- Community Relations
- Child Identification Program
- Crime Stoppers
- Megan’s Law Website
- Police Tours
- Speakers Bureau / Information Displays
The Community Relations Bureaus provides fingerprint kits for parents with children. The kit includes all the information a police department would need in case a child is missing. This kit also includes a color photo of the child.
The Baldwin Park Police Department has partnered with the Los Angeles (LA) Regional Crime Stoppers anonymous crime reporting program. Crime Stoppers is a confidential tip line where citizens with information about a crime can call a hotline, text, or log into the Crime Stoppers website and provide tip information. Crime Stoppers is 100% anonymous. Each caller is assigned a private code and their identity is always encrypted. If the information leads to an arrest, the tipster is eligible to receive a reward of up to $1,000.
Anonymous tips can be submitted 3 ways:
Tip hotline call centers are open 24 hours a day seven days a week.
Ways That Callers Can Leave Tips Anonymously
- To submit a tip by telephone, call 800-222-TIPS (8477).
- To submit a tip by internet visit:
In response to seven-year-old Megan Kanka's (from Hamilton Township, New Jersey) sexual assault and murder by a convicted sex offender on July 29, 1994, the federal government passed legislation making it mandatory for all sex offenders to register with local law enforcement, and making this information available to the public.
California's Megan's Law provides the public with certain information on the locations of sex offenders so that our local communities can protect themselves and their children.
View the State of California Megan's Law Website, a database of registered sex offenders in California. Interested viewers must schedule an appointment and have proper identification.
The Community Relations Bureau regularly conducts tours of the police station for school and community groups. Visitors have an opportunity to visit our police jail, communications center, and police firing range.
The Community Relations Bureau provides police professionals for speaking engagements at community organizations, service clubs, and other special requests.