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      Police and Law Enforcement in the Metro Phoenix Area

      If You have been arrested within the metropolitan Phoenix area it is most likely it will have been by one of two primary law enforcement agencies. Municipal or City Police department or the Sheriff’s Office.

      The larger city police departments in the metro Phoenix area are:

      Apache Police, AZ Department

      Chandler, AZ Police Department

      Gilbert, AZ Police Department

      Glendale, AZ Police Department

      Mesa, AZ Police Department

      Peoria, AZ Police Department

      Phoenix, AZ Police Department

      Scottsdale, AZ Police Department

      Surprise, AZ Police Department

      Tempe, AZ Police Department

      The two primary Sheriff’s offices would be:

      Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department

      Pinal County Sheriff’s Office


      Cities of Phoenix Metro


      Physical Address: 1001 North Idaho Road
      Mailing Address: 300 East Superstition Blvd.
      Apache Junction, AZ  85219
      Ph: (480) 982-8260
      8:00 am – 5:00 pm
      Monday – Friday


      Mail Stop 303
      PO Box 4008
      Chandler, Arizona 85244-4008

      CPD Physical Address:
      Chandler Police Department
      250 East Chicago Street
      Chandler, Arizona 85225

      West Substation
      Desert Breeze Substation
      251 N. Desert Breeze W.
      Chandler, AZ 85226

      South Substation
      Chandler Heights Substation
      4040 E. Chandler Heights Rd.
      Chandler, Az


      Non-Emergency(480) 782-4130
      Anonymous Tips Line(480) 782-4440
      Administration(480) 782-4103
      Citizen’s Academy(480) 782-4521
      Community Services(480) 782-4951
      Crime Free Multi-Housing(480) 782-4962
      Crime Prevention(480)782-4521
      Crime Stop(480) 782-4130
      Criminal Investigations(480) 782-4400
      Departmental Fax(480) 782-4110
      Dispatcher Observer Program(480) 782-4130
      Field Operations(480) 782-4200
      Fingerprinting(480) 782-4000
      Graffiti Hotline(480) 782-4322
      D.A.R.E.(480) 782-4951
      Police Officer Observer Program(480) 782-4200
      Property and Evidence Unit(480) 782-4065
      Public Information Officers(480) 782-4105
      Records/Report Copies(480) 782-4000
      Recruitment Hotline(480) 782-4552 local
      (877) 782-4838 toll free
      Report Smoking Ordinance Violations (Fire Department)(480) 782-2121
      Sex Offender Registration & Tracking(480) 782-4479
      Traffic Division(480) 782-4800
      Unsolved Crimes(480) 782-4400
      Victim Assistance Program(480) 782-4535
      Volunteer Coordinator(480) 782-4909



      Main Police Department
      75 E Civic Center Dr
      Gilbert, AZ 85296
      (480) 503-6500- Non-Emergency

      Santan Substation is located at Greenfield and Queen Creek

      Chief of Police – (480) 635-7600
      Crime Prevention – (480) 503-6527
      Recruitment – (480) 635-7400
      Volunteering – (480) 635-7700
      Youth and Adult Resources – (480) 635-7705
      Police Records – (480) 635-7020


      Main – Downtown station – 6835 N. 57th Dr.
      Foothills –  6255 W. Union Hills Dr.
      Gateway – 6261 N. 83rd Ave.


      Non-Emergency(623) 930-3000
      Administration(623) 930-3059
      City Jail(623) 930-3020
      Community Action Teams (CAT)(623) 930-3380
      Explorer Post #2469623) 930-3226
      File a Police Report623) 930-3000
      Fingerprinting Hotline(623) 930-3099
      Gang Hotline(623) 930-4264
      Graffiti Hotline(623) 930-3080
      Hit and Run Accident Information(623) 930-3495
      Investigations (Detectives)(623) 930-3300
      Narcotics Tip Line(623) 930-3353
      Police Property Room(623) 930-3375
      Public Information Officer (PIO)
      Records – Order criminal or accident reports(623) 930-3100
      Recruitment/Employment Opportunities(623) 930-COPS
      Traffic Enforcement Requests(623) 930-3495
      Victim Assistance(623) 930-3030
      Volunteer Program(623) 772-7118


