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

The Goodyear Police and Fire Departments have been blessed by our amazing volunteer of 11 years, PJ. Today marks the day that PJ moves on to new adventures in Oregon. After serving the City of Goodyear for over 11 years and dedicating over 7,400 volunteer hours, she now starts a new journey to a new home near the beach. PJ, there is nobody like you; we will miss you terribly! We wish you all the best in this new chapter of your life!

It's National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day and Wow, do we feel loved and appreciated! Thank you Whataburger in Goodyear for the delicious breakfast!

Sgt. Hughes continues his tradition of playing Santa on Christmas day and handing out gifts to unsuspecting children he encounters throughout the city of Goodyear. Merry Christmas!

BE WISE...DON'T ADVERTISE! A friendly reminder...break down boxes from gifts received and put packaging for electronics and other high dollar items in a garbage bag. Potential thieves will shop your garbage to see what new gifts are in the home. Protect yourself and your family.

Goodyear PD Santa will be out tomorrow from 8a-12, driving around Goodyear. Santa will be passing out 50 stuffed animals, 25 gift bags, $100 in gift cards, candy bars and lots of candy canes. Be on the look out for Goodyear PD Santa and make sure you’re on the nice list! Merry Christmas!

From our Goodyear Police Department family to yours, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas! To those working to protect our community on the holiday, our prayer is for your safety; thank you for serving our community.

Goodyear Police Department is sad to report that retired K9, Buka passed away yesterday. He was a great K9 and a true hero!

Don't be part of the "holiday line-up!" Goodyear Police encourage all to celebrate the holidays responsibly by designating a sober driver.

The Goodyear Police Department was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our long-time volunteer and dear friend, Weldon Bud Dube. Bud passed away early this morning, December 21, 2017. Bud has volunteered with the Goodyear Police Department since 2012 and has served the city of Goodyear as a police and fire volunteer giving 4193 hours of service. Bud was honored last April at the city Volunteer Appreciation Event with his Lifetime Service Award and honored again at the Police Department awards ceremony for his long-time service to the department and the citizens of Goodyear. Bud had a servant's heart and especially loved giving back to the community and educating children and the public on safety and crime prevention. He will be greatly missed! Please keep Bud’s wife, Lupita and his entire family in your thoughts and prayers.

On November 15, 2017, a victim’s purse was stolen in the city of Goodyear. It was reported that later that same day attempts to make large purchases were made with stolen credit cards from that purse. Goodyear Police Investigators have viewed video surveillance and found three individuals that they believe were involved in the crime. (Pictured) Goodyear Police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying these subjects. If anyone recognizes these individuals, please call the Goodyear Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division at 623-882-7674.

We were deeply saddened to hear of the line of duty death of El Mirage Police Officer Paul Lazinsky. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends and co-workers. You will not be forgotten Sir.

On Saturday, December 9, the Goodyear Police Department celebrated the holidays with 20 well deserving children during its 17th annual Shop with a Cop event. The event began at the Justice Center where everyone enjoyed breakfast compliments of CTCA and a visit with Santa where children received a Wal-Mart gift card to spend with their officer. After breakfast, the parade of police vehicles, lights and sirens proceeded to Wal-Mart where children enjoyed shopping with their cop. We are thankful to the sponsors of this event, CTCA, Chick-fil-A, Wal-Mart and the Pebble Creek Home Tour. Photos courtesy of Lori Ohrt, Geoff Kinnerk and Anna Brehm

Just a little K9 humor for your Tuesday. Have a great day!

Santa is sending out another friendly reminder... Don't Text and Drive!

Goodyear Police remind you to enjoy the holiday season safely, drive without distractions!

It is November 30th and today marks the last day of "Movember" or "No Shave November." Congratulations team GYPOA for raising over $2,800 for Men's Health and having 59 members participating!

It's Cyber Monday...Goodyear Police remind you, protect your arriving packages! If you are expecting a package to be delivered, remember, thieves are expecting your package too. Whether a criminal is targeting delivery trucks in your neighborhood, or simply looking for a crime of opportunity, the following tips from the Goodyear Police Department can help protect your deliveries and keep your holidays merry and bright! • Insure valuable packages when mailing • Choose the option to sign for deliveries • Track packages online • Ask neighbors to accept deliveries in your absence • Leave special instructions for delivery locations (i.e. side of house, neighbor, etc.) • Request your package be held for pick-up • Have packages delivered to your work or another location where someone can receive it. If you notice anything suspicious such as a vehicle following delivery trucks in your neighborhood, call 911 and report it! Goodyear Police Department wishes you and your family a bright and merry holiday season!

This weekend marks the official start of the holiday shopping season and Goodyear Police warn…Don’t let a GRINCH steal your Christmas! Protect yourself and your holiday purchases by following some simple safety reminders… • Remove valuables from your vehicle • Lock your vehicle • Park in a well-lit area • Protect your identity, avoid leaving personal information in vehicle • Avoid leaving purse or valuables unattended in a shopping cart • Avoid carrying large amounts of cash • Be aware of your surroundings and report any suspicious activity Goodyear Police wish you a happy shopping experience and encourage patience and awareness while searching for that perfect holiday gift.

From the Goodyear Police Department Family to yours, we wish you a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving! For those working during the holiday, stay safe and thank you for your service to the community!

Thank you Oasis Bagels for hosting yesterday's Coffee with a Cop Event. Goodyear Police enjoyed visiting with all the community members who came out.

Please join Goodyear Police TOMORROW morning between 8-9:30 am for Coffee with a Cop at Oasis Bagels. We look forward to visiting with you!

Community Partner Award - Goodyear Police Department School Resource Officer Program Centerra Mirage is proud to present the Goodyear Police Department School Resource Officer Program with the 2017 - 2018 Community Partner Award. The Goodyear Police Department SRO Program is a valuable resource for our school. They provide many valuable community services for our campus. They visit our campus with the “Lids on Kids” program which encourages students to wear helmets when riding a bike or scooter and awards student who do so with prizes. They are also involved in assemblies where they speak to students about helmet safety and rules of the road. The SRO’s train our staff on school safety procedures and participate in lock down drills. The SRO’s build positive relationships with both students and staff. They are readily available to assist with questions and keep our campus safe. They are a valuable resource to parents, staff, students, and administration. Centerra Mirage is very grateful for their service in our community and on our campus. Thank you for your partnership and congratulations. The Goodyear Police Department thanks the Avondale School District and Centerra Mirage for your partnership and support!