Resources & Links
This is the official YouTube channel of the Phoenix Police Department. It has videos on safety tips, missing persons, and more.
This site is designed to provide the public with the opportunity to assist law enforcement agencies in locating stolen vehicles. It is not intended to be used for reporting stolen vehicles. Please contact your local law enforcement agency to report a stolen vehicle.
Silent Witness is a non-profit program created to give citizens the opportunity to assist law enforcement in solving crimes. Citizens remain completely anonymous and are paid cash rewards of up to $1,000 when the information they provide leads to arrest or indictment.
To provide unparalleled communication between businesses and the police in the City of Phoenix and surrounding areas.
The police department divides the city into two zones consisting of six geographical areas called precincts. Each precinct is managed by a commander and staffed with anywhere from 185 to 225 officers, depending on the size of the precinct and the level of calls for service. For more information about a specific precinct you can click on the area of the map in which you are interested to go to the precinct page.
In October 1993, the Phoenix Police Museum started as a small exhibit at the Historic City Hall, 17 S. Second Ave. With the assistance of Cindy Myers from the Phoenix Museum of History, a temporary six-month display was created. The event was enthusiastically received.
Official homepage of the Phoenix Police Department.
Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol has long supported the notion that involved residents are the most effective crime fighters, reporting suspicious activity as it occurs. This program allows residents to become more actively involved as partners in crime prevention. They are the Phoenix Police Department’s “Eyes and Ears!”
The Neighborhood Services Department (NSD) focuses on preserving and revitalizing Phoenix neighborhoods and helping residents to access city services and programs. NSD strives to be a dynamic committed partner in building vibrant neighborhoods through developing partnerships, promoting collaborations and leveraging resources. Ultimately, our investment in healthy neighborhoods is an investment in our residents, a sense of community and shared pride.
The Neighborhood Block Watch Grant Program (NBWGP). The NBWGP provides an opportunity to enhance the safety and the quality of life in our city through empowerment of community groups that work to prevent and solve crime-related problems in their neighborhoods. The NBWGP was created to provide funding to neighborhood groups to undertake new and innovative programs and activities aimed at preventing and reducing crime in the community.
This office is responsible for the prosecution of more than 40,000 criminal cases each year. My highest priority is holding criminals accountable for the crimes they commit against people and the community.
Ordinance G-4630, section 2-45.1 was amended to increase neighborhood safety and reduce threats to the public peace, health, safety, and general welfare. The ordinance addresses parties, social gatherings or events which result in disturbing the peace, quiet and enjoyment of our community. These occurrences often lead to excessive noise and traffic, obstruction of public streets, public drunkenness, underage drinking, fights and littering, among other problems.
Keep Phoenix Beautiful is an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization (formerly known as Phoenix Clean and Beautiful). We have been working in Phoenix since 1982 to promote this preservation and protection of our environment.
IC3’s mission is to serve as a vehicle to receive, develop, and refer criminal complaints regarding the rapidly expanding arena of cyber crime.
This is great information for us who do block watching. A lot of people ask about what is illegal, well this says it all.
Learn how to detect and avoid fraud, identity theft, internet scams, consumer ripoffs, con jobs and investment schemes by educating yourself. Fraud Guides is here to help!
The sale and possession of consumer fireworks is legal, with some restrictions. However, the use, discharge, or ignition of the most common types of fireworks including consumer fireworks is still illegal.
Fax Net 1’s sole mission is crime prevention. We accomplish this by designing, implementing and nurturing innovative and successful crime prevention programs.
This page is dedicated to the Phoenix Police Officers that have been killed in the line of duty.
Welcome to the Phoenix CERT website. This website provides information on the Phoenix Community Emergency Response program. Take a moment to view the links on the left for more information on how this program serves the City of Phoenix and how you can get involved.
Official site of the city of Phoenix.
A long standing partnership between the city and citizens. This is a program of neighbors looking out for each other. It is designed to enlist the active participation of citizens to reduce crime by reporting suspicious activity to police and improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
The Attorney General serves as the chief legal officer of the State. The Attorney General is mandated by our constitution and elected to a four-year term by the people of Arizona.
This site has a host of online services available to citizens from public safety, to agency directories.
This is the official website for the Arizona Governor’s Office and has a wealth of information about the current office holder and their staff.
Our mission is to promote and protect the health, safety and welfare of people and pets in Maricopa County.
Angels on Patrol will support families in crisis and youth who have either been abused or neglected, and/or whose caregivers are facing extreme financial hardship identified by Phoenix Police Officers.