There are 21 Police Departments in Monterey County, California, serving a population of 433,168 people in an area of 3,280 square miles. There is 1 Police Department per 20,627 people, and 1 Police Department per 156 square miles.
In California, Monterey County is ranked 24th of 58 counties in Police Departments per capita, and 22nd of 58 counties in Police Departments per square mile.
Find Monterey County, California police departments, precincts, and stations.
California Department Of Corrections And Rehabilitation - Salinas Valley State Prison 31625 U.s. 101 Soledad, CA
California Highway Patrol 2 Broadway Circle King, CA
California Highway Patrol - Monterey Area 730 960 East Blanco Road Salinas, CA
California Parks And Recreation Law Enforcement - Monterey District 2211 Garden Road Monterey, CA
California State University Police Department - Monterey Bay Campus 2081 Inter-Garrison Road Seaside, CA
Carmel Police Department Southeast Corner Of Junipero Avenue And 4Th Avenue Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Carmel-By-The-Sea Police Department Junipero Avenue Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Del Rey Oaks Police Department 650 Canyon Del Rey Boulevard Del Rey Oaks, CA
Gonzales Police Department 109 4th Street Gonzales, CA
Greenfield Police Department 215 El Camino Real Greenfield, CA
King City Police Department 415 Bassett Street King, CA
Marina Police Department 211 Hillcrest Avenue Marina, CA
Monterey Peninsula Airport Police Department 200 Fred Kane Drive Monterey, CA
Monterey Police Department 351 Madison Street Monterey, CA
Pacific Grove Police Department 580 Pine Avenue Pacific Grove, CA
Salinas Police Department 222 Lincoln Avenue Salinas, CA
Sand City Police Department 1 Sylvan Way Sand, CA
Seaside Police Department 440 Harcourt Avenue Seaside, CA
Seaside Police Department - Broadway Field Office 1280 Broadway Avenue Seaside, CA
Soledad Police Department 236 Main Street Soledad, CA
Police Departments in Monterey County, CA are law enforcement agencies that are responsible for policing the Monterey County community. Monterey County police promote public safety by preventing crime, stopping crimes in process, criminal investigations, and by providing first response to emergencies.You may contact the Police Department for questions about: