Chandler Police Department

  • Agency: Chandler Police Department
  • Address: 250 E Chicago St, Chandler, 85244-4008 AZ
  • Chief: Sherry Kiyler (Chief of Police)
Phone: (480) 782-4000

Chandler Police Department is located at 250 E Chicago St, Chandler, 85244-4008 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Sherry Kiyler. The Chandler Police Department phone number is (480) 782-4000.

Chandler Police Department News

It's the 1st Thursday of the month...time for Throwback Thursday! This month we feature the intersection of Arizona Avenue & Boston Street circa 1940.

Chandler Police Officers Soto & Zermeño visiting Univision Arizona studios during the Edición Digital segment talking about their journey to become Chandler Police Officers.

Today we remember the life & sacrifice of Officer David Payne, EOW October 31, 2014:

This video is a quick recap of what went on during the month of October at the Chandler Police Department!

Be sure to join us tonight at Walmart for Trunk-or-Treat!

Halloween Safety Tips: With Halloween right around the bend, the Chandler Police Department would like to offer a few helpful safety tips to trick-or-treaters, parents, & motorists: Trick-or-Treaters: Make sure to bring a flashlight & cellular phone on your trick-or-treat outing, if the lights are out at the house, pass it up, be mindful of the street names & addresses on your trick-or-treating route, & be careful crossing the street! Parents: Accompany your child on his or her trick-or-treat outing, do not allow your child to accept anything that appears inappropriate or suspicious, stay inside at dusk, inspect your child’s candy before they eat it (The PIO office will gladly take any suspicious Twix & Snickers off your hands) Motorists: Drive extra careful in neighborhoods, don’t drive while wearing bulky costumes, be aware; law enforcement agencies Valleywide are holding enhanced DUI patrols on Halloween night; if alcohol consumption is part of your celebration, call for a ride Happy Halloween!

What's better than getting candy the night before Halloween? Getting it from a police officer!

Huge THANK YOU to St. Mary Basha Catholic School & students for donating large quantities of #Halloween candy to Chandler Police. Candy will be used by our officers to hand out during community events.

Today we remember the life of Chandler Police Officer Bryant Holmes. Bryant was more than a cop, he was a son, brother, husband, father, & a friend. We miss you Bryant & will always remember you.

The Chandler Police Department's Moments of Truth philosophy views each citizen contact as an opportunity to prevent crime by earning the respect, trust, & support of the community. Recognizing the community is the first line of defense against crime & the most essential component in preventing it, Moments of Truth contacts will reinforce the community’s resolve to help develop safer neighborhoods through community partnerships & participation. This week's MOT features Officer N. Dueker, the School Resource Officer for Hamilton High School. For more MOTs, please visit us at

It's the final day of National Teen Driver Safety Week: Everyone is busy studying, participating in extracurricular activities, & keeping up with friends. For many teens, the easiest thing to skimp on is the thing they need the most: sleep. This is a dangerous habit that can lead to driving drowsy.

Our Chandler Police Dispatchers got a pleasant visit from Andrew who loves #Chandler Police. He enjoyed some treats and prompted many smiles.

Stop by the #Walgreen's located at 1919 N. Dobson Rd. or 1975 S. Alma School Rd. between 10am & 2pm to turn in any unwanted or expired prescription drugs.

What's better than getting candy on Halloween Night? Getting candy the night before Halloween!

Always glad to work with our school district partners from Chandler Unified School District.

Congratulations to all the Chandler Police recent graduates of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Women's Leadership Institute.

It's National Teen Driver Safety Week: Teen drivers transporting passengers can lead to disastrous results. Research shows that the risk of a fatal crash goes up in direct relation to the number of passengers in a car. The likelihood of teen drivers engaging in risky behavior triples when traveling with multiple passengers.

We thank our awesome partners from the #Chandler Home Depot Stores for hosting a Police Appreciation Day for Chandler & Gilbert Police.

It's the final day of National School Bus Safety Week: The purpose of this campaign has been to keep school bus safety in the forefront. Here are some tips courtesy of #NAPT for kids when they get on & off the bus: • Warn children that if they drop something getting on & off the bus, they should never pick it up. Instead, they should tell the driver & follow the driver’s instructions • Remind children to look to the right before they step off the bus • If you meet your child at the bus stop after school, wait on the side where the child will be dropped off, not across the street. Children can be so excited to see you after school that they dash across the street & forget the safety rules

Traffic Section to Conduct Halloween DUI Task Force The Chandler Police Department’s Traffic Section will participate in an upcoming Halloween DUI Task Force with the Scottsdale Police Department. The task force will begin the weekend prior to Halloween along with October 30th and Halloween night. On Friday, October 26, 2018 and Saturday, October 27, 2018, Chandler officers will team-up with the Scottsdale Police Department with saturation patrols in each city. A command post will be established at 7601 E. McKellips Road in Scottsdale for these two evenings. On Tuesday, October 30th and Halloween night, the Traffic Section will focus their efforts within the city of Chandler. The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) will provide grant funding for this event. Participating officers are specially trained in the detection of roadway impairment for excessive alcohol consumption and use of illicit or excessive prescription drugs. The goal of the Halloween Task Force is to remove impaired drivers from the road before the damaging, and often tragic, consequences that result from their poor decision to operate a vehicle under the influence. Please remember; drive defensively, wear your seatbelt, and if alcohol consumption will be part of your Halloween celebration, call for a ride. Please, get home safe.

Still time to stop by Chandler Fry's Food Stores and let us gas up your car to support Special Olympics Fuel of Dreams. We will be out until 7pm.