Huachuca City Police Department

  • Agency: Huachuca City Police Department
  • Address: 505 Gonzales Blvd (School Drive and State Route 90), Huachuca City, 85616 AZ
  • Chief: Dennis L Grey (Chief of Police)

Huachuca City Police Department is located at 505 Gonzales Blvd (School Drive and State Route 90), Huachuca City, 85616 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Dennis L Grey. The Huachuca City Police Department phone number is 520-456-1353.

Huachuca City Police Department News

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and so the Huachuca City Police Department has partnered with the Huachuca City Library to bring Assured Imaging to Huachuca City on Saturday, October 28. This is a mobile mammography unit. Early detection is key to beating breast cancer, so ladies, sign up today! And...if you sign up for an appointment, we'll give you a raffle ticket for an awesome gift basket! Wait, there's more! If you refer a friend and she signs up for an appointment, not only will she get a raffle ticket but you'll get a second one! Most insurance plans are accepted and self-pay is also available. So, sign up today! Call Assured Imaging, sign up at the library or the police department. It takes just a few minutes and can save your life.

Hey there! What are YOU doing today? You don't want to do that, you want to come to the Huachuca City Craft Fair instead! There's lots to see so come on down!!

Chief Thies found this fantastic rock behind our station. Thank you so much. We absolutely love it! And we are likely keeping it!

Join us for our first annual National Night Out celebration, being held in conjunction with the Back to School Fair. August 1st 5:00-8:00 pm. Check out the displays, the fire trucks and more! Smokey the Bear will be here from 5:00-5:30 and we will have a food truck, too! Even the pool will be open for this special event! Come on over!!!! We can't wait to see you!

Southwest Gas will be closing the alley between First and Second Streets due to an open trench. The alley is expected to remain closed until Wednesday at noon. Please avoid the area if at all possible.

So here is what happened today! We took a Pelican into custody for swimming in the public pool without a wrist band. I put the Pelican (later identified as Pelican) into our holding cell while the police department made arrangements for transportation to Tucson to turn him over to a wild life group. I’m not sure if our new fingerprint machine will work on webbed feet. I will check into that. Jennifer made the trip in the library van with our guest and has successfully passed the Pelican off to the worker. It should be noted that the Pelican still cannot read. Details to follow if needed. (All pending charges were dropped) Chief

The Memorial Service for Chief Dennis L. Grey (Ret) will be held at the Calvary Chapel, located at 1155 East Wilcox Drive, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 on Monday June 26th. The service will begin at 11:00AM. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. Prior to the service, Chief Grey will be escorted by HCPD on a final patrol through the streets of Huachuca City, the community he loved and served for 40 years. He will then be escorted by Law Enforcement Officials from multiple agencies south on Highway 90 from RV City to Calvary Chapel. Citizens are invited to view the procession from a safe vantage point. Following the memorial service at Calvary Chapel, Chief Grey will then be escorted by Law Enforcement Officials to the Southeastern Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery, located at 1300 South Buffalo Soldier Trail. Following a brief ceremony at the cemetery, a reception will be held at the Huachuca City Elementary School where lunch will be provided. Please bring your photos and stories to the reception to share. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers or gifts, donations be made in Chief Grey’s name to Horizon Health and Wellness, 1939 S. Frontage Rd., Suite A. Sierra Vista AZ 85365. Please share this post with your friends and family.

Excessive heat warning again today. Stay hydrated and limit outdoor activity to before 9:00 am. Remember, heat stroke is an emergency.

It is with deep personal sorrow that the Huachuca City Police Department announces the passing of Retired Police Chief Dennis Grey. Chief Grey passed this morning. Funeral arrangements will be forthcoming.

Power issues have been resolved.

Due to the fire in the Dragoon Mountains, an electric transformer will need to be taken off line. It is unknown at this time if this power outage will affect Huachuca City and surrounding areas.

** Update** First and Clark Streets: All road closures from this morning's incident are open. Thank you for your cooperation.

