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.
Please remember to keep your animals inside or in a secure area during this time.
Please see the attached flyer for the upcoming Flag Day Retirement Ceremony in Kingsburg. on Saturday, June 16th.
It has recently come to our attention from multiple sources that there is an individual on Craigslist attempting to rent out a house in the city of Kingsburg that is currently listed for sale. Upon inquiry, he has said to ignore the “for sale” sign and that he has changed his mind on the sale of the house and then giving permission for the interested party to go look at the residence. This individual is claiming to be from Las Vegas and has a business partner in the San Jose area. He will request an information sheet be filled out and emailed to him at which time he requires to collect a down payment for the residence in the form of a either Moneygram or Western Union, or similar types of payment up to $900. Officers have attempted to call this individual at the telephone number provided; however, there was no answer as it was a number that can be generated through the internet or by using an app. If something about a transaction on Craigslist seems suspicious to you, do not continue with the transaction, do not send money, and report it immediately!
Several thefts from vehicles have been reported to the Kingsburg Police Department. Investigation into these thefts resulted in arrests and the recovery of some of the stolen property. If you observe suspicious activity, or have experienced a recent theft from your vehicle, you are encouraged to report it to the Kingsburg Police Department at (559) 897-2931.
Recently Sgt. Pendley returned a found wallet to the owner and to show him her appreciation she brought him some delicious sweet treats. Thank you, for the kind words and gesture, Helga Avedikian
A few pictures taken at the Swedish Festival this weekend. Sgt Pendley and Chief Dadian leading the parade and Ofc. Fuentes and friends at the Dala Horse Trot.
Ofc Gomez would like to offer a sincere "thank you" to the woman who paid for his items at the Arco tonight. He didn't realize at the time what she was doing and wanted to make sure that she knew it was greatly appreciated. Thank you! It's an honor to serve this community.
Please see the attached maps for road closures and an events timeline for the Swedish Festival on Friday and Saturday. Please be aware of the closures and the heavy foot traffic in these areas. Should you lose sight of your child or loved one during the Swedish Festival , call dispatch at 559-897-2931 or 9-1-1 and immediately report to the Chamber of Commerce Office located at 1475 Draper Street. Any found children or lost loved ones will be escorted here.
Please be advised the KPD lobby will be closing early today at 2:00 PM. We will re-open at 9:00 AM on Monday, May 21st. If you need an officer to respond to a non-emergency call dial 559-897-2931, dial 9-1-1 for all emergencies. Thank you.
In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. We would like to take a moment to thank all of our officers for their committment to keeping our community safe and putting their lives on the line for the safety and protection of ofthers. We appreciate all of you!
Det. Forlines with officers from Sweden who were visiting the area. Valkommen!
Battle of the Badges is going on now till 2 p.m. in the Walgreen's parking lot! Come out and give blood for Kingsburg Police Department #webleedblue #backtheblue
Hope to see you there!
UPDATE AREA CLEARED UPDATE
*****UPDATE****UPDATE*** Lockdown cleared at Kingsburg High School and Rafer Johnson Junior High School. Officers are still on scene. Officers are on scene in the area of Winter/22nd ave assisting Tulare County Sheriff's Office, serve a search warrant. Kingsburg High School and Rafer Johnson Junior High School placed on lockdown as a precaution.