Poway Station

San Diego County Sheriff's
Poway Station

13100 Bowron Road

Poway, CA 92064-5775

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Emergency:  9-1-1

Dispatch: (858) 565-5200

Business: (858) 513-2800

Fax: (858) 748-7954

 

 

The Poway Station provides the highest quality law enforcement and safety services to the City of Poway and unincorporated areas just outside the city limits. 

 

Located in northeast San Diego County, with a population of approximately 50,000 residents, Poway is known as “The City in the Country” and prides itself on the fact that over half of the city’s 40 square-mile area is preserved as dedicated open space.

PATROL/COPPS

Patrol deputies respond to calls for service 24 hours a day.  Each patrol deputy is assigned to a geographical “beat” area which enables the deputies to become familiar with the residents and problems in the area.  All patrol deputies are trained in the Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS) philosophy requiring the interaction of neighborhood residents with law enforcement.  Proactive law enforcement is essential for suppressing drug activity, burglaries and gang development in the community.  Patrol deputies are also active in the community during their shift, attending Neighborhood Watch meetings, and making various presentations to youth groups, service groups and schools.

DETECTIVES/SRO’S

Detectives investigate cases involving theft, physical assaults (excluding homicides), sexual assaults, vandalism, burglaries, annoying phone calls and other crimes. Specialized investigative units such as homicide, bomb/arson, financial crimes, domestic violence, child abuse and narcotics handle those specific crimes for the entire Sheriff's jurisdiction, including the City of Poway.

The Detective Division is responsible for investigating all general crime cases and arrests made by patrol deputies.  If the detective assigned to the case determines that there is enough evidence to prove a specific person or persons committed a crime, the case will be forwarded to the San Diego County District Attorney's Office. The DA's office will review the case and determine if the case is suitable for criminal prosecution.

School Resource Officers handle all crimes relating to students at the middle and high school levels in the area serviced by the Poway Sheriff's Station.  These crimes include truancy, tobacco, drug and alcohol related offences as well as other crimes that occur on school grounds.

CRIME PREVENTION

Crime Prevention Specialists provide the following services to businesses, schools, senior citizen groups, churches, youth organizations and civic groups including the following:

▪  Neighbor Watch
▪  Residential & Commercial Security Checks
▪  Operation Identification
▪  Personal Safety Presentations
▪  Children’s Programs
▪  Senior Alert
▪  Business Alert
▪  Crime Free Multi Housing Program (CFMH)

For additional information or to schedule a program, contact the Poway Crime Prevention Unit at (858) 513-2807.

 

Learn more about the Sheriff's Crime Prevention Program

SENIOR VOLUNTEERS:

The San Diego County Sheriff's Senior Volunteer Patrol program is designed to draw upon the experience of senior citizens from our community.  The men and women participating in the Poway Station's program provide valuable assistance to existing staff as it strives to increase the quality of life in the community.  These dedicated volunteers provide many valuable services to the community including:

▪  Home vacation security checks
▪  Visit the homebound (You Are Not Alone - YANA)
▪  Enforce handicapped parking regulations
▪  Abandoned Vehicle Abatement
▪  Patrol in marked SVP vehicles
▪  Child ID Fingerprinting

Volunteers undergo a background check, receive training to perform their duties, and are asked to work a minimum of six hours per week.  Volunteers are always in need.  If interested, please call (858) 513-2855.

 

Learn more about the Sheriff's Senior Volunteer Program