Chief Jeffrey Jolley is a 28-year veteran of law enforcement joining the Monroe Police Department in December of 2018. Prior to this agency, he was the Chief of Police for the City of Gladstone, Oregon. Before serving in Gladstone, Chief Jolley served in the City of Bountiful’s Police Department in Utah from 1990 - 2012. He has also worked as a patrol officer for the Utah Transit Authority and as a military police officer in the US Navy Reserve.
Deputy Chief Ryan Irving
Ryan Irving is the Deputy Chief of Police for the Monroe Police Department. In this position, he is responsible for the day-to-day internal operations of the Department. Deputy Chief Irving joined the Monroe Police Department as a patrol officer in January 2000. He has served as a member of the SWAT team, a detective, one of the first drug K-9 officers, a ProAct Sergeant and started the Community Outreach Team (embedded social worker) in 2016. He was promoted to the rank of patrol sergeant in May 2009. In November of 2019, he was appointed to the position of Deputy Chief after serving as interim since June of 2018.
Administrative Commander Paul Ryan
Paul Ryan is the Administrative Commander for the Monroe Police Department. Commander Ryan began his career with the Monroe Police Department in 2005. His numerous assignments have included the Honor Guard, Crisis Negotiation Team, and a special assignment as a detective with the Snohomish County Auto Theft Task Force team. He was promoted to the position of Sergeant in December 2013 and then promoted to the position of Administrative Commander in June 2021. As the Administrative Commander, some of Commander Ryan's responsibilities include oversight of the Administrative functions of the Department, budget management, recruitment, facilities, and policy development. Commander Ryan is also responsible for Media Relations and works as the Department's Public Information Officer.