The Marshal's Office will be hosting a drug drop-off location this Saturday, October 27.
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Camp Verde Marshal's Office is located at 646 South 1st Street, Camp Verde, 86322 AZ. The Town Marshal of the department is David R Smith. The Camp Verde Marshal's Office phone number is (928) 554-8300.
The Marshal's Office will be hosting a drug drop-off location this Saturday, October 27.
Congratulations time again. This time for Steve McClue who was promoted to sergeant yesterday. He was sworn in by Marshal Rowley in his first official act as the new Town Marshal.
The 2018 Ft. Verde Day parade had a great turnout from the community and was a fun time. The rain stayed away until the last Fire Truck went by, it was perfect timing. Great to see everyone there.
Saturday Road Closures for Fort Verde Days Traffic in Camp Verde will be impacted by two road closures on Saturday morning, October 13, for Fort Verde Days activities: • Montezuma Castle Highway, southbound lane only, will be closed from Veterans Park below Cliff Castle Casino to Main Street from 7:45 a.m. to 10 a.m. for the Fort Verde Days 10K. Travelers headed downtown during that period will be routed northbound on Montezuma Castle Highway to I-17, then travel south on I-17 to SR260 exit. • Main Street/Finnie Flat Road will be closed from the Cliffs Parkway traffic light to the corner of Main and General Crook Trail from 9:30 a.m. to Noon for the Fort Verde Days Parade. Traffic will be rerouted down Cliffs Parkway or 7th Street to SR260.
REMINDER For Ft. Verde Days Parade: Traffic will be restricted on Montezuma Castle Highway on the day of this event. The southbound lanes (Inbound to downtown) will be closed between the Cliff Castle Casino and Finnie Flat Road from 8AM-10AM with only northbound traffic allowed during the run. If you are going to the parade from this part of town you will need to leave BEFORE 7:45 AM. Montezuma Castle Highway will be restricted to left turns only at the following intersections during the run: Arena Del Loma, Apache Trail, Camp Lincoln Rd, Merchant Ln, Kachina Ln, Charolais Dr, Hereford Dr.
Today the Marshal's Office dispatch center said goodbye to Dispatcher Jason Toogood as he leaves with over 12 years of service to CVMO and the regional dispatch center. We will miss him and wish him and his family the best in their new endeavors.
Camp Verde National Night Out, October 2, 2018
In anticipation of the rainfall from the remnants of Hurricane Rosa, any residents that may need sand bags can pick them up at the Town of Camp Verde Maintenance yard on Fain Street, at the Verde Lakes Club house, or at the County Yard on Cherry Road. For further questions about sand bags contact the Streets Department at 928-554-0823. Don't know the amount of rain we will be getting, but better to be safe and prepared ahead of time in case it comes down all at once.
National Night Out is coming up tomorrow night, October 2, and will be held at the Camp Verde Town Gym located next to the Town Hall complex from 5PM-7PM. Due to the predicted rain and uncertain weather, the BBQ has been moved indoors to the gym, so you will still be able to enjoy hot dogs, burgers, cotton candy, and ice cream with your neighbors, police, and fire personnel. The outside displays and events will still take place as weather permits, so bring a raincoat and umbrella just in case.
Update on the Special Olympics Tip-a-Cop event. We had a successful event over this last weekend and were able to raise $1,685. for the Arizona Special Olympics. Everyone involved had a fun time and it was great to see so many people donating time and money to this cause. Thanks to Dyanna and Nancy at The Corner Table and all of the restaurant staff for their participation, you really made this a great event. For those that would like to make a donation, you can visit their website at www.SpecialOlympicsArizona.org
Please remember the first patches will be sold at the Marshal's Office booth during National Night Out. Patches will then be available through the month of October from any officer or by stopping by the Marshal's Office. #pinkpatchproject
The federal government is set to conduct the first-ever test of a nationwide system to send emergency alerts to almost all cellphones in the country on October 3. The "Presidential Alert" system uses the same wireless alerts smartphone users receive on AMBER alerts or severe weather warnings but allows the president, or another authorized official, to send simultaneous warnings to almost every smartphone in the country at the same time. According to FEMA officials, the "presidential level" message, officials say, could be used to alert the nation if there were a risk of an imminent attack or multiple terrorist attacks. The wireless alert will go out to most cell phone carriers at 2:18 p.m. EDT, followed by alerts to the broadcast emergency alert system at 2:20 p.m. on October 3. Wireless alerts will use the same special loud tone and vibration as other emergency alerts at will read "Presidential Alert: This is a test of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed." For more information go to the link provided: https://www.fema.gov/emergency-alert-test
The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office will be participating in the Pink Patch Project, which is a public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this terrible disease. During the month of October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Marshal’s Office deputies will be wearing pink shoulder patches designed just for this campaign to show support for this cause. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the U.S. with 1 in 8 women having a lifetime risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2018, more than 260,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women and more than 2,500 cases in men. However, it is a disease that can be effectively treated with surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy and chemotherapy. Residents and the public are invited to show their support for breast cancer awareness and women’s health by purchasing their own special pink patch for $10 each, with the proceeds going to the fight against this cancer. Deputies will have patches in their patrol vehicles and the public is encouraged to contact a deputy as they are around town to purchase one in person. How to purchase a patch • Patches can be purchased in person at the Marshal’s Office at 646 S. 1st Street or from any on-duty patrol deputy encountered in Town • Patches will be available at the National Night Out event at the Town Hall complex on October 2 • Patches can be purchased by mail with a minimum donation of $10 per patch. Make your check payable to Town of Camp Verde, and mail to: Camp Verde Marshal’s Office, Attn: Pink Patch, 646 S. 1st Street, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 Pink Patch proceeds will be provided to The BreastCare Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) in Prescott, Arizona.
