Chino Hills Station
The Chino Hills Police Station is a 30,000-square-foot building located just off Peyton Drive in the Chino Hills Government Center at 14077 Peyton Drive, next to Chino Hills City Hall and the James S Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library. Police services are provided to the City of Chino Hills through a contract with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
Public Lobby Hours
The Chino Hills Police Department public lobby is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The business telephone is 909-364-2000. After hours and weekend non-emergencies call Police dispatch at 909-465-6837.
(If you encounter a problem with the after hours and weekend non-emergency telephone number, please dial 909-387-8313.)
Parking Lot Entrance
You can access the parking lot off Peyton Drive for northbound traffic. Southbound traffic must turn right on Boys Republic Drive and then turn left into the Government Center parking lot.
Live Scan Finger Printing Services Are Available!
Live Scan fingerprinting services are currently only available, by appointment, for San Bernardino County employees and court-ordered 790 Registrants. The pricing for the fingerprinting services varies. If you have questions about the service, or want to schedule an appointment, please contact the station at 909-364-2000.
- S.B. County Sheriff’s Department Website
- Chino Hills Police Department Website
- S.B. County Sheriff’s Department Volunteer Application (COPS, Search and Rescue, Explorer, Reserve Deputy) (PDF)
- Neighborhood Watch
- Extra Patrol Form (PDF)
- Reported Traffic Problem (PDF)
- Special Patrol Form for Vacation Patrol (PDF)
- 2021 Annual Crime Report (PDF) (see Page 19 for Chino Hills)
- 2020 Workload Summary Report (PDF) (see bottom of Page 8 for Chino Hills)
- Homicide Statistical Comparison 2017-2019 (PDF) (see pages 3 and 4 for Chino Hills stats)
- Social Media Apps Parents Should Know About (PDF)
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Sign Up for Emergency Alerts!
In an emergency, you need to know what’s going on. To make the right decisions, you need reliable, up-to-the-minute information on disasters in your area. You need to know what to do and when. Official sources of information is critical. Sign up for both the City of Chino Hills Emergency Alerts which is subscriber based e-notifications and the San Bernardino County Swift911 system. Below are the two links needed:
The City of Chino Hills and the County of San Bernardino utilizes multiple ways to notify residents of impending danger, but residents should not wait for or rely exclusively on any single notification system. If you are concerned about your safety and welfare, please evacuate.
In an effort to quickly communicate information on impending dangers, the San Bernardino County Sheriff and Fire Departments send high-speed mass notifications via telephone and text messages. This system is known as the Telephone Emergency Notification System (TENS).
The County uses a database of landline telephone numbers, which is updated every six months, to send emergency messages to landline phones only.