Welcome to the Milpitas Police Department

Photo of Milpitas Police Officers   The Milpitas Police Department is committed to the protection of lives and property by working with our community, and providing professional and responsive police services.

The Milpitas Police Department has an annual budget of $21.1 million with 130 employees (95 sworn). The department provides public safety to 70,817 residents in a 13.63 square mile urban area.

The City of Milpitas is on the eastern end of Santa Clara County immediately north of the City of San Jose and south of the City of Fremont.

This multi-cultural city is reflected with 24% White, 52% Asian/Pacific Islander, 17% Hispanic, 3% Black, and 4% of other races.

Police badge Department Values:
The Milpitas Police Department values employees with high work ethics, integrity and professionalism.

The Milpitas Police Department employees are to be of the highest moral character, above reproach, industrious and professional in their dealings with the public.

The Milpitas Police Department values its reputation as an agency which safeguards public trust by rendering efficient and impartial police services.

The Milpitas Police Department values the support and trust of the community.

The Milpitas Police Department is dedicated to working with the citizens of Milpitas in order to make neighborhoods a better place to live and work.

The Milpitas Police Department values and seeks community participation to strengthen our ability to address community problems.

The Milpitas Police Department values organizational teamwork and encourages employee creativity and innovation.


Photo of Chief Steve Pangelinan Chief of Police: Steve Pangelinan
Phone
: (408) 586-2401
Milpitas Police Department Hours:
1275 North Milpitas Boulevard Monday-Friday: 8:00 am-6:00 pm
Main Phone: (408) 586-2400  
Crime Tip Hotline: (408) 586-2500 For Emergencies Dial: 911