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Neighborhood Watch

Partner with the City of Yucaipa and the Police Department to protect your neighborhood!  Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention programs in the country, bringing citizens together with law enforcement to deter crime and make communities safer. If you have an interest in forming a neighborhood watch program, please contact Sherrie O’Connell, Assistant Coordinator for the City of Yucaipa, at (909) 797-2489 x 260.

Y.A.N.A. Program

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.
Y.A.N.A. Information
Y.A.N.A. Application

Business Programs

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)

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