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If this is your first notice, then it serves as a warning and there is no fine involved. If you are issued subsequent notices, you are subject to a fine. Fines can only be paid in the Water Department office at City Hall.
If you believe there are valid, mitigating circumstances related to your violation of the party ordinance, you may request a mitigation hearing by calling the Police Department within 10 days of the notice date. There is a non-refundable $25 charge required to initiate a mitigation hearing, payable by either cash or check at the Police Department or the City Water Department Office located at City Hall.If you have any questions, would like more information, or would like to set up a mitigation hearing, please call the Hesperia Police Department at (760) 947-1500.
There is a $10 charge for each report copy, payable by cash or check. The Police Department cannot release reports if a juvenile is involved. If the juvenile is a suspect in a case, please contact the Juvenile District Attorney's Office. If the juvenile is a victim or involved party in a case, please contact the Sheriff's Civil Liabilities Division at (909) 387-0613.
Traffic collision reports may be release to an involved party or the registered or legal owner of an involved vehicle. Preliminary collision investigation reports related to a major injury or fatal traffic collision are generally available 30 business days after the incident. Final, completed collision investigation reports may take an average of six months.
If a crime report has been referred to detective for review, the report may only be released upon approval of the detective. If you are the victim of domestic battery or spousal abuse, you are eligible to obtain a copy of the report as soon as it is complete.
When a criminal case is submitted to the District Attorney's Office for review, the Police Department may not release the report to anyone. If you want a copy of the arrest report, you may contact the District Attorney's Office.
If you are listed as the suspect in a criminal report, the Police Department will not release the report to you unless the case has been adjudicated. Insurance agencies and law firms may obtain a copy of a police report by sending a formal written request letter to the Hesperia Police Department.
The Police Department charges $10 to roll the fingerprints. The California Department of Justice charges range from $25 to $100 depending on the purpose of the fingerprinting. Generally, the exact charge is unknown until the information is entered into the machine.