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

Join us on Saturday, April 28th from 10am to 2pm at the Walmart store on Watson Rd for the Drug Take Back

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

**The roadway is back open** TRAFFIC ALERT Southbound Watson Rd is closed at Roeser Rd (just south of Broadway) for a traffic accident investigation. Please use Apache or Rainbow Rd as an alternate.

On April 19t, 2018 a swearing in and promotion ceremony were held for the Buckeye Police Department. New employees sworn in: Police Officer Heather Gonzalez, Police Officer Matthew Booher, Police Officer Stephen Farmer (not pictured), Communications Supervisor Joseph Laudando, Property and Evidence Technician Kathleen Walters (not pictured), and Code Enforcement Officer Pamela Roush Buckeye Police Department promotions: Lieutenant Bruce root and Sergeant Zachary Astrup Congratulations!

Happy 7th Birthday to Buckeye Police Department K9 Officer Bento

This week, April 15th – April 21th is National Volunteers Week. The Buckeye Police Department would like to give a BIG Thank You to all our volunteers for everything they do. The Buckeye Police Department has 76 volunteers who help at the City Hall, front desk at the Buckeye PD station, Citizen on Patrol, Property and Evidence Department, SWAT, DUI Task Force, Victim Advocate, Records, Dispatch, Chaplains, Lunch with Blue, Traffic Control, and so much more. Please help us in thanking our amazing volunteers. (Pictured are only a very few of our volunteers)

Reminder Vin Etching event Saturday, April 21st, 2018 from 8am to 11am at Buckeye Police Department, 21699 W Yuma Rd (Dean Rd and Yuma Rd

The Buckeye Police Department sends our sincere condolences to the Phoenix Police Department for the line of duty death of beloved K9 Officer Bane. RIP K9 Bane 💙🐾

This week is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week (April 8-14, 2018). Please help us in saying, Thank You, to our amazing Dispatchers. Our dispatchers are the lifeline to our first responders, and are the unsung everyday heroes that are always there to answer the call. Thank you Lorraine, Renea, Joe, Naara, Rosie, Christy, Devyn, Shelby, Courtney, Nadine, Vickie, Liz, Tanya, Margie, and our newest dispatcher, Denise. We could not do it without all of you.

**The Roadway is Open** Traffic Alert Northbound Miller Rd is closed between Rancho Vista and Warner Rd for an accident investigation. Please use Watson Rd as an alternative.

*Verrado Way is back open* Traffic Alert Verrado Way is closed in both directions between Broadway Rd and MC85 for an accident investigation .

**Update, Maria has been safely located** The Buckeye Police Department is asking for assistance in locating missing person, 27 year old Maria Randall. Maria was last seen at the Verrado coffee company on 4/6/2018 and may be in the Phoenix area. Maria has mental health issues and suffers from schizophrenia. Maria was last seen wearing a black shirt and blue jeans, has black hair and brown eyes. Anyone having information regarding Maria’s whereabouts, please contact the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400.

The Buckeye Police Department is asking for assistance in locating runaway juvenile, 15 year old Jordan Hudson (aka Nikki). Jordan ran away from home on 4/2/2018 and is believed to be in the Glendale, Peoria, or Phoenix area. Jordan was wearing a blue/tan jacket and lights colored shorts. Jordan takes medication that he does not have. Anyone having information into the whereabouts of Jordan, please contact the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6416. If you would like to leave a tip, please call 623-349-6411 or email bpdtips@buckeyeaz.gov.

Text to 9-1-1 service now available in Buckeye Buckeye’s Police Department is proud to be part of the collaborative efforts with the Maricopa Association of Governments and the disabled community to launch Text to 9-1-1 service today. “Call if you can, text if you can’t” is the key message to remember if you encounter an emergency or are in imminent danger. A traditional voice call is always the preferred option during an emergency. However, for the disabled community or when someone is unable to talk out loud to a 9-1-1 operator because they are in danger, it is a vital alternative. This new technology allows emergency responders to interact with residents with disabilities or for people in a situation that makes it dangerous to call 9-1-1, such as a domestic violence or hostage situation. At this time, text to 9-1-1 only accepts text only in English and does not automatically provide dispatchers with your location. So, it’s important to include your address/location when using this service. Also group texts and language translations are not yet supported, but are in development. Buckeye’s call center personnel have been trained over the last several months to be ready for the launch of this new service. The service was purchased by MAG in August of 2017, and the city of Phoenix administers the service for the Maricopa Region 9-1-1, which is comprised of twenty-six 9-1-1 call centers, including the Buckeye Police Department. More details and frequently asked questions are available at http://www.buckeyeaz.gov/home/showdocument?id=3183

Thank you Ofc. Haley for displaying such a wonderful act of kindness. "Acts of kindness by police officers occur every day throughout this country. I applaud Officer Haley for his actions and appreciate the photographer for taking the time to capture the moment and share with the public" - Chief Larry Hall

**UPDATE** William has been safely located The Buckeye Police Department is asking for assistance in locating autistic missing person, William Faire, 18 years old. William was last seen at Copper Canyon High School (91st Ave and Camelback Rd) in Glendale after a track meet on 3/31/2018. Williams was wearing a blue in color Buckeye Union High School track clothing. If you have seen William or know where he may be, please contact your local police department or call 911.

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

Update of the remains found in Buckeye. In the early morning hours of July 18, 2016, 10-year-old Jesse Wilson disappeared from his family home in the Sundance neighborhood of Buckeye. Jesse was a bright, energetic, and caring young man who was well-liked by his friends and teachers. From the moment he disappeared through today, the Buckeye community has joined together in solidarity to help bring Jesse home by dedicating countless hours volunteering, searching, and praying. We in law enforcement have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support for Jesse and are eternally grateful for the continued assistance. Approximately two weeks ago, on March 8, 2018, a Buckeye municipal employee discovered what appeared to be partial human skeletal remains in the area of State Route Highway 85 and Broadway Rd. He immediately reported this finding to law enforcement. A subsequent search of the area by law enforcement uncovered additional remains. These remains were collected and submitted for forensic analysis in the hopes of establishing a positive identification. It is with great sadness that we are here today to announce that we have identified the remains as those of Jesse Wilson. Like so many of you across our community, we are devastated by this news. While this is not the outcome for which any of us had hoped, we want to stress that this is not the end of our investigation. The Buckeye Police Department, along with our state and federal partners, will continue to pursue this investigation until its conclusion. We believe this case will be resolved as Jesse deserves nothing less.

Free Training. March 28, 1:30 - 3:30 PM Buckeye Family Resource Center, 210 S. 6th St, Buckeye. Learn how you can actively prevent abuse. Learn how children are groomed by someone they love or trust and how you can set and enforce healthy boundaries to protect children. Learn about the root cause of sex trafficking and why preventing sexual abuse is important to reducing the risk of children being sexually exploited. for more information and to register go to http://www.swfac.org/register