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Riverside California Police Station Address: 4102 Orange St, Riverside, CA 92501, United States

1 day ago

Due to a traffic collision investigation underway, Indiana Ave, between Musket Wy and Sayward Cir, will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic for a while. Please use alternate routes while we investigate. https://t.co/zYyEkth801

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2 days ago
RIVERSIDE: Shooting investigation from Fern St. and Madison St. in the Casa Blanca neighborhood.

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4 days ago
RIVERSIDE: There are some new traffic signals popping up around our city. Take a look at this video to help familiarize yourself on how they work. Have a fantastic day and drive safe!


5 days ago

Please stay clear of the Mt. Ribidoux area for an ongoing arson investigation. An officer did sustain injuries that are non-life-threatening in nature. Further updates are to come.

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Riverside Police Department shared Riverside Police Explorers Post 714’s post.24 hours ago

This past weekend, the National Latino Peace Officer’s Association Inland Chapter hosted the Officer Down Memorial Scholarship Banquet. The event honors fallen California Highway Patrol Officer Reuben F. Rios Sr. As a result, a scholarship was created for High School seniors in his honor. Our very own Police Explorer Lt. Luevano won this prestigious award along with three other outstanding youth. Thank you NLPOA Inland Empire Chapter, and congratulations Police Explorer Lt. Luevano for a job well done.

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Due to a traffic collision investigation underway, Indiana Avenue, between Musket Way and Sayward Circle, will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic for a while. Please use alternate routes while our officers investigate. Thanks!

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On Saturday, April 21, 2018, at approximately 8:13 p.m., Riverside Police Officers responded to the area of Fern Avenue and Madison Street, in the Casa Blanca neighborhood of Riverside, regarding a possible traffic collision with an overturned vehicle and subject trapped inside. At about the same time, The City of Riverside’s Emergency Dispatch Center also received several calls of shots fired at this location. When officers arrived on scene, they located a Hispanic male victim suffering a gunshot wound inside the vehicle. Paramedics with the Riverside Fire Department responded and the victim was taken to a local hospital in grave condition.

Detectives from the Robbery – Homicide Unit and Gang Intelligence Unit, along with technicians with Forensics Unit, responded to assume investigation. There are no other details available at this time.

If anyone has information about this incident, please contact Detective Jim Brandt at (951) 353-7137 or jbrandt@riversideca.gov, or Detective Mike Medici at (951) 353-7104 or mmedici@riversideca.gov. Those wishing to remain anonymous can email rpdtips@riversideca.gov or utilize the Riverside Police Department’s mobile app “Submit at Tip” feature while referencing incident number P18073303.

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Riverside Police Department shared Riverside DUI Enforcement’s photo.3 days ago

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There are some new traffic signals popping up around our city. Take a look at this video to help familiarize yourself on how they work. Have a fantastic day and drive safe!


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Riverside introduces new traffic signals; find out how they work.

The Riverside Public Works Department wants you to know how the new left turn signals work. These new signals will help improve traffic flow and increase dri…
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Around 9:30 a.m. today, officers responded to Mount Rubidoux for reports of a suspected arsonist setting small fires along the mountainside. A Riverside Fire Department Arson Investigator also responded and met up with our police officer and sergeant. They drove up the mountain while the RPD Air Support Unit – Air1 was overhead searching for the suspect. Air-1 spotted a subject matching the description and directed the officers and investigator to his location. As they approached this person, he fled down a steep embankment of the mountain. Both the police officer and arson investigator pursued that suspect on foot and down this embankment while ordering him to stop. The suspect did not comply with their commands but was taken into custody. Our police officer sustained an injury to his knee during this incident.

Due to the leg injury, steep terrain, and distance from the walking path, RFD’s Technical Rescue Team responded and evacuated our officer from the mountain before he was taken to a local hospital. Fortunately, his injury was not serious and the officer was later released after treatment.

Javon Strange, a 40-year-old transient of Riverside, was found to be on Post Release Community Supervision. He was arrested and later booked into jail for arson, resisting arrest, and probation violations.

We are very thankful for the assistance the Riverside Fire Department provided during this incident to help take the suspect into custody and help our officer.