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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.


Contact the Traffic Unit

Buckeye Police Department
Traffic Unit Division
21669 W. Yuma Road, Suite 104
Buckeye, Arizona 85326
Phone: (623) 349-6400
Fax: (623) 349-6502

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