Welcome to the Fort McDowell Police Department
Using the principles of community oriented policing, our mission is to provide public safety and law enforcement services through community partnerships to enhance the quality of life for the Yavapai Nation. We value Integrity, Professionalism, Teamwork and Leadership.
Enforcing Tribal, State, & Federal Laws
We are a twenty-four hour law enforcement agency responsible for enforcement of tribal, state, and federal laws. Our officers are certified by the Arizona Peace Officers Standards & Training Board (AZPOST) and hold a special law enforcement commission (certification) with the Bureau of Indian Affairs – Office of Justice Services. We investigate all tribal, state and federal crimes and present our findings to the tribal, state and federal court jurisdictions as appropriate. We hold a partnership with other tribal, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
We place the utmost emphasis on efficiency and professionalism. Starting with the Chief of Police, our goal is to be a professional police department that is responsive to the needs of the community. We carefully select our employees and hold them to high standards of professionalism and integrity. We endeavor to maintain the mission of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, which is to “Provide a Safe and Secure Community.” Thank you for visiting our site.
In emergency situations always call 9-1-1. For other police related matters call the Fort McDowell Police Department at 480-837-1091. Or call the TIPS Line on 480-789-7505.
Police Department Contact Points
Chief of Police, Jesse Crabtree
Detective Sergeant, Lezlie Thompson email@example.com
Administrative Sergeant, Stephanie Beebe firstname.lastname@example.org
(480) 789-7509 (Some fees may apply for records)
Police Department Coverage
Over a thousand residents occupy the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation. In addition to our community, our coverage includes visitors & guests at:
Call 9-1-1 Immediately for:
Emergency Medical Attention
For Other Police Related Matters