Brief the Chief

Chief Jake Miller would like to invite you to meet one-on-one with him for a 15 minute candid conversation. On the first Monday of every month, between 5:00 and 7:00 PM, Chief Miller will make himself available for the public to share their comments, concerns or compliments with him directly. It will be a first come, first served, private meeting at the Police Department conference room located at 1000 Bello Street, Pismo Beach. Call (805) 773-7028 with any questions.

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Dedicated to Serving the Community and Visitors of Pismo Beach

Our Mission is to provide a multi-faceted public safety service that creates an atmosphere and environment in which citizens and visitors enjoy social order and a pleasurable quality of life. The Department is an active, progressive agency devoted to community policing through proactive enforcement of its laws, crime prevention activities, and community involvement. Our staff is highly competent, enthusiastic, and committed to providing our community with the highest levels of police services. We practice a unique form of ‘tourism-oriented policing’, which enhances our community’s reputation as a fun, family-oriented vacation destination enjoyed in a safe and peaceful environment. Chief’s Message

CALL 9-1-1

Non-Emergency Police Phone Number: (805) 773-2208
Police Facility is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
1000 Bello Street, Pismo Beach, CA 93449


Come meet and dine with your local Police K9's and help raise funds to support them.
Saturday, October 22nd, 2016
4pm to 7pm
Thousand Hills Ranch
​in Pismo Beach
Tickets are $50
Contact Stephanie at (805) 756-5569
or email spipan@calpoly.edu
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Evening with K9's
All funds go directly to support the police K9 programs at CalPoly State University, Atascadero and Pismo Beach Police Departments.
Sponsored by the National Police Dog Foundation
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Featured Photos

K9 Demo at PCV

The Pismo Beach Police Department’s K9 team put on a demonstration to an impromptu audience at Pismo Coast Village RV Resort. K9 officer Trevor Blevins and his dog Cannix performed various apprehension techniques utilizing Officer Chris Siglin clad in a bite suit for protection. The crowd saw how versatile Cannix is trained to be. One minute the dog was dragging Officer Siglin out of a hiding place and the next Cannix was receiving a gentle pat on the head. The K9 program is in its sixth year for the PD and is entirely donation funded.