The City of Mill Valley Police Department offers a variety of services to members of the Mill Valley community. For more information, see below or call 415-389-4100.
Vacation Watch: You can request "extra patrol" of your home while you are away. This service is for residents who will be leaving their homes vacant. Fill out the Vacation Watch Form or call the station at 389-4100 with the information.
Property Identification: A loaner engraver is available for use by residents and businesses to mark your property. Property that is engraved can be identified and returned to the owner in case of a theft.
Fingerprinting: For "rolled" fingerprints, the cost is $20.00 per card and is by appointment only, Monday - Thursday. The Department also offers Live Scan Fingerprinting.
Firearm Safety Kits: To help ensure safe firearm storage, the Department provides free locks (two sizes are available). Just stop by our front lobby to receive your lock(s).
Community Services Officer Sheryl Patton provides the following services. Please contact her at 389-4100, x124 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Child Identification Kits: Designed to help parents/caretakers provide vital information to police in order to identify, locate, and recover missing children. Kit captures information (medical, personal, physical) with areas for a DNA sample and fingerprints.
Identity Theft Protection Packet: You can minimize your risk of becoming a victim to the fastest-growing crime in the nation by requesting this information packet.
Home or Business Security Checks: Burglary is a crime of opportunity. Take this opportunity to have your home or business checked for security improvements.
Presentations/Tours: Homeowners associations, civic groups and other residents can learn about home, auto, Internet and personal safety; how to guard against identity theft; organize a Neighborhood Watch program. Children can learn about safety (personal, bicycle, street); how to use 9-1-1; fingerprinting; what a police department does; tour of the station. Businesses can receive assistance with shoplifting prevention, check and credit card fraud; learn about the graffiti-abatement program and the County bad check program.
Last updated: 7/20/2011 9:22:31 AM