tel. (818) 898-1200      117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
The Support Services Division apply for, implement, and manage all local, state, and federal grants. They develop, implement, and manage the Police Department’s budget, training, background investigations, internal affairs investigations, and community events.
The Support Services consists of:

  • Records Bureau
  • Providing Copies of Reports
  • Civilian Fingerprinting
  • Vehicle Inspections


  • Court Commitment Program
  • Explorer Post 521
  • San Fernando Police Advisory Council
  • Child Safety Seat Inspections


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POLICE FACILITY | Support Services Division
910 First Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
Irwin Rosenberg, Lieutenant
(818) 898-1255 |

Monday through Friday | 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
(818) 898-1279

The Records Bureau is responsible for processing:

  • Arrest Reports of Adults and Juveniles,
  • Crime Reports
  • Citations
  • Restraining Orders
  • Data Entry for Local, State, and Federal Systems
  • Arson, Narcotic, Gang, and Sex Registrants


Sylvia Ortega, Records Supervisor/System Administrator
(818) 898-1279 |

  • Requests for Clearance Letters
  • Court Commitment
  • Vehicle Inspections
  • Court Commitment Program
  • Civilian Fingerprinting

If you were a victim of a crime or were involved in a traffic accident in the City of San Fernando you may obtain a copy of the report in person or by mail. 

  • Cost for a report is $20 (non-refundable)



Police Department | Records Bureau
910 First Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
(818) 898-1279

The San Fernando Police Department offers Live Scan fingerprinting on a walk-in basis. 

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By appointment only, call to schedule your appointment today!



Connie Negrete, Records Specialist
(818) 898-1280 |

The San Fernando Police Department offers vehicle inspections for equipment violations.

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The San Fernando Police Department offers a Court Commitment Program for males only, convicted of non-violent misdemeanor offenses, who are allowed by the court to serve their sentences in a local jail.  


  • Application Fee $50 (non-refundable)
  • Daily Rate Fee $100 (non-refundable)


Police Department | Records Bureau
(818) 898-1279

The San Fernando Police Department founded Law Enforcement Explorer Post 521 over thirty years ago. Our Explorer Program endeavors to teach young people the importance of personal responsibility, while developing their leadership abilities.

The Explorer Program offers young people a variety of hands-on, career-oriented activities that provide the Explorers with a unique insight in the workings of the Police Department, while also providing service to the community.

For young men and women who are interested in a career in the field of law enforcement, exploring offers experimental learning combined with lots of fun-filled, hands-on activities that promote personal growth and development.

Visit the Forms section below for a current application.



The San Fernando Police Advisory Council is made up of local, concerned citizens from businesses and the community at-large who are dedicated to promoting the goals of the San Fernando Police Department and to assist in programs that will benefit the community.


(818) 898-1250 


Crime maps are a monthly view of Part 1 crimes that have been reported to the San Fernando Police Department. Part 1 crimes consist of Homicide, Rape, Robbery, Assault, Burglary, Larceny, Arson and Auto Theft.


The San Fernando Police Department Blotter provides residents with information on activity that has occurred in the community. The Blotter data is accumulated from requests for service from the community and offer initiated activity. Sometimes that true nature of the incident differs from what is initially reported. No assumption of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the content of the information provided.

Nine-one-one is the number to call to get help in a police, fire or medical emergency. A 9-1-1 call is transmitted over dedicated phone lines to the 9-1-1 answering point closest to the caller. Trained personnel then send emergency help as needed.

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El nueve-once es el número de teléfono para recibir asistencia policiaca, de incendio o emergencia médica. La llamada al 9-1-1 se trasmite sobre una línea telefónica dedicada al  centro del 9-1-1 más cercano. Personal entrenado  manda  la asistencia de emergencia necesaria.

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The San Fernando Police Department is always looking for qualified and motivated individuals to become Police Officers.

LATERAL ENTRY: Applicants must be currently employed as a full-time sworn paid Police Officer in the State of California with a Municipal, County or State law enforcement agency and have passed that department's probation period. Applicant shall possess a California POST basic certificate.

PRE-SERVICE TRAINED: In addition to the minimum qualifications included in the job bulletin, applicant must be enrolled at the time of application, or have successfully completed within the twelve month period immediately prior to date of application, a POST approved police officer training academy program; and have not served as a sworn police officer for a law enforcement agency. A reserve police officer training academy is not acceptable. Successful completion of the academy is required prior to appointment.

