The Buckeye Police Department, At Your Service

We are a dynamic organization comprised of sworn and non-sworn employees dedicated to the concept of providing timely and effective law enforcement services to the citizens of our community.

As highly motivated professionals, we provide a full range of services that include traditional uniformed patrol, investigations, SWAT, crime prevention, school resource activities, and several other community oriented policing programs.

Our Core Values:
“Always ready, professional and committed to the people we serve.”

Message from Chief Larry Hall

The Buckeye Police Department is dedicated to providing the highest quality police service to residents and visitors of our community. Our primary mission is protecting lives and protecting property. We believe that people are our most valuable resource, and the men and women of our department have established an exemplary record of law enforcement service to our community. As a rapidly changing and growing community, we are committed to building community partnerships and applying unique and innovative policing practices to the changing environment.

On behalf of the men and women of the Buckeye Police Department, I thank you for your continued support. Through your involvement, I am confident our department will continue to provide the Buckeye community with an unsurpassed level of safety.

Warmest Regards,

Larry Hall

Chief of Police

Contact Us:

100 N. Apache, Suite D, Buckeye, AZ  85326
21699 W. Yuma Rd. #104, Buckeye, AZ, 85326
Emergency Dial 911
Non-Emergency Contact 623-349-6499
Lobby Hours Monday – Thursday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm

Police Public Information Officers:
Sergeant Jason Weeks

Detective Tami Skaggs

Dan Hoffmeister

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