No – not unless there is an injury or it is a hit-and-run. Parties involved may exchange information and contact their respective insurance companies.
Persons can search for registered sex offenders by visiting the Arizona Department of Public Safety Sex Offender Registry at: http://www.icrimewatch.net/index.php?AgencyID=55662
Contact the Volunteer Coordinator at (928) 777-1988
As part of their prescription drug program, the City of Prescott Police Department is accepting prescription pills for disposal at no cost. Empty the pill containers into a Ziploc bag and bring them to 222 S. Marina Street during
Contact the Prescott Police Records Section at 777-1988 to obtain a Ride Along Form . The form will explain the requirements and allow you to choose a desired date and time for your tour.
The Prescott Police Department does not do fingerprinting but you can contact the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, Yavapai College if you are a student and or the Prescott Valley Police Department for their dates, times and cost.
The best way to find this information is to contact the courts directly. Because we cannot verify identity over the telephone, we can’t release the information if you call. If you come to Records in person, we are required to notify an officer and you may be arrested.
No – not unless a child is locked in the vehicle; police and fire do not respond to keys locked in a vehicle.
Contact our Records Section (928) 777-1988 and they will give you guidelines for obtaining a copy of a police report.
We are open to the public from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday through Friday.
Yavapai County Jail- Camp Verde (928) 567-7734
We are located at 222 South Marina, Prescott, Arizona 86303.
Specific requests for statistical information can be submitted on-line or in person at the Prescott Police Department.
If the property is either lost or found-you can make an appointment through the Prescott Police Department property and evidence section to retrieve the property. If the items held are evidence in a criminal case or are being held as a result of a court order, the property may be retrieved as allowable by law after the case has been completed through the court process.
The Prescott Police Department takes pride in approaching crime through a victim centered approach. A complete and thorough investigation will be conducted and services such as the representation of a victims advocate will be offered. The Prescott Police Department partners with various resources throughout the community to provide a comprehensive approach to victims of all crimes. In the case of personal crimes such as assault, domestic violence or molestation, we work in cooperation with agencies such as the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center and the Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) to support the victim and families throughout the investigation and the judicial process.
For more information about what services and resources are available to victims of crime, please contact the Police Department Victim Services Unit at (928) 777-1936
The Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy is 20 weeks.
The salary range for a Police Officer Recruit is $61, 826.23.
They are welcome in all areas with the largest majority volunteering in our Citizens on Patrol Unit.