Police Department

Joseph Blohm, Chief of Police

Joseph Blohm, Chief of Police

Kerman Police Department’s services include patrol, investigations, traffic, youth services and other programs designed to enhance the quality of life in Kerman.

The Department’s administration handles scheduling, crime analysis, budget development, confidential files, and training. Kerman’s Chief of Police has ultimate responsibility for development and implementation of the vision of the Department; determined to provide:

  • Professional public safety services;
  • Apprehend offenders and resolve investigations in a timely manner; and
  • Minimize injury and property damage by promoting safe pedestrian, bicycle and vehicular traffic

*If this is an emergency, please call 911 immediately*

Bicycle Registry

Bicycle Registry
Register your bicycle with the Kerman Police Department.  It’s fast, it’s easy and it’s FREE.
Registering your bicycle will help us get your lost/stolen bicycle back to you when it’s found. When you fill out the simple form, we will save the information about your bicycle and your contact information to our local database.  If we come across your bicycle, we will contact you.

Bicycle theft happens far too often, and most bicycles are not returned to their owners when they are found because the owner didn’t have the necessary information when reporting the bike lost or stolen.

KPD often recovers/locates bikes, but we are unable to return them because we have no way of knowing who the bike belongs to. Help us help you by registering your bike today.
You can do this by contacting any Kerman PD officer, stopping by the Kerman Police Dept. or at your local school.

For further information please call (559) 846-6633.

Kerman's Citizen's on Patrol (COPs)

Kerman Citizen’s on Patrol (COPs)
Volunteers are invaluable, especially when they help augment the Kerman Police Force. Volunteers wear a COP’s uniform and act as the eyes and ears for the Kerman Police Department. Residents can call (559) 846-6633 to inquire about the COPs program.

Explorer's Program

Explorers Program
Administered through The Boy Scouts program, the Explorers are able to experience law enforcement first hand. Young men and women ages 13—21 wear uniforms, ride along with sworn peace officers and assist the officers in completing paperwork. Interested parties may call (559) 846-6633 or download the application on-line.

Explorer’s Program

Vehicle Abatement

Vehicle Abatement
Inoperable, stored or abandoned Motor Vehicles in your neighborhood

Our Vehicle Abatement Program is managed by the Kerman Police Department.

If you believe that a vehicle is abandoned (has not been moved for over 72 hours, has expired registration for over 6 months or it is inoperable – missing essential parts like engine, transmission, wheels or windshield).

Please contact (559) 846-8800, which is the contracted dispatch services for the City.

Be prepared to provide the following information:

  • location of the vehicle
  • vehicle make, model and color
  • license plate number

Contact Information
Main Office: (559) 846-6633
Fax: (559)-846-9435

Hours of Operation
Monday and Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday
1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. to Noon

Physical Location
850 S. Madera Avenue
Kerman, CA 93630

Joseph Blohm
Chief of Police
(559) 846-6661

Mary Rodrigues
Chief’s Administrative Assistant
(559) 846-6661

John Golden
(559) 846-6655

Chris Nelson
Administrative Sergeant
(559) 846-6655

Wil Barcoma
Patrol Sergeant

Jeff Belding
Patrol Sergeant

Jeff Davis
Patrol Sergeant

Don Ramirez
(559) 846-6633
Fax: (559) 842-0362