The official page of the Flagstaff, Arizona Police Department. To file a police report online, click this link: http://www.flagstaff.az.gov/flagpd. To request a copy of a police report, click this link: http://www.policereports.us/
Non-emergency: 928-774-1414 / Emergency: 9-1-1
The lobby at 911 E. Sawmill Road is open during the following times:
• Monday through Friday: 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
• Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
• Sunday: Closed
You may call 928-774-1414 during these hours for general information or to speak with the station officer.
Mailing Address: 911 E. Sawmill Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
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The Flagstaff Police Department promotion ceremony happening today!
Our monthly CompStat meeting we recognize employees from 5 to 10 years of service. We also recognize employees who are receiving commendations for the fine work they have done to make Flagstaff a safe place for our citizens. Thank you for your service!
City Manager Awards today. Congratulations to the Flagstaff Police Department employees! Your hard work is appreciated.
Traffic safety is important. Turn signals can be easily overlooked but are an important feature on every vehicle. Take a look at this video from last year by an Indiana State Trooper, have a laugh, and understand the importance of turn signals.
Citizens Police Academy: We are looking forward to this Spring's Citizen's Police Academy and are currently accepting applications for this class. Applications will be accepted until February 21, 2018 and notifications on acceptance into the class will be made as soon as the background check is complete. Classes begin on February 28, 2018 and continue through May 16, 2018. Space is limited so please apply as soon as possible to secure your seat in this fun and informative program. This program consists of tours of the Flagstaff Police Department, Coconino County Jail, and the Department of Public Safety's Crime Lab. It also includes classes on different kinds of investigations including felonies, drugs and alcohol, lawful use of physical force, K-9 demonstrations, search and rescue, and death investigations. The program also includes practical exercises where the participants use law enforcement training equipment including firearms and driving simulators. Please join us and e-mail Sgt. Runge at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending.
Tip of the day: A helpful tip for car owners is to never attach personal information, like an address or phone number, to their car keys. If the unfortunate happens and you lose your keys this information could lead the thief to your home and other belongings. Keeping your personal information private and secure is the first step to protecting your belongings!
WARRANT WEDNESDAY MELVIN LILLY P18-00775 Race:NA Gender:M Age: 21 Ht:6’01 lbs:205 Last Known Address: 1450 W KAIBAB LN #45 City: FLAGSTAFF SUMMARY OF INCIDENT: On 01/18/18 Lilly broke into 210 W Benton Agassiz Landscape where he worked. He then stole the Agassiz landscaping truck where he dumped it in Shiprock NM. Lilly was identified from the surveillance video at Agassiz Landscape. Lilly also has an active warrant for his arrest. If located, please contact Detective Knott 928-699-0467
Arizona's move over law requires that drivers move over one lane when there is a vehicle with flashing lights on the side of the road. This could include emergency vehicles, tow trucks, or vehicles flashing their hazards. This law exists to create a safe distance and reduce both injuries and fatalities for those assisting others. In addition, if you see an emergency vehicle approaching from behind, you must move with traffic and pull as far right as possible to allow the emergency vehicle ample space to pass safely. Following these guidelines helps to keep everyone safe!
No matter what amount of ice is left on the ground after some winter weather, the fact is ice is extremely slick! As the ice is melting the water can refreeze over night leaving it sometimes hard to notice the next day. Be careful when walking on sidewalks or anywhere there may still be ice and try to avoid falling and injuring yourself! Winter may not be over yet so keep in mind what shoes you have on your feet. Boots and other heavy duty shoes tend to have better traction but do not always prevent slipping. Stay warm and stay dry!
FLAGSTAFF POLICE DEPARTMENT COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION LEVEL 2 SEX OFFENDER ALERT The Flagstaff Police Department is releasing the following information pursuant to ARS 13-3835, the Community Notification on Sex Offender Law. The offender in this publication is living in Flagstaff, Arizona. Notification must be made when certain sex offenders are released from the Arizona State Prison, accepted under an interstate compact or released from the county jail back into the community. Offenders are categorized into three levels; Level One (low risk to the community), Level Two (intermediate risk to the community), and Level Three (high risk to the community). The individual who appears on this notification has been convicted of a sex offense, which allows for community notification. He is not wanted by the Flagstaff Police Department at this time. This notification is not intended to increase fear: rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public. CITIZEN ABUSE OF THIS INFORMATION TO THREATEN, INTIMIDATE, OR HARASS SEX OFFENDERS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. The Flagstaff Police Department may be reached at 928-774-1414 and is available to help you join or start a neighborhood watch program as well as provide you with useful information on personal safety. If you have information regarding current criminal activity on this or any offender, please call 928-774-1414 or Silent Witness at 928-774-6111. NAME: Ben Iravani AGE: 65 HGT: 6’01” WGT: 230 HAIR: White EYES: Brown ADDRESS: 4185 E Huntington Dr SYNOPSIS: In July of 2016, Ben Iravani was convicted of Vulnerable Adult Abuse after he attempted to sexually assault a co-resident at the group home where he was living. **Please contact the Flagstaff Police Department Criminal Investigation Division at 928-556-2201 with any questions or concerns.**