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Naval Support Activity  Monterey Police Department (NSA-Monterey)

 

 

Welcome to the NSA-Monterey Police Department home page, a full-service Law Enforcement Agency responsible for providing police services to the Naval Support Detachment Community and its tenant commands.

The NSA Monterey Police Department's area of responsibility encompasses five geographically distinct areas totaling over 500 acres in the Monterey area.

Emergencies: Dial 911

Base Police: 831-901-6115



Force Protection Director:

Ken Bench

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NSA-Monterey Police Feedback
Click here to provide feedback or suggestions to the NSA-Monterey Police department. This feedback form is completely anonymous and your responses are sent directly to the Deputy Chief of Police.

Gate Operations:

Sloat Main Gate: 24/7
Del-Monte gate: 0700-0830 / 1600-1730 M-Thur ONLY
FNMOC gate: 0700-1600 M-F

Gates hours and operations are subject to change at any time due to Force Protection needs.

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Vehicle-Gate Access - Services

Services are located at the Sloat Main Gate.

Please contact the office at 656-1174 or 3477 or 7532

Hours:

Mon-Fri 0700-1530 hrs

GATE ACCESS FORMS

Gate access request form - TATUS card form

FPCON Stand Off Distances (PDF)

IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION
If you receive a ticket for traffic or parking violation at the Naval Support Activity or tenant Commands ( NPS,FNMOC,NRL,) you have three (3) business days from when citation was issued to fill out a Customer Complaint form (forms located at the Police Dept) to have your case heard before the citation is sent to the Central Violation Center in Atlanta, GA for processing.    Please direct all of your questions to Detective Eric Glazier at the NSA-Monterey Police Department at 656-2004 or by e-mail.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page has answers to most of the commonly asked questions that we receive. Please check this page to see if it has the information you need before contacting the Police Station.

"WE TIP" PROGRAM
The "We Tip" page allows you to report a crime or other problem without having to disclose your identity. Please visit the "We Tip" page for more details.