Welcome to the official website of the
RIALTO POLICE DEPARTMENT
Proudly serving the city of Rialto, California
WHO WE ARE...
The Rialto Police Department provides law enforcement services to the city of Rialto, in Southern California. Located approximately 54 miles east of Los Angeles, the 107,000 residents are served by the 160 men and women of this great department.
Bureaus, Teams, Units, and Programs
Records, Property & Evidence, Volunteers and more.
Personnel Complaints and Internal Investigations.
CHIEF MARK KLING
Chief Mark Kling leads the men
and women of the Rialto Police Department.
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
We know your time is valuable. We have provided the most frequently requested information here on our website.
If you can not find an answer to your question, please come to our station to speak with a member of our team, or call our business number at (909) 820-2550.
A COMMUNITY POLICING FIRST
REGISTER YOUR CAMERA WITH RIALTO PD
As part of a new public safety initiative, please consider registering your home or business cameras with our police department to help save lives and solve crimes.
READY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
JOIN RIALTO PD
Law enforcement is a profession where you can make a difference in people’s lives.
Rialto Police Department is the first in answering the call when people need help.
STAY CONNECTED WITH RIALTO PD
The Rialto Police Department’s website is mobile optimized, and we’re also on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
The Rialto Police Department is committed to not only providing the community with the most dedicated and professional law enforcement agency but also providing timely information that strengthens community policing efforts which, in turn, reduces crime. The information available through Crimemapping.com is as current as possible; updated as often as every 24 hours.
Sign up for crime alerts and receieve emails regarding activity in your area.
See what crimes are occurring most frequently by viewing a trend report.
View all confirmed crimes or only those that have occurred in your selected area. You may also find the distance between crimes and your address.
View date, time, case number, block address, and generic description of the incident by clicking on an icon.
Important resources for the community, victims, and witnesses.
On November 4, 2008, the voters of the State of California approved Proposition 9, the Victims’ Bill of Rights Act of 2008: Marsy’s Law, a measure to provide all victims with rights and due process.