About the Buckeye Traffic Unit Division
The newest division to the Buckeye Police Department, the Traffic Unit was formed in July 2009 to deal with all traffic-related offenses, collisions and DUI detection. Consisting of two motorcycle patrol officers, the unit also assists at special community events, including Glow on Monroe and the Helzapoppin Rodeo.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety protects human life and property by enforcing state laws, deterring criminal activity, ensuring highway and public safety, and providing vital scientific, technical, and operational support to other criminal justice agencies. The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) is the focal point for highway safety issues in Arizona. GOHS provides leadership by developing, coordinating, and promoting programs, influencing public and private policy; and increasing public awareness of highway safety. The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is a multi-modal transportation agency serving one of the fastest growing areas of the country. ADOT is responsible for planning, building and operating a complex highway system in addition to building and maintaining bridges and the Grand Canyon Airport. The 100 Club of Arizona is a benevolent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization committed to standing behind the men and women who stand behind the badge. It provides funds to assist our public safety officers and firefighters, monies that are raised through membership dues, charitable campaigns, endowments, and donations from those supporting our mission.
Contact the Traffic Unit
Buckeye Police Department Attention: Traffic Unit Division 100 N. Apache Buckeye, Arizona 85326 Phone: (623) 349-6400 Fax: (623) 349-6502
Police Public Records Request
The Records Division maintains copies of departmental reports and is responsible for addressing records requests made by the general public and other law enforcement or criminal justice agencies. Records Division hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am – 5:30 pm, except holidays
A copy of a report can be obtained four ways:
ONLINE Fill out the request online and send directly to the Buckeye Police Department. WALK-IN Come to the lobby of the Buckeye Police Department on North Apache Rd. or West Yuma Rd. and complete a BPD Public Records Request Form (BPD 07-035). E-MAIL Download and print out a BPD Public Records Request Form. Complete the form and email to email@example.com. MAIL Download and print out a BPD Public Records Request Form. Complete the form and and mail, along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Buckeye Police Department (Records Section) Attn: Records Division 100 North Apache, Suite D. Buckeye, AZ. 85326 FAX Dowload and print out a BPD Public Records Request Form. Complete and fax to (623) 349-6502. Buckeye Police Department Atten: Records Division Police Public Records Request Form Police Public Records Request Form – Spanish Citizens have the option of having the report picked up in person, mailed or faxed, or emailed after payment is made. The Buckeye Police Department does not e-mail reports and does not accept emailed requests. It is suggested that you call the Records Division at (623) 349-6401 or (623) 349-6423 prior to mailing a request for information, as there may be a fee involved. Please provide the report number for the report in question when making a request.
*The Records Department accepts money order or business checks only
Requests can normally take up to 10 Business Days
Effective December 7, 2017
|Color Photocopies||$5||Per page; each additional copy: $3.50|
|Reports (includes collision reports)||$5 (up to 10 pages) $10 (11-20 pages) $15 (21+ pages)||Each additional page in excess of 21 pages: $0.20 for each additional page|
|Clearance Letters||$10||Requests must be made in person, must show two forms of identification|
|911 CD’s||$10 (minimum)||Includes first hour required to process/redact records; $0.35 for each additional minute required|
|Photos on CD||$20 (minimum)||Would include first 20 photographs; $0.35 for each additional photograph|
|DVD’s||$25 (minimum)||Per DVD (includes first hour of time to redact); $0.67 for each additional process minute required|
|Fingerprints||$15 (minimum)||Fingerprints are $15 for the first card and $5 for any additional cards. A valid picture ID is required to be fingerprinted. Some agencies require that you be fingerprinted on the card that they provide to you. If you do not have your own card, we will fingerprint you on a blank fingerprint card (FD-258). NOTE: Fingerprinting services available on Tuesdays 8:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. at the Police Station located at 21699 W. Yuma Rd., Ste 104.|