Banning Police Department

  • Agency: Banning Police Department
  • Address: 125 E. Ramsey, Banning, 92220 CA
  • Chief: Leonard Purvis (Chief of Police)
Phone: (951) 922-3170
Fax:

Banning Police Department is located at 125 E. Ramsey, Banning, 92220 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Leonard Purvis. The Banning Police Department phone number is (951) 922-3170.

Banning Police Department News

Press Release November 7, 2018 http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_110718.pdf UPDATE: SUSPICIOUS DEATH

Press Release November 6, 2018 SUSPICIOUS DEATH http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_110618.pdf

Press Release October 25, 2018 LEWD AND LASCIVIOUS ACTS AND RAPE INVESTIGATION http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_102518.pdf

Press Release October 24, 2018 ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_102418a.pdf

Press Release October 24, 2018 UN-VERIFIED SOCIAL MEDIA THREATS http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_102418.pdf

Press Release October 21, 2018 LEWD AND LASCIVIOUS ACTS http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_102118.pdf

National EAS & WEA Test 2018 On Wednesday, October 3, 2018 the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will conduct the fourth nation-wide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA). The WEA portion of the test commences at 11:18 a.m. PDT and the EAS portion follows at 11:20 a.m. PDT. The test will assess the operational readiness of the infrastructure for distribution of a national message and determine whether technological improvements are needed. The WEA test will be sent through IPAWS, as part of the nation’s modern alert and warning infrastructure that automatically authenticates alerts. Cell towers will broadcast the WEA test, during this time, cell phones that are switched on and within range of an active cell tower should be capable of receiving the test message. Cell phones should only receive the message once. The national level EAS is a public alert and warning system that enables the President of the United States to address the American public during extreme emergencies. State and local governments also broadcast alerts and warnings regarding weather threats and civil emergencies. The nation-wide test will involve broadcast radio and television stations, cable television, and satellite radio and television services. The test may look like regular, local EAS tests that most people are already familiar with, but there will be some differences in what viewers will see and hear. During the test the public will hear a message indicating “this is a test.” The audio message will be the same for radio, television and cable. With this test, television viewers will see the EAS message scrolling across their television screens, however, the printed message may not include the words “this is a test”. If you see this message without the words “this is a test” please do not call 911 as this is only a test. If you have an actual emergency, then call 911. At the conclusion of the test regular programming will resume. In preparation for the nation-wide EAS test, local residents can find more information and links to both FEMA and the FCC’s information pages by visiting the San Bernardino County Fire web-site @ www.sbcfire.org. This site also provides information on how to prepare for and stay informed about what to do in the event of an actual emergency. That information can also be found at www.ready.gov. Please remember, this is ONLY a test and not an actual emergency.

Press Release September 19, 2018 P.C 187 (Murder), P.C. 245 (Assault with a Deadly Weapon) UPDATE--- SUSPECTS IN CUSTODY http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_091918.pdf

Press Release September 18, 2018 P.C. 187 Murder, P.C. 245 Assault with a Deadly Weapon http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_091818.pdf

Press Release August 29,2018 UPDATE: ASSAULT ON A POLICE OFFICER http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_082918.pdf

Press Release August 25, 2018 ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON ON A POLICE OFFICER http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_082518.pdf

Press Release August 24, 2018 ASSAULT ON A POLICE OFFICER http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_082418.pdf

Press Release August 10, 2018 ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_081018.pdf

CRIME STATS JULY 2018 http://www.banningpolice.org/crime_stats.htm

It is that time of the year when fireworks are all the fun but please remember your animals may not think so... Please see the flyer for tips on how to help our fury family members on the 4th!

The offices at the Banning Police Department will be closed in observance of Independence Day. If you need dispatch services please call 951-922-3170 option 2 for non-emergency police services. Happy 4th!

Press Release June 28, 2018 IN CUSTODY SUSPECTS OF ATTEMPT HOMICIDE / ROBBERY http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_062818.pdf

Press Release 06/23/2018 ATTEMPT HOMICIDE / ROBBERY http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_062318.pdf

Press Release 06/14/18 Attempt Homicide http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_061418.pdf

Press Release 06/06/2018 Assault with a Deadly Weapon / Child Endangerment http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_060618.pdf

PRESS RELEASE 06/07/2018 Elder Abuse Investigation http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_060718.pdf

PRESS RELEASE 05/21/18 Assault with a Deadly Weapon / Vehicle Pursuit http://www.banningpolice.org/PressRel/pr_052118.pdf

CRIME STATS -- APRIL 2018 http://www.banningpolice.org/crime_stats.htm