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Redlands Police Dept

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212 Brookside Ave, Redlands, CA 92373

(909) 798-7681

Today: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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General Info
The Redlands Police Department employs nearly 100 sworn officers, more than 100 civilian personnel and operates under the policy of risk focused policing. RFP is a data and results-driven, community-oriented policing and problem solving strategy that focuses on those factors in a community that place its youth and families most at risk for criminal and other problem behaviors. In addition to its risk focused policing efforts at controlling crime before it happens, the department employs such traditional crime suppression and enforcement concepts as its street crime/gang suppression, narcotics, traffic and police bicycle patrols. Furthermore, the department boasts a more than 60-member civilian volunteer patrol whose members provide increased police visibility and crime deterrence through vacation house checks, after-hours commercial patrols and random patrol in marked cars. The department also has active police reserve, chaplain and explorer units that augment the department's regular patrol forces. The Redlands Police Department is located in Redlands, Calif.
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Extra Phones

Phone: (909) 335-4739

Phone: (909) 798-7641

Phone: (909) 798-7659

Phone: (909) 798-7626

Fax: (909) 798-7639

TollFree: (800) 892-4357

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South Redlands, Downtown Redlands

Redlands City Police Department

Police Department-Investigative Services

Redlands Police Officer Assn

Redlands Police Department

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Charlie F.



Sadly it does appears some of our young police officers have been observed : Tailgating, deliberately violating : California Vehicle Code: 21703. Also deliberately making unsafe lane changes. California Vehicle Code: 21658A. As we know: Its leadership by example. One car for every ten miles. 15 feet behind the car in front. When stopped behind the car in front.