Mono Sheriff’s office implements Citizen RIMS

Today, the public is used to being able to look up just about anything on the internet and that certainly includes “government” information, including law enforcement information.


The Mono County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with Sun Ridge Systems, has implemented Citizen RIMS. Citizen RIMS make selected crime data available to the public via:

The Mono County Sheriff’s Office is proud to augment this technology with real time crime and incident mapping. In our ongoing effort for transparency and keeping the community informed of crime trends and enforcement, we have added this new capability to our computer aided dispatch system (CAD).

The mapping is a work in progress as we add more information to give the community real time information on crime patterns and activities of the Sheriff’s Office.
We welcome you to interact with us via the Citizen RIMS portal. You can also access this portal at our website

Written and reported by: Jennifer M. Hansen, Public Information Officer


One Response to Mono Sheriff’s office implements Citizen RIMS

  1. Bill O'Rights August 14, 2015 at 7:36 am #


    But why no press release letting the public know that on August 11 the Mono County Board of Supervisors, after evaluating their performance in closed session, placed three members of the Mono County Sheriff’s Department – two deputies and a public safety officer – on paid administrative leave?

    You can look it up on Mono County’s website – minutes from August 11 Board of Supervisors’ meeting.

    Propaganda by omission, in my view.



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