San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 655 E 3rd St, San Bernardino, 92408 CA
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Phone: 909-387-3545
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San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is located at 655 E 3rd St, San Bernardino, 92408 CA. The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department phone number is 909-387-3545.

San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department News

#SBCSD Dispatch will be at Ontario Police Department Public Safety Dispatch Job Fair June 8th. Please stop by and chat with our dispatchers and find out how you can join our team!

You are all cordially invited to the 19th Annual P.R.C.A. San Bernardino Sheriff's Rodeo! September 28-30th!

Let us not forget why we observe this day. We honor and thank those military members who died while protecting the very freedoms we enjoy today 🇺🇸 Station lobbies will be closed on Monday, May 28th. Non-emergency dispatch: Desert (760) 956-5001 Valley (909) 387-8313

Sheriff McMahon honored 42 citizens and deputies for their bravery in serving the community and coming to the assistance of others in need. It is individuals like this who make our county and Nation exceptional 🇺🇸

Today marks the 59th anniversary of the death of Deputy William Jackson Litz. On Saturday, May 23, 1959, at about 5:30 in the morning, Bill was finishing up a graveyard shift out of the West End substation patrolling the then-unincorporated area of “Cucamonga”. Riding with Bill in his 1958 Ford patrol car was an Ontario Police reserve named Leland Graves. Bill drove his unit southbound on Hellman Avenue and across Eighth Street. As he started to cross the railroad tracks his vehicle was struck by a Santa Fe freight train that was traveling about 55 miles per hour. In those days there were no crossing guards, but only signs which read “High Speed Trains”. Both Bill and Leland Graves were thrown from the patrol car. An Upland Police Officer was first on-scene and both Bill and Leland were transported to San Antonio Hospital. Bill was pronounced deceased at the hospital. Leland recovered from his injuries. He left behind his wife, Merline and two young sons, William and Michael. May he never be forgotten. https://youtu.be/YzMP7hL33_A

Congratulations to the Sheriff’s Honor Guard for placing 5th in the nation at the National Honor Guard Competition in Washington DC for National Police Week! The honor guard is privileged to stand watch over the fallen that are killed in the line of duty. They will stand watch until the fallen officer is laid to rest. Honor the fallen, gone but never forgotten!

Deputy Medawar & Deputy Wilkie competed in the Battle of the Badges last night. Both won their bouts by TKO. Awesome deputies, awesome boxers! CONGRATULATIONS! Great job!

Bring your family out for some fun and bicycle safety! We will have a pancake breakfast, a bicycle obstacle course, FREE helmets, and a bicycle raffle!

#NationalPoliceWeek Honoring the fallen #InTheLineOfDuty ⚫️⚫️🔵🔵⚫️⚫️👮‍♂️👮‍♀️

Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms out there!

We might have found some future SWAT Deputies at today’s Hometown Hero’s Event 🚨👮‍♀️

THE P.R.C.A. SHERIFF'S RODEO IS BACK!!! The 19th Annual San Bernardino County Sheriff’s P.R.C.A Rodeo is coming to the Glen Helen Regional Park on Friday, September 28th through Sunday, September 30th, 2018. Gates open at 4:00 pm Friday and Saturday and the rodeo starts at 8:00 pm. Challenged Children’s Rodeo will be held at 5:00pm, on Saturday before the main event. Gates open at 2:00 pm on Sunday and the rodeo starts at 6:00 pm. The world’s top professional cowboys and cowgirls will be performing bareback and saddle bronc riding, bull riding, steer wrestling, tie-down roping, barrel racing and team roping. Also, performing will be Professional Rodeo Entertainer, Danger Dave Whitmoyer http://dangerdavewhitmoyer.com/ A new addition to this year’s rodeo, supporting our mission to give back to our youth in the community, will be Mutton Busting http://www.pcjbr.org/. Each night young cowboys and cowgirls of the Pacific Coast Junior Bull Riders will be competing for your enjoyment. Friday night’s rodeo is dedicated to raising awareness of Domestic Violence. The rodeo will be donating to the “Man Up Crusade” with a donation to a local domestic violence shelter. Wear purple to the rodeo – Take A Stand and Break the Cycle of Domestic Violence. For Saturday, September 29th, we will be asking, “Are you Tough Enough to Wear Pink?” Wear pink to the rodeo and show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness. The rodeo will be making a donation to Loma Linda University Hospital for breast cancer awareness. A dance follows Friday and Saturday night’s rodeos featuring Brad Johnson and Killin’ Time Band under the big tent. On Sunday, September 30th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, there will be a PRCA Championship Youth Rodeo Camp held at the rodeo grounds. Do you have a child over the age of 8 interested in becoming a rodeo athlete or learning more about the sport of rodeo? The camp curriculum includes an introduction to rough stock events with an emphasis on safety, fundamentals, chute procedures, livestock safety, and an overview of riding equipment. For more information visit http://prorodeo.com/prorodeo/rodeo/youth-rodeo. On Sunday, at 4:30 pm, under the big tent we will be featuring the Folklorico Dance Company specializing in the art of dance from the states of Mexico http://www.resplandordemexico.com/. We invite you to come early and enjoy their performance. Sunday’s rodeo performance is dedicated to our Public Safety Personnel. A joint honor guard team comprised of members from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, San Bernardino Police Department, and San Bernardino County Fire will be posting the colors, followed by a moment of silence before the start of the event. Tickets are $15.00 on Friday, $20.00 on Saturday, and only $10.00 on Sunday. Children 6 and under are free each night. Parking is $5.00 We encourage you to arrive early and meander among the merchandise vendors and partake in the food and beverages that will be available. The rodeo grounds are located in Devore a short distance from the I15/I215 interchange. Take the Devore turn off or Glen Helen Parkway. Proceeds from the event continue to support the youth in our communities, with the ultimate goal of developing them into responsible citizens. Cash donations will be given to the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, the Challenged Children’s Rodeo, Children’s Fund, the 4H Club of San Bernardino, the Yucaipa Equestrian Center, the California State Horsemen’s Association, Loma Linda University Hospital for breast cancer research, Man Up Crusade - bringing awareness to Domestic Violence, and several service clubs. Mark September 28th, 29th, and 30th, 2018, on your calendars for this year’s San Bernardino County Sheriff’s P.R.C.A. Rodeo benifitting the children of San Bernardino County. The rodeo is made possible through generous donations from local businesses and organizations throughout the county. A special Thank you to our Title Sponsor, Stater Bros. Charities and Presenting Sponsor, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

Law enforcement isn’t always about enforcing the law 👧👮‍♂️🔵🔵