Welcome to the official website of 

The Monterey County
Deputy Sheriff's Association

The Monterey County Deputy Sheriff's Association represents the deputies, sergeants, commanders and district attorney investigators throughout Monterey County.

The goal of the MOCODSA is to partner with the community and provide quality police service through community interaction, emphasizing the highest degree of cooperation, professionalism and ethical behavior, and to create an atmosphere of safety and security.

Learn About The MOCODSA

  • The Monterey County Deputy Sheriff's Association (DSA) represents the Deputies, Sergeants, Commanders, and District Attorney Investigators throughout Monterey County.

    Our goal is to enhance wages, benefits and working conditions while remembering we are law enforcement officers dedicated to serving all segments of the community with the pride and caring of professional deputies.

    We support the many different communities, in Monterey County, through our charitable giving and the promotion of programs that enhance public safety.

    We emphatically believe in working together, alongside the community, to make Monterey County a safe place to live, work, visit, and raise children.

    Dan Mitchell
    President, Monterey County Deputy Sheriff's Association
  • The Monterey County Deputy Sheriffs' Association is the union body of the deputy sheriffs of the Monterey County Sheriff's Office. With a population of over 421,000, the county is serviced and protected by 400 dedicated and highly trained sheriffs

    The MOCODSA in conjunction with the administration of the Monterey County Sheriffs' Office ensures each member maintains the highest level of training, ethics and professionalism while serving as a member of the department.

    The association is governed by a board of directors. Members are elected to the positions of President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and three Director positions. Elections are held in October, and positions are held for a period of two years.
  • The MOCODSA appreciates generous donors like yourself, who make it possible for our association to continue it's mission.

    Along with ensuring the working conditions, benefits and wages are fair for our employees, we ensure our members are providing the most professional law enforcement services to the communities we serve.

The Latest MOCODSA News

July 14, 2017
Law Enforcement News
On Wednesday, July 12, the law offices of Mastagni Holstedt were vandalized when someone placed graffiti on the outside of their offices in Sacramento. The Monterey County Deputy Sheriff's Association is represented by Mastagni Holstedt. It is d...
June 29, 2017
Law Enforcement News
By John BeckerMention the words "police officer" and many images come to mind. One of the most common is someone strong standing in between innocence and danger. Law enforcement officers face so many risks today. Drug use, robberies, and violent crim...
June 29, 2017
Law Enforcement News
In another effort to provide new guidelines on law enforcement's use of force, the National Consensus Policy on Use of Force (NCP) was recently released by 11 major law enforcement leadership organizations. These policies are set out as a template fo...

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