      Mesa Police Department
      130 North Robson
      Mesa AZ 85201-6697
      Emergency: 9-1-1



      Peoria Public Safety Administration Building
      8351 W. Cinnabar Avenue
      Peoria, AZ 85345


      Non-emergency(623) 773-8311
      Administration(623) 773-7096
      Alarms Coordinator(623) 773-7017
      Citizen’s Academy(623) 773-7099
      Citizen’s Pipeline(623) 773-7002
      Community Relations Unit(623) 773-7099
      Criminal Investigations Bureau(623) 773-7097
      Drug Hotline(623) 773-7123
      Explorer Post Hotline Message(623) 773-8000
      Graffiti Hotline(623) 773-7094
      Job Hotline(623) 773-7105
      Property and Evidence(623) 773-7086
      Records(obtain police reports, arrest warrants)(623) 773-7098
      Recruitment Hotline(623) 773-7071
      Traffic Hotline(623) 773-7020
      Training(623) 773-8055
      Ride Along Program Hotline(623) 773-8054
      Media Relations Office(623) 773-8052


      Phoenix Police Department
      Phoenix Police Department
      620 West Washington Street
      Phoenix, Arizona 85003

      Call 911 if it is an emergency

      Crime Stop – 602-262-6151 (to file a police report or have an officer dispatched) 

      The Phoenix Police Department comprises more than 3,500 officers and 700 support personnel who protect a population of more than 1.6 million and patrol almost 516 square miles. This large area is broken down into 8 precincts covered by the Phoenix Police Department.

      Desert Horizon Precinct
      The Desert Horizon Police Precinct is staffed by Phoenix Police Department employees and is located at 16030 North 56th Street. The Desert Horizon Precinct is also responsible for the Sunnyslope Neighborhood Police Station which is located at 750 West Peoria Avenue. Officers are not usually in the station for contact; they are dispatched through the Police Communications operators by calling Crime Stop at (602) 262-6151.  Police Aides are assigned to the station to answer telephones and provide general information to walk-in visitors generally from 5:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.
      Desert Horizon Precinct
      16030 North 56th Street
      Phone # (602) 495-5006
      Sunnyslope Neighborhood Police Station
      750 West Peoria Avenue
      Phone # (602) 261-8996
      Black Mountain Precinct
      The Black Mountain Police Precinct is staffed by Phoenix Police Department employees and is located at 33355 North Cave Creek Road. The Black Mountain Precinct is also responsible for the Goelet A.C. Beuf Neighborhood Police Station which is located at 3435 West Pinnacle Peak Road. Officers are not usually in the station for contact; they are dispatched through the Police Communications operators by calling Crime Stop at (602) 262-6151 or 911. Police Aides are assigned to Black Mountain Precinct to answer telephones and provide general information to walk-in visitors generally from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding all city holidays). Black Mountain Precinct serves approximately 182 square miles with an approximate population of 224,000 residents.
      Black Mountain Precinct         
      33355 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix AZ, 85331
      (602) 495-5002

      Beuf Neighborhood Substation
      3435 West Pinnacle Peak Road
      Phoenix, AZ 85035

      Cactus Park Precinct

      Located in the northwest section of the city, Cactus Park Precinct is approximately 30 square miles with a population of over 188,000 residents. The precinct is divided into squad areas designated as 91, 92, and 93. The station consists of 202 highly trained patrol officers, 16 reserve officers, 19 supervisors, 6 lieutenants, and 5 civilian employees. The precinct provides patrol coverage for the Cactus Park community, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  In 2011, approximately 101,688 calls were responded to within Cactus Park Precinct boundaries.

