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Yes. Please call 559-846-6633 to report your vacation information or complete the patrol check form (PDF) and submit to the Police Department.
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Complete the Request for Police Report (PDF) and submit to the Kerman Police Department. Please note there is a $12 cost for the report and it may take up to 10 working days to process this request.
Hard copies Monday through Friday during business hours and Live Scan - by appointment only Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
First, you will need to provide us with the vehicle license plate number or VIN. If the vehicle is currently registered, under most circumstances, we can issue a release. You will be responsible for towing and storage fees to the tow company. You may also be responsible for administrative fees to the Kerman Police Department depending on the situation.
If your vehicle was impounded for driving without a license, suspended license or DUI, it can be held in impound for a period of 30 days. You will have to contact the Records Department at 559-846-6633, for more information.
You may contact Kerman Police Department at 559-846-6633.
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The Police Department does not handle the restraining order process. Our duty is to enforce the restraining orders after they have been issued by the court. To obtain a restraining order contact the Fresno Superior Court.
First, talk to your neighbor and ask for their cooperation. If you need immediate assistance call the dispatch line at 559-846-8800 or 559-600-3111.
For any life threatening emergencies, you should dial 911. For non- emergencies, you may call the call the dispatch line at 559-846-8800 or 559-600-3111 to report. Calls can remain anonymous.
You can call 559-846-8800 and ask to speak to the supervising sergeant.
Megan’s law makes it legal for the public to learn about registered sex offenders in the State of California and in their own community. The information can now be viewed online through the California Attorney General’s Office.