Emergency Management

Emergency Management

The NSA Monterey Emergency Management team, in collaboration with our civilian community emergency response partners, is dedicated to providing timely and pertinent disaster preparedness planning, information, training and incident response coordination to NSA Monterey and tenant commands that supports survival and mission continuity during emergencies, disasters or other catastrophic events.

AtHoc Alerts

AtHoc is the NSA Monterey mass notification system. AtHoc allows NSA Monterey’s Emergency Management Office to quickly and effectively communicate critical information to NSA Monterey personnel in emergency situations through numerous communications channels, including desktop popups, email alerts, mobile app alerts, phone calls, and SMS/text notifications. Personnel are encouraged to update their AtHoc Self Service profile with their work location(s) and additional contact methods. For instructions or more information about NSA Monterey’s AtHoc, click here

Be Informed:
Local Hazards:
• Earthquakes
• Floods
• Wildfire
• Tsunamis
• High Winds
• High Surf
• Use MyHazards to discover hazards in your area using your address and learn steps to reduce personal risk to earthquake, flood, fire, and tsunami - http://myhazards.calema.ca.gov/
Stay Informed
• A!ert Monterey:  A system used by City and County public safety officials to deliver emergency notifications to residents and businesses impacted by, or in danger of being impacted by, an emergency or disaster  - http://www.alertmontereycounty.org
• Nixel:  A Community Information Service dedicated to helping you stay connected to the information that matters most to you, depending on your physical location - https://nixle.com
• San Benito and Santa Cruz CodeRed:  Subscribe to the Emergency Notification System for the entire counties of San Benito and Santa Cruz - https://public.coderedweb.com/cne/en-US/218A80E36F49
• A!ert SCC for Santa Clara:  This system will allow you to receive timely notifications about emergency situations in Santa Clara County - https://alertscc.bbcportal.com/Entry
Make a Plan:
Make a family communications plan and know what your family should do and where they should go in the event of a disaster.  Everyone in the family should have important numbers readily available.  Children should know who to call in the event that the parents or adults are incapacitated.  Don’t rely on electricity or cellular services to be available.  Have back up plans and have numbers printed and in a common area of the home, work, and car.
•Build a Kit:
Every family should have an emergency kit available at home, work, and in the car, that includes basic survival supplies to last at least 3 days but 7 days is recommended.  Don’t forget to plan for your pets preparedness the same as you would for you and your family.
Get a Pet Inside sticker FREE from the ASPCA: https://secure.aspca.org/form/free-pet-safety-pack
Contact Us:
–Emergency Number: 9-911
–NSAM Police Desk: 656-2555
–Public Affairs Officer: 656-3059
–Fleet and Family Support Center: 656-3060
–American Red Cross: 831-372-5490
–EOC:  656-7800/7798/7842
Related Links:
Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NSAMonterey
Navy Family Accountability and Assessment System (NFAAS):  https://navyfamily.navy.mil/
Monterey County 2-1-1, call 2-1-1 for emergency and non-emergency information as well as community services resources information - http://211mc.org/
Local weather:  Click on map location for current weather information - http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=36.5966&lon=-121.8734#.VuNA1FLse-8

Force Protection

Welcome to the NSA- Monterey Police Department home page, a full-service Law Enforcement Agency responsible for providing police services to the Naval Support Activity Detachment Community and its tenant commands. The NSA Monterey Police Department's area of responsibility encompasses five geographically distinct areas totaling over 500 acres in the Monterey area.


Gate Operations:

Sloat Main Gate:        24/7

Del-Monte Gate:         0700-0830 / 1600-1730 M-Th and 0700- 0830 on Fridays

ANNEX Gate:             24/7

Gates hours and operations are subject to change at any time due to Force Protection needs.

Pass/ID Office Hours : Monday- Friday 0700-1500. Closed for lunch from 1130-1200.  Closed Holidays.



Dial 911

Non Emergencies:

(831) 656-2555


Security Officer:

(831) 656-2236 or seco@nps.edu


Click here to provide feedback or suggestions to the NSA-Monterey Police department. This feedback form is completely anonymous and your responses are sent directly to the Security Officer.


What do you do if you get a traffic/parking citation?
Individuals who are cited for traffic and parking violations at local federal properties generally have three options. They may: 1) Pay the fine in full before their court date, 2) appear in court, or 3) contact the Special Assistant United States Attorney (SAUSA) to protest the ticket or indicate intent to plead no contest in advance of the court date. Note, some citations require court appearance; the citation will indicate whether this is the case. Individuals who fail to take action on a ticket will be unable to register vehicles or renew licenses. Individuals may also lose their driving privileges on Monterey Peninsula Military Bases.

