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Wildomar Motorcycle - Officer Hansen
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Captain Jim Rayls, 
Chief of Police

Law enforcement services are provided by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department with local policing directed from the Lake Elsinore Sheriff’s station located at 333 Limited Avenue, Lake Elsinore.

Emergency: Dial 911

24-hour non-emergency Dispatch: 800-950-2444 or 951-776-1099
Records: 951-955-2440

Business, Lake Elsinore Sheriff’s station: 951-245-3300
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM- 4:30PM

Helpful Links

Find us on Facebook! Wildomar Police is serviced from the Lake Elsinore Sheriff's Station. Follow the Lake Elsinore Sheriff's Station Facebook Page here

Press Releases, you can find information for incidents along with other Sheriff’s Department Press Releases here

Receive public safety messages to your phone (text or voice)

Helpful Resources 

Report a crime online
Riverside County Sheriff's Department Recruitment
Volunteer Forces Unit
Riverside County Regional Gang Task Force

Early Warning Notification

Riverside County offers an early warning notification service that sends phone messages to residents and businesses that are affected, threatened or might be endangered by an emergency event or disaster.

The system uses phone numbers in the region’s 911 database to contact listed and unlisted parties. It is TYY/TDD capable. The system will leave a message if the phone is answered by a machine.

Because the system uses only land-line numbers, it is necessary to register numbers for other types of phones. You may do so on the emergency alert website.

Crime Free Multi-Housing Program


The City of Wildomar and the Wildomar Police Department proudly support the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program. This program is a combined effort of law enforcement, property owners/managers and tenants with a common interest of reducing crime and promoting a safer quality of life. This program is offered throughout the city at no cost.

Certified properties in the City of Wildomar


The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program (CFMH) was established in 1992 in Mesa, Arizona. CFMH was established to reduce criminal and illegal activity and to promote a safer environment in rental communities by bringing public safety, tenants and property owners together. This program has been implemented throughout the United States and has spread to other countries with proven results.


Phase I - 8 hour Training to include:

  • Crime Free Multi-Housing Program Overview
  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
  • Gangs and Narcotic Education
  • Codes Enforcement Standards
  • Community Awareness

Phase II – Property Inspections

  • Property inspected with adherence to CPTED standards

Phase III – Community Awareness

  • Crime Prevention social hosted by property management

For more information regarding Crime Free Multi-Housing contact: 
Officer Baca at 951-245-3300

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