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Cartoon Police CarEmergency Number - 911
Non-Emergency - 602-262-6151 (Crime Stop number)
Information Desk (602) 262-7626 (no reports or dispatch)
Information E-mail Contact (no reports or dispatch)
Police Directory (Various Phone Contacts)

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Some of you may get phone calls asking for donations for Phoenix Police or Phoenix Fire. These are not legitimate! If you want to know how to donate to benefit officers or fire fighters contact the departments directly and they will be able to tell you but don't fall for a phone scam! 

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    GAIN 2017

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    What is G.A.I.N.?

     

    G.A.I.N. (Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods) is a day for Arizona to join forces and promote awareness, safety and neighborhood unity. G.A.I.N. showcases the importance of police-community partnerships and citizen involvement in our fight for a safer Arizona. On G.A.I.N. day (third Saturday in October), we invite neighborhoods to come together and make their community a safer, better place to live.

    G.A.I.N. 2017 Information 

    As a reminder, in order to receive a "crime prevention tote," your G.A.I.N. event must be held on Saturday October 21, 2017 and your registration form must be submitted by Monday, September 18, 2017.

    Phoenix Police and City Council members will be visiting various G.A.I.N. events on Saturday, October 21, 2017 so please make sure and register your event. 

    For more information call (602)495-0933, e-mail Rosie Mendoza at rosie.mondoza@phoenix.gov

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