Job Title: Peace Officer-Lateral (certified) Department: Marshal’s Office Closing Date: Open Until Filled Salary Range 67: Starting @ $43,492.00 – 63,064.00 DOE Status: Full Time The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office is now accepting applications for the position of lateral (certified) peace officer. In order to qualify for the lateral position, you must possess a current POST certification as a regular peace officer with at least one-year experience as a full-time officer. Arizona POST certified officers will be given preference and may start at higher than minimum salary rate. The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office is a progressive, proactive agency committed to hiring only the best qualified individuals to serve our community. The Camp Verde Marshal's Office recognizes that effective public service is dependent on the trust and confidence of the community it serves. Therefore, those who are hired must possess and practice the values of the department, in both professional and private settings. If you fit this build, we would love to speak with you! Applications are available at the Human Resource Office/Clerk’s Office at 473 S. Main Street, Suite 102, Camp Verde, AZ 86322 or on the Town of Camp Verde website http://www.campverde.az.gov. Applicants must submit an Arizona Peace Officer certification application (AZPOST -PH Form), and applications with any related information must be submitted to Human Resources at the Town Hall. First review of applications will be Friday, October 12, 2018. Upon receipt of these forms, a criminal history and driver’s transcript will be obtained. Applicants who have no criminal history and a zero or plus balance on their driver’s transcript will be invited to attend testing at the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office. This includes a physical agility test, a written police officer’s examination, and an oral interview by a panel. A full and in-depth background investigation will be conducted on favorable applicants who successfully complete all phases of the initial testing. Employment Requirements An applicant must: – Be a U.S. Citizen – Be 21 years of age – Pass an agility test, written test, and oral review board – Possess a valid Arizona driver’s license with no negative points – Have no DUI/DWI convictions – Have vision of 20/20 or corrected to 20/20 – Have no convictions for felonies or misdemeanors – Pass an extensive background investigation – Pass psychological, polygraph, and physical tests and a drug screen – Possess the ability to speak clearly, hear, analyze, and react quickly to high-stress situations Competitive salary. – Uniforms and equipment provided – 5 Competitive benefit plans – Basic academy and specialized training provided – College tuition reimbursement – Paid time-off plan based on length of service to the Town – Eleven paid holidays per year – Overtime for off-duty court appearances
Congratulations to Sergeant Collins who received a recognition award today from Yavapai County Adult Probation for his dedication and commitment to assisting their agency on numerous occasions. Most recently he assisted in apprehending two wanted individuals. Sgt. Collins does a great job serving his community and it is nice that he has been recognized by another agency. Great Job and thank you!
The Marshal's Office bids farewell to Sergeant Laura Leon as she leaves the department and moves on to a new agency. Sergeant Leon has worked at CVMO for a combined total of 12 years, serving as a deputy, detective, and sergeant. Sergeant Leon will be missed, however we wish her the best of luck!
MULTIPLE VEHICLE AUTO ACCIDENT State Route 260 CLOSED ****UPDATE*** Initial investigation indicates speed and aggressive driving to be the cause of yesterday’s 4 vehicle fatal accident. According to witness and the initial evidence from the scene, a red Subaru station-wagon driven by 22 year Faith Kalis of Camp Verde was headed westbound on Hwy 260 at a high rate of speed and passing vehicles in a no-passing zone. At one point Kalis’s vehicle collided with a black Mercedes driven by Carey Robbins of Surprise Arizona, that was heading eastbound. Kalis’s vehicle then collided with a red Dodge pickup driven by Lee Fugitt of Prescott Valley. Upon impact with the Dodge truck, Kalis’s vehicle was split into two pieces. Kalis was trapped inside the vehicle, while her 2 year old son was thrown from the vehicle in his car seat, landing on the roadway near the crash site. Faith Kalis was pronounced deceased at the scene, and her 2 year old son was flown to Phoenix Children’s Hospital with life threating injuries. Two other victims were transported by ground to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
For those parents expecting children off the school bus from Camp Verde Unified School District, Please be reassured, the bus was not involved in the accident and your children are OK. Please contact the Camp Verde bus barn on the status of the bus dropping off your children.
MULTIPLE VEHICLE AUTO ACCIDENT State Route 260 CLOSED At approximately 3:45PM this afternoon, Camp Verde Marshal’s Office received reports of a serious multi-vehicle accident on Hwy 260, at Sierra Verde Road. Upon the arrival of the officers, they found an accident scene involving 5 vehicles with multiple victims, with a variety of injuries. At this point, State Route 260 is closed between Old Church Road and Olive Road. This is a multiple agency incident with the assistance of ADOT, Yavapai Apache PD, and Copper Canyon Fire and Medical Authority. Further details will be released to the media as they are received form the on scene units.
The Marshal's Office is seeking your help with identifying the two suspects in the pictures. Both subjects entered the Circle K in Camp Verde, at which time the male was captured on video stealing several packs of scratch off Lottery tickets from behind the counter. Circle K employee's advised that the same two suspects are persons of interest in several other Circle K thefts that occurred throughout Yavapai County.
K9 Deputy J. Bowers and his Canine partner Claymore looked sharp as they accepted a grant award from the Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County on Friday. Claymore's brother is the canine for Chino Valley Police Department and was there with his partner Officer D. McNally too. Thank you to the ACF of Yavapai County and all the benefactors for your generosity and support of our K9 program.
At approximately 0638 this morning, the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office responded to a report of a semi-truck that had overturned in the roundabout at Horseshoe Bend Road. When officers arrived on scene, they found the driver of the semi-truck was able to exit the vehicle on his own. The cause of the accident was speed related. The westbound lanes of Hwy 260 at Horseshoe bend have been shut down due to the accident, but are expected to be reopened by 1230 PM today.