The Walnut Sheriff's Station serves the cities of Walnut, Diamond Bar, and unincorporated areas of Rowland Heights and Covina. The Sheriff's personnel provide a number of programs and services to keep Walnut a safe community. Programs serving Walnut include Bike Patrol, Volunteers on Patrol, Neighborhood Watch, and Substance Abuse Narcotics Education to name a few. This station is under the guidance of Captain Alfred Reyes. For more information on these or other services contact the Walnut Sheriff's Station at (909) 595-2264.
Walnut Sheriff's Station
21695 E. Valley Boulevard
VOLUNTEERS ON PATROL
To become a VOP, you need to be 18 years of age or older, not be convicted of a felony crime, have a valid California driver’s license and must also undergo a background investigation. VOPs work at least 16 hours per month and attend regularly scheduled meetings.
Applications are available at the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station located at 21695 E. Valley Boulevard or contact Volunteer Coordinator Sergeant Darren Luter at firstname.lastname@example.org.