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City of Monroe Sign The Monroe Police Department is currently researching on-body cameras for police officers and would like to hear from the community about this important topic.  The department believes that the use of on-body cameras by police officers can improve community relationships, build trust and enhance officer accountability.  Citizens wishing to make comment may send an email to or attend Monroe City Council meetings on May 3rd and May 10th for direct public comment.

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A Message from the Police Chief

It is with great pride that I serve the citizens of Monroe and employees of the Monroe Police Department as your Chief of Police. We are all very proud of the community we live in, and strive to maintain a safe environment for our citizens to work, play and raise families.

It is my pleasure to present to you the 2014 Year End Report which showcases our department and highlights significant events that have occurred during the past year.

We are most fortunate to have such quality, educated and dedicated personnel that take a high degree of pride in providing the best service possible to our citizens. I was privileged to be able to present the 2014 Employee Awards to members of our department at one of the recent city council meetings.  Our Police Department is an accredited agency that is committed to maintaining the highest standards of professional ethics and personal integrity.

I encourage you to use this website to clearly understand what police services are available such as requesting police reports, online reporting, obtaining pet licenses and fingerprinting services.  Some of the questions that our front desk staff are frequently asked are about traffic infractions which you can learn more about here. This website is intended to help you learn about our department and its services, to provide information that can keep you safer at home and about town, and to provide opportunities for community feedback on how we can serve you better.

Thank you for your continuing support of the Monroe Police Department. With the ongoing commitment and partnership of our city’s residents and business owners, we can provide the quality policing services you deserve.

                                                                Chief Tim Quenzer

The Monroe Police Department is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in providing professional law enforcement services.

Monroe Police Department

818 W. Main St.
Monroe, WA 98272

Phone: 360-794-6300
TTY: 360-863-4627
Tip Line: 360-863-4600
Fax: 360-794-3129

For emergencies, please call 9-1-1 or 425-407-3970.

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