Police Departments in Sonoma County, California

There are 16 Police Departments in Sonoma County, California, serving a population of 500,943 people in an area of 1,576 square miles. There is 1 Police Department per 31,308 people, and 1 Police Department per 98 square miles.

In California, Sonoma County is ranked 35th of 58 counties in Police Departments per capita, and 14th of 58 counties in Police Departments per square mile.

List of Sonoma County Police Departments

Find Sonoma County, California police departments, precincts, and stations.

California Highway Patrol - Santa Rosa 6100 Labath Avenue Rohnert Park, CA

California Parks And Recreation Law Enforcement - Diablo Vista District 845 Casa Grande Road Petaluma, CA

California Parks And Recreation Law Enforcement - Marin District 845 Casa Grande Road Petaluma, CA

Cloverdale Police Department 112 Broad Street Cloverdale, CA

Cotati Police Department 203 West Sierra Avenue Cotati, CA

Healdsburg Police Department 238 Center Street Healdsburg, CA

Petaluma Police Department 969 Petaluma Boulevard North Petaluma, CA

Rohnert Park Department Of Public Safety - Police Division 500 City Center Drive Rohnert Park, CA

Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety J Rogers Lane Rohnert Park, CA

Santa Rosa Police Department 965 Sonoma Avenue Santa Rosa, CA

Sebastopol Police Department 6850 Laguna Parkway Sebastopol, CA

Sonoma County Junior College District Police Department - Petaluma Campus 680 Sonoma Mountain Parkway Petaluma, CA

Sonoma County Junior College District Police Department - Santa Rosa Campus 1501 Mendocino Avenue Santa Rosa, CA

Sonoma Police Department 175 1st Street West Sonoma, CA

Sonoma State University Police Services 1801 East Cotati Avenue Rohnert Park, CA

Windsor Police Department 9291 Old Redwood Highway Windsor, CA

About Sonoma County Police Departments

Police Departments in Sonoma County, CA are law enforcement agencies that are responsible for policing the Sonoma County community. Sonoma 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:
  • Sonoma County public criminal records
  • Filing accident reports
  • Filing Sonoma County police reports
  • 911 emergencies and first responders
  • Filing complaints and public safety concerns
  • Fingerprinting services
  • Sonoma County Police jobs and employment