RANCHO CUCAMONGA SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
The Rancho Cucamonga Sheriff’s Department was incorporated in 1977 through the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. Thanks to the efforts of this Sheriff’s Department, Rancho Cucamonga has become one of Southern California’s most family-oriented, safe, and prosperous cities.
The Rancho Cucamonga Sheriff’s Department is located at 10510 Civic Center Dr Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730. The Sheriff’s Department is located right next to the Rancho Cucamonga Superior Courthouse. The city of Rancho Cucamonga has enjoyed a low crime rate and it is thanks to the men and women of the Police Department as well as the community.
The men and women of the Rancho Cucamonga Sheriff’s Department rely on the positive interaction and participation by the community in crime prevention programs throughout the city. The efforts of the everyone in the city has resulted in making Rancho Cucamonga one of the safest cities to live in and a place where the citizens can enjoy the security of a Police Department that is truly dedicated to providing a safe and family oriented environment.
The safety of the public is the highest priority of the city and as the community continues to grow every year, the challenge will be to continue addressing these increased needs that affect everyone in the city of Rancho Cucamonga.
The police department is made up of many sections to ensure that this mission is met effectively without putting too much strain on the men and women working in the law enforcement of the city. Some of the sections involved in this department are the Administration division, the patrol division, the traffic division, the detectives division, and the crime scene analysis division.
It is essential that every one of these sections works together to make sure that the city is safe at all times. If any one of these divisions fails to communicate to the others, then the whole operation will be left in shambles and the city will no longer be as safe as it could be. In order to keep the city as safe as it has been, the department has to work like a well-oiled machine.
If anyone is arrested in the city of Rancho Cucamonga, he or she will be taken to this department where they will go through the booking process and given their charges for the arrest. However, once the inmate is booked and processed, his or her information will be sent to the Rancho Cucamonga Superior Courthouse. The courthouse will then determine if there is enough evidence to establish a case.