Clovis Police Department

  • Agency: Clovis Police Department
  • Address: 1233 5th St, Clovis, 93612 CA
  • Chief: Janet Davis (Chief of Police)
Phone: 559-324-2800

Clovis Police Department is located at 1233 5th St, Clovis, 93612 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Janet Davis. The Clovis Police Department phone number is 559-324-2800.

Clovis Police Department News

#TrafficAlert - The Two Cities Marathon & Half will be occurring in Clovis and Fresno tomorrow morning, Sunday, November 4, 2018! Several streets in Clovis will be closed, especially around Alluvial Ave. between Peach Ave. and Clovis Ave., and the Old Town Clovis area. Please see the attached map for the route. Streets will be closed beginning as early at 4AM, and will re-open (in Clovis only) before 11:30AM. Please expect delays and avoid the area, if possible. We wish all of the participants a healthy run/walk/job/crawl!

Tonight is Daylight Savings! Don't forget to #FallBack & set your clocks BACK 1 hour!

Proud to wear this badge and serve Clovis.

Hi, Clovis! Are you planning a yard sale or garage sale soon? If so, we hope it's very successful! When it's over, please remember to take down your signs. We strive to keep Clovis safe and free of blight, but we need your help! Our patrol volunteers spend quite a bit of time removing these signs all over the city. If we all remember to remove our signs, we can focus our resources on other issues within the city. We are very grateful to our patrol volunteers that give their time to patrol our city. Volunteers Isom and McGrady are out and about today removing signs. If you see them, give them a wave!

...all in a day's work! Our staff at the City of Clovis Animal Services Lost and Found located a pig today! More info is available in the post below. If you know the owner, please have them contact our Animal Services at the FB page link above, or at (559) 324-2450!

The Clovis Police Department Encourages Everyone to Celebrate Halloween Responsibly Halloween is a time when thousands of trick-or-treaters dressed up in their favorite costumes will be out and about having a good time collecting candy. For other adults, that means heading to local bars, restaurants or house parties to celebrate the holiday. With so many people hitting the streets Oct. 31, The Clovis Police Department wants to remind those participating in events where alcohol may be involved to celebrate Halloween responsibly. In partnership with the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), Clovis Police Department is encouraging everyone to not put yourself and others at risk by choosing to drink and drive. If you plan to drink, plan a sober ride home. “Halloween should be a fun night for kids and adults,” Officer Bradford said. “By planning ahead, abiding by the rules of the road and driving sober, everyone can enjoy a safe night out.” Unfortunately, Halloween night is also when there is an uptick in drunk-driving related crashes. Between 2012 and 2016, there were 168 drunk-driving deaths on Halloween night. Forty-four percent of all people killed in crashes on Halloween night were in crashes involving a drunk driver, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Younger drivers (21-34 years old) pose the greatest risk, accounting for nearly half of all deaths in drunk-driving crashes on Halloween night in 2016. “We want people to enjoy Halloween, but also act responsibly,” Bradford said. “There are no excuses for driving impaired. There are so many options to get home safely.”

It's the day before Halloween and we would like to provide some safety tips for you and your children to ensure everyone has a happy and safe time trick-or-treating! As always, we are here 24 hours a day at 911 for emergencies, and (559) 324-2800 for non-emergencies. Please save that phone number in your cell phone for any future reference!

Thank you to everyone who came out to the 4th Annual #BooFest at the Sierra Vista Mall on Friday, 10/26! There were so many amazing costumes & fun things to do for the kids & family! Thank you to all of the organizations & businesses who helped make this another successful event for our community! Have a happy & safe Halloween!

Live from Sunday at #ClovisFest18!

Live from #ClovisFest18!

Take the opportunity to go through your medicine cabinets & homes to collect any unused or expired prescriptions, vitamins, or other drugs to turn them in today on #NationalDrugTakeBackDay! You can also drop off sharps! See the locations mentioned below to drop them off free in Clovis! (This is a free service for our residents and not available for businesses)

Update- 10/28/18 @ 9:37AM- Mr. Benford was located by Fresno Police Department. We would like to thank FPD, the media, and YOU for sharing this post & helping locate him. Clovis Police are asking for your help with locating an At-Risk Missing Adult. 56 year-old Gerald Benford was last seen on foot in the area of his home near Villa Ave/W. Sierra Ave today, 10/26/18 this afternoon about 4pm. He was last seen wearing a light green and grey shirt, grey sweat pants, and black rubber shoes. Benford is unfamiliar with the area and is without his prescribed medication. If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Gerald Benford, please call the Clovis Police at (559) 324-2800. CPD Case 18-66161.

Hey #CentralValley! We’ll be selling Clovis PD & #CPDK9Unit swag this weekend at #ClovisFest18 in Old Town Clovis! Stop by our booth next to our Command Vehicle on 7th St near Pollasky Ave! 100% of the proceeds go to our non-profit’s such as the Explorer Post, K9 Unit & breast cancer awareness & education! We are selling our personalized plush K9’s, our newly designed K9 shirts, with short-sleeved shirts AND hoodies, Clovis PD labeled Razorback tops, ladies V-necks & mens crew necks in the colors & designs in the photos! We will be accepting cash, checks, and debit/credit cards. Most shirts are $20 (discounts for purchasing more than 1), tote bags are $12, plush K9’s are $20, hoodies are $35, and pink patches are $10. We hope you stop by & have a fun & safe Clovis Fest!

