Paramount Sheriff's Station | 15001 Paramount Blvd. | Paramount, CA 90723 | (562) 220-2002 M-Su: 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. | Director, Adriana Lopez
In law enforcement, the concept of "beat patrolling" has become a popular trend. The Paramount Sheriff's Station has been using the BEAT system for the past few years to great success.
Getting to Know Your BEAT Deputy
The City is divided into four BEAT (areas). Each BEAT also has a lead deputy that serves as the main contact for that BEAT. Being assigned to a specific part of town, the officers get to know the neighborhood up close. At the same time, residents and business owners develop relationships with their BEAT deputy. Our Public Safety Department credits this kind of community-based policing with helping to reduce violent crime in Paramount. If you have any questions about the BEAT system, contact our Public Safety Department at (562) 220-2002.
For more information, contact Paramount's Public Safety Department at (562) 220-2002.
Contact Your Beat Deputy
If this is an emergency or you need to report a crime in progress, please call 911 immediately.
If you wish to contact the deputy responsible for your neighborhood, simply move the cursor to the approximate location of your home on the map below and click your mouse. A form will then appear to let you email your deputy. You may anonymously report crime information, request a meeting with your Beat Deputy or simply express a concern. No one will contact you unless you request to be contacted. We hope you find this tool useful. The goal of the Sheriff's Department and the City of Paramount is to continually improve law enforcement services to the community.