Payment: All payments must be made to the Central Violations Bureau in accordance with the instructions on the citation and on the CVB website: http://www.cvb.uscourts.gov/ CVB must be receive payment within two weeks after issuance of the citation or CVB will send a Notice to Appear with a court date to the defendant.

Protests and No Contest: If you wish to discuss your citation with the SAUSA prior to the court date, you may do so by contacting the POC listed below. You may indicate you intent not to contest the ticket, in which case the SAUSA has the authority to request a reduced fine. You may also discuss why you believe the citation should not have been issued in the first place.

Insurance or registration citation: For citations issued for failure to provide proof of insurance or for not having a valid registration. You MUST provide:
1. Written proof the insured had insurance of their vehicle was registered on the date he/she was cited,
2. Written proof there has been no lapse in coverage or registration since the citation was issued.
POC: The point of contact for protest is Ms. Valeria Watkins, SAUSA paralegal, at (831) 242-7321 or valeria.a.watkins.civ@mail.mil. Protest may be mailed to the SAUSA at: DLIFLC, 1336 Plummer Street, Building 275, Monterey, CA 93944 or faxed to (831) 242-6392.

Please do not show up at Bldg 275 without a scheduled appointment. When you submit a protest, you are asking the prosecutor (the SAUSA) to consider reducing or dismissing your citation. Simply submitting a protest does not clear a citation, and it does not excuse you from your scheduled court appearance. Unless you receive notice from the SAUSA that your citation was reduced or dismissed, you must appear in court or pay in full.
Court: If the defendant chooses to appear in court, or has received a notice to appear in court, infraction hearings are held in the United States Bankruptcy court in Salinas. Court is generally held on the first Monday of every month. The Bankruptcy Court is located at 1000 S. Main Street in Salinas, California.



If you need assistance with any of the items listed below, click on the corresponding link to download the police form.









Command Religious Program

Command Religious Program (N00R)

We are located at the Naval Support Activity Monterey (NSAM) Chapel, Building 300, and may be reached at 831-656-2241 during regular duty hours. For more information, please browse to the Command Religious Program site -->


Legal Services

Local Legal Services Contact Info


Staff Judge Advocate

Naval Post Graduate School

Bldg 273 Stone Road

Monterey, CA 93943


Phone:  831-656-2506 or 3388


The RLSO SW BROFF/NPS Staff Judge Advocate office is composed of one Staff Judge Advocate, one civilian paralegal, and a Legalman. The office provides legal advice on military related legal issues, including command investigations, military justice issues, and administrative law matters.  The Staff Judge Advocate is also an Ethics Counselor for NPS and in this role provides ethics advise on matters such as acceptance of gifts to the Navy, relations with non-federal entities, outside employment, and conflicts of interest for military personnel.  

In addition to the above, the following limited legal services are available for active duty, reservists, retirees, and family members with military identification:

Notary Services / Powers of Attorney: Tuesday and Thursday – 1300-1500 or by appointment.

Real Estate Documents: Call to determine availability.

Wills: Not available in the NPS Staff Judge Advocate office.  Call DLIFLC Staff Judge Advocate for an appointment at (831) 242-5083.

For all other personal legal assistance matters, please visit the Staff Judge Advocate link under Staff Organization on the Presidio of Monterey website.


Other Info of Interest

Standards of Conduct Privacy Act Information Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
Legal Resources Copyright/Patent  
Powers of Attorney / Notary Immigration Gifts of Travel
Outside Employment Post-Government Employment Claims


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Mission First, Safety Always! The implementation of an occupational safety and health program for personnel assigned to Naval Support Activity Monterey (NSA Monterey) is managed by the Occupational Safety & Health Installation Program Director. The Safety program integrates resources and policy to prevent mishaps and ensure the well-being of all personnel while at work through:

  • Active Occupational Safety & Health Management, Oversight and Consultation
  • Mishap investigation, awareness and prevention
  • Training and Education
    • Motorcycle Safety & Driver Improvement Training

    • CPR, AED & First Aid certification

  • Workplace Safety and Health Assessments
    • Workplace Inspections

    • Ergonomic Analyses

    • Employee Reports of Unsafe or Unhealthful Working Conditions

  • Hazard Abatement
  • ESAMS Administration
  • Medical Surveillance and Occupational Health Support
  • Project and Plan Reviews

The NAVOSH Installation Program Director may be reached at 831-656-2822.



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