Welcome to the web site of the King City Police Department.
As the Chief of your police department I wish to take a moment to extend to you my sincere gratitude for the chance to serve in this office. The officers, support staff and command staff who work tirelessly for you have a sincere interest for your safety and wellbeing. It is the mission of King City Police to protect life and property, provide professional police services, and work in collaboration with the community. We hope to achieve this by maintaining our core values of:
Protect the rights and dignity of all people as determined by the Constitution of the United States and the laws of the State of California
Commitment to ethical behavior and acceptance of responsibility and accountability for all of our actions and decisions
Quality through continuous improvement
Please take time to review our web pages for information you may be looking for, and of course please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.
I believe whole heartedly that I, as well as all of the staff of King city Police Department serve you, the community of King City. With this belief I truly wish to hear of any commendations, concerns or complaints you may have. I hold monthly meeting in the City Council Chambers every second Thursday of the month. I have an advisory board of community members who sit with me to hear from the community. I would encourage you to attend these meetings and ask any questions or voice concerns.
If you have a specific complaint regarding an officer or staff of the King City Police Department or a commendation please follow the attached link to submit a complaint or commendation. You may also contact the city manager or any city council member to report a complaint or offer a commendation.
Interim Chief of Police Keith Boyd
Interim Police Chief
King City Police Department
415 Bassett Street
King City, CA 93930
Monday – Friday
9am-11am and 1pm-4pm; by appointment 4pm-5pm
About The Department
The Police Department is authorized 17 sworn officers, and three non-sworn personnel. The current authorized staffing includes the Chief of Police, Police Captain, Police Sergeants (5), and Police Officers (10). Those sworn positions are supported by the Executive Assistant to the Chief of Police / Records & Property Supervisor, a Police Clerk, a Code Enforcement Officer and an Animal Control Officer. The department services include various police patrol services, vehicle abatement program, live scan fingerprinting, School Resource services, and crime prevention through environmental design.