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Mountain View Police Department
1000 Villa Street
Mountain View, CA 94041
650-903-6344

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Hours
General Business:
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Mon.-Fri.)

Walk-in Crime Reports:
7 a.m. - 7 p.m. (7 days)




Submit your questions, suggestions, compliments,concerns, or track your existing request online.

Welcome to MVPD

The City of Mountain View has launched a new BETA site! Please check out our redesigned police department page here.

Thank you for visiting MVPD online! We hope to answer your questions, provide useful information, and demonstrate exceptional service to our community. If you have a question, compliment, or concern, we encourage you to try Ask Mountain View, a service available 24/7 to communicate directly to the City staff person who can help you. We hope you enjoy this service and we look forward to getting back to you.

Protecting our city is a cooperative effort. By working together to identify and solve problems, we can make Mountain View a better place to live and work.

We're eager to hear your comments, suggestions and questions, so we can continue to build great relationships with our community. Talk to us!

We encourage you to get involved... by joining a Neighborhood Watch, monitoring crime in your neighborhood via CrimeReports.com, following us on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Google+, our blog, or Pinterest), or simply contacting us when you need us. You can also report non-emergency crimes online with our Online Crime Reporting tool to our TipSoft mobile app.

We are here to serve our community and enhance the quality of life in our city.

Thank you for visiting!

Regards,
Scott S. G. Vermeer,
Police Chief
 
   
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Key Contacts

Report Emergencies
9-1-1 • 650/903-6922

Report Non-Emergencies
Online • 650/903-6395

General Info
Inquiry • 650/903-6344

Employment
Email • 650/903-6339
Employment Page

Investigations
650/903-6348

Drug Tip Hotline
Anonymous by Phone
650/961-5800

Lost Property?
Check out our Pinterest Board

Media Relations
Email • 650/903-6344

Police Web Feedback
Inquiry
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