Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is committed to the prevention of crime; the protection of life and property; the preservation of peace, order, and safety; the enforcement of laws and ordinances; and the safeguarding of constitutional guarantees.
Casa Grande Silent Witness (520) 836-2100
If you have any information on who may be committing crimes, contact Silent Witness at (520) 836-2111 or online at casagrandeaz.gov under the Silent Witness quick link. If you see a crime occurring call the Police Department immediately at (520) 421-8700 with a description of the person(s) or vehicle(s) involved, including a license plate number if possible. Please do not try to apprehend the person(s) or chase any vehicle(s) that may be involved.
Coconino Silent Witness (928) 774-6111
Coconino Silent Witness provides a means of communications for members of the community to anonymously provide police agencies with information on unsolved crimes, crimes in progress and wanted fugitives. When arrests are made, cash rewards are offered.
Eager Police Department Silent Witness (928) 333-4636
Greenlee County Silent Witness (928) 865-1062
La Paz County Silent Witness (1-800) 293- 6141
Lake Havasu Silent Witness (928) 854-TIPS
While Havasu Silent Witness works closely with the Lake Havasu City Police Department, it is a separate, autonomous, non-profit organization incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona. The Internal Revenue Service has awarded the organization 501(c)(3) (tax-exempt donation) status. Havasu Silent Witness was started in 2000 by a group of volunteers for the purpose of providing citizens a method to report a crime, provide pertinent information about a crime, or report the location of a wanted fugitive while remaining anonymous. Cash rewards are available if the information results in the apprehension of a fugitive, the arrest and prosecution of the suspect of a crime, or is of other significant benefit to law enforcement.
Maricopa County Silent Witness (all areas) (1-800) 343-8477
You may remain anonymous and possibly receive a cash reward. Dedicated to creating safer communities by working in partnership with citizens, media, and law enforcement to solve and prevent crime within the state of Arizona. 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 an arrest or indictment. Established in 1979, Silent Witness works in partnership with the community, media and law enforcement, and is a member of both Crime Stoppers USA and Crime Stoppers
Mohave County Silent Witness (928) 753-1234
The Mohave Silent Witness group is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the apprehension of wanted suspects through the posting of rewards. It offers rewards for information leading to prosecutable cases. The organization raises reward money through fundraisers and private donations. It is managed and operated by an independent board that consists of a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer and board members. The Mohave Silent Witness group is a part of City of Kingman Police Department, which employs more than 55 full-time sworn officers, a part-time reserve officer, animal control officers and over 25 civilian employees. The department includes administration, animal control, communications, school resource, neighborhood services, patrol and traffic divisions. It is located in Kingman, Ariz.
Navajo County Silent Witness (1-800) 782-7463
88-Crime Tucson Silent Witness (520) 882-7463
88-CRIME is an anonymous, toll-free crime tip line that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays and assists local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by providing an anonymous, toll-free hotline for reporting crime-related information.
White Mountain Silent Witness (1-800) 782-7463
Yuma County Silent Witness (928) 782-7463
The Office of the Yavapai County Attorney is dedicated to the vigorous, expeditious and fair administration of the criminal law to protect the public and to insure that justice is done, and to the representation of county government for the best interests of the citizens of Yavapai County.
The mission of the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center is to reduce trauma to victims of abuse by providing a safe and supportive environment and facilitating a team approach to advocacy, investigation, and prosecution.
The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office mission is to serve the public by working in partnership with the community to protect life and property, prevent crimes and solve problems. We are committed to the quality of life of the community through our professionalism, dedication, and commitment to excellence. Our vision is to become a leader among agencies providing police services, by placing a high priority on community involvement, education, customer service, and respect for individual rights and cultural diversity.
To protect the lives, property and the Constitutional Rights of the citizens of Chino Valley through fair and impartial enforcement of the laws of the state. Serving the citizens of Chino Valley is a privilege, not a right. The citizen is the most important person in our department; not an interruption of work, but the purpose of it. The department’s successes are attributed to the high ethics, professionalism, integrity, courage and efficiency displayed by our personnel.
To embrace policing that provides a firm foundation of trust, open communication, and the highest standards of public safety and law enforcement while serving professionally and without bias, in partnership with the community.
A full service police agency that strives to work closely with our community members in the true spirit of community-based policing. We recognize that we provide service to a growing community that is the commercial and retail center for the Verde Valley and that residents and non-residents count on our skills and professionalism to ensure their home, place of business, or shopping destination are safe from the threat of criminal activity.
To protect people, property, and rights in our community.
To protect life and property through innovative policing, community partnerships and professional law enforcement.
Committed to a mission of exceptional customer service and professional public safety to all people who live and work in our city and the millions of tourists who visit us annually to enjoy our region’s world class beauty.
In 2006, 173,903 missing adults were entered into the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database, but many adults who go missing are never reported.
The AMBER (America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response) Alert Plan was created as a powerful legacy to 9-year-old Amber Hagerman who was kidnapped and murdered in Arlington, Texas. As a result of Amber’s murder, the Dallas/Fort Worth Association of Radio Managers teamed up with local law enforcement in northern Texas and developed this innovative early warning system to help find abducted children. Already the AMBER Plan has assisted in the speedy recovery of a number of children.
Detering vehicle theft in Arizona through a cooperative effort by supporting law enforcement activities, vertical prosecution, and public education programs.
Designed with you in mind to provide information about our agency and its operations. Whether you are seeking employment or searching the inmate database for the status of a specific offender, this website will keep you informed of our activities, including up-to-date department news.
To protect human life and property by enforcing state laws, deterring criminal activity, ensuring highway and public safety, and providing vital scientific, technical, and operational support to other criminal justice agencies.
To conserve, enhance, and restore Arizona’s diverse wildlife resources and habitats through aggressive protection and management programs, and to provide wildlife resources and safe watercraft and off-highway vehicle recreation for the enjoyment, appreciation, and use by present and future generations.
Provides information to the public concerning the location of sex offenders within Arizona. The site is NOT intended to supplant the community notification process, but rather, it allows the criminal justice community to promote public awareness concerning the potential threat that sex offenders pose to Arizona citizens. An informed public is a safer public!
A unique law enforcement agency in the United States Department of Justice that protects our communities from violent criminals, criminal organizations, the illegal use and trafficking of firearms, the illegal use and storage of explosives, acts of arson and bombings, acts of terrorism, and the illegal diversion of alcohol and tobacco products. We partner with communities, industries, law enforcement, and public safety agencies to safeguard the public we serve through information sharing, training, research, and use of technology.
Protecting you, your children, your communities, and your businesses from the most dangerous threats facing our nation—from international and domestic terrorists to spies on U.S. soil…from cyber villains to corrupt government officials…from mobsters to violent street gangs…from child predators to serial killers. Along the way, we help defend and uphold our nation’s economy, physical and electronic infrastructure, and democracy.
The Gang Enforcement Bureau is home to the Gang and Immigration Intelligence Team Enforcement Mission (GIITEM). GIITEM is a statewide multi-agency task force consisting of five districts that provide gang and illegal immigration enforcement and intelligence services.
The citizens of Yavapai County commit to working in partnership to build healthier communities by striving to eliminate substance abuse and its effects.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, (NCMEC), is a private, (501)(c)(3) nonprofit organization which was created in 1984. The mission of the organization is to serve as the nation’s resource on the issues of missing and sexually exploited children. The organization provides information and resources to law enforcement, parents, children including child victims as well as other professionals.