The Redlands Police Department is committed to protecting and advocating for victims of crime. The RPD has officially embraced Parallel Justice as one of the Department’s five core initiatives and added the language “helping victims rebuild their lives” to the Department’s list of organizational guidelines to send a clear message, both internally and to the public, that this approach comes from the top and should be taken seriously.
The Redlands Police Department’s goal is to reduce crime by the education of the community. The Crime Prevention and Community Education Unit will oversee and coordinate crime prevention activities and make presentations to citizen, community, and school groups regarding crime and safety issues. They will be available for information regarding traffic and parking questions and education including Child Seat inspections.
Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program which enlists
the active participation of residents in cooperation with law
enforcement to reduce crime in their communities. Neighborhood
Watch involves neighbors getting to know each other and working
together in a program of mutual assistance; residents trained to
recognize and report suspicious activities in their neighborhoods
– essentially, neighbors looking out for each other. Anyone Can
Participate. City Residents, young or old, single or married,
renter or homeowner.
The Redlands Police Department allows residents to deliver all of
their unused, unwanted, or expired medications to law enforcement
officials.The medications are then disposed of in a secure and
Your home can be a target of opportunity for burglars when you
are away on vacation. The Redlands Police Department wants to
help protect residents’ property from opportunistic thieves with
a new vacation program designed to catch criminals in the act.
The Redlands Police Department Responsible Redlands initiative—a
collaborative effort facilitated by the Redlands Police
Department—focuses on curbing problems related to binge and
underage drinking through ongoing strategic operations to enforce
existing alcohol laws.
The Business Liaison Unit directly addresses the public safety
needs of the City’s downtown business district, bordered by
Church Street on the east, Texas Street on the west, Colton
Avenue on the north and Olive Avenue on the south.