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MPD is hiring for Academy Class #37!

Monday, September 8, 2014, the job posting for police officer recruit will activate to receive the first 700 applicants online at http://www.mesaaz.gov/jobs. The Hiring Unit is interested in evaluating the most qualified candidates for Academy Class #37, scheduled for January 2015. The opening will close on September 11 or when 700 applications have been received.


Sign up now for the 2014-2015 Senior Police Academy!

Since 2004, the Mesa Police Department’s Senior Police Academy has provided seniors in our community with an inside look at law enforcement. The Academy is designed to provide seniors with an understanding of the operations and resources of the Mesa Police Department. The goal of the Academy is to provide a greater awareness and understanding of law enforcement’s role in our community through classes on 911, SWAT, K9, Hostage Negotiations and Internal Affairs, just to name a few. Classes will meet on Wednesday mornings from 9:00am until 10:30am at the Superstition Station, 2430 S. Ellsworth Road and at various police facilities. The first class is October 15; classes run through March 2015. To be eligible to attend you must be 60 years of age or older, reside or work in the City of Mesa, have no prior felony arrests and have no misdemeanor arrests within the past year. To sign up for the Academy or for more information about the Senior Police Academy please call Mesa Police Department Crime Prevention at (480) 644-5014.


National Drug Take Back Day

On September 27 from 10am to 2pm help prevent pill abuse and theft by dropping off your unwanted, unused and expired prescription drugs at any of our four substations -- Fiesta Station, 1010 W Grove Ave.; Central Station, 120 N Robson; Red Mountain Station, 4333 E University and Superstation Station, 2430 S Ellsworth. There are also many other collection locations across the Valley.

Last April, Americans turned in 390 tons of prescription drugs at nearly 6,100 sites operated by the DEA and more than 4,400 of its state and local law enforcement partners.


G.A.I.N. (Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods)

Mesa's GAIN will be held on Saturday, November 15. Anyone can participate. We encourage you to get together with your neighbors and have a potluck, BBQ, bike parade, movie night or whatever you would like to do and get to know each other! Register your GAIN party and download the information packet here. Visits from participating city departments (police, fire, mayor, city council, etc.) will be done between 4pm and 8pm. Registrations must be received by 5pm on Friday, October 31 if you wish to be placed on the visitation list.


Citizen Police Academy ClassCitizen Police Academy

The next session of the Citizen Police Academy begins on September 10, 2014 and runs through November 19, 2014. Classes meet on Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm to 10:00pm. This is a great opportunity to take a look inside the Mesa Police Department. Participants will interact with police executives and veteran officers during the academy. Our goal is to provide a greater awareness and understanding of law enforcement's role in our community. More information, along with the registration form, can be found here.


Are you or someone you know caring for someone with Alzheimer's or a related dementia?

The Mesa Police Department would like to offer you a free Adult ID Kit. The Kit provides a means for you to record information about the person with dementia, such as physical description, vehicle description, last known residences and other information that will expedite our search should the person wander and become lost. There is also a place to post a recent photo and a section outlining questions often asked by our 911 operators about missing adults. We encourage all those caring for someone with dementia to complete the Kit and have it readily available for law enforcement in the event the person wanders away from home. More information and the Kit can be found here or picked up at any one of the four Mesa Police stations (Fiesta, Central, Red Mountain and Superstition).

Online Alarm Permit Applications

Did you know that you can apply for an alarm permit online or pay assessment fees online? There is also a monthly False Alarm Prevention Class to educate alarm users on general ordinance information, police procedure and alarm system information. Please call 480-644-2699 for further information. 

Safe Place ProgramMesa Family Advocacy Center Partnering with Safe Place

The Mesa Family Advocacy Center (MFAC) is now a partner in the Safe Place Program. Safe Place is for youth 12-17 years old who need help. Youth can go to any location displaying a Safe Place Logo and request assistance. There is no cost to the youth or their family and it is available 24/7 & holidays. Download information cards.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Victim Notification Program

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) offer a Victim Notification Program which allows eligible victims and witnesses to obtain reliable and timely information regarding a criminal alien's release from custody. Victims and witnesses must register for this program in order to receive notification. More information on the program, including registration information, and other victim services programs offered can be found at http://www.ice.gov/victim-notification/.

