We Welcome Your Report
As a professional police force, we depend on open communication with the community to maintain public safety. Our mission is to be “Always Ready, Professional and Committed to the People We Serve.” You can help us achieve that goal by using these reports. Together we can make a difference.
Report Suspicious Activity
Please email us to report concerns such as noise disturbances, parking violations, juvenile problems or other quality-of-life issues. Even though your situation may not be an emergency, if it is bothering you, we want to hear about it. You may also submit an anonymous tip by calling 623.349.6411.
You may also call the Buckeye Police Department non-emergency number at 623-349-6400 to file a report. You are free to remain anonymous.
Make A Citizen's Complaint
Our officers are sworn to protect the rights of all citizens regardless of race, age, sex, nationality, religion or political preference. We take this duty very seriously and have internal safeguards in place to discourage abuses of authority by police employees. Complaints regarding such abuses will be vigorously investigated. If you feel a Buckeye Police Department employee has acted in an abusive or unprofessional manner toward you or others, we encourage you to report that employee to a police supervisor.
Commend an Employee
The Buckeye Police Department is proud to have dedicated employees who are eager to serve the great citizens of Buckeye with Trust, Respect, Accountability, Integrity, Teamwork and Service. Each employee of our department strives to provide excellent customer service, practice selfless acts of kindness and heroism. From the officers on the street to our dispatchers and records specialists, please keep your public servants in mind the next time you see a Buckeye Police Department employee going above and beyond the call of duty or providing excellent customer service. By completing the form below, you are voicing your appreciation and gratitude for a job well done. Thank you for taking the time to recognize one of Buckeye’s finest.
Send in Your Reports
Completed Citizen Complaint Forms and Employee Commendation Forms may be emailed to email@example.com, or dropped off or mailed to:
Buckeye Police Department
Attn: Professional Standards Unit
21699 W Yuma Rd., Suite 104
Buckeye, AZ 8532
Arizona Fusion Center
The Arizona Fusion Center, also known as the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center (ACTIC), is a joint effort between the Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation and other participating agencies.
To support the Arizona homeland security effort the Arizona Fusion Center was established and became operational in October of 2004. The Center operates on a 24/7 basis, providing both intelligence, investigative and technical support to state, local, tribal and federal law enforcement agencies as well as other agencies critical to Arizona and the country’s homeland security efforts.