Temecula Police

  Jeffrey Kubel 
Chief of Police
The Police Department is under the leadership of Police Chief Jeffrey Kubel.

The Temecula Police Department employs officers at the rate of about 1 Officer per 973 residents. Temecula has two storefront police locations (one in Old Town Temecula and one in the Promenade Mall), a traffic team, investigations bureau, and special teams to deal with drugs and gang-related issues.

Temecula Police Department - Main Station
30755-A Auld Road, Murrieta, CA 92563

(951) 696-3000 Office
(800) 950-2444, choose Option 5 - Non-Emergency Calls - 24 hours
(951) 696-HELP (4357) for Temecula Residents


For Emergencies Please Dial 9-1-1


Citation Payment Information:
Moving Violations (Traffic) (951) 222-0384 or (951) 696-3000
Pay online at http://www.riverside.courts.ca.gov/epayit

Non-moving Violations (Fix-it Ticket) (951) 506-5130
Pay online at www.ticketwizard5000.com or call (800) 989-2058 or (800)979-4447

Volunteer with Temecula's Police Department:
Posse, Reserves, ExplorersCommunity Action Patrol, Station Volunteers, Neighborhood Watch

Police Direct Contact Information:


Chief Jeffrey Kubel
(951) 696-3000
JKubel@riversidesheriff.org
Lt. Greg Negron
(951) 696-3000
GNegron@riversidesheriff.org
Lt. Doug McGrew
(951) 696-3000
DMcGrew@riversidesheriff.org
 




Police Teams

The Temecula Police Department has specialized teams that proactively approach issues specific to our community.

Police Storefronts

The Temecula Police Department has two Police Storefronts to better serve our citizens.

Megan's Law

Megan's Law is named after seven-year-old Megan Kanka, a New Jersey girl who was raped and killed by a known child molester who had moved across the street from the family without their knowledge.