Buckeye Police Department

  • Agency: Buckeye Police Department
  • Address: 100 N. Apache Suite D, Buckeye, 85326 AZ
  • Chief: Mark Mann (Chief of Police)
Phone: 623-349-6499
Fax:

Buckeye Police Department is located at 100 N. Apache Suite D, Buckeye, 85326 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Mark Mann. The Buckeye Police Department phone number is 623-349-6499.

Buckeye Police Department News

Free training open to the public The Southwest Family Advocacy Center is offering free training at the Buckeye Family Resource Center, 210 S 6th St, building 700 on January 24, 2018 from 1:30pm-3:30pm In this trainging you will learn: *How the brain can be impacted by excessive use of technology *The effects sexually explicit material has on our teens and their self image *Sexting and the Arizona laws *How perpetrators exploit teens and gain personal information from what they post online *Ways to protect your family and increase communication Register at www.swfac.org/register

The Buckeye Police Department would like to welcome two new officers who recently graduated from the Phoenix Regional Police Academy and has begun their career with Buckeye Police. Please help us with congratulating Officer Gonzalez and Officer Booher and welcoming them to Buckeye Police Department.

Happy New Year

No excuses... Don't Drink and Drive, call for a ride

The Buckeye Police Department wants everyone to have a safe and happy New Year’s Eve celebration. Buckeye PD along with several agencies in the valley will be participating in Valley DUI task forces to ensure the safety of all motorists. Please help us and Don’t Drink and Drive. Tipsy Tow offers FREE vehicle tow and a ride up to 10 miles or consider other ride options. https://az.aaa.com/news/tipsytow

Help protect your pets this New Year's Eve

Your City of Buckeye Police Department wishes everyone to have a safe New Year’s celebration. Below are city and state laws that pertain to the use of fireworks and discharging firearms. City Ordinance 10-2-8 Discharge or Ignition of Fireworks; 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, other than those parties engaged in a supervised public display, to use, discharge or cause the ignition of fireworks within the corporate limits of the City, except that the use of permissible consumer fireworks shall be allowed from June 24 through July 6 and December 24 through January 3 each year. 2. Nothing in this section 10-2-8 shall be construed to prohibit the use, discharge or ignition of novelty items or the occurrence of a supervised public display of fireworks pursuant to a permit issued by the city. The penalty of this section if a class 3 misdemeanor Arizona Revised Statue 13-3107 - Unlawful discharge of firearms; A person who with criminal negligence discharges a firearm within or into the limits of any municipality is guilty of a class 6 felony Arizona Revised Statute 13-2904.A.6. Recklessly handles, displays, or discharges a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument is guilty of a class 6 felony. Please contact the Buckeye Police department at (623) 349-6400 with any questions. https://library.municode.com/az/buckeye/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=CD_ORD_CH10MIOFRE_ART10-2PUSAOF_S10-2-8DIIGFI

CENS Notification Information On December 27, 2017, Buckeye Police Department utilized the CENS (Community Emergency Notification System) network to notify residents of the Riata West neighborhood and surrounding area of a reported call of a shot being fired. This information was sent to ask for assistance in looking for described subjects involved and a vehicle. There have been some questions asking about the CENS network that we want to help answer so all our residents that may receive these types of notifications in the future know what instructions to follow. CENS is an emergency notification sent to your landline phone, and/or a registered cell phone, to notify of an emergency incident. These notifications are sent out by police dispatch at the request of police command. Not everyone will receive these messages, as they are sent to specific areas depending on where the emergency incident is occurring. If a message is sent out and you live within the designated selected area the emergency is occurring (by your landline that is attached to your address, or your cell phone that is registered with your address) you will receive these notifications. If you have a landline, your phone is already registered through the 911 system by your address. To register your cell phone, please visit https://maricoparegion911.onthealert.com/Terms For more information of the CENS network, please visit http://ready.maricopa.gov/1755/Community-Emergency-Notification-System-

On December 27, 2017 at 1:50pm, Buckeye Officers responded to a report of shots fired in the 23600 block of west Pecan in Buckeye. A citizen reported hearing what they believed to be a gunshot from a passing vehicle, a dark colored (possibly blue) PT Cruiser. This vehicle left the area westbound on Wayland. There were no injuries reported from this incident. Two male subjects were reported exiting the fleeing vehicle and leaving on foot. These subjects were described as a short Hispanic male with grey camouflage shorts and a black T-shirt and a tall white male with black jeans, a red hoodie and blonde hair in a bowl cut. Buckeye Police Dispatch used the CENS (Community Emergency Notification System) network to notify residents in the Riata West neighborhood and surrounding area to attempt to locate the described vehicle and subjects. If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact the Buckeye Police Department tip line at 623-349-6411 or email bpdtips@buckeyeaz.gov

Wanted Wednesday Here are this weeks “Wanted Wednesday” wanted persons. If you know the whereabouts of a person on this poster please contact the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400. If you are a subject on this poster you may turn yourself in to the Buckeye Magistrate Court or any Police Department within Maricopa County. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CAPTURE A SUBJECT YOURSELF OR MAKE A CITIZENS ARREST

Help to protect yourself and your new gifts by breaking down your boxes from your Christmas gifts before placing them in the trash.

