Goodyear Police Department

  • Agency: Goodyear Police Department
  • Address: 14455 W. Van Buren St., Suite E-101, Goodyear, 85338 AZ
  • Chief: Jerry Geier (Chief of Police)

Goodyear Police Department is located at 14455 W. Van Buren St., Suite E-101, Goodyear, 85338 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Jerry Geier. The Goodyear Police Department phone number is 623-932-1220.

Goodyear Police Department News

A BIG thank you to Officer Jordan and his K-9 Bosco for taking time out of their busy evening to do a demonstration for our Cub Scout den. The kids were in awe of the officer & his trained police dog Bosco. Many great questions were asked by the scouts. This activity was a step in earning their "Duty to Country" badge. Thanks again Officer Jordan & Bosco! They will remember this experience for a long time to come. -Brian Cross Den Leader

Its National Teen Driver Safety Week...Parents, have you talked to your teen about not texting and driving yet? Goodyear Police encourage everyone to make their car a "NO PHONE ZONE!"

October 15-21, 2017 is National Teen Driver Safety Week. Parents, Goodyear Police remind you that it is a good time to have the important conversation with your teen about safe driving practices including: No cell phone use, No extra passengers, No speeding, No alcohol, Always Buckle Up!

We have shared this before, but it is worth repeating...Save a life, don't text and drive! Please share!

Goodyear Explorer Post as well as a few Goodyear Officers went down and cleaned up the Arizona K9 Memorial that honors the Police K9s killed in the line of duty. The Goodyear Explorer Post was the first of several valley agencies that are taking part in this project. Each month an Explorer post from a different agency will go down to the memorial and give it a good cleaning. Thank you to those who participated!

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month...See attached flyer for more information. Help is available!

Goodyear MidFirst Bank at Litchfield and Indian School Rd. was robbed last night just before 7pm. The outstanding suspect is described as a white heavy-set female with reddish shoulder-length curly hair, wearing a green shirt with pink bra, black leggings, black hat and large sun glasses. Please call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS with info.

Goodyear Police and Fire Departments teamed up for Relay for Life 2017 to raise money for the American Cancer Society and to bring attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Photos by PJ.

Thanks for the great turn-out at Goodyear PD's National Coffee with a Cop Day celebration on Saturday. We estimate over 100 people attended to have coffee and conversation with our officers and members. It was great to see so many families and children attend, we love our community! Thank you PJ for the great photos!

Come on out to #coffeewithacop now until 11am at GYPD Ops building 11 N 145th Ave. All that is missing is YOU!

The Goodyear Police Department would like to bring attention to the national epidemic of Domestic Violence and DV prevention efforts. Domestic violence is defined as a pattern of behavior that includes the use or threat of violence and intimidation for the purpose of gaining power and control over another person. Did you know? • One in four women will experience domestic violence • One in five teens in Arizona will experience dating abuse • On average, someone in Arizona dies every three days due to domestic violence • In Arizona, one or more children witness a domestic violence incident every 44 minutes Ask yourself the following questions Does Your Partner….. 1. Call you names or put you down? 2. Push, hit, slap or choke you? 3. Tell you you’re a bad parent or threaten to take away or hurt your children? 4. Control what you do, where you go, who you see or talk to? 5. Say the abuse is your fault or apologize and promise that it won’t happen again, but it does? If you answered yes to any of these questions you may be in an abusive relationship. Resources for help: Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence 1-800-782-6400 OR 602-279-2900 For a local shelter call 480-890-3039 Goodyear Police Department Crisis Services Unit 623-882-7677

Old Glory Relay is a coast-to-coast relay sponsored by Team Red, White and Blue, a Veteran’s 501C3. The single flag is moving over 4,600 miles across the country, it began its journey on Sept. 11th in Seattle, WA and will finish on Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11, 2017, in Tampa, FL. This portion of the leg started in Gila Bend, traveled through Goodyear where students at Mabel Padgett showed their patriotism and welcomed riders (photographed). After that stop, the team was off to Luke AFB, and then to Glendale Community College where runners will take over and run to Wesley Bolin Plaza in Phoenix on Thursday night. Goodyear Police were honored to escort riders through the city of Goodyear and participate in the welcome celebration by students at Mabel Padgett Elementary School. Ride safe Team Red, White and Blue!

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Goodyear Officers and staff will be wearing purple ribbons to show support for survivors and victims of DV. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911! Help is available, visit for additional resources.

HAPPY NATIONAL COFFEE WITH A COP DAY! Goodyear, you spoke and we listened! In order to accommodate those who are at work today, Goodyear Police will be celebrating National Coffee with a Cop Day on Saturday, Oct. 7th between 8-11am. We invite you to bring the entire family for a morning of coffee and conversation with your Goodyear Police Officers. In addition, to celebrate this special occasion, there will be police vehicle displays, demonstrations and tours of our new facility. We look forward to visiting with you on Saturday!

Goodyear, you did it... YOU raised the most $ for AZ Special Olympics at the Goodyear Haymaker location! A HUGE thank you goes out to the community for your support of Special Olympics and Goodyear PD! Thanks to Haymaker for hosting this special event and to all the volunteers, Explorers, and GYPD & GYFD staff who made this happen. It was great to have Special Olympic athletes in attendance to enjoy this event alongside us! We had so much fun with families, kids, community members, athletes, special guests, K9s, to name just a few. The great photos are courtesy of PJ! Check back soon for an update on how much you raised.

Come support Arizona special Olympics and the Goodyear PD team! We are here until 2 pm for Tip-A-Cop!

Congratulations Team Goodyear Fire; you out-ate Team Goodyear PD by a few ribs. All this fun was for a great cause, AZ Special Olympics! Thank you Texas Roadhouse, Goodyear for hosting this fun and delicious event! Thanks PJ for capturing these great moments!

Goodyear Police Department's Lids on Kids program is teaming up with Goodyear Fire Pals this month to teach school age children the importance of wearing a helmet every time you ride bikes, scooters and skateboards. Check back for more photos in the coming days. Thanks PJ and Joe for the great pictures!

Hey Goodyear....come on out and show your spirit! Join team Goodyear PD in the challenge against Phoenix PD and Peoria PD to see who can raise the most money for AZ Special Olympics! This Tip-a-Cop challenge will be held on Oct. 1st from open until 2pm at the Goodyear Haymaker Restaurant at 1800 N. Litchfield Rd. Goodyear. We hope to see you there!

Is your baby trying to tell you something? It is Child Passenger Safety Week; make an appointment to have your child's seat checked by a certified child passenger technician. Call our friends at the Goodyear Fire Department to make your car seat appointment today! 623-882-SEAT (7328) #buckleupeverytime

Goodyear Police Department's Lids on Kids program is teaming up with Goodyear Fire Pals this month to teach school age children the importance of wearing a helmet every time you ride bikes, scooters and skateboards. Check back for more photos in the coming days. Thanks PJ and Joe for the great pictures!

September 17-23, 2017 is Child Passenger Safety Week. Goodyear Police would like to remind parents to check to be certain your child is properly restrained in your moving vehicle. Refer to this checklist to be sure your child is in the proper car seat and that it is being used correctly. Remember, everyone buckle up every ride, every time...FOR SAFETY!