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A Message from Sheriff Margaret Mims

Sheriff MimsAs Sheriff of Fresno County it is my pleasure to welcome you to the Sheriff’s Office web site. This site is in furtherance of our ongoing effort to work with our communities to keep Fresno County safe by providing up to date information and access to you, the public we serve.

The men and women of the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office are dedicated to providing the finest quality law enforcement and correctional services.

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Because you and your children are so important to us we have placed a few basic tips to help keep you and your children safe.

  • Walk your neighborhood with your children. Show them safe places they can go in an emergency, like a neighbor’s house, a McGruff Safe House, or an open store. Make sure they are taking the safest route to and from school.
  • Check your neighborhood for areas that threaten children’s safety.
    • Wooded areas.
    • High shrubbery.
    • Abandoned buildings.
    • Bad lighting in certain areas.
  • Make sure children know their full name, address, and phone number and how to make an emergency phone call both from home and at public facilities.
  • Never leave young children home alone, and older children should know how to reach a parent at all times.
  • Thoroughly check the references and background of all daycare and babysitters.
  • Talk to your children about stranger danger and good touch bad touch.
  • Make your children know they can come to you and tell you anything.
  • Always know where your kids are, and whom they are with.
  • Set a good example, remember children learn more by example than words.
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