The city of Gilroy is often described as being the “Garlic Capital of the World”. The southern-most city in Santa Clara County is also home to to the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, which features a vast offering of garlic-infused foods. At the same time, though, Gilroy is more than just a farming town. It also has its own theme park and is home to 17 wineries and the Gilroy Yamato Hot Springs, which is a California Historical Landmark.
The area is patrolled by members of the Gilroy Police Department. Their vision is simple: to protect community members and to ensure the safety of residents, visitors, business owners and guests. They strive to act with courage and professionalism at all times and work each day to provide the highest level of service possible.
Gilroy Police Department
7301 Hanna Street
Gilroy, CA 95020
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Gilroy Police Chief Denise J. Turner said that public safety is the department’s number one priority. Efforts to build coalitions with community based organizations, business owners, schools and residents are ongoing. Turner believes that working together is the best way to keep residents safe from harm.
The Gilroy Police Department does not have its own jail. When someone is arrested within the city’s limits they will likely be transported to either the Elmwood Corectional Facility or the Santa Clara Main Jail Complex in order to be booked and processed. Bail bonds can be posted at either location 24-hours a day.
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