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Hemet, CA 92543

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Gang Task Force and P.A.C.T. Sweep

Gang Task Force and P.A.C.T. Sweep

Hemet, Calif. — On October 4, 2023, Operation “10-4”, a large-scale joint operation between the Riverside County Regional Gang Task Force (Region 3) and Central P.A.C.T. (Post-release Accountability & Compliance Team) conducted an operation that focused on compliance checks and warrant services on those individuals on Parole, Probation, Mandatory Supervision, and Post Release Community Supervision (P.R.C.S.). The locations were in the City of Hemet, City of San Jacinto and surrounding areas.

Approximately 150 law enforcement personnel participated in this operation, involving the following teams from the Riverside County Regional Gang Task Force (Region 1- Coachella Valley, Region 2-Banning/Beaumont Region 3- Hemet/San Jacinto, Region 4- Murrieta/Temecula, Region 6- Lake Elsinore/Perris and Region 7- Corona/Norco), Central P.A.C.T, East P.A.C.T, San Jacinto Special Enforcement Team, Beaumont Crime Suppression Unit, Lake Matthews Special Enforcement Team, Hemet PD R.O.C.S. Team, Murrieta PD Special Enforcement Team and Community Policing Team, Menifee Special Enforcement Team and POP team, Riverside County Probation, RAID (Riverside Auto-Theft Interdiction Detail), California State Parole, and Riverside County Sheriff’s Dept.- Cois Byrd Detention Center Team participated in the operation.

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.