Fresno County Sheriff’s Homicide detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying the body found yesterday near Orange & Clayton.
Distracted driving is one of the most common contributors to traffic collisions. It is a problem that affects all road users.
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Surviving an active shooter event.
Tune in to Mega Oldies 97.9 every Tuesday morning at 6:30am for the Sheriff’s Most Wanted Person of the Week.
As 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.
Neighborhood Watch Citizens' patrol groups are designed to further the partnership between the Fresno County Sheriff's Office and the community it serves. The goal of the program is crime prevention, emphasizing the aspect of deterrence through visibility.
The primary tasks of citizens on patrol are to provide crime deterrence through high-visibility patrols, report in-progress crimes, and documentation of suspicious persons, activities, and unsafe neighborhood conditions.
Citizen patrols are limited to pre-designated areas selected by the Fresno County Sheriff's Neighborhood Watch Association. Currently, there are organized citizen patrol groups in the following areas: Biola, Caruthers, Calwa, Chestnut/Princeton, Del Rey, Easton, Fig Garden, Grantland/Shields, Mendota, Sunnyside, Squaw Valley, and Tarpey. Efforts are in progress to create groups in other areas of the county.