Download the Mesa PD App!

The Mesa Police Department is proud to present our mobile application for IOS/Droid. This free application gives you access to the latest news, photos, videos, events, alerts and crime information no matter where you are. In addition, the application allows two way communications using Twitter and Facebook with a special feature for submitting anonymous tips to the Department. Check out all the features and where to download here.

Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center (ACTIC)

To report any suspicious activity that might be terrorist related, call 1-877-272-8329 (1-877-2SAVEAZ).

Cell Phone Collection

Our Mesa Family Advocacy Center (MFAC) wants your old cell phones, whether they work or not. Working phones will be giving to victims for 911 access only. (Cell phones can be used to dial 911 without subscribing to a service provider.) Non-working phones will be recycled and monies earned will assist victims of crime. Please consider donating your old cell phone/s and make a difference. Phones can be dropped off at the Mesa Family Advocacy Center, 225 E. 1st Street in Mesa (west of Mesa Drive between University and Main), Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm. Direct questions to 480-644-3949. 

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MAIN INFORMATION NUMBER (M-F/8a-5p) 480-644-2030
Administration / Chief of Police 480-644-2071
Alarm Permits / Alarm Applications 480-644-2699
Barricades (Transportation) 480-644-2160
Calls for Service (recording on how to request statistics) 480-644-3923
Car Seat Safety Inspections 480-644-KIDS
Citizen Police Academy 480-644-4138
Community Partnership Coordinator 480-644-2283 
Crime Free Multi-Housing Program
    See TriStar Program
Crime Prevention Officers:  
    Central  480-644-2033
    Fiesta 480-644-2539
    Red Mountain  480-644-3921
    Superstition  480-644-5014
Criminal Investigations Division 480-644-2002
Elder Abuse 480-644-5014
Employment 480-644-2816
Evidence/Property 480-644-2334
Explorer Post #2055 480-644-4000
Forensic Services 480-644-2417
Forums 480-644-2283
Fraud Hotline (listen about current fraud schemes) 480-644-2345
Gang Hotline 480-644-4264
Graffiti Hotline (report graffiti) 480-644-3083
Jail/Holding Facility 480-644-2323
Mesa Family Advocacy Center (formerly the Center Against Family Violence) 480-644-4075
Narcotics Hotline 480-644-4264
Off Duty Employment 480-644-2092
Photo Enforcement Program 480-644-2459
Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Class 480-644-3921
Records (report copies, letter for travel, etc.) 480-644-2310
Reserve Program 480-644-2326
SAFE Senior Program 480-644-5014
Senior Police Academy 480-644-5014
Silent Witness (report a crime/provide a tip) 480-948-6377
Police Stations, Mesa:  
    Central, 120 N Robson 480-644-2229
    Fiesta, 1010 W Grove Ave 480-644-2614
    Headquarters, 130 N Robson 480-644-2030
    Red Mountain, 4333 E University Dr 480-644-2598
    Superstition, 2430 S Ellsworth Rd 480-644-4371
Towing (30-day) 480-644-6080
Traffic 480-644-3533
TriStar Program (for apartment communities)
    See crime prevention officers for contact numbers
Victim Services 480-644-4075
Volunteer Program (including Internships) 480-644-2073
Warrants 480-644-3114

Information on drug activity (including a suspected drug house in your neighborhood), gang activity, a cold case, any of the Most Wanted, and information on a crime, including criminal activity, can be reported anonymously online, by text message or by using a smart phone app.



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Chief Frank Milstead
130 North Robson
Mesa, Arizona 85201

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P.O. Box 1466
Mesa, Arizona 85211-1466


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