Bureau Retirees

Frequently Asked Questions

At the Bureau of Investigation we have made changes to the process for our retirees to participate in our range qualifications. Retirees will be allowed access to our quarterly range qualifications. Ammunition and any other cost pertaining to the retirees qualification will be the sole responsibility of the retiree. Notification of range participation and all retiree forms must be submitted seven days prior to the range date.

  • Submitting forms
    • You can either mail or drop off forms to Riverside County District Attorney's Office 3960 Orange Street Riverside, CA 92501; Attn: Bureau Range Personnel

Please ensure all forms are completely filled out and signed and/or initialed in the proper spaces. Incomplete forms may cause a delay in the process and prevent you from participating at the range.

  • Notification of participation at upcoming range dates
    • Contact the Riverside bureau's main line at (951) 955-5430.

  • Upcoming Range Dates
    • Range dates for Corona in 2019 are: Dec. 3 and Dec. 17
    • For Indio retirees the qualification range is Lake Cahuilla, and their remaining date is Dec. 12
    • Range dates for Corona in 2020 (all times from 0800 to 1200) are: March 10, March 24, June 9, June 30, Sept. 8, Sept. 29, Dec. 8, and Dec. 22

Rules of the Range
Corona Police Department Firearms Training Facility
San Bernardino County Sheriffs Department

  • Dress Code
    • For safety concerns open toed shoes, tank tops, shorts and any other items considered to be a safety concern will not be allowed at any of the ranges. Each range facility reserves the right to deny participation if a concern arises.
  • Updating contact information
    • To update your contact information, contact the Riverside bureau's main line at (951) 955-5430.

Meet the DA Meet the DA