This Christmas season the Buckeye Police Department participated in several Christmas events to include W Stephen Martin Toy Drive, Buckeye Elementary School Christmas cause event, and shop with a cop. Each of these events we were able to help provide Christmas to some amazing Buckeye families

Merry Christmas from the Buckeye Police Department. May everyone have a safe and happy holiday.

All eastbound lanes of Yuma Rd at Watson Rd are shut down until further notice due to a water main break. Please use Rainbow Rd or other alternate routes to get around.

On Saturday 12/16/17 Buckeye Police Dept along with Buckeye Fire Dept participated in the annual Buckeye Elks Lodge Shop with a Cop event held at JC Penny in Goodyear. Kids from the Buckeye Elementary School District were paired with a volunteer to go shopping. These events are a joy to be apart of and and brings such happiness to all. Merry Christmas from the Buckeye Police Dept 🎄🎅🚔🚒🚨

2nd Degree Murder Arrest Buckeye Arizona, (12/18/2017) Buckeye Police Department. On December 15, 2017 at about 4:12pm, Buckeye Police Department received a 911 call of a shooting incident at the 1400 block of S 230th Ave. Officers arrived quickly and found two involved subjects inside the home. One victim, a 2 year old male who was found with a gunshot wound and pronounced deceased by fire personnel on scene. 26 year old Buckeye resident, Alyssa Pettibone was found with stab wounds and was taken to a local hospital. Alyssa has been identified as the mother of the 2 year old male. On 12/18/2017 at 3:00pm Alyssa was released from the hospital and taken into custody by Buckeye Police Detectives. At this time Alyssa has been booked into the Maricopa County 4th Ave on 2nd Degree Murder charges. This continues to be an active and ongoing investigation.

*Update* The 26 year old female has been identified as the mother of the 2 year old child. She is the person of interest in this case and still receiving medical treatment. Buckeye PD are looking for no additional suspects. This case remains under investigation. (12/18/2017) News Release Buckeye Arizona, (12/17/2017) Buckeye Police Department. On December 15, 2017 at about 4:12pm, Buckeye Police Department received a 911 call of a shooting incident at the 1400 block of S 230th Ave. Officers arrived quickly and found two involved subjects inside the home. One was a 2 year old male who was found with a gunshot wound and pronounced deceased by fire personnel on scene. A 26 year old female was found with stab wounds and was taken to a local hospital. At this time there are no outstanding suspects or subjects Buckeye Police are looking for. This is an active and ongoing investigation.

Wanted Wednesday Here are this weeks “Wanted Wednesday” wanted persons. If you know the whereabouts of a person on this poster please contact the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400. If you are a subject on this poster you may turn yourself in to the Buckeye Magistrate Court or any Police Department within Maricopa County. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CAPTURE A SUBJECT YOURSELF OR MAKE A CITIZENS ARREST

Vehicle Burglary Arrest. On December 10, 2017 at 12:30am, Buckeye Officers received a report of subjects checking door handles on vehicles in the Verrado area. Officers observed a vehicle in the area that fled from them at a high rate of speed. Officers later located unlocked vehicles in area had been broken into and rummaged through. Buckeye Police Department Detective Unit began investigating these incidents and identified a juvenile suspect who was involved. A search of the juvenile’s home in Phoenix was conducted and a handgun was found in the juvenile’s bedroom. The juvenile, who was on probation for auto-theft, was arrested and booked into the Durango Juvenile Jail on related felony charges. Reminder to lock your vehicle.

Lock It or Lose It Buckeye has been experiencing a rash of vehicle burglaries in the Sundance, Verrado, Blue Hills and Tartesso areas. Surrounding jurisdictions are seeing an increase in these as well. The suspects, believed to be teenage juveniles, are traveling from the Phoenix area in stolen vehicles and checking neighborhood vehicles for unlocked doors. The suspects have been taking cash, registrations, keys for other vehicles, guns and electronics. All of our reported cases involve unlocked vehicles. Please be vigilant about removing valuables from your vehicle and securing your vehicle by keeping windows up and locking the doors. Please report any suspicious subjects or vehicles in the area, especially late at night into the early morning hours. Due to the report of several firearms being stolen, we want to advise the community to avoid confronting subjects believed to be involved in these activities. Please obtain vehicle description or license plate numbers as well as physical descriptions of any subject if you can do so safely. Call Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400 24/7 to report suspicious activity. Please remember to secure your personal items and lock your vehicles when left unattended.

Thank you to those who came out to support the Special Olympics Tip-A-Cop at Native Grill and Wings on December 6, 2017. We raised $550.00 that will be donated to Special Olympics. A HUGE THANK YOU from Buckeye PD for your support for this cause. A Special thank you to Gold Medalist Special Olympic Athlete, Nick for coming out and helping with this event.

Traffic ALERT.. Today at 6:30pm is the 14th annual Glow on Monroe Parade. Monroe Ave will be closed from 1st st to Baseline Rd during the parade. Please use alternate routes during this time. The parade will start at 2nd st and go east to 9th st on Monroe.