San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department - Needles & Colorado River Station

1111 Bailey Avenue
Needles, CA  92363

San Bernardino County
Ross Tarangle, Captain

(760) 326-9200
Non-Emergency Calls

Areas Served:  City of Needles, from the Nevada State line south to Riverside County line and from Arizona State line on the Colorado River to Kelbaker Road.  5200 square miles of unincorporated area and 90 miles of the Colorado River.

About:  The City of Needles contracts with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department for law enforcement services.  Needles is one of the oldest communities on the Colorado River and is approximately 32 square miles.  Route 66 runs right through the town of Needles.  The city has a year-round population of 4,800 but several thousands of visitors come to the area each year.  Some of the services the Needles station provides include Narcotics, SWAT, Arson-Bomb, Crimes Against Children, Homicide, Crime Lab, Aviation and Volunteer Forces.  They also have a Marine Enforcement Unit that patrols the Colorado River.

Below is the Google Map to the Needles Station.

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