Cabazon Station

  1. Captain Petersen

    Evan Petersen


  2. Cabazon Station

    Physical Address
    50290 Main Street
    Cabazon, CA 92230


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Cabazon Station

Communities Served by the Cabazon Station

The Cabazon Station provides service to the mid-county Pass area, to include the unincorporated communities around the cities of Beaumont and Banning, as well as contract services to the city of Calimesa and the Morongo Indian Reservation.

  • Badlands
  • Banning Bench
  • Cabazon
  • Calimesa (Contract City)
  • Cherry Valley
  • Jack Rabbit Trail
  • Laborde Canyon
  • Lambs Canyon
  • Miles Canyon
  • Millard Canyon
  • Morongo Tribal Nation
  • Old Banning Idyllwild
  • Poppet Flats
  • San Bernardino National Forest
  • San Gorgonio
  • San Timoteo Canyon
  • South Sunset
  • Twin Pines
  • Whitewater

Police Services Provided by the Riverside Sheriff’s Office

City of Calimesa

City of Calimesa

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Office has been providing law enforcement services to the City of Calimesa since 1990.

Morongo Indian Reservation Symbol

Morongo Indian Reservation

The Morongo Indian Reservation contracts with the Sheriff’s Office for patrol services.

Other Police Agencies in the Cabazon Station Area

Banning Police Beaumont

Please contact the Banning Police Department or the Beaumont Police Department if you live within those cities’ limits.

Special Programs

Cabazon station offers special programs to residents and businesses in its station area.

International Crime Prevention through Environmental Design Association

Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPETD)

CPTED (pronounced sep-ted) can improve the safety and security of businesses and private residences, and 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, Sheriff’s 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. Call 951-922-7100 to schedule an appointment.