San Rafael Police Association

President's Message

Welcome to the San Rafael Police Association website. The San Rafael Police Association is a group of 75 members representing police officers, supervisors and professional staff. Our mission is to support our members, and members of the community of San Rafael. To that end we support a number of community based organizations, the majority of which focus on our youth. Our broader mission includes supporting legislation and initiatives that promote public safety and support our brothers and sisters in the greater law enforcement community. We are proud to be your community partners and appreciate the ongoing support we receive from the residents of San Rafael. We look forward to working with you to keep San Rafael a thriving community focused on families.

Meet the Board Members

Carl Huber, President

Carl Huber began his law enforcement career in Indio Ca. in 1991. He has worked patrol, investigations, school resource, community outreach, and on a narcotics task force. Carl has served on the San Rafael Police Association Board for the past six years and has served as the president of the board for 5 of those years. Carl has a vision of ongoing community involvement by the SRPA.

Christopher Fuller, Vice President

Chris Fuller grew up in Sacramento, CA. and attended the University of California, Davis where he graduated with BA in Psychology. In 2011, Chris was hired by the Sacramento Police Department and attended the Sacramento Police Academy. In 2012, Chris was hired as an officer with the San Rafael Police Department and has worked with SRPD for approximately four years. Chris is currently the Sex Crimes Detective in the San Rafael Investigations unit. Chris is in his second year as a board member on the San Rafael Police Association.

Beth Minka, Treasurer

Beth has been with the San Rafael Police Department since May of 1994 as the Administrative Technician.  She manages the Financial aspects of the Police Departments’ Business Office which include Payroll, Personnel , Accts Payable/Receivable in addition to a host of other duties.   In 2011, and again in 2013, she was elected to serve two year terms as Treasurer and is currently holding that position. 

Mark Wilkinson, Sergeant at Arms

Mark Wilkinson grew on the east coast, spending time in Florida, Boston, and Annapolis, Maryland. Mark graduated from Guilford College in NC with a BS in Business Management. In 2012, Mark moved to California and began working at Marin Speedshop motorcycles. In late 2012, Mark graduated from the Napa Valley Police Academy and was subsequently hired by San Rafael Police Department. Mark is currently the Property Crimes Detective in the San Rafael Investigations unit and serves as Sergeant at Arms for the SRPA.

Rebecca Kuga, Secretary

Rebecca L. Kuga is the Program Supervisor for the San Rafael Police Youth Services Bureau where she has worked since 2006. Rebecca is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has been on the SRPA Board since 2012. She currently is the SRPA secretary he She serves on the SRPD Hostage Negotiation Team and is the Peer Support Team Program Coordinator. Rebecca specializes in trauma recovery, life transitions, bereavement, parenting and adolescents, as well as couples relationship issues. She is trained in Basic CISM, Basic Peer Support, provides assistance with critical incident debriefs and is EMDR certified.

Alex Holm, Director at Large

Alex Holm started at San Rafael Police Department as a Cadet in 2003. He is currently a Detective Corporal in the investigations division. He has worked as a patrol officer, as well as a footbeat officer. Alex also maintains the San Rafael Police Department website, and is part of the crime scene investigation team, major accident investigation team, and is a field training officer. He has been on the San Rafael Police Assocation board since 2012.

Lisa Holton, Director at Large

Lisa Holton's bio is coming soon!

Ryan DeMarta, Director at Large

Ryan has been a Police Officer with the San Rafael Police Department since 2006. He has spent the majority of his career here on patrol, and is currently the Property Crimes Detective with the Investigations Unit. Ryan has been on the Board of Directors since 2014.

Leslie O'Toole, Director at Large

Leslie O'Toole is a graduate of Sonoma State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice Administration. Leslie has been with the San Rafael Police Department since January of 2006. Prior to that she was an officer and a dispatcher with the Fairfax Police Department. She just finished a three and a half year assignment as the Sexual Assault Detective and is currently assigned to patrol. Leslie was elected to the San Rafael Police Association Board in 2015.

Justin Schraeder, Director at Large

Justin Schraeder's bio is coming soon!.

About the San Rafael Police Association

The San Rafael Police Association is an employee labor organization representing sworn and non-sworn employees of the San Rafael Police Department.


May 1, 2017

The members of the San Rafael Police Department dedicate our love and support to Officer Leslie O'Toole, a member of our family who is courageously battling breast cancer. The #Warrior529 website will contain an updated list of social events and ways you can help show your support for #Warrior529.

October 1, 2016

In honor and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the San Rafael Police Department and San Rafael Parking Services will be participating in the Pink Patch Project San Rafael. This project is a quickly growing law enforcement public awareness campaign that has taken hold in Southern California, specifically Los Angeles County. The San Rafael Police Association is leading the effort to raise awareness about breast cancer in Marin County. For the month of October, patrol and field personnel will wear pink and black uniform patches, in lieu of standard issued patches, to show their support for breast cancer awareness.

This is the first year of participation by the San Rafael Police and Parking Services employees and was initiated, in part, as a show of support for one of their own, Youth Services Bureau Supervisor Rebecca Kuga, who lost her mother, Lynn McCarty, to breast cancer on September 7th, 2016.

Patches will be available to the public for a $10 donation, supporting Zero Breast Cancer Marin. Make a donation at the San Rafael Police Departent, or online at the Pink Patch Project San Rafael website.

Contact Us

Questions or comments?

San Rafael Police Association
PO BOX 151557
San Rafael, CA 94915