Chino Police Department

  • Agency: Chino Police Department
  • Address: 5450 Walnut Ave, Chino, 91710 CA
  • Chief: Miles Pruitt (Chief of Police)
Phone: (909) 334-3000
Fax: (909) 334-3245

Chino Police Department is located at 5450 Walnut Ave, Chino, 91710 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Miles Pruitt. The Chino Police Department phone number is (909) 334-3000.

Chino Police Department News

Happy #GreatShakeOut Day! - Police personnel participated in the #GreatShakeOut earthquake drill today. Being informed is one of the most important components of preparedness. If you did not receive a Chino Notify test alert this morning, sign up today at

Join us and millions of others as we drop, cover, and hold on tomorrow, 10/19 at 10:19 a.m. for the #GreatShakeOut earthquake drill.

Did you know that it's Teen Driver Safety Week? Our Traffic Officers and Crime Prevention personnel went to Buena Vista High today to do educational activities related to impaired, distracted and unsafe driving.

UPDATE - The subject has been taken into custody in the 12500-blk Catalpa. (ORIGINAL POST) The Chino Police Department, along with the Ontario Police Department's helicopter, is looking for a subject in the area of Chino HS. The subject was being detained for investigation of driving under the influence. If you see a Hispanic male in his early 40's wearing a black jacket and beige pants, please contact the Chino Police Department at 909-628-1234.

Chino PD Motor Officers out on the Pine Avenue detour safety patrols.

Don't forget- This Thursday, October 19th, between 5-9 pm, the Chino Police Department will serve at Red Robin as hosts and waiters. 100% of donations will benefit Special Olympics Southern California. Bring your family and friends to support this special cause. Hope to see you there!

Thank you to everyone who came to our Active Shooter Community Workshop last night. The program is co-hosted by Chino PD and the Chino Valley Fire District and includes presentations, demonstrations and activities to help prepare community members.


We are one week away from #ShakeOut - Join us as we prepare together. For more information, please visit

***SEEKING TO IDENTIFY SUSPECT*** Chino PD is seeking the public's assistance with identifying the suspects depicted in the photos. On July 14, 2017 the unknown suspect(s) broke into a vehicle and stole the victim’s purse. The suspect(s) then used the victim’s credit cards to make purchases at multiple locations. Still photos were obtained from video surveillance footage at two of these businesses. The photos show two different suspects and the suspect vehicle. If you recognize these suspects and/or have any information regarding this case, please contact Detective Carrino at (909) 334-3005 or reference case #17-06503.

***PRESS RELEASE - FATAL TRAFFIC COLLISION*** On Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, at approximately 6:49 p.m. officers of the Chino Police Department responded to an injury traffic collision at the intersection of Central Avenue and Francis Avenue. The collision involved a 1994 Green Honda Civic, driven by Darron Williams, age 51 of Ontario and a pedestrian, Misti Ann Lucas, age 44, of Ontario. The preliminary investigation indicates, the 1994 Honda was traveling Southbound on Central Avenue when it collided with Lucas, as she entered the crosswalk. The Chino Valley Fire District pronounced Lucas deceased upon arrival. Williams remained at the scene of the collision and is cooperating with investigators. During the investigation, the intersection of Central Avenue and Francis Avenue was closed for approximately three and half hours, as members of the Chino Police Department Traffic Unit completed their investigation. Investigators do not suspect alcohol or drugs are involved in this fatal traffic collision. The cause of the collision is still under investigation. Anyone with information or investigative leads is asked to call Corporal Trosper at (909) 334-3153.

Did you know that #ShakeOut is the world's largest #earthquakedrill ? - Join us on October 19th at 10:19 a.m. as we participate in #ShakeOut For more information, please visit

On Thursday, October 19th, the Chino Police Department will serve at Red Robin as hosts and waiters. 100% of donations will benefit Special Olympics Southern California. Bring your family and friends between 5-9 pm to support this special cause! SOSC.ORG/REDROBIN

Although our upcoming Community Active Shooter Workshop is full, we are happy to let you know that our next workshop will be held in January 2018. Stay tuned for details. In the meantime, we wanted to share this educational video with you. Remember, you have the option to run, hide, fight, or treat during an active shooter incident.

Thank you to all who came out to Coffee With a Cop.

We are LIVE with Emergency Manager, Christin Wolff. Share your emergency and disaster preparedness questions below!

In preparation for #TheGreatShakeout, we will be going LIVE at noon today! Join us as we discuss Emergency Preparedness with our Emergency Manager.

Today is National Coffee with a Cop Day. Hundreds of agencies across the country will participate, including ours. Stop on by and have a cup.

Are you prepared for a disaster? Tune in tomorrow (10/4) at noon as we go LIVE to discuss Emergency Preparedness with our Emergency Manager.

The Chino Police Department and Chino Valley Fire District are hosting another Community Active Shooter Workshop on October 12. Space is limited - reserve your tickets by using the link provided in the event details or visiting:

We had a special guest visit our Department. Jose, who is 10 years old, is one of our biggest supporters. He went on a tour of our facility and met some of our Officers who are also his biggest fans.