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Mesa Police Department

Chief John Meza
130 North Robson
Mesa, Arizona 85201
Lobby Hours: M-F/8a-5p
  
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1466
Mesa, Arizona 85211-1466

 

Contact Information

Online Contact Form

Emergency
911

Non-Emergency
480-644-2211, option 2

Main Information Number:
480-644-2030 (M-F/8a-5p)

 

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Rethink Healthy Strategies

Join Dr. Ruth Tan Lim, M.D., MD(H), Dobson Integrated Medical Center, as she discusses health span vs. life span; important strategies to maintain good function for memory, mood, mobility and healthy weight; and the use of vitamins and supplements. Register by calling Mesa PD at 480-644-5014 or Deaune Jacobs, EVAR, at 480-218-2221. Sponsored by the Mesa Police Department's Upbeat Aging Advisory Board, in partnership with East Valley Adult Resources. Download flyer.

Friday, July 10
10am to 11am
Red Mountain Multigenerational Center, 7550 E. Adobe
Classroom 1

Next session of the Citizen Police Academy begins September 9.

Our Citizen Police Academy is a great way to get an inside look at law enforcement. This academy is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the operations and resources of the department. This is not the recruit academy. If you are 19 years of age, reside in or are employed in the city of Mesa, no prior felony arrests and no misdemeanor arrests within one year of your application, you are eligible to attend!  More information, including the application, can be found here. This academy class will end on November 18, 2015.

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

The Mesa Police Department is dedicated to keeping residents of Mesa safe, especially those with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (AD/D), who may leave their home and become lost. For that reason we offer a free Adult Information Kit for families and caregivers who are caring for someone with AD/D. In addition, we strive to make Mesa a "dementia friendly community" so that persons with Alzheimer's disease and dementia are met with understanding and support. If you own a business or work in Mesa please take a moment to view our brochure "Become a Dementia Friendly Business." Read more information and download the Kit and brochures here.

Mesa Family Advocacy Center Partnering with Safe Place

Our 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!

PhoneThe 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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