Upland Police Department

  • Agency: Upland Police Department
  • Address: 1499 W. 13th St., Upland, 91786 CA
  • Chief: Steve Adams (Chief of Police)
Phone: (909) 946-7624

Upland Police Department is located at 1499 W. 13th St., Upland, 91786 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Steve Adams. The Upland Police Department phone number is (909) 946-7624.

Upland Police Department News

Upland PD and SB54 On Monday, April 23, 2018, at the request of the Upland Police Department, the Upland City Council discussed the merit of filing a brief supporting a specific portion of the lawsuit filed by the City of Huntington Beach against the State of California regarding Senate Bill (SB) 54 – Sanctuary State Law. The scope of our request was very specific and precise to the area of the legislation prohibiting our Agency from cooperating with Federal Agencies other than ICE. All federal agencies have the ability to enforce immigration laws; therefore, SB-54 limits our ability to engage in active investigations with those agencies since they have the ability to use immigration laws to aid in the investigative process. The decision made by our City Council, at our request, does not change any of our policies and procedures on how we serve our community and it’s NOT an attempt to increase immigration enforcement in our City. We at the Upland Police Department will continue to provide this community with the best level of service possible.

Friday night checkpoint results are in...

Captain Poole swearing in our newest officer yesterday! Officer Matthew Fry comes to the Upland Police Department with two years of experience working for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, and he is excited to begin working here in Upland. Welcome to the UPD family Ofc. Fry! #uplandpd #uplandpolice #newhire #swearinginceremony

Huge thank you to @girlscouts Troop 984 who stopped by the station this morning to bring goodie bags for the officers!!

While you were sleeping......graveyard officers responded to a call in the 1700 Block of W. Huntington Dr. for a report of shots heard. During their investigation, officers determined a suspect had been shooting a blank gun in his backyard. Officers also learned the suspect was a felon, and after obtaining a search warrant, they found a loaded AR-15 rifle, a loaded 9mm pistol, two replica firearms, magazines, ammunition, body armor, drug paraphernalia and scales, 18 grams of cocaine and 10 grams of heroin inside the suspect’s house. The suspect was later booked into the county jail for multiple felonies. Awesome job by the weekend graveyard crew!!! #uplandpolice #graveyard #nightshift

Chief Millmore and Captain Poole treated us to a yummy Vince’s Spaghetti 🍝 lunch today !!! Desserts 🍮 were supplied by Captain Blanco!!! Thanks for taking care of us ! #weloveourbosses #upd #spaghetti🍝

** Critical Missing Person Located **. Dell “Fannie” McClain has been located and is safe at home. Thanks to the concerned citizen who found her and returned her home.

CRITICAL MISSING ADULT. Dell “Fannie”McClain, 82 years old. Suffers from dementia. Last seen in the 500 block of Alpine at 1500 hours. Last seen wearing a gray sweater, blue jeans,and a brown hat with rhinestones. If you see her please contact Upland PD at 909-982-1331.

NATIONAL VOLUNTEER APPRCIATION WEEK! Sunday was the advent of National Volunteer Appreciation Week and we want to say THANK YOU to all our volunteers. They are an invaluable team in our efforts towards providing the best service possible to our Community. If you happen to know, live, or chat with one of our many volunteers, please remember to let them know how much we all appreciate their efforts. THANK YOU!


Yesterday Upland Police Officers and Public Works removed a large amount debris from the storm drain at Monte Vista and Foothill. This area was being used as a homeless camp. 6 subjects were contacted and given information on how to obtain homeless services sent on their way.

Congratulations go out to Juanita Martinez who received the distinguished award of Dispatcher of the Year. Thanks for keeping our Officers safe !!! #upd #savinglives #dispatchersrock

Don’t be alarmed with the large presence of police officers at Upland High School today. We are conducting an Active Shooter Drill. You may hear loud noises consisting of simulated explosions and gunfire. The students and staff are aware of the drill. These drills have been occurring Nationwide to ensure students and staff are well prepared to respond and react to any situation involving an Active Shooter.

Don’t be alarmed with increased Officer presence at Upland High. Upland PD conducting Active Shooter Training at Upland High today.

Unused or expired prescription medications are a public safety issue, leading to accidental poisoning , overdose, and abuse. Pharmaceutical drugs can be just as dangerous as street drugs when taken without a prescription or doctor's supervision. The majority of teenagers abusing prescription drugs get them from family and friends - and the home medicine cabinet. Upland PD is participating in the DEA National Drug Take Back. Bring your unused or expired medications to the lobby of the Upland Police Department to be disposed of on Saturday, April 28 from 10am -2pm.

Traffic Alert! Please avoid the area of Mountain Ave. and 9th St. We are conducting a collision investigation and the road is currently closed in both directions.

UPD dispatchers enjoying the beautiful flowers they received today for National Public Safety Tele-Communicators Week. We would like to let you know that you are doing a great job and we appreciate all your hard work!! #upd #upddispatchersrock #savinglives #hardworkers💪

Each one of us became peace officers to help and serve our communities. But due to proposed legislation in Sacramento, we’re concerned about the ability to do just that. Earlier this week, Assemblymember Shirley Weber (D-San Diego) and Assemblymember Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento) announced they would be introducing legislation that would raise the standard for legal review, in hindsight, of an officer’s decision to use force. We are concerned about the repercussions of this change for public safety. If our officers cannot respond to life and death situations until backup arrives or are forced to employ a checklist during rapidly advancing and extraordinarily dangerous situations, ultimately everyone involved is placed at a higher risk. Regardless of any outcome, we will always be here for you, to help and to serve. Please leave your comments below and email and call these Assemblymembers to voice your opinion. Assemblymember Shirly Weber 916-319-2079 Assemblymember Kevin McCarty 916-319-2007. #ServingOurCommunities Thank you from the Upland Police Department.

We at the Upland Police Department want to express our gratitude to all our Dispatchers on this National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Your work is invaluable as a lifeline to the residents of the City of Upland and our police officers. THANK YOU! #NationalPublicSafetyTelecommunicatorsWeek

The conclusion of a foot pursuit. Early this morning, Ofc. Demoulpied conducted a traffic stop on a Nissan Armada with no license plates in the 300 Block of S. Sinclair Ave. The male driver immediately jumped out and fled on foot and led Ofc . Demoulpied on a brief foot pursuit before he was detained. A records check of the suspect revealed he was on parole for a gang enhancement, and he had a felony no bail warrant for violating his parole. A search of the vehicle was conducted and methamphetamine, heroin, and drug paraphernalia were all recovered from inside the car. The suspect was later booked into West Valley Detention Center for the parole violation, resisting a police officer, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of a narcotic. Great work Ofc. Demoulpied!! #uplandpd #uplandpolice #whileyouweresleeping #graveyard

Tonight until 11 pm, MOD Pizza in Upland is donating 50% of your order to the family of fallen @pomonapd Ofc. Casillas. Stop by if you can!

Congratulations to Rudy and his partner Ofc. Hanley. They took 1st place in three narcotic categories today at the Murrieta K9 trails! #waytogorudy, #goodsniffer, #upd, #k9rudy.

Chief Millmore congratulating Michael Olivieri, Pomona PD’s new Chief after he was officially sworn in. #congratschief #upd