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 Claremont Police Department

570 W. Bonita Ave.

Claremont, CA 91711

(909) 399-5411

Emergency Dial - 9 1 1 

Hours of Operation:

Records Bureau

Monday - Friday: 7AM-8PM

Saturday: 7AM-6PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Jail Visiting Hours:

Monday - Friday: 3PM-6PM

Saturday: 9AM-11AM / 3PM-6PM

Property Release:

By appointment only, contact: 909-399-5419

Proposed Future Police Department Information Aerial from NE Corner SMALL

Information regarding the proposed future Police Department building can be found here. For more information please follow the link below.

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Police Department News

Citizen's Police AcademyCitizen-Academy

Claremont Police Department is excited to start accepting applications for a Citizen’s Police Academy Class to start in January.    The Citizen’s Police Academy is a six-week program designed to provide Claremont residents and people that work within the City with firsthand information about how their police department works and to increase understanding between citizens and the police through education.  Participates will also take part in practical scenarios that simulate typical service calls.

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 L.A. Found

LA Found

Los Angeles County has launched a new program to help find those with autism, dementia, or Alzheimer’s disease if they become missing. The program features bracelets worn by those prone to wandering, and were created by Project Lifesaver. See if you qualify for this program to bring your loved one home safely.

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Pink Patch Project2017 Pink Patch Small

The Claremont Police Department, along with over 110 other public safety agencies,kicked off the 2018 “Pink Patch Project,” an innovative campaign designed to increase public awareness about breast cancer and to raise funds for the fight against the disease. To purchase our commemorative pink patch please visit:

City of Hope's Website

For more information about Pink Patch Project please see our Press Release here.

 

Police Department Release 2017 Annual Report2017 Cover

On June 12, 2018 the Claremont Police Department Annual Report was presented to the City Council. The Annual Report contains not only statistics from the past year, but photography of Claremont Police Department personnel at their finest. Please Enjoy!

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