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
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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

Thank you will never be enough #VeteransDay In observance of Veteran's Day, Sheriff's Station lobbies will be closed. You may reach non-emergency Dispatch: Valley: 909-387-8313 Desert: 760-956-5001

Today 12 people lost their lives in a senseless shooting at a local bar in #ThousandOaks. Our hearts go out to the survivors and loved ones of those affected. Among the victims was Ventura County Sheriff's Office - Official Page Sgt. Ron Helus, who rushed in to help. Thank you Sergeant Ron Helus ⚫️⚫️🔵🔵⚫️⚫️

‪Sgt Ron Helus of Ventura County Sheriff's Office - Official Page paid the ultimate sacrifice early this morning in a tragic shooting in Thousand Oaks when he rushed into an active shooter scene. This is what a hero looks like. Our deepest condolences go out to the family, department and community. ‬

LADIES!!!! We have some last minute seats for this Saturday's Lady Be Aware Course! Don't miss out #Vision4Safety

Another successful #WomenWarriors in the books! Great job to all the participants 💪 You ladies definitely killed it! #SBCSD #JoinTheLegacy

WOMEN WARRIORS IS TOMORROW!!! We will be accepting walk-ins tomorrow! Don't miss out on this opportunity ladies.

Thanks for the snacks Doritos P.S. we did share them with the troops!

Happy Halloween 👻 🎃 from all of us at Sheriff’s Headquarters! #MnMs #TheQueen #MoMoneyMoProblems #Pumpkin🎃 #Soccer #LiloAndStitch

#HappyHalloween Whether you are dressing as a ghost 👻 or a goblin 👹 we want you to have fun and be safe today! Be familiar with the neighborhoods you are going into before trick-or-treating🍬. Resources are available to ensure you & your family are safe: https://www.meganslaw.ca.gov/ #Vision4Safety

#WomenWarrior will be November 4th! You still have time to sign up ladies. Challenge your inner warrior! https://womenwarriors18.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138953411

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It is with deep sadness that we inform you all of the passing of our dear friend and honorary Deputy Bryan Barahona. He fought the good fight and it was a privilege to witness such a brave and resilient soul. To his family, our thoughts and prayers are with you, thank you for welcoming us into your home to meet Bryan. May Bryan Rest In Peace knowing that his memory will live on 🙏

Background investigators continue to interview today’s applicants at Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Base. Today’s One Day Hiring Event included both military and non-military deputy sheriff applicants. Thank you to the Marine Corps Air Combat Center for hosting this event.

We want everyone to have fun and be safe this Halloween. Be aware of your surroundings, keep an eye on the little ones, and make sure you are VISIBLE! Also, be familiar with the neighborhoods you are going into before trick-or-treating. There are many resources available online to ensure you and your family are safe this Halloween: California Megan’s Law https://www.meganslaw.ca.gov/

Two fathers incarcerated at the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department High Desert Detention Center (HDDC) in Adelanto spent quality time with their children for the first time last week when the Inmate Services Unit expanded the TALK (Teaching and Loving Kids) program to that jail facility. Created in 2009 as a collaboration between California State University, San Bernardino, and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, the Parental Intervention Program has been offered at the Glen Helen Detention Center in Devore, providing in-jail parenting and trauma classes in addition to parent-child interaction time and individual counseling. The program focuses on trauma recovery, strengthening family relationships, and improving the developmental outcome of the children of incarcerated mothers and fathers, including reducing delinquency and the future incarceration of these children, assisting future generations to end the cycle that these parents have experienced. In TALK, the parenting skills learned in class are put into practice during weekly hands-on contact visits under the supervision of trained interns. At the conclusion of each visit, the parents are provided with a brief counseling session to address any concerns, issues, or thoughts brought to mind during the visit.

‪Thank you Doritos for supporting the hardworking men and women of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. We’re looking forward to those snacks... Stay tuned 😏🎥‬

Oh what a feeling! Sheriff McMahon promotes 48 very hardworking individuals. Congratulations all🎊🎉

‪Everyone, meet Deputy Bryan Barahona. We are so honored to have helped bring a smile to his face. Bryan is terminally ill and his lifelong dream was to become a deputy sheriff. When asked who is the best cop, Bryan replied, “me, I’m the best cop.” We couldn’t agree more Bryan, we hope you had a fun-filled day! Debbie Chisholm Memorial Foundation Ontario Police Department Redlands Police Department Yucaipa Police Department Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department San Bernardino Police Department Redlands Police Department