Montrose Police Department
The City of Montrose is a growing community with opportunities in the Montrose Police Department that have the potential for positive change.
Community policing is the direction that our department is taking, knowing that community members are the key to solving and preventing crime.
If you are considering law enforcement as a career you should consider the Montrose Police Department as a progressive agency. Montrose is a beautiful place to live and raise a family.
About the Montrose PD
The Department is an integral part of the City of Montrose. Under the direction of Police Chief Blaine Hall, the department employs 38 sworn officers and a total of 57 employees.
The Patrol Division is responsible for the day-to-day operations of traffic, patrol, internal affairs, and initial investigations. The Administrative Support Division includes investigations and civilian support staff positions.
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Following are the various units and specialties within the Montrose Police Department.
|Animal Services||School Resource|
|Code Enforcement||Sex Offender Registry|
Records and Reports
A daily news release is prepared for the media and the information is added to databases that are used by law enforcement agencies nationwide.
Records section personnel assist the public with:
- Accident and Police Reports
- Background Checks
- Bicycle licensing
- Release of impounded vehicles
- Sex offender registry
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) inspections
Register your phone to receive emergency notifications and get tips for preparedness.
Learn which accidents can be reported online and file a report.
Use our online tool for filing police reports for a variety of incidents.
Obtain current information about the PD's utilization of Public Safety Sales Tax (PSST) funds.
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