El Mirage Police Department

  • Agency: El Mirage Police Department
  • Address: 12401 W. Cinnabar Ave., El Mirage, 85335 AZ
  • Chief: Mike Frazier (Chief of Police)
Phone: 623-500-3000
Fax: 623-500-3001

El Mirage Police Department is located at 12401 W. Cinnabar Ave., El Mirage, 85335 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Frazier. The El Mirage Police Department phone number is 623-500-3000.

El Mirage Police Department News

On Monday, February 26th, 2018 members of the El Mirage Police Department celebrated Read Across America with the staff and students of Dysart Elementary School. This program is a wonderful opportunity to encourage reading at all levels while reinforcing positive relationships between the police department and our community's youth. Thank you everyone at Dysart Elementary School!

TRAFFIC ALERT- On Monday, March 5th, 2018 expect traffic delays in the area of Dysart Road and Varney Road due to construction on the Dysart High School campus. These delays are expected to be temporary throughout the day and parents dropping off students may be directed off campus via a different exit.

The El Mirage Police Department would like to congratulate Detective Monica Rios on her official retirement. Detective Rios has worked for the El Mirage Police Department for over 17 years after lateraling from the Youngtown Police Department. Detective Rios has worked in several different specialties at our department such as School Resource Officer, Background Investigator, and Community Action Officer. Congratulations Detective Monica Rios #3226.

Dog Theft On 01/14/2018 between 4:45PM and 5:00PM. A deer head Chihuahua blonde in color with green eyes was stolen from the playground at Gateway Park. Witnesses observed a Caucasian couple approach the dog and took it from the park. The couple left in a red in color Jeep. The dog was wearing a leopard print color with a bell. Any information, please contact the El Mirage Police Department at 623-500-3000.

El Mirage Police Explorer Post 2780 placed in Tactical Emergency Medical Services in honor of Officer Paul Lazinsky today at the Chandler Tactical Competition. Rest In Peace Officer Lazinsky. EOW 12/12/17.

Day 1 for our Explorers at the Chandler Tactical Competition. Incident Command System and Officer Down Scenario. El Mirage Police Explorers continues to advance in their skills to become future law enforcement.

Neighborhood Watch Program How to Get Involved The Neighborhood Watch program helps you to get to know your neighbors and helps to keep your neighborhood safe. The El Mirage Police Department would like to see you, the resident, get involved in helping keep your neighborhood safe. One key way to accomplish this is to have a Neighborhood Watch program in your immediate community. Neighborhood Watch is a program where your neighborhood takes an active role in crime prevention and community development. The responsibilities of a Neighborhood Watch Captain or co-Captain include: •to act as liaison between the neighborhood and the Police Department •to get to know the neighbors in your community •to coordinate periodic meetings with the neighborhood watch group to discuss problems and assistance requirements •to report issues and concerns (e.g., suspicious persons, places or vehicles) to the Police Department. Neighbors working together in cooperation with law enforcement can make one of the best crime-fighting teams around. Neighborhood Block Watch is a free program that involves getting acquainted with your neighbors, looking out for one another, and learning more about crime prevention. The program fights the isolation and separation that criminals prey upon in neighborhoods, while building a partnership between police and the community they serve. What Are The Benefits Of Neighborhood Block Watch? •Reducing the risk of being a crime victim. •Being better prepared to respond to suspicious activity. •Increased information on issues that impact neighborhoods. •Knowing your neighbors. •Reducing the fear of crime and making your neighborhood more livable. •Allowing other issues of concern for the community to be addressed. How Do I Start A Neighborhood Block Watch Program? •Talk with your neighbors to determine if they have interest in the program. •Ask two or three neighbors to assist you by becoming Co-Captains. •Discuss neighborhood concerns •Inform them of the benefit of the Neighborhood Block Watch. •Let them know Neighborhood Block Watch does not require frequent meetings or personal risk. •Ask all of your neighbors for their support and participation. If you are interested in starting a program in your area, please contact us at 623-500-3000. For an established program to remain as an active certified status, a watch group must have a minimum of one annual neighborhood function (i.e. Neighborhood Watch meeting, block party, BBQ, etc.). A police department representative must be present at one of these functions once every two years.

The El Mirage PD Administrative Offices will be closed Thursday, December 21st to allow staff to attend the funeral of Officer Paul Lazinsky. The office will reopen Friday, December 21st at 8:00 am. The Surprise Police Department will be providing police service to the City of El Mirage until Thursday evening. Thank you for your understanding and support.



FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR OFFICER PAUL LAZINSKY #3227 Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 Viewing at Dignity Funeral Home 16063 West Bell Road, Surprise, AZ 85374 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm (Officers and Public) Thursday, December 21st, 2017 Radiant Church 15522 W. Paradise Ln, Surprise, AZ 85374 10:00 am

The El Mirage Police Department would like to thank everyone for their tremendous outpouring of support over the loss of Officer Paul Lazinsky. Your heartfelt condolences during this difficult time are greatly appreciated. We thank you. Due to the large number of requests to assist Paul’s family during their time of loss, the El Mirage Police Department asks those that wish to drop off sympathy cards do so by bringing them to the police department headquarters located at 12401 West Cinnabar Avenue El Mirage, AZ 85335. For those of you who have asked where to send donations for the family, a GoFundMe account has been set up. If you wish to donate, follow this link: https://www.gofundme.com/officer-paul-lazinsky Thank you all for your continued support on behalf of Officer Paul Lazinsky’s family.

The community is welcome to stop by the El Mirage Police Department lobby to sign a condolence book in memory of Officer Lazinsky. The book will be available from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Thank you for your support.

In order for the El Mirage Police Department family to mourn the loss of our officer, the Surprise and Peoria Police Departments will be answering calls for police service beginning Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. until Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 10:00 p.m. Please be patient as there may be a delayed response to some calls. Please continue to use the same phone numbers to request police assistance during this time: 9-1-1 Emergency 623-933-1341 Non-emergency 623-500-3000 Administrative Offices

The El Mirage Police Department wishes everyone a safe and pleasant holidays. Our West Valley Law Enforcement agencies have several DUI Task Force scheduled to keep our communities safe.

Officer Cody Hudson recieved the 2017 Mothers Against Drunk Driver DUI Officer of the Year award. Officer Hudson joined the El Mirage Police Department in December of 2016 as a lateral from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. Officer Hudson had previous training as a Drug Recognition Expert, HGN, and in standardized field sobriety test. From the start of joining EMPD, he has contributed to reducing the DUI problem by investigating and/or assisting with investigations in over 50 DUI cases and underage consumption cases with a high conviction rate.

Officer McLane hanging out at the AZ state fair GOHS Public Safety Day.

Come Join us today and tomorrow at the Arizona State Fair for Public Safety day hosted by the Governors Office of Highway Safety.

We are raising money for the Special Olympics through the Fry’s Fuel of Dreams. Stop by at Waddell Rd and Litchfield Rd, we will wash your windshield and pump your gas.

The El Mirage and Glendale Police Explorers have started a joint West Valley Explorer Honor Guard. We would like to thank the community for your support of program. Please look for them on special events throughout both cities coming soon.

The Suspect turned himself in today. Thank you for all your help.

Congratulations to El Mirage Police Explorer Post 2780! They placed in several different categories, such as Report Writing, Courtroom Testimony, Building Search, Traffic Stop, Domestic Violence Investigation, Firearm Marksmanship and Safety, Female Obstacle Course, and placed overall. The West Valley Law Enforcement Explorers (Glendale and Surprise) also represented their cities by placing in a lot of categories. Good Job!