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450 E. Latham Ave.
Hemet, CA 92543

Non-Emergency:  (951) 765-2400
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Passenger Killed In Traffic Collision

Active Homicide Investigation

The Hemet Police Department’s Detective Bureau is investigating a Homicide case after discovering a deceased adult female with visible injuries in the 400 block of West Stetson Avenue in Hemet, California.

Passenger Killed In Traffic Collision

Mobile Home Abandoned on Hemet Roadway

The Hemet Police Department responded to a traffic hazard. When officers arrived on scene, they located half of a double-wide mobile home on a trailer that had been abandoned within the westbound lanes of Stetson Avenue near Lyon Avenue in Hemet.

Passenger Killed In Traffic Collision

Homicide Investigation

The Hemet Police Department is conducting a Homicide Investigation following the discovery of a deceased male found near the 200 block of North San Jacinto Street in Hemet, CA.

Passenger Killed In Traffic Collision

Officer-Involved Shooting

Hemet, CA – On Saturday, August 13, 2022, at about 4:54 am, a Hemet Police Officer conducted a traffic stop of a Black BMW sedan for vehicle code violations. The driver of the vehicle initially pulled over and stopped in the 1700 block of W. Florida Ave.

Passenger Killed In Traffic Collision

Arrest in Homicide Investigation

Hemet, CA — On Thursday, August 4, at approximately 8:49 pm, the Hemet Public Safety Communications Center received a call requesting a welfare check on an elderly female in a residence in the 1900 block of Calle Amargosa.

Rev Up Safety: May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

During Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in May, the Hemet Police Department would like to remind drivers to always look twice for motorcycles. By practicing safe driving habits and taking shared responsibility on our roads, we can help everyone arrive at their destination safely.

first annual autism acceptance and resource fair

Join us in our first ever Autism Acceptance and Resource Fair on Saturday, April 27th from 1:00PM-5:00PM at 200 N. Harvard Street (rear of the Hemet Public Library). This is a free-community event in support of Autism Acceptance, and helping the community find local resources. This event will include demonstrations, sensory activities, crafts, vendors, resources and prizes.