The Clovis Police Department’s Chaplains received a very generous donation yesterday morning by the Central Valley Fallen Heroes Car Show! Proceeds from their annual car show this month at the Sierra Vista Mall were donated to five local non-profit organizations! Those organizations were the Clovis Police Chaplains, Clovis Firefighters Association - Local 1695, Fresno Police Chaplaincy, Fresno Deputy Sheriff's Assocation (FDSA), and the American Legion District 14! Funds from these donations stay in the central valley and will benefit our communities! On behalf of the Clovis Police Chaplains, we thank the Central Valley Fallen Heroes and their sponsors for their support of our #CentralValley! The Central Valley Fallen Heroes Car Show sponsors are: O'Reilly Auto Parts, Clawson Honda of Fresno, Clawson Motorsports, Clawson Truck Center, Clawson Cares, Harris Ranch Beef, Minutemen Press, Cal-Valley Insurance Services, Toledo's Mexican Restaurant- Clovis, Wonderful Pistachios, The Almond Company Harris Ranch, Les Schwab Tire Centers, Panoche Creek Packing, Future Kia of Clovis, Future Ford of Clovis, FOX26, CW59, Agri-Valley Irrigation, llc, Baker Peterson Franklin, CPA, LLP, and Calwest Rain! For info on the Central Valley Fallen Heroes Car Show, see their website here:

#BehindTheScenes with FOX26 at Clovis True Value on how to shop safely during this upcoming holiday season! #Thanks to True Value for helping us out!

We’re wearing PURPLE today to bring awareness to domestic violence! October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and today is #PurpleThursday! The Marjaree Mason Center has amazing resources. See their website at or call them 24 hours a day at (559) 233-HELP!

Sport your PURPLE tomorrow, Thursday 10/25, in support of the Marjaree Mason Center and Domestic Violence Awareness Month! #PurpleThursday #EndDV #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth

Clovis Police Explorer Post 355 held its 2nd Annual Multi-Agency Training Day this past weekend! 8 other Explorer Posts from the #CentralValley joined in the fun learning experience and trained in scenarios such as traffic stop, hostage rescue, traffic accident investigation, DUI, and more! If you’re interested in becoming a #PoliceExplorer, check our website for info- Thank you to the Clovis Fire Department for the use of their training facility and thank you to the Posts who attended! #Post355 #LeadTheWay #OurExplorersRock #Explorer

If you’re the victim of domestic violence, there is help. There are resources for you and your children if needed. Please, speak to someone. The Marjaree Mason Center is an amazing source of assistance in Fresno County! The Clovis Police Department is available 24/7 as well at 911 for emergencies or (559) 324-2800 for non-emergencies. Our free mobile app allows for anonymous tips as well! October is #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth! Take a stand for yourself! You got this!

Clovis PD is asking for your help with identifying this theft suspect. Surveillance footage from Walmart at Shaw Ave./Peach Ave. in Clovis on 9/7/18 shows this unknown female steal the victim's wallet. If you have information regarding this case or the identity of this suspect, please message us on social media, call us at (559) 324-2556, or email us at You can remain anonymous by submitting a tip using our free mobile app or by calling Valley Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-STOP. CPD Case 18-55146

‪Update- Streets are now open. #TrafficAlert- There is a 5k run this morning in Old Town Clovis and there are streets blocked off from now until approximately 12pm. Streets affected are Clovis Ave, 5th St, 3rd St, Sierra Ave, and cross streets near those. Expect delays or avoid the area.‬ Thank you for your patience while we keep the route clear and safe for the runners.

Officer Pascoe always makes sure to get in some daily PT, and yesterday he had the chance to run with the amazing students at Dry Creek Elementary School for their “Hero Run”! Every chance we get to positively interact with the youth in Clovis that we protect is priceless! #OurCommunityRocks #OurOfficersRock #ThinBlueLine #Community #BehindTheBadge

Clovis PD is asking for your help with identifying this shoplifting suspect. On 8/28/18 in the early afternoon, video surveillance from the Walmart at N. Clovis Ave./Herndon Ave. in Clovis shows this male suspect leave the store without paying for approximately $130 worth of merchandise. If you have any information regarding this case, please message us on social media, email us at, or call us at (559) 324-2556. If you would like to remain anonymous, you can leave a tip using our free mobile app, "Clovis Police", or call Valley Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-STOP. CPD Case number 18-52780.

Suspect Arrested Overnight for Attempted Kidnapping On Tuesday, October 16, Clovis Police received several calls for service around lunch time in the area of Willow Ave./W. Ashlan Ave. regarding a suspicious male following adult women. The callers reported that a male in an older model blue pick-up truck was driving up and down Willow Ave. approximately between W. Ashlan Ave. and W. Gettysburg Ave. It appeared the male was trying to lure females into his vehicle. Two separate victims were located and reported to Officers that the suspect was aggressive and they feared for their safety. One witness was able to obtain a photo of the suspect and the license plate on the truck he was driving. This information led Detectives to a residence in Fresno where he was arrested without incident. Clovis Police Detectives arrested 32 year-old Lammar Carey of Fresno for two counts of felony attempted kidnapping. Carey was booked into Fresno County Jail overnight. It is possible that Carey attempted to contact additional women during this time frame. If you have information about additional victims, you are asked to contact the Clovis Police Department at (559) 324-2800. The Clovis Police Department would like to remind residents to dial 911 when or if you believe someone is following you or committing a crime. Thank you to the victims and witnesses who stepped forward and provided statements for this case.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. One great resource in Fresno County is the Marjaree Mason Center. It takes just one phone call and one person to #StopTheCycle of domestic violence. Please, take that moment to pick up the phone or talk to someone.