- Salary Listing - 2023-2024 Fiscal Year (PDF)
- Salary Listing - 2022-2023 Fiscal Year (PDF)
- Salary Listing - 2021-2022 Fiscal Year (PDF)
State Controller Annual Local Government Compensation Report
Police Officers Association Bargaining Unit
Chief of Police
Captains and Lieutenants
RIPA (Racial and Identity Profiling Act)
In 2015, the Racial and Identity Profiling Act (AB 953) became law, requiring all California law enforcement agencies to collect specific information on each stop (for example: traffic stop, citizen contact, etc.) and including elements of the stop circumstances and the perceived identity characteristics of the individual(s) stopped.
AB 953 requires:
- Data Collection for each stop that is defined as any detention by a peace officer of a person, or any peace officer interaction with a person in which the officer conducts a search.
- The collection of data for vehicle stops, pedestrian stops, and other detentions that occur while responding to calls for service and performing other duties.
Data collected includes:
- The perceived race or ethnicity of the person contacted
- The perceived gender of the person contacted
- The perceived approximate age of the person contacted
- The reason for the contact
- Resulting post-contact outcomes
This data must be reported to the California Department of Justice (DOJ) on an annual basis. The reporting requirement was phased in and CMPA's data collection period began on January 1, 2022, with annual reports made DOJ. Additional information about RIPA is available on the Department of Justice website
View our RIPA dashboard. This information represents data collected between January 1 and December 31, 2023. The dashboard will be updated on a quarterly basis.
- CMPA Policy Manual updated 01/18/2024 (PDF)
AB 481 Materials
- AB392 Use of Force Legislation PowerPoint
- Emotional Intelligence training 2020
- LIDAR Operator course manual -student version
- LIDAR Operator PowerPoint
- RADAR Operator course manual
- RADAR Operator course manual - student version
- RADAR Operator expanded course outline
- RADAR Operator PowerPoint
- Shield of Resilience Mental Health training 2019
- Vehicle Pursuits PowerPoint
- Vehicle Pursuits test
This web page complies with Penal Code section 13650. The above documents listed are all the current standards, policies, practices, operating procedures, and education and training materials of the Central Marin Police Authority. Some investigative, tactical, and security information has been redacted in accordance with existing law. Whenever a record is modified, updated or replaced, the old record will be removed and replaced by the most current version. Instructional materials will be removed when they are no longer taught by the department.