Temecula Police Department
The Department employs officers at the rate of about 1 Officer per 1,063 residents. In addition to the main station, there are two substations available to the public for police services at the Promenade Mall Substation, and a second location in Old Town. The Department has a Promenade Mall Team, Traffic Team, Investigation Bureau, SET/Gang team, a Homeless Outreach Team and a Metro Team.
Citation Payment Information
Moving Violations (Traffic)
Pay Moving Violations Online
Non-Moving Violations (Fix-it Ticket)
Pay Non-Moving Violations Online
Pay Parking Citation
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Volunteer With Temecula's Police Department
- Community Action Patrol
- Neighborhood Watch
- Station Volunteers
Find the stations operated by the Temecula Police Department.
The Temecula Police Department has specialized teams that proactively approach issues specific to our community.
Megan's Law is named after 7-year-old Megan Kanka, a New Jersey girl who was raped and killed by a known child molester who had moved across the street from the family without their knowledge. For more than 50 years, California has required dangerous sex offenders to register with their local law enforcement agencies. However, information on the whereabouts of these sex offenders was not available to the public until the implementation of the Child Molester Identification Line in July 1995. The information available was further expanded by California's Megan's Law in 1996 (Chapter 908, Stats. of 1996).
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You can pay your parking citation either by mail or online
Designed to assist in the timely reunification of loved ones who may become displaced from their homes, the program can provide law enforcement crucial information about the registered person even before we arrive at their residence. Individuals with Autism, Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease and Down Syndrome are examples of members of our community who might benefit from this registry. The registry will assist law enforcement personnel by providing critical information including emergency contact information, detailed physical descriptions and photographs. An individual’s communication abilities, routines, behaviors and other helpful information also may be entered to assist law enforcement.