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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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  • Don't dart out of driveways or from between parked cars.
  • Stop at all stop signs.
  • Be careful when checking traffic and don’t swerve when looking over your shoulder.
  • Always go with the traffic flow and keep to the far side of the road.
  • Always wear you helmet.
  • Use hand signals when making movements.
  • Never allow another person to ride on your bike with you.
  • Always ride single file in-groups of riders.
  • Exercise courtesy and drive defensively always watching cars.
  • Know local and state laws regarding bicycles.
  • Walk your bike across any street or when in a crosswalk.
  • Wear bright clothing and use lights when riding at night.
  • Know and record your make, model, and serial number of your bike.
  • Register your bike with the local police or sheriff.

...and always lock your bike when leaving it unattended.

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