Due to a motor vehicle accident, First Street is closed as well as Clark Street from Highway 90 to First Street. Please use alternate routes.

Re: Structure Fires on Second and Third Streets, Huachuca City Huachuca City Dispatch received multiple calls beginning at 4:48pm regarding a house on fire at 112 Second Street. The Huachuca City Fire Department was dispatched at 4:50pm and arrived on scene by 4:55pm. Due to high winds, three other structures quickly became involved. The cause of the fire is unknown and is currently under investigation. One structure was a total loss, the three remaining structures suffered varying degrees of damage. The remains of one person and two dogs were recovered from one of the structures. No positive identification has been made at this time. Identification is pending examination by the Pima County Medical Examiner. Units from the Huachuca City Fire Department, Whetstone Fire Department, Fort Huachuca Fire Department and Sierra Vista Fire Department responded, along with Fire Investigators from Cochise County and Fry Fire Department. They were supported by the Huachuca City Police Department, the Tombstone Marshall’s Office, Arizona Department of Public Safety and Cochise County Sheriff’s Office. There is no further information at this time. Information will be forthcoming.

Structure fire on Second and Third Streets. Please avoid the area if at all possible. 100 blocks of Second and Third Streets and Patton Street east of Howard are currently closed

Mayor Taylor and Chief Thies with the Proclamation declaring the week of April 9-13 2017 National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. This week honors the first of the first responders, the people that answer your calls for help. Many thanks to those men and women that work long hours, holidays, weekends and their children's birthdays to ensure the public's safety. Thank you, gentlemen, for the recognition!

The Huachuca City Police Department would like to remind you that the scammers do not only target seniors. Remember, the IRS never conducts business on the phone.

Some residences experienced a minor power outage. SSVEC is on scene.

The highway 90 bypass has reopened.

The Highway 90 Bypass is closed from the Van Deman Gate to 7th Street due to a motor vehicle accident. Please avoid the area and use Buffalo Soldier Trail.

Brush fire reported at Highway 92 and Coronado Monument Rd. WB traffic is closed at Highway 92 and Palominas. Motorists should take precautions and use alternate routes.

‘Can you hear me?’ scam is here (SV Herald) The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of a scam that has made its way to Southeastern Arizona. A simple “Yes” to a phone question - “Can you hear me?” - could be enough to hurt your wallet. Scammers call unsuspecting businesses and consumers and ask, “Can you hear me?” and wait for a “Yes” response. Once they get what they want, they hang up. The victim’s response is recorded and later used to authorize credit card purchases. “If someone calls and asks, ‘Can you hear me?’ hang up the phone and do not respond,” advises Carol Capas, sheriff’s office spokeswoman. “This is a conditioned response, so it’s easy to become a victim. If you get one of these calls, take a deep breath, think about it, and then hang up. Try really hard not to use that single response of ‘yes.’ Use caution and do your best not to fall for this phone scam.” Three Cochise County residents have contacted the sheriff’s office to report receiving such calls. One resident said the scammer claims to be representing the Veterans Affairs Office before asking whether they can be heard. “The scariest part of any phone scam, is you have no idea of how many victims are really out there, because many of them do not report the scam.” Capas says residents that have received such a call should check bank and credit card statements for any suspicious activity. “If you see suspicious credit card or checking activity, call your local law enforcement agency, the Better Business Bureau or the Attorney General’s Office and report the incident,” Capas said. She recommends checking the accounts daily for at least a week. “This is not an identity theft case, this is a case where someone is stealing your credit information to steal your money. Anyone who is losing money should report that. It may prevent someone else from becoming a victim,” Capas said. “This is not an identity theft case, this is a case where someone is stealing your credit information to steal your money.” -courtesy of the Sierra Vista Herald and Cochise County Emergency Management

Community Notification: There will be a control burn in the area of 217 Pima today, 01/24/2017 beginning at 10:45AM

The Huachuca City Police and Fire Department currently has an opening for a Public Safety Communications Officer. If you have a desire to serve the public by helping to protect life and property, please apply at or come in a request an application.