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In the capacity of the Calimesa Police Department, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department provides all municipal police-related services to the City of Calimesa, including criminal investigations and preventative patrol, responses to breeches of the peace, traffic enforcement and investigation and community-based policing to include neighborhood watch, and a proud collaborative partnership with the volunteer Calimesa Citizens On Patrol.


Timothy Salas, Captain


 Phone:  951.776.1099 - press option 5

 50290 Main Street

 Cabazon, California 92230



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The Calimesa Police Department is committed to providing a safe environment for our citizens. Calimesa has a large number of senior citizens, many of whom live alone with little or no friends or family in the area.


The Y.A.N.A. Program is designed to provide a free daily "check-in" service for residents of Calimesa with limited family or community contacts and assistance. Daily calls are conducted by the Calimesa Citizens On Patrol volunteers, as well as volunteers from the Norton Younglove Senior Center.


For more information, please call (909) 795-0054.  If you are interested in participating in this program, please complete the Y.A.N.A program application and waiver forms.





The Calimesa Police is inviting citizens and business owners of Calimesa, to take part of a free program known as Crime Prevention through Environmental Design, or CPTED (Pronounced SEP-TED). The purpose of CPTED is to improve the safety and security of businesses and private residences, and to discourage burglaries and other crimes. Residents and business owners can schedule a CPTED evaluation and a trained Deputy or Community Service Officer will come to their place of residence or business and provide a free evaluation of their property. After the evaluation, Police Department personnel will suggest improvements and show citizens how to deter criminal behavior by improving lighting, landscaping, visibility, signage, access control and activity around the property. By improving the environmental design, we hope to prevent someone from becoming a victim of a crime. The CPTED program is free of charge. Anyone interested in having a CPTED evaluation done at their residence or place of business may contact Sgt. Reinbolz at 951-922-7100 to make a request.  A Deputy or a Community Service Officer will contact you to set up an appointment.