The Monterey Airport Police Department (MRY PD) is a California Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) certified, full-service law enforcement agency. MRY PD has primary jurisdiction on properties owned by the Monterey Peninsula Airport District. This includes; the Monterey Regional Airport, the Airport District’s business park, and several other commercial areas. In addition to providing professional police services in and around the Monterey Regional Airport, the Airport Police Department is responsible for several other critical law enforcement and Homeland Security functions. These include; mutual aid to area emergency responders, participation in regional public safety training and response, and providing airport security and TSA Passenger Screening Checkpoint Support. Airport police officers are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The Monterey Airport Police Department consists of two Divisions; Patrol and Administrative Services. The Patrol Division is commanded by Lieutenant Al Porter and is responsible for all operational aspects of the police department, including; patrol, investigations, and traffic enforcement. The Administrative Services Division is commanded by the Chief, Jeff Hoyne, and is responsible for the overall leadership and administrative oversight of the Department, including; department development, budget management, policy development, department accountability, and implementation of the Airport’s Airport Security Program (ASP).
MRY PD is committed to the philosophies of Community Oriented Policing, and Problem Oriented Policing. If you have questions, or need assistance as a visitor, tenant, or employee of the Monterey Regional Airport, please do not hesitate to call us.
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Airport Police Officers are on duty 24/7. If you need Police Services Assistance, please call (831) 648-7006.
I like working with the Monterey Regional Airport Police Department because I meet a lot of interesting people who always seem to be in a pleasant mood. The airport is smaller so I am able to interact more with our passengers, which I enjoy.Officer Larry Shean