The Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office is a professional law enforcement agency dedicated to providing ethical, efficient, fair, and high quality law enforcement services for the citizens we are privileged to serve.
A. Protecting life and property
B. Preventing crime, reducing the fear of crime, and apprehending those who violate the law
C. Providing the community with public service in the form of various community and law enforcement educational programs
D. Working cooperatively with the public, other law enforcement and governmental agencies, employees shall strive to improve the quality of life for all residents and visitors to Monmouth County
About the Law Enforcement Division
The Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement Division, under the direction of Undersheriff Darryl Breckenridge, Sr. is comprised of 132 sworn officers and 27 civilian employees. The Division consists of an Administration Section, Special Services Bureau, Training Bureau, Warrant/Fugitive Section, a Criminal Investigation Bureau, a Court Operations and Satellite Security Section, a Canine Unit, a Records Bureau, and a Transportation/Detention Bureau which oversees the youth detention transportation services to Middlesex County.
More information on each of these organizational components can be viewed by clicking on the tabs to the right.