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Menifee Police Department lobby open to public by appointment only

The Menifee Police Department has transitioned from open to the public to by appointment only operations. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

In light of the recent news from Governor Newsom’s office regarding the new onset of recent closures due to the rising number of coronavirus cases, the Menifee Police Department public lobby has transitioned from open to the public to by appointment only operations, with the following enhancements:

  • Police Records Requests can be made by calling 951-723-1500, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays.
  • Criminal and Traffic Report requests can be made by calling 951-723-1500.
  • Subpoenas will be accepted; call 951-723-1500 to arrange service.
  • Vehicle Releases: Towed and/or repossessed vehicle releases will be done by appointment by calling 951-7723-1500, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays.
  • Property Releases will be done by appointment by calling 951-723-1526, Tuesdays 1 to 5 p.m. and Thursdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • The Police Department substation will be temporarily closed until normal lobby office operations resume.
  • No ticket signs offs will occur until normal lobby office operations resume, but an officer in the field may be utilized.
  • No public requests for Live Scan services will be granted until normal lobby office operations resume.

On July 13, Menifee’s City Hall transitioned back to virtual services and is closed to the public. The city rolled out a new marketing campaign to encourage residents to “Skip the Line and Go Online.” The campaign encourages customers an enhanced way to save time and quickly access virtual City Hall services and the Zero Stop Shop permit center from the ease of their home or office. To schedule an In-person appointment, visit the city’s website or call 951-672-6777.

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