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Our Motto    

"We Live to Serve"

Our motto conveys that serving humanity is one of the greatest commitments a person can make and that we take this commitment to heart.

We go above and beyond to serve by being empathetic listners, helping others get through hard times by offering sound advice and un-rushed time to listen, and assisting people to solve their problems, misunderstandings and disputes.

Our ultimate goal is to make the world a better place one person, one call, one contact at a time.

Mission Statement


It is the mission of the Stallion Springs Police Department to:

  • Protect lives and property
  • Solve problems, keep the peace
  • Offer impartial individual service and friendship to all members of this community by the ready exercise of courtesy and friendly good humor
  • Be leaders in our profession by serving with honor, integrity, and empathy, while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence
  • Train ourselves in both our ethical approach to police work, and our tactical expertise, so we may continue to provide the highest level of professional service to our citizens in thesafest manner possible
  • Always be ready to offer individual sacrifice in protecting and preserving life

Our History

The Stallion Springs Police Department began serving the Stallion Springs community in 1970. In 1972, the department became California Peace Officer's Standards and Training (POST) certified. From 1970 until 2011, the officers station was an 1800's era ranch house with a root cellar. In 2011 the residents voted to pass a bond measure to construct a new police station. The department has 3 full-time police officers and 2 part-time police officers. The chief of police is counted as one of the full-time officers as he is a working chief. The department is dispatched through the Kern County Sheriffs Office. SSPD relies heavily on citizen volunteerism which includes the Community Services Unit, Community Emergency Response Team and Neighborhood Watch.

Non-emergencies (661) 861-3110

Emergencies 9-1-1



Stallion Springs Police Department trains with Stallion Springs CERT! See the Channel 23 News report here:


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