Law Enforcement in Fallbrook
The Fallbrook Substation serves a population of over 52,000 people in the North County unincorporated communities of Fallbrook, Bonsall, Rainbow, and De Luz. This sprawling 137 square mile command is patrolled by the Department’s largest substation which provides a wide variety of public safety services to the community.
The Sheriff's Department is committed to a continued partnership with the community to keep the area a safe place for families and business.
Deputies are on-duty 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. They respond to each and every call for service. In addition to responding to calls for service deputies patrol the community, conduct preliminary investigations, attend community events such as Neighborhood Watch meetings and make presentations to youth groups and schools. Detectives are on call 24 hours a day to respond to major or complex crime scenes.
SENIOR VOLUNTEER PATROL
Senior volunteers have served the Fallbrook Substation and community since 1995. These volunteers contribute many thousands of service hours each year to the community. Approximately 60 dedicated volunteers provide many valuable services to the community, including:
- Vacation home security checks (maximum of 90 days)
- Visit the homebound (You Are Not Alone - YANA)
- Enforce disabled parking regulations
- Patrol in marked SVP vehicles
- Assist Crime Prevention with public presentations
- Conduct residential and business security surveys
Volunteers undergo a background check, receive training to perform their duties, and are asked to work a minimum of six hours per week. Volunteers are always in need. If interested, please contact us at (760) 451-3144.
To learn more about the Senior Volunteer program, click HERE.