Palm Springs Police Department

200 South Civic Drive
Palm Springs, CA  92262

Riverside County
Bryan Reyes, Chief of Police

City-Operated Agency

911 or (760) 327-1441
Emergency Calls

(760) 327-1441
Non-Emergency Calls

(760) 323-8116
Station Calls

About:  The mission of the Palm Springs Police Department is, "The men and women of the Palm Springs Police Department, empowered by and in partnership with the community, are dedicated to providing professional, ethical and courteous service to all."  There are currently 93 sworn police officers.  They provide public safety services, including patrol, investigations, traffic control, airport support and bicycle patrol.  The department also provides dispatchers, a crime lab, animal control and Rangemaster. 

The population of Palm Springs is close to 50,000 people, but that number can double in the winter season.  Palm Springs hosts approximately 2.5 million overnight visitors a year. 

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