Police Department

2021 Legislative Changes

From Chief Jolley:  

As the City of Monroe puts the challenges of 2020 behind us, we remain optimistic in the strength of our community.  The overwhelming support from our businesses and residents through these times has been encouraging to the men and women that serve our City every day.  I am proud of the work that the officers and administrative staff continue to accomplish in this ever-changing environment.

As we move into the summer months, we look forward to safely re-connecting with our community through various community events.  The department will once again be partnering with Monroe Rotary for National Night Out Against Crime on August 3rd and assisting with traffic control for the 2021 Evergreen State Fair.  We are also participating in the City booth at the Farmers Market which is held on Wednesdays; stop by and say hi.

The safety of our Community remains the number one priority.  We remain strong and ready to respond to the calls for service.  Thank you for your cooperation, understanding and support as we continue "Partnering for a Strong Community".

It is our pleasure to present to you the 2020 Year End Report (PDF) which showcases our department and highlights statistics and accomplishments during the past year.  We have also included the 2020 Biased Based / Racial Profiling Report (PDF).

As we begin to open our facilities on July 6, 2021, the following public services remain suspended pending further evaluation: 

  • Civilian Ride-Alongs
  • All fingerprinting services 
  • Public tours of our facilities


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

Core Values:

Employees of the Monroe Police Department are committed to the principles of duty, integrity, compassion, and professional growth; recognizing the value of the tenets of:

Professionalism, Respect, Integrity, Dedication, Excellence