Police Department


Department head: Randy Hopkins

211 Hillcrest Ave, Marina, CA 93933

Phone: (831) 884-1210

For more than 25 years, Marina had a Public Safety Department with police and fire services combined, but now has its own separate police and fire divisions. The Police Department has 30 sworn officers: the chief of police, three lieutenants, six sergeants, and 20 officers. The 10 non-sworn support personnel are one administrative assistant, one records supervisor, two records technicians, one evidence technician, one part-time training coordinator, and four community service officers. Department services include various police patrol services, vehicle abatement, records, animal control, school resource services, and crime prevention.

Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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