The mission of the Mill Valley Police Department is to sustain an environment in which people can live healthfully, move about safely and feel confident that they and their property are protected from criminal harm, the hazard of fire and natural or people-caused disasters, and to create a climate of security within the community by protecting life, property and individual rights.
The Mill Valley Police Department would like to partner with the community for National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7, 2018. This is a national community-building campaign that promotes community policing partnerships.
If you haven’t done so already, please register your security camera system with the Mill Valley Police Department. By registering with us, your camera can play an important role in assisting police officers with investigations - possibly capturing an image pivotal in solving a case.
This program is completely voluntary, and the Mill Valley Police Department will not access or use your cameras without your consent. Click here to register online, or pick up a paper form at the Police Station (1 Hamilton Drive). If you have any further questions please contact Community Services Officer Christopher DeLaTorre at 415-389-4100 or email@example.com
Mill Valley resident Tommy Toy was shocked and saddened when his beloved, green Eddie Baur bike went missing from his front porch a few weeks ago. He posted a note in his neighborhood and hoped for the best.