      Cactus Park Precinct
      12220 North 39th Avenue
      Phoenix, AZ 85029
      Tel. 602-495-5009
      Fax. 602-534-3660

      Mountain View Precinct

      The Mountain View Precinct is divided into three squad areas designated as 71, 72, and 73. The approximate boundaries are the I17 to the West and I10 to the South. The northern edge begins at Bethany Home and then joins the 51 at Missouri where it heads further north to Northern and the runs through parts of the phoenix mountain preserve and further east. The east most portion of the precinct is at Invergordon.

      Mountain View Precinct
      2075 East Maryland Ave.
      Phoenix, AZ 85016
      (602) 495-5007


      Central City Precinct

      The Central City Precinct delivers police service to the 91,500+ community members who reside within the boundaries of the precinct, which cover more than 18 square miles. The precinct provides a full range of emergency-response and public safety services to prevent crime and enforce the law in a manner that makes residents and visitors feel safe in their homes, schools, businesses, and neighborhoods. Precinct patrol officers respond to calls for service and situations they view while patrolling their beats. The Community Action Officers and Neighborhood Enforcement Teams work hard to closely align police response to the distinct needs of specific areas.  They also serve to support and supplement the work of the patrol officers who perform their duties around the clock with pride, professionalism, and integrity.

      Central City Precinct
      1902 S. 16th street
      Phoenix, AZ 85034
      602 495 5005

      Estrella Mountain Precinct

      The Estrella Mountain Precinct officially opened its doors on Friday, September 25, 2009.  This new 25,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility is one of two new precincts for the Phoenix Police Department.
      The Estrella Mountain Precinct houses just over 200 officers and is responsible for approximately 69 square miles of the city of Phoenix.  Within the precinct, there are Community Action Officers, Neighborhood Enforcement Teams, School Resource Officers, Field Training Officers, Property Crimes Detectives, Family Investigation Detectives, Auto Theft Detectives, and 151 first responders to assist you with calls to Crime Stop, 911 or other neighborhood concerns you may have.
      If you need assistance, the front desk is staffed from 7 AM to 9 PM, 7 days a week. Be reminded, officers are not dispatched from the station. Please call 911 or Crime Stop (602-262-6151) if you need to report an incident or need follow up to an incident.

      Estrella Mountain Precinct
      2111 South 99th Avenue
      Tolleson, AZ 85353
      Fax 602-495-0725

      Maryvale Precinct

      The Maryvale Precinct has a diverse community that is located in the southwest portion of the City of Phoenix. The boundaries are essentially Grand Avenue to the east, 67th Avenue to the West, I-10 Freeway to the South and Camelback to the north.  The precinct is 15.23 square miles with an approximate population of 116,160.

      Maryvale Precinct
      6180 W. Encanto Blvd
      Phoenix, AZ 85035
      602 495 5008

      South Mountain Precinct

      Located in the southern area of the city, South Mountain Precinct is approximately 115 square miles with a population of approximately 272,000 residents. The precinct is divided into four squad areas designated as 41, 42, 43, and 44. The South Mountain Precinct provides patrol coverage for the its south Phoenix community, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

      South Mountain Precinct
      400 W. Southern Ave.
      Phoenix, AZ 85041
      602 495 5004


