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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)

Don't Fall For It

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! 

PPD Executive Team

You can view who at the PPD is in charge of what division on their web site. Click here to visit the Executive Team page.

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Let us help meet your Block Watch needs. For additional information or for help in getting your block watch started, use the “Contact Us“ link in the menu bar above.

By the way, we do get quite a few email rejects during our mail-outs so if you haven’t been receiving our emails, perhaps your address has changed or we could not correctly read your info on our sign-up sheets. The “Contact Us” link can rectify that situation.

Contact Us” is an easy way for the PBWAB to help you get started!

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Thanksgiving Safety Tips

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) warns us that cooking fires on Thanksgiving show a 230 percent increase over the daily average—with unattended cooking being the leading cause of home cooking fires.

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August 2016 Meeting Minutes

Here are the mintues from the August meeting in case you were unable to attend and want to know what was discussed. 

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Take Survey on Possible New Sign

At the request of several community members, the Phoenix Police Department is exploring the option of approving a new Block Watch sign. The current signs are made of steel, are non-reflective, and have durability issues in the Arizona climate. The Department recognizes the significance of this endeavor and would appreciate honest feedback from the community. Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey by copying and pasting the below link into your web browser, or by simply clicking on it.

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Myrna & Ron Tweedy - Life Time Achievement Award

In grateful appreciation of your many years of invaluable service and undying support to the Phoenix Police Department and for your contribution to enhance the quality of life in the City of Phoenix. Your civic spirit, sacrifice, and volunteerism are hallmarks of your selfless service.

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July 2016 Meeting Minutes

If you were unable to attend and are interested to keep up to date about what was discussed at this Phoenix Block Watch Advisory Board general meeting we've posted the minutes here.

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Phoenix Police Media Advisory: Internet Exchange Related Crimes

The Phoenix Police Department has recently experienced reported crimes specific to the usage of internet exchange sites that allow sellers to advertise items for sale and then interact with buyers. Subsequent to the online interaction, the two parties usually meet and exchange money for goods in a private party transaction at an agreed-upon location. However, due to circumstances surrounding the nature of these interactions, many criminals are using them for their own purposes

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GAIN 2016

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.

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May 2016 Meeting Minutes

If you were unable to attend and are interested to keep up to date about what was discussed at this Phoenix Block Watch Advisory Board general meeting we've posted the minutes here.

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Serial Street Shooter Information

The Phoenix Police Department continues to aggressively investigate the series of unsolved homicides that have occurred in west Phoenix. Part of the investigation included reviewing all incidents that may be related since January 1, 2016. Investigators have completed that review and identified four additional incidents believed to be related to the same serial street shooter/s.

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April 2016 Meeting Minutes

If you were unable to attend and are interested to keep up to date about what was discussed at this Phoenix Block Watch Advisory Board general meeting we've posted the minutes here.

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Find Your Precinct

If you want to determine your Police precinct and your beat area, click here. 
Type your street address into the field and click "Search".
You can then retrieve information about your precinct (i.e. address, Commander, Community Action Officers, etc). 

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