Here are some tips to help.

Select a topic for more information:

Non-emergency dispatch phone number: 951.247.8700

False Alarms

A citizen who wants to appeal the validity of a false alarm determination by the police or fire department may appeal to the appropriate appeal officer or designee. The appeal must be in writing and must be requested within ten (10) days of the alarm user having received a notice of the false alarm.

The form can be dropped off at the Moreno Valley Department lobby window, or mailed to:

Moreno Valley Police Department
Attention: Community Services/Alarm Appeals
22850 Calle San Juan De Los Lagos
Moreno Valley, CA 92552-0805

How to Volunteer

The Moreno Valley Police department has five volunteer programs:

  • Citizen's Patrol Unit
  • Anti-Graffiti Patrol
  • Station Volunteers
  • Reserve Officer's Program
  • Police Explorer ProgramLink to Police volunteer video

To become a Police Volunteer, call 951.486.6716 or e-mail dmanier@riversidesheriff.org.

Community Calendar

Current Community calendar TBA

Police Department Office and Contact Numbers

  • Police Department Office:
    22850 Calle San Juan De Los Lagos
  • Lobby hours:
    Mon - Thurs, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
    Fri, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    (closed on Saturdays, Sundays and major holidays).
  • Phone and E-mail :
    Emergency: 911
    Emergency for Cell Phone callers: 951.684.0911
    Non-emergency dispatch: 951.247.8700
    Business number: 951.486.6700
    Graffiti  Hotline: 951.413.3171
    E-mail: MVPD@moval.org
  • Non-emergency Dispatch Number: 951. 247.8700
    The Moreno Valley Police Department has a direct line for reporting non-emergency incidents. This staffed twenty-four number helps our dispatchers more effectively assign police officers and keeps the 911 system free for emergency calls.  These incidents include, but are not limited to:
    - Fireworks
    - Large Parties
    - Loud Music
    - Barking Dogs
  • Report a crime online...
    Have a crime to report? Try our new, secure online crime reporting form.
    Go to the Online Crime Report Form...
  • To request a Collision Report
    Go to the online Collision Report Service...

  • Mobile 911 within City Limits: 951.684.0911
    Persons within city limits who wish to reach 911 from their cell phone may chose to dial 951.684.0911. This number will give the caller a direct line to Moreno Valley Police Department dispatch.

    If a caller dials 911 from a cell phone, they will receive the California Highway Patrol dispatch. Matters involving incidents on the State Highways or Freeways fall under the jurisdiction of the CHP.
    Matters within city limits fall in the jurisdiction of the Moreno Valley Police Department.


 

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Moreno Valley City Hall
14177 Frederick Street
PO Box 88005
Moreno Valley, CA 92552
Phone: 951.413.3000
Hours: Monday - Thursday; 7:30am - 5:30pm
Fridays: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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