For millions of American seniors living independently, adults with functional limitations, and homebound individuals, days may pass without human interaction. The Yucaipa Police Department is committed to connecting with people in all of these categories to establish a social safety net.
The You Are Not Alone (YANA) program helps allow seniors, disabled persons, or homebound individuals find comfort and security in regular telephone contact.
Staff is available to assist businesses in the City of Yucaipa with the Business Security Assessment Program. Contact Yucaipa Police at (909) 918-2305 to schedule an appointment or to discuss this program.
The WeTip Anonymous Crime Hotline has been operational over four decades. WeTip operators never ask or know the identity of the caller. WeTip has no taping, tracing, caller ID, or call logs to identify callers. To report a tip or have information about a case, call one of the numbers below or visit the WeTip website for more information or to submit a tip on-line.
1 (800) 78-CRIME (or 1 (800) 782-7463)
1 (800) 47-DRUGS (or 1 (800) 473-7847)
1 (800) 47-ARSON (or 1 (800) 472-7766)
1 (800) US-FRAUD (or 1 (800) 873-7283)
Yucaipa Police Station MedReturn Receptacle
Citizens looking to dispose of excess and expired prescription and over-the-counter medications can now visit the Yucaipa Police Station lobby (34144 Yucaipa Boulevard, Yucaipa) to drop off medications with no questions asked. Items that can be dropped off include prescriptions, prescription patches, prescription medications, prescription ointments, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and medication for pets (syringes will not be accepted). Safely dispose of these items and help reduce the supply of drugs that can potentially harm children and our water supply.
San Bernardino County Sheriff's Academy
Take a look at what Class 200 conquered during their training at our Frank Bland Regional Training Center. Do you have what it takes to be a part of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department? Join the Legacy! For more information visit www.sheriffsjobs.com. Click HERE to watch this video.
SB County Fire and Sheriff’s Department, the California Highway Patrol, and State Emergency Communications 9-1-1 officials announced that local law enforcement and fire agencies will be equipped to receive and respond to mobile phone SMS Text-to-9-1-1 messages. Hearing and speech impaired members of the community, or those in a situation where it is too dangerous to dial 9-1-1, now have another option to call for help in an emergency.
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