Welcome to the Monrovia Police Department’s website. Our department has a great tradition of innovation and service. As you view our website, you will find out more about programs, such as Community Activist Policing, Graffiti Bounty, Online Resources, and many more. Read more
The Monrovia Police Department provides a report two times a week listing the significant events the police department has handled for that portion of the week.
To read these reports, click here.
Get real time, up-to-date information on crime in your neighborhood. Read more.
HOMELAND SECURITY "IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING" CAMPAIGN
The nationwide "If You See Something, Say SomethingTM
" public awareness campaign - is a simple and effective program to raise public awareness of indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, and to emphasize the importance of reporting suspicious activity to the proper local law enforcement authorities. For more information on the program, click on Homeland Security
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IT'S DOG LICENSING AND RENEWAL TIME!
All dog licensing renewals have been mailed out. Please remember it is the law to have your dog licensed if you live in the City of Monrovia. Monrovia owners, if you wish to purchase a dog license for your best friend, please bring his/her proof of rabies vaccination, as it is required for all licensing. Also, proof of alteration is required for reduced licensing costs. Licensing costs are as follows:
1-year = $20.00
2-years = $40.00
3-years = $60.00
1-year = $60.00
2-years = $120.00
3-years = $180.00
For more information or questions, please give us a call at (626) 256-8000.
ANNUAL LOW-COST RABIES VACCINATION & LICENSING CLINIC FOR DOGS
On June 12, 2013, the Monrovia Police Department will be hosting its Annual Low-Cost Rabies Vaccination & Licensing Clinic for dogs. The clinic will be held at Recreation Park in Monrovia, outside the tennis courts, off Olive Avenue. Parking is available. The Clinic will start at 5 p.m. and end at 7 p.m. Click here for more information.
JOIN OUR TEAM
Are you interested in becoming a part of the Monrovia Police Department?
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Monrovia took a proactive step in combating gang violence when it implemented a Gang Injunction in Close 2010. To learn more about the injunction, click here.
Los Angeles County has implemented an emergency mass notification system that will be used to contact County residents and businesses via recorded phone messages, text messages or e-mail messages in case of emergency. No cost to subscribe - click on the logo.
DON'T FILL YOUR VEHICLE WITH PRESENTS FOR THIEVES!
It only takes a few seconds for thieves to break into your vehicle and steal your valuables.
It only takes a few seconds to remove your valuables and secure your vehicle.
Don't Be a Victim!
Auto-burglary prevention starts by limiting the criminal's opportunity to commit the crime and can be accomplished with very little time and effort. Criminals are looking for something to steal - don't supply the valuables. Leaving your valuables in your vehicle instantly makes your car a target for thieves.
Take a few seconds to prevent auto-burglary!
The University of Oklahoma Police Department offers great auto-burglary prevention tips. Click on The Police Notebook to visit their website.
For the past 20 years, Monrovia has utilized a Community Activist Policing Program that emphasizes working with the community by empowering them with the resources they need to help reduce crime and blight in their neighborhoods to proactively solve long-term problems.
Click here to learn more about these strategies.
The Monrovia Police Department operates its own Animal Control services. Officers are trained to deal with a variety of animals from dogs and cats to opossums, raccoons, birds, snakes, chickens, rats and mice. If you need immediate assistance from an Animal Control Officer, please call the Monrovia Police Department at (626) 256-8000. Read More.