For over a century, Dinuba has maintained a forward thinking attitude and strives to positively impact the economic vitality and enhance the quality of life in the region. Read More
- (559) 591-TIP1 (8471) - Anonymous Tip line - Leave an anonymous message pertaining to illegal activity within the City.
- (559)591-4445 - Project Listen Message line - If you would like to be contacted, please leave your name, address and phone number on the answering machine, and a Project Listen Volunteer will contact you.
Community Volunteer Patrol
The Community Volunteers are a group of civic-minded residents who have expressed an interest in working toward a better community. The volunteers are trained in police operations during an eight-session Volunteer Academy. Once they have completed the training, the volunteers are released for ride-a-longs, patrol, district attorney paperwork delivery and community event assistance. Investigators and patrol officers normally conduct these details, their time is free providing direct services to the Community.
This program is part of the overall Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving Philosophy that is employed by the Department and City Government of Dinuba. The Program is a relationship building activity used by the front line officers and supervisors to provide opportunity for communications with the community. It has been very effective in identifying concerns, problems and approaches in dealing with issues.
On May 30, 2014 at approximately 9:20 AM Dinuba Police Officers were dispatched to the Dinuba Fire Department for a possible gunshot victim. Upon arrival, they found that a male subject had been shot in his upper body. The male subject was transported to an area hospital where his condition will not be disclosed. The incident apparently occurred in the 1000 block of Elizabeth Way and the victim was taken to the Fire Department. The Dinuba Police Department is investigating the incident and is asking assistance from the Community. If you have any information, please call Dinuba Police Department at 591-5911 or 591-TIP1 to remain anonymous.
Dinuba Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying two suspects involved in an embezzlement case.
On 5/29/14, two adult subjects used someone else’s Identity rented equipment from a local business and has not returned the equipment as agreed upon. Dinuba Police Department is asking the assistances from the public to help identify both the female and male subjects.
If anybody has information regarding theses suspects, they are urged to contact Det. J. Jobe at the Dinuba Police at 559-591-5911 or you may remain anonymous by calling the hot line at 559-591-8471.