Valley Farms Police Department

Find Valley Farms 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.

Coolidge Police Department 911 South Arizona Boulevard Coolidge AZ 85128 4.6 miles from Valley Farms 520-723-5311

Florence Police Department 425 North Pinal Street Florence AZ 85132 4.9 miles from Valley Farms 520-868-7681

Eloy Police Department 630 North Main Street Eloy AZ 85131 17.2 miles from Valley Farms 520-466-7324

Casa Grande Police Department 373 West Val Vista Boulevard Casa Grande AZ 85122 17.6 miles from Valley Farms 520-421-8700

Superior Police Department 734 Main Street Superior AZ 85173 28.7 miles from Valley Farms 520-689-1962

Apache Junction Police Department 1001 North Idaho Road Apache Junction AZ 85119 30.6 miles from Valley Farms 480-982-8260

Gilbert Police Department 75 East Civic Center Drive Gilbert AZ 85296 30.8 miles from Valley Farms 480-503-6500

Chandler Police Department 250 East Chicago Street Chandler AZ 85225 31.3 miles from Valley Farms 480-782-4000

Kearny Police Department 375 Alden Road Kearny AZ 85137 31.7 miles from Valley Farms 520-363-5566

Mesa Police Association 130 North Robson Mesa AZ 85201 37.3 miles from Valley Farms 480-644-2211

Hayden Police Department 601 Hayden Avenue Hayden AZ 85135 38.4 miles from Valley Farms 520-356-6205

Marana Police Department 13291 North Lon Adams Road Marana AZ 85653 39.8 miles from Valley Farms 520-382-2000

Tempe Police Department 120 East 5th Street Tempe AZ 85281 41.4 miles from Valley Farms 480-350-8311

Police Department 740 Sullivan Street Miami AZ 85539 43.6 miles from Valley Farms 928-473-2466

Fountain Hills Marshals Department 16836 East Palisades Boulevard Fountain Hills AZ 85268 45.6 miles from Valley Farms 480-837-8800

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.