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Chief Dave Hober
Lieutenant Jeff Jackson
Lieutenant Marty Hart
Lieutenant Bill Clark
Administrative Analyst Karen Faurot
Chief Dave Hober
Dave Hober was appointed as the twenty-second Chief of the Monterey Police Department (MPD) on July 15, 2015. Dave was hired by the MPD in February 2015, as the Assistant Chief of Police.
Dave started his law enforcement career in 1988, with the San Jose Police Department (SJPD). Dave worked various assignments as an officer and sergeant which included; Patrol, Narcotics Enforcement Team (NET), Mobile Emergency Response Group & Equipment (MERGE), Field Training Officer (FTO), Vice, Assaults, Robbery, Street Detective, Internal Affairs, Chief’s Adjutant and as a Tactical Negotiator. In 1996, Dave left the SJPD, graduated from the FBI Academy (NAC 96-18) and served as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for 14 months before returning to the SJPD. As a lieutenant, Dave was a patrol watch commander and subsequently commanded the VCET/HMU/Air Support units and the Criminal Intelligence/Vice units. As a captain, Dave's assignments included commanding a Bureau of Investigations Division and being assigned to represent the City of San Jose on a regional federal funding consortium. As a Deputy Chief, Dave commanded three of the four bureaus of the SJPD; Investigations, Technical Services and the Bureau of Field Operations.
Dave holds a bachelors degree in Political Science and dual graduate degrees in Public Administration and Criminal Justice Administration from San Jose State University. Dave is a graduate of the Senior Management Institute for Police, hosted by PERF (Class 44).
Dave and his wife have three children and live on the Monterey Peninsula. Dave grew up and went to school in Santa Cruz County. Dave’s mother’s family came to Northern California in the 1840s.
Jeff Jackson, Lieutenant
Jeff has been with the Department since 1990. Prior to the joining the Monterey Police Department, he was a Reserve Police Officer with the Chico Police Department from 1987 - 1989. He has a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from California State University, Chico and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Golden Gate University. Jeff has had several assignments including patrol, training, personnel, investigations, and Public Information Officer.
Marty Hart, Lieutenant
Marty started his law enforcement career in 1985. He joined the Monterey Police team in 1988. Since joining the department, Marty has worked as a patrol officer, field training officer, detective and patrol sergeant. Marty has overseen the field training program, canine program and currently manages the police vehicle fleet and radio transition team. Marty grew up in the City of Monterey and attended local schools. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice Management from Union Institute and University and is currently working towards his Master's in Organizational Leadership from Columbia Southern University. In his off time, Marty enjoys golfing and creating memories with his family and friends.
Bill Clark, Lieutenant
Bill has been with the Department since 1989. He was born and raised in Monterey. During the first half of his career, Bill worked a number of different assignments, to include patrol, field training, and in the Investigations Division, where he spent many years. Promoted to sergeant in 2006, Bill handled several different supervisory positions including patrol, field training, personnel and recruitment, and investigations. He was also the sergeant for the Peninsula Regional Violence and Narcotics Team (PRVNT). Bill has been a member of the regional Special Response Unit (SRU) since its inception in 2009, currently serving as a tactical commander.
In 2015, Bill was promoted to Lieutenant, where he serves in the Patrol Division. Bill is also active in the Monterey Peninsula Homeless Exchange, a group of local police agencies and social service providers that meet monthly to actively work together to address the specific issues and needs of the homeless on the Peninsula.
Karen Faurot, Administrative Analyst
Karen has been with the Department since 2007. She started as an Executive Assistant and has been in her current position since May 2012. Karen currently manages the Operations Division. She also oversees taxi and massage permits, the department budget, grants, and the Police facility. Karen holds a Bachelor's degree in Business and Professional Studies and a Master's degree in Public Administration.