San Mateo Police Station attached to the municipal building is located along Gen. Luna St., Brgy. Guitnang Bayan I, San Mateo, Rizal
Police Population Ratio  -  1: 3,033
PSUPT RONALDO R MENDOZA   -  Chief of Police from September 8, 2008 to present
Camp Vicente Lim is the Headquarters of Police Regional Office 4 (PRO 4) whose area of responsibility covers the ten (10) provinces of Region 4 namely: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon, Mindoro Occidental, Oriental Mindoro, Romblon, Marinduque, and Palawan encompassing (8) cities, (207) municipalities and (5,453) barangays with a land area of (43,684.5) Square Kilometer.
Under PRO4-A CALABARZON, Rizal Provincial Police Office also known as Camp General Licerio Geronimo is located at Hilltop, Brgy. Dolores, Taytay, Rizal.  The Province of Rizal is composed of 14 municipalities and this include San Mateo which is categorized as one of the first class municipality.
Section 4, Article 2 of the 1987 Constitution provides that, "... it is the policy of the State to promote peace and order, ensure public safety and further strengthen local government capability aimed towards the effective delivery of basic services for the citizenry through the establishment of a highly and competent police force that is national in scope and civilian in character".
Section 23, Chapter III, of Republic Act No. 6975, "An Act Establishing the Philippine National Police Under a Reorganized Department of the Interior and Local Government", or otherwise known as, "The PNP Law".
Republic Act No. 8551, "An Act Providing for the Reform and Reorganization of the Philippine National Police and for other Purposes, amending Certain Provisions of RA No. 6975", or otherwise known as, "The PNP Reform Act of 1998".
The town of San Mateo is approximately twenty-four (24) kilometers northeast of the City of Manila and about eleven 11 kilometers south of Pasig City, the former capital of Rizal Province.  It is bounded in the South by the City of Marikina City and in the North of Rodriguez Rizal.  To the West lies Quezon City and to the East is the City of Antipolo.  It has a total population of 188,081 and land area of 4,825.10 hectares composed of fifteen (15) barangays.  The San Mateo Police Station has an effective strength of 62 PNP personnel and the police population ratio is 1: 3,033.
From the assumption of office of the undersigned from September 2008 to Marc 2009, San Mateo registered one hundred twenty-eight (128) cases/incidents. Of the 128 total crime incidents (crime volume), fifty-nine (59) cases falls under index crimes, and the remaining sixty-nine (52) were Non- Index Crimes.
With Crime Volume, the Average Monthly Crime Rate (AMCR) was placed at 11.34% for every 100,000 inhabitants. The Average Monthly Index Crime Rate (AMICR) pegged at 5.22%. With recorded seven (7) unsolved crimes, the Crime Solution Efficiency  for the period is 94.53%.
Comparative Crime Statistics on Criminality
  September 2008 to February 2009
Crime Volume 128
Index Crimes 59
  Crimes versus Persons 48
       Murder 4
       Physical Injuries 29
       Rape 14
  Crimes Versus Property 11
       Robbery 5
Non Index Crimes 69
Ave. Monthly Crime Rate 11.34
Ave. Monthly Index Crime Rate 5.22
Unsolved Crimes 7
Solution Efficiency 94.53%
On Warrant of Arrest:
Sixty-one (61) persons with Warrant of Arrest were arrested within AOR during the period covered.
On Anti-Illegal Drugs:
Nr. of Opn conducted 25
Nr. of Cases Filed in Court 25
Nr. of Arrested persons 37
Nr. of Arrested Pusher 15
Nr. of Arrested User 10
Nr. of Arrested person in possession of Illegal drugs 11
Nr. of Arrested Person on Maintenance of Drug Den 1
A. Maintenance of cleanliness of the station
B. Daily formation and implementation of Tamang Bihis
C. Free Drug Testing to all personnel of San Mateo Police
D. Weekly conduct of Moral Recovery Program and Lectures on Purpose Driven Life
Other Administrative Accomplishments through the support of LHU
A. Issuance of five (5) units of Kenwood transceivers.
B. Issuance of one (1) unit of Acer Laptop Computer
C. Three (3) units of Computers
  a. with printers
D. Seven (7) pcs of Office Chairs
E. Issuance of Base Radio
F. Legal Assistance
G. Financial Support in the conduct of Seminars/Lectures in different Barangays and skill enhancement of Tanods as part  of the Anti Criminality Campaign of the PNP, in the conduct of Police Information and Continuing Education of PNP members and on our Campaign Against Illegal Drugs
H. Installation of Internet Connection
I. Construction of Septic Tank for the detainees
J. Repair and maintenance of Motor vehicles of the station
A. Continuous conduct of seminars on crime prevention and skill enhancement of Barangay Tanods
B. Visitations of Banks & Pawnshops to thwart any robbery incidents
C. Conduct of   visitations and dialogues in different barangays for a better working relationship with the community in terms of public service.
Enhancement of investigation section as well as the WCCD;
Increase of police visibility by round the clock mobile/foot patrol
Creation of Motorcycle cops/QRT
Organization of Neighborhood Watch
Organization & utilization of Community Action Group (SMCAG)
Organizing Police Auxiliary Units (PAU)
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Tel. No. 297-2920
Cellphone no.  0908-5675434
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