Cortaro Police Department

Find Cortaro Arizona state and local police departments, precincts, stations, auxillary police, police officers, chiefs, and detectives. Police departments provide information on public safety, police reports, police dispatch, police impounds, and police services.

Name
Oro Valley Police Department
Address
11000 North La CaƱada Drive, Oro Valley, Arizona, 85737
Phone
520-229-4900
Fax
520-229-4979
Distance
6.5 mi from Cortaro
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Name
Marana Police Department
Address
13291 North Lon Adams Road, Marana, Arizona, 85653
Phone
520-382-2000
Fax
520-682-2712
Distance
9.5 mi from Cortaro
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Name
Tucson Police Department
Address
270 South Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, 85701
Phone
520-791-4444
Fax
520-791-5491
Distance
11.8 mi from Cortaro
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Name
South Tucson Police Department
Address
1601 South 6th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, 85713
Phone
520-622-3307
Fax
520-792-1578
Distance
12.8 mi from Cortaro
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Name
Sahuarita Police Department
Address
1691 West Duval Commerce Court, Green Valley, Arizona, 85614
Phone
520-648-7746
Fax
520-648-3660
Distance
32.1 mi from Cortaro
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Name
Mammoth Police Department
Address
125 North Clark Road, Mammoth, Arizona, 85618
Phone
520-487-2248
Fax
520-487-2829
Distance
36.3 mi from Cortaro
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Name
Eloy Police Department
Address
630 North Main Street, Eloy, Arizona, 85131
Phone
520-466-7324
Fax
520-466-3159
Distance
38.8 mi from Cortaro
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What is a Police Department?

A police department is a law enforcement branch of local government which provides security and crime control in the community. State and local police departments hire, train and manage police officers who are responsible for responding to reports of crimes and public emergencies including natural disasters. A police department is usually organized with a police chief as the leading official, and includes police officers, detectives, and sometimes also serves as jail guards in small communities.

In order to perform their jobs safely and effectively, the members of a police department are required to complete initial and ongoing training, including firearms safety, conflict management, and sometimes emergency health care or first response training as well.

In the case of an emergency call 9-1-1 immediately.