ENTRY LEVEL: The City of San Fernando is also accepting applications for entry level candidates on an on-going basis until all open positions are filled. Priority is given to lateral and preservice candidates as described in this flyer. Entry level candidates must meet the qualifications/special requirements listed and successfully pass the oral interview, a PELLTB written examination achieving a minimum score of 42, and complete the Physical Agilities Test, which includes completing the 1½ mile run in under 15 minutes. Additionally, the process will require passing background review, psychological examination, polygraph and medical examination. Successful candidates may then be sponsored into a local police academy as a police officer recruit.

 Anonymous Crime Tips (818) 831-5002 | English, Spanish, Korean, Armenian
 Automatic License Plate Reader Policy CLICK HERE to View the Current Policy
 Disaster & Storm Preparedness CLICK HERE to Visit the Disaster & Storm Preparedness Page
 Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS)  (800) 540-4000 
 Crime Maps CLICK HERE to View Crime Maps in San Fernando
 Earthquake Safety Guide
 Elder and Dependent Abuse Hotline  (877) 477-3646 
 Los Angeles County Sheriff's Inmate Locator
 National Domestic Violence Hotline  (800) 799-7233 
 National Suicide Prevention Hotline  (800) 273-8255 
 Police Blotter CLICK HERE to View the Police Blotter
 SFPD Policy Manual CLICK HERE to View the San Fernando Police Department Policy Manual
 SFPD Policy Manual: Rape Elimination Section CLICK HERE to View the San Fernando Police Department Policy Manual: Rape Elimination Section
 Restraining Orders  Chatsworth Court House | 9425 Penfield Avenue, Chatsworth, CA 91331
 Monday through Thursday | 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and 1:30 p to 4:30 pm
 Friday | 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
 Sign up for Public Safety Alerts
 Valley Family Center  (818) 365-8588 |
 Victims Assistance Program  (800) 380-3811 | 
 Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE)  (877) 411-5588 |


Anthony Vairo Chief of Police (818) 898-1250
Nichole Hanchett Police Lieutenant - Patrol Commander (818) 898-1258
Irwin Rosenberg Police Lieutenant - Detective Commander (818) 898-1255


Jorge Cervantes Police Officer - Detective (818) 898-1286
Alex Licea Police Officer - Detective (818) 898-1261
Hector Torres Police Officer - Detective (818) 898-1260


Benny Simonzad Police Sergeant (818) 898-1284
Walter Dominguez Police Sergeant (818) 898-1284
Vacant Police Sergeant (818) 898-1284
Paul Ventimiglia Police Sergeant (818) 898-1284
CJ Chiasson Police Sergeant - Parking Enforcement Disputes (818) 898-1254


CJ Chiasson Police Sergeant (818) 898-1254


Sylvia Ortega Police Records Administrator  (818) 898-1281
Elena Gonzalez Police Administrative Assistant  (818) 898-1250
Connie Negrete  Police Records Specialist  (818) 898-1280
Kallista Uribe Police Records Specialist (p-t) (818) 898-1283
Trevor Tauber Property Control Officer  (818) 898-1277
Danette Guzman  Police Desk Officer  (818) 898-1267
Manuel Lizarraga  Police Desk Officer  (818) 898-1267
Mario Mariscal  Police Desk Officer (818) 898-1267
Marlene Martinez  Police Desk Officer (818) 898-1267
Ivan Moran Police Desk Officer (818) 898-1267
Jessica Ramirez Police Desk Officer (818) 898-1267
Genesis Rueda Police Desk Officer (818) 898-1267
Javier Ruvalcaba Police Desk Officer (818) 898-1267
Anthony Belden Community Service Officer (818) 898-1267
Kathy Cabrera Community Service Officer (818) 898-1267
Elizabeth Padilla Community Service Officer (p-t) (818) 898-1267
Vacant Community Service Officer (p-t) (818) 898-1267
Emily Medina Junior Cadet (p-t) (818) 898-1279
Janet Sandoval Junior Cadet (p-t) (818) 898-1279
Ailita Torosyan Junior Cadet (p-t) (818) 898-1279


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