El Monte Police Department

  • Agency: El Monte Police Department
  • Address: 11333 Valley Blvd, El Monte, 91731 CA
  • Chief: Ken Weldon (Chief of Police)
Phone: 626-580-2110
Fax: (626) 580-2196

El Monte Police Department is located at 11333 Valley Blvd, El Monte, 91731 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Ken Weldon. The El Monte Police Department phone number is 626-580-2110.

El Monte Police Department News

Today, members of the El Monte Police Department’s Homeless Outreach Detail joined officers from multiple agencies throughout the San Gabriel Valley to participate in Homeless Outreach Efforts. In addition to the County wide participation, officers assigned to the TOUCH (Transient Outreach Using Community Hands) program provide weekly outreach efforts in our local community. If you would like to contact the TOUCH officers, you may email them at touch@elmontepd.org.

We are at the San Gabriel Valley (El Monte) Airport Open House today and tomorrow. Please join us and all the aircraft and participants that are here on these spectacular weekend.

Today the El Monte Police department concluded our Red Ribbon Assemblies. We attended all 28 elementary schools within our jurisdiction and captured a total audience of 15,000 students. We believe our students are our future and strive to motivate them to live a healthy successful life drug free.

Allied agencies throughout the San Gabriel Valley have teamed up with El Monte PD today to contact homeless individuals in our city to offer resources in an effort to rehabilitate them.

The City of El Monte is honored to host the fourth annual Walk to Stop Domestic Violence. Join us in just 20 minutes as we walk from city hall. We will join in solidarity with our community and light the Statue of Liberty in purple in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness.

On October 27, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the El Monte Police Department (EMPD) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public opportunity to prevent pill abuse and by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your pills for disposal to El Monte Police Department at 11333 Valley Blvd. El Monte.

More Students promising to be Drug Free during Red Ribbon Week. Thank you to the school staff, parents, police staff and cool kids of Cherrylee and Le Gore Schools.

Emergency Management and Preparedness Workshop today at the Community Center. Thank you to all who participated and shared information with our community. Los Angeles County Fire Department, Red Cross and City of El Monte working together.

Fun times during Red Ribbon Week while sharing the story of Enrique Camarena.

This afternoon, our Police Explorers helped get the word out against Domestic Violence. They passed out flyers, reminding the community of our upcoming “Walk to End Domestic Violence”. The walk will be held this coming Thursday October 25th at 5:00 pm in front of City Hall. Please come out and join us in supporting this great cause.

National School Bus Safety Week! Remember to stop for school buses that have the stop sign out and red flashing lights activated.

Cleminson Elementary students reciting the Red Ribbon Pledge led by Corporal David Avalos

The El Monte Police Department kicked off the annual Red Ribbon Week Assemblies, sharing the story of Enrique "Kiki" Camarena. We will complete 28 assemblies by the end of this week.

Big thanks to all our police staff and volunteers for making the Children's Day Parade so much fun and safe for all today.

A special thanks to Cogswell School for hosting Coffee with the Chief this morning. It was informative to our residents and lots of fun.

The Great Shake 2018 is complete. All City Employees participated in today’s drill. We are now completing EOC training. Get ready and stay prepared.

Last night the Moose Lodge hosted all employees from the City of El Monte to dinner, this is the 36th year they have done this. Thank you Moose Lodge!

We want to thank the El Monte Police Officers Association for sponsoring and participating in the El Monte Women's Club charity basketball game today. We won the first game but were not so lucky in the second game.

Our Juvenile Diversion Program, T.O.R.C.H. we aim to motivate and inspire our youth to a successful lifestyle. Local community members and businesses such as Longo Toyota and WolfPack partner up with E.M.P.D. to help accomplish this goal.

Please come out and support members of EMPD this Saturday morning. We will be participating in this charity Basketball Game.

Today is National Walk to School Day. We spent this morning with several schools in El Monte. Kids and parents walking this beautiful morning to school and getting a healthy start.

Potrero School parents and staff hosted a Coffee with a Cop event Today. Thanks for your time and attendance. The event allowed our Community Relations Officers to discuss school safety and how to best communicate with Police about a wide variety of issues.

Exciting day with our community at Coffee with a Cop. Some more pictures.