Duarte Public Safety
Sheriff's Satellite Station
1042 Huntington Drive
Duarte, CA 91010
Monday through Thursday 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Friday & Saturday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Police and fire services in Duarte are provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
To make a criminal report of non-emergency matters, please contact Temple Sheriff's Station at (626) 285-7171 or visit the Duarte Sheriff's Satellite Station during business hours.
To contact LA County Fire Station 44 located at 1105 Highland Ave. Duarte, CA 91010 please call (626) 358-3118.
Please be aware that 9-1-1 emergency calls made from cell phones are first routed through the California Highway Patrol, which causes a delay in response time. Make sure you know exactly what City you are in, so that the CHP can route your call to the correct law enforcement agency without additional delays.
Call (626) 359-5671 Ext 462. - Duarte Public Safety and leave a message (non-traceable number)
Call 1-800-222-tips (8477) or tex the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (27437), or by using the website LA Crime Stoppers
Welcome to the Duarte Department of Public Safety's Web site. We appreciate your visiting the department's home page and encourage you to explore this site to learn more about the Department of Public Safety and the many ways its employees serve Duarte.
Many of the department's programs are featured on this site. As you tour, we hope you will discover information of interest to you, as well as gain access to a variety of the department's services and resources. These pages are here to keep you informed of our community, so together we can all contribute to a safer City of Duarte. Thank you for your interest in the Duarte Public Safety Department. We encourage you to contact our office at (626) 357-7938 for any matter relating to public safety. Or you can email your questions to City of Duarte.
Brian Villalobos Director of Public Safety
The mission of the Duarte Public Safety Department is to protect and enhance the quality of life in our community through a comprehensive program of services in both code and law enforcement in order to preserve life, maintain human rights, protect property and promote education. Through prevention, intervention and suppression we promote individual responsibility and community commitment. We recognize that we cannot be successful without the partnership between our department and the diverse community working together toward this common goal.