      Ahwatukee Foothills Substation
      17010 S. 48th St.
      Phoenix, AZ 85048


      Crime Stop – Non Emergency crime reporting(602)262-6151
      Abandoned Vehicles – Private Property(602)262-7844
      Abandoned Vehicles – Streets, Alleys(602)262-6151
      Block Watch(602)495-0597
      Community Programs(602)262-8371
      Crime-Free Multi-Housing Program(602)495-6897
      Explorers Program(602)262-7336
      Employment – Police/Fire(602)534-5627
      Family Advocacy Center(602)534-3072
      G.R.E.A.T. Program(602)495-0431
      Graffiti Reward Hotline(602)262-7327
      Graffiti Busters(602)495-7014
      Gang Hotline(602)534-4264
      General Information(602)262-7626
      Violent Crimes Bureau (assaults, homicide, robbery)(602)262-6141
      Impounded Property(602)261-8371
      Major Offender Bureau(602)644-5910
      Major Offender Bureau – Crime Hotline(602)262-CRIME
      Loud Party Information(602-262-7803
      Police Museum(602)534-7278
      Police Chiefs Office(602)262-6747
      Police Precincts
      Cactus Park(602)495-5009
      Central City(602)495-5005
      Desert Horizon(602)495-5006
      South Mountain(602)495-5004
      Mountain View(602)495-5007
      Black Mountain(602) 495-5002
      Estrella Mountain(602) 495-5003
      Prisoner Booking Information(602)256-0322
      Professional Standards Bureau (complaints, commendations)(602)262-4580
      (nights, weekends, holidays)(602)262-7626
      Records Information for public (accident reports, police reports, statistics)(602)534-1127
      Police Reserves Program(602)534-9000
      Silent Witness(480)WITNESS
      or toll free1-800-343-tips
      Traffic Safety Complaints – Neighborhoods(602) 534-7733
      Traffic Safety Complaints – Vehicle Impounds(602) 495-2096
      Traffic Safety Complaints – Vehicle Permits (Overdimensional, overweight vehicles)(602) 262-6099


      Police Headquarters
      8401 E. Indian School Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
      (480) 312-1900

      Police Records (East entrance)
      (480) 312-1999

      District 1 McKellips Commander: Scott Popp
      District 2 Downtown Commander: Johnny Cervantes
      3700 N. 75th Street Scottsdale, AZ 85251
      (480) 312-2716
      District 3 Via Linda Police Property
      9065 E. Via Linda Scottsdale, AZ 85258
      (480) 312-5025 Commander: Burl Haenel

      District 4 Foothills
      20363 N. Pima Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85255
      (480) 312-8800 Commander: Bill Wilton

      Contacts In Case of Emergency…. 9 – 1 – 1
      (480) 312-5000 Main non-emergency Number
      (480) 312-1922 Community Relations
      (480) 312-1999 Records


      14250 W. Statler Plaza Surprise, AZ 85374
      Phone: 623.222.4000
      Fax: 623.222.4001
      TDD: 623.222.4004


      Main Station 120 East 5th Street Tempe, AZ 85281
      (480) 350-8306
      Tempe Police South Substation
      8201 South Hardy Drive Tempe, AZ 85284
      Tempe Police Apache Blvd. Substation
      1855 E. Apache Blvd. Tempe, AZ 85281


      100 West Washington Suite 1900
      Phoenix, AZ 85003
      Sheriff Arpaio: (602) 876-1801
      Chiefs and Commanders: (602) 876-1801
      Main District Office:
      1840 S. Lewis Mesa, AZ 85210
      Phone: (602) 876-1853
      District 2 Main District Office:
      920 E Van Buren St Avondale, AZ 85323
      Phone: (602) 876-1865
      Buckeye Substation:
      100 North Apache Buckeye, AZ 85326
      Phone: (602) 876-1717
      Gila Bend Substation:
      303 West Pima Street Gila Bend, AZ 85337
      Phone: (602) 876-1870
      District 3 Main District Office:
      13063 W. Bell Rd. Surprise, Arizona 85374
      Main Phone: (602) 876-1602
      District 4 Main District Office:
      37622 N. Cave Creek Road Cave Creek, AZ 85331
      Phone: (602) 876-1742

      District 6 Main District Office:
      16705 East Avenue of the Fountains Fountain Hills, AZ 85269
      Main Phone: (602) 876-1869

      District 7 Main District Office:
      16705 East Avenue of the Fountains Fountain Hills, AZ 85269
      Main Phone: (602) 876-1869



      Postal Address
      Pinal County Sheriff’s Office
      P.O. Box 867
      Florence, AZ 85132

      Physical Address
      Pinal County Sheriff’s Office
      971 N Jason Lopez Circle
      Building C
      Florence, AZ 85132

      Phone Numbers
      Emergencies: 9-1-1
      PCSO Main Number: 1-800-420-8689
      Administration: 520-866-6800
      Dispatch: 520-866-5111
      Personnel: 520-866-5121
      Public Information Office: 520-866-6800
      Records: 520-866-5193