San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 655 E 3rd St, San Bernardino, 92408 CA
  • Chief:
Phone: 909-387-3545

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

Rain 🌧☂️is headed our way! Please make sure you slow down and leave at least one full 🚙 length between you and the 🚗 in front you.

Deputies were in New York over the weekend for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and stopped to pay their repects to the victims of 9/11. 🇺🇸 (Photo courtesy of #SEBA)

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 🍀 Please be safe and celebrate 🎊 responsibly. 🌈💰

The ceremonial first puck 🏒!! Lt. Considine was honored tonight at the Ontario Reign game as Hero of the Night. Thank you Ontario Reign (AHL) and Mag-Lite for recognizing him!

Lt. Considine to be honored by Mag-Lite & Ontario Reign as Hero of the Night— On Wednesday, March 14th, Lieutenant Jim Considine of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department will be honored as the hero of the game at the Citizens Bank Arena before the start of the Ontario Reign hockey game scheduled for 7:00 pm. Lt. Considine has been a lifelong fan of hockey and is being given the opportunity to drop the puck. There will be a special ceremony and video sharing his story before the game. On September 27, 1997, Jim was a deputy sheriff assigned to patrol in the county area of Victorville, and he assisted his partner on a traffic stop which turned into the nightmare scenario for him. An assailant with an arsenal did not stop immediately and lured law enforcement to an isolated area. Once there, the suspect opened fire on Jim and other deputies using an AK-47 assault rifle at close range. Although Jim was grievously wounded (he was shot four times) he returned fire, and the attacker was killed. Jim eventually recovered from his injuries, but one of his legs was so badly injured it prevented him from serving as a deputy any longer. Jim had the injured leg amputated and eventually returned to the force with a prosthetic leg below his knee. Jim not only qualified as a deputy sheriff but went on to pass through one of the most rigorous S.W.A.T. program imaginable and graduated top of his class. Jim was holding a MAGLITE flashlight when he was shot that is now in the MAGLITE Museum where it still has an AK47 round lodged in it. Jim has stated that the flashlight saved his life. Jim's will and tenacity is an example to all and we are proud to call him a member of our family. Tickets for tomorrow's game can be purchased at

Every March, the California State Assembly honors women across the state for their remarkable contributions to the community in celebration of #WomensHistoryMonth This year, State Assemblyman Jay Obernolte honored Deputy Chief Lana Tomlin as Woman of the Year for District 33!! 🇺🇸👮‍♀️🚨

#SBCSD and @mohavecc welcomed over 70 attendees to the One Day Hiring Event! The applicants came out and gave it their all! #SBCSD #JoinTheLegacy

Our thoughts and prayers are with Pomona Police Department and the family of the officer killed in the line of duty last night. Two Pomona officers were shot last night, one officer did not survive. The second officer is in stable condition. We are praying for a speedy recovery.

You’ll never believe this deputy’s story!

Today marks the 45th anniversary of the death of Lt. Al Stewart. He was shot and killed in the line of duty. Gone but never forgotten.

Academy Class 209 Graduation 🎓

We would also like to honor Deputy Chief Lana Tomlin, who was recently promoted to Assistant Sheriff. Deputy Chief Tomlin is the first female on our department to achieve that rank and is looking forward to her new role. Please join us in congratulating Chief Tomlin on her promotion! 👏🚔

On this #InternationalWomensDay, we honor newly promoted Lt. Shelisa Williams! Shelisa is the first African American female promoted to the rank of lieutenant. Join us in congratulating her on this historic milestone. #HistoryMade 👮🏽‍♀️💪🏽🚨

