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Mission Statement

The Parlier Police Department is dedicated to providing a philosophy of community policing where by Parlier Police Department Officers will work pro-actively to solve problems. The Parlier Police Department will work together with the community and the City of Parlier to solve contemporary problems related to crime, fear of crime, social and physical disorder, and neighborhood decay.

Our goal is to deliver professional services, assuring safety, while bringing the neighborhood people together to establish mutual trust and support and creating partnerships.

The Parlier Police Department Officers are committed to treating all people with dignity, fairness and respect, protecting their rights and providing equal protection under the law.

  • Our traffic units are out enforcing and ensuring your safety.  Our goal is to educate drivers and make them aware of violations.  The most common violations are speeding, failure to stop for posted stop signs, cellular phones use while driving and lack of attention while driving.  The State of California requires a valid driver’s license and insurance anything less and your vehicle may be towed.
  • With the assistance of Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) the department has received grant monies for stopping and prosecuting all subjects driving under the influence (DUI).  Our department has a ZERO TOLERANCE for DUI drivers and minors driving with any detectable trace of alcohol shall be charged administratively and lose their driving privilege for one year.
  • If anyone interested in Neighborhood Watch please contact Officer Thomas Rodriguez at (559) 646-6600.
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English Version
Version en Español
Courtesy Notice
Note: Permit need to be requested five (5) days in advance.
Nota: Necesita que el permiso sea solicitado cinco (5) días por adelantado.
Water Resolution
Noise Ordinance
Name of Form English Version Version en Español
Conditions for Ride-Along Download
Report / Incident Request Download Bajar
Request for Information Download
Tow Hearing Request Download
Jail Release Form Download
Crime Victim Assistance Center Download
Citizen Complaint & Commendation Procedures Download Bajar
Citizen Report Download Bajar

Fee Schedule

Police Reports $15
Fingerprints (Ink) $15 per card
Live Scan Fingerprints Varies
Community Services $50
Citation Sign Offs $15
Local Records Check $20
VIN Verifications $15

Vehicle Release Fees

DUI or a Felony arrest requiring booking at FCJ $275
Suspended License or any Misdemeanor with Warrant Arrest $150
Unlicensed Driver, Citation tows and Stored Vehicles $100

If you request a hearing for 30 day impound or any other impounded vehicle you must complete a written request for hearing. Appointments will be made on the earliest date and time possible.

Animal Control Fees

Animal Pick-up $15
Animal Impound $7 per day
Animal License $12 if spayed and neutered

$24 if not spayed and neutered

All dogs are kept 5 days in impound then transfered over to SPCA (559) 233-7722.



Website Links

Fresno County Sheriff’s Department

Fresno County Courts Information

Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.)

California Megan’s Law

Victims bill of Rights

Marsey’ Law

The California constitution, Article 1, Section 28, confers certain rights to victims of crime.

To be informed about these 16 rights visit the Attorney General’s website at:

To obtain information on the Victim Witness Assistance Center nearest to you contact:


Contact Us

Parlier Police Department
8770 S. Mendocino Ave. Ste. A
Parlier, CA 93648
Office (559) 646-6600
Dispatch 1-800-522-0086
Emergency 9-1-1

If you have any questions, concerns, or report something and remain anonymous (this is for non-emergency issues or events, please give us 3-4 working days to respond)

To whom it may concern

CAPE: Community assisted Police Enforcement:
The Parlier police department is proud to announce its newly adopted volunteer graffiti abatement program “CAPE.” The Parlier police department in partnership with various non-profit organizations have joined forces to improve the cities appearance through graffiti removal. The objective of the graffiti program will focus on maintaining an aesthetic appearance through the use of volunteers from varies community organizations. The program currently consists of the Parlier Boys and Girls Club of America, Lions Club, Leos Club, City of Parlier Public Works, Parlier Unified School District NJROTC, Parlier Jr. High After School Program, Parlier Youths Center of America and the Parlier Police department.

The program is scheduled to meet once a month to saturate a designated area of the city for graffiti removal.

The Parlier Police department would like to encourage its’ youth to take part in this endeavor of giving back to the community.

Recruitment of volunteers is an ongoing yearly process; applicants can contact any of the youth organization aforementioned and the Parlier Police Department.


Chief of Police: David Cerda Date: 03/11/2013

Telephone Numbers

Parlier Police Department
8770 S. Mendocino Ave. Ste. A
Parlier, CA 93648
Office (559) 646-6600
Dispatch 1-800-522-0086
Emergency 9-1-1


Marjaree Mason Center (Domestic Violence)
1600 M Street
Fresno CA 93721
(559) 237-4706
24-Hour Hotline (559) 233-HELP (4357)


Centro La Familia
2014 Tulare St. Suite 717 (T.W. Patterson Bldg.)
Fresno CA 93721
(559) 237-2961


Child Custody Program (C.C.P.)
350 N. Van Ness Ave.
Fresno CA 93701
(559) 268-4227

Fresno County DA’s Office (559) 488-3141
Reedley Police Department (559) 637-4250
Kingsburg Police Department (559) 897-2931
Fowler Police Department (559) 834-3254
Sanger Police Department (559) 875-8521
Selma Police Department (559) 896-2525
Road Conditions 1-800-427-ROAD (7623)
PAC Auto Towing (559) 646-9811
Fresno CHP (559) 441-5400
Fresno Sheriff Department 1-800-522-0086
Poison Control 1-800-222-1222