Enforcement Programs

Traffic Unit


The Hesperia Police Department Traffic Unit is responsible for enforcing vehicle equipment, traffic and speed laws, as well as investigating traffic collisions within city limits.  

Off-Highway Vehicle Enforcement Team (OHV)

The
Hesperia Police Department Off-Highway Vehicle Enforcement Team is charged with enforcing State and municipal OHV laws and rules within the City. 

Gang Team/Multiple Enforcement Team (MET) 


Making Hesperia A Safer Place



Gang Team/Multiple Enforcement Team (MET)
The
Gang Team/Multiple Enforcement Team is charged with the investigation of gang-related crime, the suppression of gang activity and the administration and use of criminal intelligence related to gangs.
The
y are also responsible for investigating and resolving chronic, serious law enforcement problems and conditions that may not be appropriate for the patrol-level because of their complexity or size. The Gang Team is charged with the following:

The Gang / MET Team is responsible for the following:

  • Investigate gang-related crimes
  • Suppress gang activity and graffiti
  • Gather intelligence on known and suspected gang members
  • Assist patrol with complex or lengthy investigations
  • Partner with Parole and Probation to combat crime
  • Respond to citizen's requests for continued nuisances, disturbances or quality of life issues

To share information and coordinate criminal investigations and prosecution, the Gang Team partners with a variety of other agencies including:

Off-Highway Vehicle Enforcement Team


Dirt Bikes & ATVs 

The Hesperia Police Department Off-Highway Vehicle Enforcement Team is charged with enforcing State and municipal OHV laws and rules within the City. Using a variety of vehicles and methods, the OHV Team resolves noise, dust and other annoyance issues involved with the operation of dirt bikes and ATVs within the City.

Hesperia Police Department OHV Enforcement Grant


The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, Hesperia Station in cooperation with the City of Hesperia has applied for grant funding from the State of California Department of State Parks, Off Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division. 
 
This grant is for off-highway vehicle enforcement in the City of Hesperia. The project will provide funding for staff to work specific operations throughout the year.