14-year-old juvenile arrested for impersonating a deputy sheriff— DATE/TIME: March 5, 2018 / 6:09 p.m. INCIDENT: Impersonation of a Police Officer LOCATION: 13600 block of Mica Ave., Victorville SUSPECT: 14-year-old Hispanic male VICTIM(S): Confidential SUMMARY: On March 5, 2018, an unknown Hispanic male pulled into the driveway of a home in the 13600 block of Mica Avenue. He was driving a white Ford Explorer with red and blue emergency lights, mounted on the inside of the front windshield, which were activated. The Explorer had no law enforcement or other type of identifying markers, other than the emergency lights, and had no license plates. The suspect exited the Explorer wearing a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department uniform with a firearm in the belt holster. He went to the front door and told the occupants he was there to investigate a reported domestic disturbance. The homeowner informed him there was no problem and they had not placed a call to the police. The suspect tried to open the door but the homeowner had locked it. The suspect returned to the Explorer and left the area after a brief exchange with the homeowner, who followed him to the driveway. Later, the homeowner notified police of the suspicious encounter. On March 6, 2018, Sergeant J. Monroe saw a Ford Explorer matching the description of that involved in the incident. He conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and confirmed it was a match. The 14-year old great-grandson of the registered owner was detained and later identified as the suspect. During a search of the juvenile’s home, Detectives found the uniform worn during the incident, as well as a large amount of counterfeit money, simulation firearms, ballistic vests and other law enforcement related items. During the investigation, Detectives also learned the juvenile had two additional contacts the same night, posing as a law enforcement officer. He initiated a traffic stop on a red vehicle, driven by a black female adult, in the area of Amethyst Road. After obtaining the female’s information he gave her a warning and let her go. The other incident occurred in the area of Cobalt Road. The suspect again activated the emergency lights mounted in the vehicle, causing a white male, approximately 16-years old, to come out of his house. The suspect again claimed to be investigating a domestic disturbance call. When he was told, there was no disturbance, the suspect left. The suspect, who is on probation, was arrested and booked at High Desert Juvenile Detention Center. Detectives are still trying to locate the other victims. If you have information about the female in the red car or the juvenile from the Cobalt Road incident, you are urged to call the Victorville Police Department at (760) 241-2911 or Sheriff’s Dispatch at (760) 956-5001. Callers wishing to remain anonymous are urged to call the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78CRIME (27463) or you may leave information on the We-Tip website at Refer: Mara Rodriguez, Media Relations Officer Station: Victorville Police Department Case #: 171802535 Phone No. (760) 241-2911 JOHN MCMAHON, Sheriff-Coroner San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department

A 19-year-old Fresno woman is arrested for human trafficking after investigators find her with a missing juvenile— Fresno Police Department Fresno County Sheriff's Office DATE/TIME: March 5, 2018 INCIDENT: Human Trafficking and Pandering Arrest LOCATION: 600 Block of 6th St. San Bernardino SUSPECT(S): Nicole Williams, 19-year-old female from Fresno VICTIM(S): Confidential female juvenile SUMMARY: On March 5, 2018, members of the San Bernardino County Human Trafficking Task Force began surveillance in the downtown area of San Bernardino, in an attempt to locate a runaway juvenile who was possibly the victim of human trafficking. At one point, investigators observed Nichole Williams, a 19 year-old female from Fresno, walking with the victim to a vehicle near the 600 Block of 6th St. and attempt to leave the area. A traffic stop was conducted, and through investigation, it was determined Williams was Trafficking and Pandering the female juvenile victim. Williams was arrested and transported to the Highland Police Department for an additional interview. The juvenile victim was rescued and released to San Bernardino County Department of Child and Family Services. Williams was later transported to Central Detention Center and booked for felony charges of Human Trafficking and Pandering. Bail is set in the amount of $150,000. This investigation is ongoing. Investigators believe there are other unidentified victims related to this case and are asking that anyone with information related to this investigation, please contact the San Bernardino County Human Trafficking Task Force at (909)387-8400. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous may contact We-Tip at 1-888-78-CRIME or you may leave information on the WE-Tip Hotline at Refer: Officer Garrett Riddall Station: San Bernardino County Human Trafficking Task Force Phone No. (909) 387-8400 Case No. 621800090 JOHN McMAHON, Sheriff-Coroner San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department

Did you know at the turn of the century, our country witnessed the birth of the women's self-defense movement? #WomensHistoryMonth Did you also know that 1 in 5 women will be a target of sexual assault/rape in her lifetime? We are glad to be offering our Lady Be Aware Course again to help reduce the odds of you becoming a statistic and to give you the tools necessary to protect yourself. Hey MOMS, you can sign up your daughters as young as 16 years old!!! Please sign up NOW as spots fill quickly!

Did you know?... Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. Parents, know the signs.

Freezin for a Reason today at the #BigBear Polar Plunge! Sheriff McMahon, the SWAT team, and numerous department members came out in support of the Special Olympics Southern California. The water was a low 36° but that didn’t stop the teams from jumping in to support the cause. Great work everyone!