Kingsburg Police Department

  • Agency: Kingsburg Police Department
  • Address: 1300 California Street, Kingsburg, 93631 CA
  • Chief: Jeff Dunn (Chief of Police)
Phone: 559-897-4418

Kingsburg Police Department is located at 1300 California Street, Kingsburg, 93631 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeff Dunn. The Kingsburg Police Department phone number is 559-897-4418.

Kingsburg Police Department News

Just a reminder, the Kingsburg PD lobby will be closed tomorrow, November 10th, in observance of the Veteran's Holiday. All of us at KPD would like to remember and thank all who have served not just on this holiday but every day, for your sacrifice. The lobby will open again on Monday, November 13th at 9:00 a.m. As always, if you are in need of an officer to respond to your location, please dial 559-897-2931 for all non-emergencies, and 9-1-1 for emergency. Thank You

Kingsburg Police Department would like to congratulate one of our own, Explorer Gabe Castellanos for receiving his American FFA Degree at the recent National Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. Job well done to all the recipients. You should be very proud!

Don't forget to get your tickets to the annual Ladies Night this Thursday, Nov 2nd! If you are going to be in the downtown area be advised that some streets will be blocked off during the event and as always be mindful of the extra foot traffic in the area.

Please join us in cheering on the Kingsburg Vikings in the community pep rally before their game against the Selma Bears Friday, Nov 3rd at 2:15! This event is open to the public and the entire town is invited to attend. Go Vikings! 🏈

Kingsburg Police Department would like everyone to have a Safe Halloween. Safety Tips: • Carry flashlights, glow sticks or cellphones • Never enter a stranger’s house • Never accept rides from strangers • Always walk in groups with a trusted adult • Look and listen before crossing the street • Only walk on sidewalks; not in the street • Wear easily visible costumes or place reflectors on bags or clothing • Examine all treats • Drive carefully • Be safe and have a Spooktacular Halloween

Kingsburg Police Officers attended the Installation Ceremony of Kingsburg Postmaster Dennis M. Gagnon.

5K Fun Run and Family Carnival on Saturday, Oct. 21st @ 830 @ Clovis Community College.

The KPD lobby will be closed tomorrow, Oct 17th, 2017. We will be open again on Wednesday, Oct 18th at 9 a.m. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding. As always, should you need an officer to respond to your location for a call for service, please call the non-emergency dispatch line at 559-897-2931. If you have an emergency situation, please call 9-1-1.

**Sharps Container Reminder** Per Fresno County, the sharps container located in front of the Kingsburg Police Department is for disposal of home-generated sharps waste only, which is defined as disposable hypodermic needles, pen needles, intravenous needles, syringes, lancets, and other devices that are used to penetrate the skin for the delivery of medications or a blood test and are derived from a household, including a multifamily residence. Medical waste generated by any other source is covered by the Medical Waste Management Act. Please contact the State of California, Department of Health Services, Medical Waste Management Program at (916) 327-6904, or email to for further information.

Arrest Information 10/6/2017-10/12/2017

Today was "Safety Day" at Washington Elementary and Ofc Moon was out there talking about safety and showing the kids a patrol car.

Please see the attached flyer with information regarding the numerous laws passed in 2016 by the California Legislature affecting firearm ownership. This flyer has been provided to us by the California Department of Justice. If you have any questions or require further information please visit the DOJ website

Please see the attached flyer for information on an upcoming workshop discussing what human trafficking is and what it looks like. This workshop is open to parents, educators, counselors, youth mentors, doctors and nurses, and law enforcement officers, etc. (There will be a future workshop specifically for teens to attend). You can register electronically or by mail. Please feel free to share this information to get the word out.

Arrest Report

Here are some child safety tips when considering if your child should stay home alone or walk home alone. Please visit the following links for additional safety information and tips.

FYI...Traffic Alert on State Route 99 NB just South of Mountain View, CHP reporting a fatality with traffic backed up past Sierra. One lane open at this time. For more information, visit the CHP traffic link to their website.