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

Members of The El Monte Police Department along with Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health Social Workers routinely contact individuals who might benefit from social services. This department program reaches out to members of our homeless community and provides enforcement of local and state ordinances as well as consultation and resources to help individuals who want assistance, find stability.

Our officers had a great time volunteering their time during the "tip a cop" event at the Womens Club Scholarship fundraiser. We had fun serving dinner to the attendees for this worthy community cause. We also had the pleasure of meeting an original Rosy the Riveter WW II wartime worker. #elmontewomensclub

Thank you to the parents and kids at Columbia school for the homemade treats and poster thanking the police officers for the job they do. Thanks for visiting us at the police station!

Today the grand opening of the Holiday Inn was held! Great turnout to support and welcome this beautiful new hotel! The hotel is located at Valley and Baldwin and has 130 rooms.

The Five Points Area of El Monte is located at Cogswell Rd & Garvey Ave, near Valley Blvd. Today's Predpol location, with three extra patrol boxes, is an opportunity to help us prevent crime. Today we are asking for the public to help us in our efforts to reduce crime using the PredPol Program. PredPol uses historical crime data to identify locations of future crime. We are seeking your help. If you have spend time in this area recently please LIKE this post. We are seeing the importance of placing the eyes of the community to reduce crime. If you witness a crime please call our dispatch center at 626-580-2100. Thank you for your support in preventing crime through community partnership.

It is good to know people all over the country support our police personnel. We received the attached letter from a police supporter from Lynnfield, MA. Thank you for the kind gesture, it is truly appreciated.

Critical Missing Adult: Mr. Ha Truong is 67 years old and stands 5’6” and weighs approximately 120 lbs. Mr. Truong has been missing since early this morning and is likely confused and in need of immediate help. If you have any information regarding his whereabouts, please contact the El Monte Police Department at (626) 580-2100

We're very proud of our two newest Police Recruits who began the Rio Hondo Police Academy today. They're scheduled to graduate in July where they will begin a career in our noble profession.

https://www.sgvtribune.com/2018/01/24/el-monte-police-struggle-to-find-balance-handling-the-citys-homeless/

Great turnout today for parent meeting at Madrid School. Over 150 parents came out to listen to Opal Singleton, from Million Kids, provide vital information on bullying and child exploitation. Thank you to the school staff and EMPD Community Relations Office.

We spoke to multiple media outlets today getting the word out about an unsolved fatal hit and run case. Our officers made 88 traffic enforcement stops and issued 64 citations related to crosswalk and other similar violations at the intersection of Valley and Gibson where the crime occurred. Please be careful as you walk and drive where ever you live. http://ktla.com/2018/01/17/el-monte-police-declare-stricter-enforcement-of-traffic-laws-after-fatal-collisions/ http://abc7.com/el-monte-pd-cracks-down-on-crosswalk-violations/2959786/ http://www.sgvtribune.com/2018/01/16/el-monte-police-seek-tips-in-2016-fatal-hit-and-run/

This morning we are seeking the public’s help in identifying the person and vehicle involved in a fatal traffic collision in 2016. This is the two year anniversary of this tragic event that took the life of Qing Ru Zhao Mao. California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) is funding a Traffic Pedestrian Safety detail that will focus officers on this location. We will be handing out fliers in the area of Valley and Gibson.

Today The El Monte Police Department Traffic Safety Bureau, conducted a primary collision factor enforcement patrol. In total, 60 citations were issued and one driver was arrested for a No Bail Parole warrant. Please remember to obey the speed limit and drive safe. This operation was funded by the California Office of Traffic Safety.

We are now accepting applications for the El Monte Police Department's Citizen’s Academy Class. If you are interested in learning more about the program, please check us out on our visit: https://www.ci.el-monte.ca.us/233/Citizens-Academy

You're looking at over 50 potential dispatcher candidates. These courageous people joined us today for the opportunity to join our law enforcement family. Good luck to all!

We have located a young friendly dog that is lost and looking for his friends. We have taken him to the animal shelter for Los Angeles County in Baldwin Park. Help us get the word out so his human can know he is safe. He thinks he found a job with us, but we don’t have any openings right now.

Today we want to support National Law Enforcement Officers Day. Our officers work to make our community safe and we want to take this time to thank them for the dedication and service.

Congratulations to Valerie Gutierrez, today she was promoted to Shift Dispatcher! She has worked for the City of El Monte the past 3 1/2 years. Congratulations Valerie!

At 1400 hours, acting on information from a WeTip, the El Monte Police Department Special Investigations Team conducted an investigation in the 3100 block of Granada Avenue in El Monte regarding a possible illegal marijuana grow house operation. Detectives from the unit located the illegal operation in a detached garage which had been converted into a marijuana grow house. Though the investigation is still on-going, detectives confiscated approximately 250 plants and 80 pounds of finished marijuana product with an estimated street value of over $200,000 dollars. The male suspect who was present during the investigation was arrested and transported to the El Monte Police Department. While California has legalized marijuana for recreational use, this type of growing operation in a residential community is illegal and will not be tolerated in the city of El Monte. Additional questions may be directed to Lieutenant Christopher Cano at the El Monte Police Department at 626-580-2160.

EMPD wants to thank you for your help in locating Mr. Rocha, who has been located by LAPD.

The El Monte Police Department reminds you that celebrating the New Year by Shooting a Gun into the air is not only extremely dangerous but also a Felony that can lead to prison time for the offender. Every year we receive calls about people who refuse to obey the law and discharge firearms into the air. If you choose to engage in this type of activity remember, "what goes up, must come down." You are committing a felony and risking the lives of many with the dangers of falling bullets. If you see someone discharging a firearm in public or into the air, call 9-1-1. Enjoy the New Year in a safe manner with respect for your neighbors.

UPDATE: Thank you! Our missing person from our previous post has been identified and family has been contacted.

UPDATE: Thank you! Our missing person from our previous post has been identified and family has been contacted. On Thursday, 12/28/2017 at approximately 1640 hrs. A female Asian adult was found in the area of Durfee Ave./ 60 FWY in the City Of South El Monte. She appeared to be lost and disoriented. She is unable to provide any identifiable information. At this time we are asking for the public’s assistance in locating any relatives or anyone with information. If you recognize her or have any other information, you are asked to please contact the El Monte Police Department at (626) 580-2100

Tzu Chi Medical Stopped by to visit and brought some goodies for those who have to work during the holidays. Thank you!

Wishing our community a Merry Christmas and thanking our police officers, dispatchers, records clerks and jailers for keeping our community safe and allowing other EMPD personnel to spend time with their loved ones.