St Johns Police Department

  • Agency: St Johns Police Department
  • Address: 1190 W. Cleveland, St Johns, 85936 AZ
  • Chief: James S Zieler (Chief of Police)
Phone: 928-337-2440
Fax: (928)337-3152
Email:

St Johns Police Department is located at 1190 W. Cleveland, St Johns, 85936 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is James S Zieler. The St Johns Police Department phone number is 928-337-2440.

St Johns Police Department News

On 1/8/2018, the Police Department took a report of criminal damage in the area of 600 South 4th West. Unknown person(s) spray painted obscene words and other initials on the sidewalk with white spray paint. If you have information regarding this crime and the person(s) responsible please report the information to WeTip a reward may be offered for information leading to the arrest of the person(s) involved. Click on the following link to report any tips you may have: https://wetip.com/submit-anonymous-tip-2/

***Safety Alert*** There have been several reported fires this week due to ashes and cigarettes. With the dry weather conditions any embers or open flames can easily start a fire. Please be aware and keep your family and property safe. Thank You.

***The Green Waste Dump*** We want to raise some awareness on illegal dumping that is taking place. We hope this is some good information for everyone regarding what is allowed to be dumped. Please like and share this post so we can spread the word to everyone. Thank you for helping with this issue.

**UPDATE** The puppy has been adopted. This sweet puppy is looking for her forever home. If you are interested in adopting her please call the police department at (928) 337-2440.

With the new year we are excited to announce that Ty Blank will be joining our team here at the St. Johns Police Department as our newest employee. Ty will be attending the Police Academy to become a sworn peace officer. Ty moved to St. Johns when he was a junior in high school. During high school he was an active participant in sports. After graduating he served a 2 year mission in Alaska for his church. Upon returning home he married Abbie (Waite) last march and they are starting their family in St. Johns.When asked why he wants to be a cop in St. Johns, Ty stated "I love this community of St. Johns and I want to serve it and the people who live here."

Everyone at the Saint Johns Police Department hopes everyone has a safe and enjoyable New Years Eve! Several people, have asked what fireworks are permissible in the City. The following link is the current fireworks law for Arizona. In addition to the law, please consider the current conditions, just because certain fireworks are legal, doesn’t mean it is safe to use them. Please be aware that one spark could start a brush fire and cause a fast burning inferno. Please be considerate to your neighbors.

This puppy was found at the St. Johns City Cemetery. If you have any information or if this dog belongs to you please call (928) 337-2440.

On behalf of the dedicated men and women of the Saint Johns Police Department, we wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

We would like to thank everyone who helped with the 911 Toy Drive-W. Steven Martin toy drive this year. It was another huge success. This event was able to help about 50 kids within our community to have a better Christmas. Thank you to TAHC Club (Teens Agains Harmful Choices) who wrapped all the gifts this year. This is the 2nd year this bunch of kids have helped with this event. Also a thanks to the employees of the St. Johns Police Department and their families.

A exciting day for the St. Johns Police Department today. We look forward to the W. Steve Martin toy drive every year. It is such a rewarding experience for all involved in this great event.

Good Morning from the St. Johns Police Department. Last night we had another prowler call. So far no one has lost anything or hurt. We are attempting to raise awareness to everyone to lock doors and vehicles. Locks keep honest people honest and hopefully discourages criminals from making you a victim. In addition we are concerned that the game that is played around town "007", or whatever someone else may call it, may be playing a part in these occurrances. We ask anyone that may play this game to please cease playing it for the foreseeable future. We take prowler calls very seriously. We have evidence at each of our calls that someone was at the locations where we have responded. Officers are on high alert when they respond and with it dark on all the calls, serious situations can happen in our effort to protect our citizens. So please speak to your children that if they are playing these games to please refrain from them for several weeks until we catch the person doing this or they quit doing this very unsafe actions around peoples homes. Thank You and Merry Christmas to all!

Hope everyone is having a fantastic Holiday Season. We wanted to raise awareness within the community. The Police Department has received several reports of suspicious people walking through neighborhoods. Please remember to lock you cars and homes at all time to keep your family and property safe.

Frosty's Night Out! Going on now at the BUB. Bring your kids to come play and even meet Santa! Thank you St. Johns Fire and EMS for making this event happen!

To our family in blue at the El Mirage Police Department our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

We have two locations to drop off toys for our toy drive here in St. Johns. All toys donated will go to tge kiddos here in St. Johns. Please come to one of our two locations to donate, City Hall or the St. Johns Police Department

There are two locations to donate a toy for the toy drive. All toys donated stay in St. Johns.

Thank you Arizona Rangers Show Low Company for your assistance at the St. Johns Christmas Light Parade. Always appreciate working with you. 👍

Shout out to Officer Wyatt Smith and his famous back flip!

Please be sure to check out the Saint Johns Police Department website: http://stjohnsaz.gov/police/

The Saint Johns Police Department is adding another "tool" to its tool box for community notification. Please go to the following link and click sign up. You will be notified of important information regarding critical incidents, emergencies, and other public safety matters:

K9 Officer Smith with the St. Johns Police Department received a shout out by his younger brother, Garrett Smith, from Las Vegas, Nevada. Garrett is competing in the Bull Riding event at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo starting tonight and continuing for the next 10 days.

Here is a friendly reminder of the St. John's light parade, which will be held Saturday night at 6pm on Cleveland Street. Bring your kids and meet Santa at City Hall after the parade.

**UPDATE** This dog has been released to her owners. This dog was found near Gas & Go. She has a Pet Allies tag, tan leather collar and blue leash. If you have any information or if this dog belongs to you please call (928) 337-2440.

**UPDATE** This dog has been returned to his owner. This male Pitbull mix was found near the city park. If you have any information or if this dog belongs to you please call (928) 337-2440.