Prescott Police Patch


Prescott Police Officers interacting with child at park
Prescott Police Motorcycle on Road

We are dedicated to providing our community with superior Public Safety services. We owe much of our success to both our employees and our many volunteers. It is this kind of partnership that makes Prescott “Everybody’s Hometown.”

Prescott Swat Team Driver of Tactical Vehicle getting in.


Members of the Prescott Police Department embrace the following values in the course of their employment and service to our community:

  • I      Integrity
  • C     Courage
  • A     Accountability
  • R     Respect
  • E     Excellence
Prescott Swat Photo of muzzle of Rifle in foreground

The vision of the Prescott Police Department is to be a leader in our region.  We work with community members in order to provide superior public safety services.

The mission of the Prescott Police Department is to provide the highest level of service.  It’s a collaborative effort with our community to protect life, property, and the right of all people.

Prescott Police Bike Patrol Officer at top of stairs in narrow brick area.


Crime Prevention

One of the Prescott Police Department’s goals is to enhance the quality of life in the city of Prescott.  We do this by working cooperatively with the public to prevent crime, enforce the law, and preserve the peace.  We provide a safe environment through professional education programs aimed at promoting community involvement in crime prevention.

Prescott Swat Team with rifles drawn exiting tactical vehicle.

Crime Prevention is the anticipation, recognition, and appraisal of a crime risk and the initiation of some action to remove or reduce it.

The Police Department wants you to be safe and comfortable in your home and during your daily activities, whether at leisure or at work. Although the department works very hard to create the safest environment possible, it is very important to remember that all citizens play a vital part in crime prevention. Crime prevention is truly a police-community partnership. By working together, we can reduce crime and enhance the quality of life.

Prescott Police Bike Patrol Riding down dirt path
Prescott Police Chief Amy Bonney

Police Chief Amy Bonney began her career with the Prescott Police Department in 1998. She served as a patrol officer and has held many positions while rising through the ranks until her promotion to Deputy Chief in 2016 and Police Chief in 2021. During her career, Police Chief Bonney was awarded the Medal of Valor, Sworn Officer of the Year, Supervisor of the Year, and multiple other departmental and community awards.

Police Chief Bonney is proud to be involved and active in the Prescott and law enforcement communities; currently serving as the Immediate Past President of the Arizona Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates, a member of the Board of Directors for the Kiwanis Club of Prescott, and a member of the Board of Directors for the Arizona Peace Officers Memorial committee, among others.

Police Chief Bonney holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Northern Arizona University, a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Phoenix, and graduated with the 257th session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.