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Police Department
As dedicated public servants we will strive: For the continual pursuit of justice; For fair and equal application of the law; To treat all persons with dignity and respect, and conduct ourselves in accordance with the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics; For innovative and effective management of our resources; To create and maintain an atmosphere that encourages community input, participation, and partnerships.

Chief Ninus (Nino) C. Amirfar

Hello and welcome to the City of Turlock Police Department webpage. I am very proud to introduce our department of exceptional staff, both sworn and non-sworn. Our priority and commitment is providing the service that our community has come to expect from its police department.

We strive to incorporate all aspects of community policing, inclusive of community collaboration and input, to deliver services that continue to enhance the quality of life in the City of Turlock.

We are committed to public safety, service and excellence. We continue to build upon the trust our community has in its police department by being attentive to its needs and developing action plans inclusive of community input through outreach and community governance.

We are excited for the future as we move towards enhancements in both services and technology. As we face challenges together, we can succeed through the development of our relationships and collaborations with our community and business partners. Our future is bright, and I welcome you to the city of Turlock.

(209) 664-7302
namirfar@turlock.ca.us

ABOUT US
Information about divisions under Turlock Police Department, as well as our data and statistics.

CRIME
Current crime information, report a crime, police services against crime, burglar alarm response policy, and crime prevention classes

PERMITS
Information on how to apply for bingo game permits, concealed weapons permits (CCW), dance hall permits, and other permits necessary to do business within the city of Turlock.

VEHICLE RELATED ISSUES / INFO
What to do if you've received a parking citation, your vehicle has been towed or impounded, if you are looking for a traffic report of an incident you were involved in, if your vehicle has been orange tagged, if you need to report a stolen vehicle, if you need help with vehicle VIN verification, or help with what to do after a vehicle accident.

SERVICES
How to get a copy of a police report, how to get a police clearance letter, Live Scan fingerprinting appointments, Offender Registration, and how to get our police volunteers (VIPS) to check your house while you’re away on vacation.

GET HELP WITH
What to do if you need to recover your personal property that has been booked by the police department, what to do if you are having blight or issues within your neighborhood, what to do if you are experiencing domestic issues, or if you are needing resources to help you grieve with the result of a critical incident.

GET INVOLVED
Whether you’re interested a career in law enforcement, just want to volunteer your time, or are interested in the inner workings about how our department operates as an important function to ensure the success of our city, getting involved benefits not only you, but the police department and our community as well.

PERSONAL SAFETY
Information about our Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) classes, home safety tips, what to do about cyber bullying, information about Adult Protective Services (APS), and other important tips, classes, and information for your personal safety.

COMPLAINTS/COMMENDATIONS
Information about how to complain or commend a Turlock Police officer or employee.
On Social Media

Wishing everyone a happy and safe Memorial Day! #turlockpolice #turlockpd #turlock #happymemorialday
Posted on Facebook today

Click-it-or-Ticket

Face the Facts:
In 2015, there were 662 children 12 and younger killed in motor vehicle crashes. Of those deaths, more than a third (35%) were unrestrained.

#ClickItOrTicket #turlockpolice #turlockpd #turlock
Posted on Facebook today

Click-It-Or-Ticket: Face the Facts

Men make up the majority of those killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes. In 2015, 65 percent of the 22,441 passenger vehicle occupants killed were men. So it comes as no surprise that they wear their seat belts at a lower rate than women do – 52 p...
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Posted on Facebook today

Report a Crime Online
When a non-emergency crime has been committed, you may benefit from reporting the crime online. It is convenient for you to use and easy to access 24 hours a day.
Posted on Facebook today

Have you heard about Trixie yet?

Trixie was last seen by her family in Kentucky 2 1/2 - 3 years ago. The Crews family did everything they could to try to find her, but unfortunately they never found out what happened to her.

Until last week, a Good Samaritan found Trixie in Turloc...
(read more)
Posted on Facebook 1 day ago

Click or Ticket—Day and Night

High-visibility seat belt enforcement is important 24 hours a day, but nighttime is especially deadly for unbuckled occupants. In 2015, 57 percent of passenger vehicle occupants killed at night (6 p.m. – 5:59 a.m.) were not wearing their seat belt...
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Posted on Facebook 1 day ago

Click-it-or-Ticket: Bust the Myths

Seating position: Too many people wrongly believe they are safe in the back seat unrestrained. Forty-seven percent of all front-seat passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in 2015 were unrestrained, but 57 percent of those killed in back seats were ...
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Posted on Facebook 1 day ago

Click-it-or-Ticket: Bust the Myths

Vehicle type: There seems to be a misconception among those who drive and ride in pickup trucks: that their large vehicles will protect them better than other vehicles would in a crash. But the numbers say otherwise. Sixty percent of pickup truck occupants...
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Posted on Facebook 2 days ago

Congratulations THS Senior Class of 2017! �� #turlock #turlockpolice #turlockpd Turlock High School
Posted on Facebook 2 days ago

Congratulations to the graduating classes of 2017!

With that, let's all remember that there are graduation ceremonies happening at different locations throught the city for the remainder of the week.

These Ceremonies will draw large crowds and additional traffic congestion. Please...
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Posted on Facebook 3 days ago
*UPDATE*
Taylor / N Walnut is now open. Thank you for your patience.
Posted on Facebook 3 days ago

Our SRO's and additional officers were at the Pitman High School graduation last night! Congrats Class of 2017! ��#turlockpd #turlockpolice #turlock
Posted on Facebook 3 days ago
*UPDATE*

Taylor / N Walnut is now open. Thank you for your patience.

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* ATTENTION *

Vehicle accident at Taylor / N Walnut. Please avoid the area.
Posted on Facebook 3 days ago

Congratulations to the Turlock High Class of 2017!

Remember, when in the area of Turlock High this evening, pay attention and be cautious for extra pedestrians and traffic. Don't text and drive, say no to distracted driving.

#turlockpolice #turlockpd
Posted on Facebook 3 days ago

Check out this video from Project Remember, that our very own Sergeant Cervenka is proud to be a part of. The video is promotion for the Peace Officers Memorial Run to honor the fallen officers from Stanislaus County.

Project Remember consists of ten active law enforcement officers and one ...
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Posted on Facebook 3 days ago

We're hiring for: EMERGENCY SERVICES DISPATCHER I/II (with experience)

Salary: $3,789.00 - $4,722.00 Monthly
Job Type: FULL-TIME

Apply today and/or share with your friends!

#turlockdispatchers #turlockpolice #turlockpd #turlock #dispatcherjobs #hiring
Posted on Facebook 3 days ago

Click-It-Or-Ticket!

Did you Know:
60% of pickup truck occupants who were killed in 2015 were not buckled up. In real life you don’t get a second chance. That's why cops give tickets.

#ClickItOrTicket #turlockpolice #turlockpd #turlock #ArriveAlive
Posted on Facebook 3 days ago

Have you heard about Trixie yet?

Trixie was last seen by her family in Kentucky 2 1/2 - 3 years ago. The Crews family did everything they could to try to find her, but unfortunately they never found out what happened to her.

Until last week, a Good Samaritan found Trixie in Turloc...
(read more)
Posted on Facebook 3 days ago

PRESS RELEASE: MAIL THIEF ARRESTED

On Thursday May 25, 2017, at approximately 12:05 PM officers from the Turlock Police Department Community Outreach Response and Engagement (CORE) team stopped Gerald Clancy, 45 of Turlock, for a vehicle code violation. Clancy was arrested for driving on ...
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Posted on Facebook 4 days ago



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