Welcome To Our New Website
Welcome to the Rialto Police Department. I encourage you to spend some time with our newly designed website and to use it as a resource for assistance. The website was designed with you in mind and will assist in learning what we do and about the services we offer.
It is truly an honor to once again represent the hard-working women and men of the Rialto Police Department. We are truly a committed organization that highlights law enforcement professionals who are dedicated to serving our community. We are at a pivotal point in our history as we strive to become the premiere law enforcement agency in the Inland Empire region of Southern California. This is no easy task, but we understand that the fear of crime can be best reduced through the balanced delivery of policing that consists of three components, prevention, intervention and enforcement. We also recognize that maintaining community safety can only be achieved with the support and involvement of our community.
This is an exciting time for our employees, our community partners and city government colleagues as we improve the quality of life in Rialto. This year will be very busy for us. We are in a rebuilding phase of reshaping the Area Command model of Community-Based Policing. The program is designed to encourage open communication, enhance confidence and to streamline the delivery of police services. We will also be embarking on the development of a strategic plan that will help guide our organization for the next few years.
Our greatest assets are our police employees and we are continually looking for innovative people who would like to be part of our success. If you are interested in one of our continuing employment opportunities, I encourage you to stroll our website, then contact our personnel and training division for information on employment and processing requirements.
I invite you to check back often as we will continually update our website to offer information and assistance. We also welcome your comments and suggestions.
Mark P. Kling
Chief of Police