The City of Menifee contracts with the Riverside County Sheriff to provide police service for the City. Captain John Hill is the acting Police Chief for the City of Menifee.
Public safety is the top priority of our city. The Perris Station and the Menifee Police Department are located in the same facility at 137 N. Perris Boulevard, Perris, CA, 92570. The non-emergency phone number for the Perris Station is (951) 210-1000. You can also request Police reports at this number.
The mission of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is to meet the mandates prescribed by law, provide progressive, innovative and efficient public safety, while working in partnership with the community and allied agencies.
Towards this end, the City of Menifee has augmented law enforcement services with a traffic enforcement team, a special enforcement team, an alliance with a gang and narcotics task force, and crime prevention.
Criminal activity may be reported to the Sheriff’s Department, by calling 9-1-1, or (951) 776-1099. Non-emergency crimes may be reported at (951) 776-1099 # 5
Perris Station Annual Report (These reports take a few minutes to load due to size)
Crime Prevention Program
The City of Menifee Crime Prevention Program was created to enhance community awareness and teach vital skills to the public in working with law enforcement. Crime Prevention Programs which the Menifee Police Department currently provide consist of officer visits to schools and churches, and support of Neighborhood Watch.
During school and church visits, presentations are provided to students on various topics such as "Stranger Danger" using "McGruff the crime fighting dog", drug education and personal safety.
To schedule an officer visit to your school or church, please contact the City's Crime Prevention Officer, Community Service Officer (CSO) at or 951-210-1000.
The Menifee Police Department supports Neighborhood Watch programs and is available to attend and present at local meetings within the community.
Neighborhood Watch meetings are typically held at homes within the community. The Menifee Police Department is available to teach residents on how to identify suspicous activity in their neighborhoods and how to properly report it to the police. Officers give presentations on burglary prevention in these meetings and hand out Crime Prevention booklets on various topics.
To start a Neighborhood Watch program in your neighborhood, or to schedule an officer visit please contact the City's Crime Prevention Officer, Community Service Officer (CSO) at or at 951-210-1000.
Police Volunteer Program
The Menifee Police Department has an active volunteer program and is looking for volunteers to assist with making their community a safer place to live.