City of San Fernando

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The City of San Fernando is located in the northeast corner of Los Angeles County's San Fernando Valley. Situated between three major freeways, San Fernando is surrounded by the City of Los Angeles. Because of its location, it is a microcosm of its larger neighbor. The City is 2.42 square miles. San Fernando was incorporated on August 31, 1911 and the San Fernando Police Department was established soon thereafter. The Department currently consists of 35 sworn officers and 25 civilian personnel.

The San Fernando Police Department proudly provides a wide variety of services to our community, including:

  • K-9 Program
  • Motorcycle Patrol
  • Uniformed Patrol
  • 911 Emergency Dispatching
  • Criminal and Traffic Collision Investigation
  • Community Resources Management (CRM)
  • Juvenile Diversion Programs
  • Neighborhood and Business Watches
  • Bike Patrol
  • Drunk Driving Checkpoints
  • Volunteer Programs
    • Ham Radio Watch
  • Police Reserve Officers
  • Explorer Post
  • School Crossing Guards

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Police Department Address:
910 First Street
San Fernando CA 91340

Chief's Office:
Interim Chief of Police Robert Parks
Phone: 818-898-1250

 

Contact Information:
Phone: 818-898-1267
Email: cop@ci.san-fernando.ca.us

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San Fernando City Hall, 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
Phone: (818) 898-1200, Fax: (818) 361-7631, Email: info@ci.san-fernando.ca.us
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