Last Updated on March 25, 2004 by Paulette Brown-Hinds


Riverside County Sheriff Bob Doyle will be the co-host of a new radio program on KTIE, 590 on the AM dial. KTIE donated the 30-minute show to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department as a public service to the Inland Empire listening audience. The radio program “Inland Empire Crime Fighters” will air every Saturday evening from 6:00 to 6:30 p.m.

Sheriff Bob Doyle and Sheriff’s Executive Officer Tom Freeman will be co-hosting “Inland Empire Crime Fighters.” The show’s focus is on crime fighting in and around the counties of Riverside and San Bernardino. Guest appearances will include national, state, and local law enforcement leaders, plus an occasional guest from federal, state, regional, and local lawmakers.

Sheriff Doyle said, “We are very grateful for the generous donation of the program time from the leadership of AM 590 KTIE. They have demonstrated that public safety is a high priority to their leadership team and the listening audience they serve. We would not have this opportunity if the air time wasn’t donated to us by AM 590 KTIE. I think our listeners are going to get a great education in public safety by tuning in.”

KTIE 590 AM, “News talk for the Inland Empire” signal covers all of western Riverside County, most of San Bernardino County, eastern portions of Los Angeles County, and northeastern Orange County. The station is located in the city of San Bernardino.