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It is the policy of the Beaumont Police Department to refer all applicants for a CCW license to the Riverside County Sheriff Department for processing.
In September 1996, California enacted its version of Megan’s Law which provided the public with photographs and descriptive information on serious and high risk offenders residing in California who have been convicted of committing or attempting specified sex crimes as listed in the California Penal Code.
By working with your neighbors and the Beaumont Police Department, you can help fight crime in our community the most effective way–before it begins.
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Alert RivCo allows emergency managers and public safety first responders to rapidly alert and warn the public in the event of emergencies. Alert RivCo is used to alert Riverside County community members of urgent actions to take during disasters, such as earthquakes, wildfires, and floods. The County of Riverside uses Swift Reach 911 to deliver Alert RivCo messages.