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

Concerned a sex offender may be living near you? Pursuant to ARS 13-3825, the Department is required to provide Notification when certain sex offenders become residents of Chandler as a result of release from the Arizona State Prison, acceptance under an interstate compact agreement, or release from a county jail. Individuals who appear in these notifications have been convicted of a sex offense & have advised Chandler Police he/she will be living within the Department's jurisdiction. The individuals in these notifications are not wanted by the Chandler Police or any other law enforcement agency. Rather, the notifications are for information & statutory purposes only & are not intended to increase public fear. For more information, please click on the link:

The Department's Moments of Truth philosophy believes enhanced customer service is the starting point to establishing respect, trust, & support from the community. This week's MOT features Officer M. Fritz, a patrol officer assigned to the Chandler Height's Precinct. For more MOTs please go to

If you are out & alcohol is or has been part of your night, please do not drive home. Designate a driver or call for a ride. The decision to drive, even if you only had one drink, is not worth the potential consequences. Call for a ride. Please, get home safe.

Heading to the Salt River for tubing this weekend or one of the many lakes around the Valley to keep cool? If so, be mindful of the dangers to open water swimming, especially if children who are old enough to swim on their own are going with:

Have a safe weekend & remember:

Another great turnout this morning for our Coffee with a Cop event. Thank you to everyone that stopped by.

Looking for a place to grab some lunch? Why not Even Stevens? Stop in at 11am for a sandwich & great conversation!

Don't forget to join us tomorrow at 11am at Even Stevens for Coffee with a Cop!

Join us tonight for the Phoenix Linux Users Group cyber security presentation from 7pm to 9pm at our Desert Breeze substation. This presentation will cover the challenges of defending critical infrastructure & developing healthy cyber security habits at home. This event is free with no RSVP required.

Wishing everyone a happy National Selfie Day June 21. Our Chandler Police K9 Rex was happy to pose with dad. We remind everyone, NO #selfies while driving.

Celebrating our great state of Arizona!

The #ChandlerPoliceDepartment's second Wilderness experience of the summer has officially kicked off! This girls only trip has taken these brave campers to the wilds of the #CoconinoNationalForest near Flagstaff! Have fun ladies!

Watch this video for a look into the Department's firing range & the types of firearms training Chandler Police Officers complete.

The mercury is going back up with dangerous heat forecast later this week. Stay hydrated & be sure to monitor children, vulnerable adults, & pets when they're out in the heat.

June is Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month: The Senior Lockbox program is offered as a courtesy to the residents of Chandler. The lockboxes are provided through the South East Valley Regional Association of Realtors. The program provides lockboxes for emergency personnel to gain access to your home after being summoned there for emergency purposes. For more information on this program please go to

The Chandler Police Department's 2018 Summer Youth Academy has officially started!

Is there a dog in your neighborhood who constantly barks? If so, start by talking to or leaving a note for the animal owner. If you're not comfortable doing this, try the barking dog hotline at (480) 782-BARK.

The 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. This week we feature Officer W. Walker, a patrol officer assigned to the Main Station Precinct. For more MOTs please go to

With the start of the Monsoon Season comes the threat of rain &, if the weather forecasts were correct, Chandler has seen rain for the 1st time in a long while. Rain & water on the roadway can create hazardous driving conditions. Click on the link for some Monsoon Season driving tips courtesy of ADOT:

It's the 1st day of the 2018 Monsoon season. Today is also the end of Monsoon Awareness Week. What is the Monsoon? Click on the link to find out!

Just a week away from our next Coffee with a Cop!