Maricopa County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 550 West Jackson Street, Phoenix, 85003 AZ
  • Chief:
Phone: (602) 876-1801
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Maricopa County Sheriff's Office is located at 550 West Jackson Street, Phoenix, 85003 AZ. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office phone number is (602) 876-1801.

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office News

Lake Patrol not only assists our Maricopa County Regional Parks on the water but also the land. This Saturday, please come out and give them a hand at The National Public Lands Day Lake Pleasant Clean up! The summer is over and they are left with a lot of trash in the park due to littering. Larger trash can get into the water and cause safety hazards for boaters. Free vehicle park entry for those who sign up and help for four hours. The clean up is from 7am to 11am. After 11am you are free to enjoy the park. Come to the main contact station of Lake Pleasant Regional Park for directions to the check-in table. Please sign up at https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?ap=1013897301.

Yesterday, we recognized four inmates who completed the Summer Reading Program. This program ran from June 1 - August 1 with a total of 670 participants! Each inmate had to read 15 books in order to complete a form, most completed several. One inmate turned in 21 forms, reading a total of 315 books! The other participants turned in 14, six, and three forms. 📚 Thank you to everyone who supported, facilitated and carried out this program and encouraged the spirit of reading. #oneMCSO #FeelGoodFriday

We continue to celebrate the men and women who represent our diverse organization. In honor of #HispanicHeritageMonth meet Sergeant Vazquez.

Thank you to all the #ITPros out there for keeping us secure, connected, and industrious from behind the scenes. We appreciate your support. Happy national #ITProDay

Openly displaying cash, expensive jewelry, cameras, and other valuables can attract unwanted attention. Be aware of your surroundings and cautious of what you leave laying around. #TipTuesday

In honor of #HispanicHeritageMonth, MCSO celebrates those in our team who make our office a more diverse and strong place. During this month, you’will meet some of these members through our social media pages. First up is Sergeant Manuel Sanchez

This week, a fully-dressed deputy was spotted making a personal tribute to the many first responders and civilians who sacrificed a life on 09-11-01. Deputy Ryan Imming stepped thousands of steps and ultimately climbed what amounted to 343 floors, one floor for every firefighter who sacrificed a life on 09-11-01 at the World Trade Center. #NeverForget #Tribute

Last week, three young ladies enjoying a baseball game asked our deputies to sign their baseballs. One of the girls thanked them by saying that the baseball “is worth wayyy more now!” Thank you to these young baseball fans for making us #FeelGoodFriday!

Working with our partners at the City of Phoenix Police Department led to two suspects arrested and ten pounds of Heroin worth $125,000 taken off Arizona Streets. Full story: https://bit.ly/2xgLMl8

Thank you to Cronkite News for sharing a little more about our detention officers. If you are interested in becoming an MCSO detention officer, apply here: www.mcso.org/employment/detentionofficer

MCSO Budget News Conference

Yesterday, our Aviation Division paid a visit to Desert Canyon Elementary school for their 9/11 school function. Students had the chance to sit in the MCSO helicopter and interact with the pilots.

We know soccer games can be very exciting. If you're watching the #soccer match between the U.S. and Mexico tonight, make sure you watch out for toppling televisions. Low TV stands are safer than higher ones. Every year, over 17,000 children are treated in U.S. emergency departments for injuries from televisions falling over. Researchers say that children under the age of five are at the greatest risk. #TipTuesday

Meet Detention Officer Valeria Cazares. She recently graduated from the MCSO Academy and her goal is to become a Deputy. For her, serving her community is her priority. Thank you to Contacto Total Radio for sharing Officer Cazares' Story. Apply today to become an MCSO Detention Officer www.mcso.org/employment/detentionofficer

We remember and honor the many who lost their lives 17 years ago, on this day. #NeverForget #NeverForget911

Over the weekend, our Community Outreach team participated in the 14th Annual Teddy Bear Day in Glendale, AZ. Attendees at the event had the opportunity to purchase a $10 bear that they then could donate to Bears & more, Gracie's Marketplace, Pink House Boutique, and the Astrology Store. 100% of the proceeds benefited local trauma teddy programs for MCSO, Glendale Fire Department, Glendale Police Department, and local emergency rooms. To catch us at our next event, check our calendar at www.mcso.org/events or sign up to receive email or text alerts at bit.ly/mcsonews when we post new events.

The Arizona Sheriff’s Association (ASA) is conducting a shoe drive fundraiser in an effort to raise funds that will bring training to our deputies and detention officers. The Arizona Sheriff’s Association will earn funds based on the total weight of the pairs of gently worn, used and new shoes collected, as Funds2Orgs will issue a check for the collected shoes. Those dollars will allow the ASA to bring training programs to the men and women who protect and serve Arizona. Anyone can help by donating gently worn, used and new shoes at your local Sheriff’s Office Substation.

According to the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, 63 people die by suicide with a gun every day. If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, please call the #NationalSuicidePrevention line at 1-800-273-8255. You don't have to suffer in silence. #WorldSuicidePreventionDay

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating 49-year-old Daniel Bilitzo who is missing. If you have any information please contact the Sheriff’s Office. Thank you.

MCSO Emergency Dispatchers help save lives through efficient call handling and quality customer service. Often times, they are our first contact and a comforting voice through the storm. If you’re looking for a career where you can help and serve others, apply today as an MCSO Emergency Dispatcher. http://bit.ly/mcsoDispatcher

Sheriff Penzone spoke with John Hook Fox 10 along with DPS Director Col. Milstead for #NewsmakerSaturday. Tune in Saturday night 10:30pm for the full interview.

In June, the Arizona Cardinals 2018 Rookie class paid us a visit. This weekend, we're looking forward to the first game of the season. 🏈 #FeelGoodFriday

MCSO welcomes 18 new Deputy Sheriff's. Congratulations class 142 for successfully completing the Academy. Welcome to the #oneMCSO family! Class 142 also includes a Deputy graduate from the Gila County Sheriff's Office.

After realizing that a few children from the neighborhood were going to school with plastic bags as their backpacks, community members came together to organize a Stop the Violence and Backpack Drive event. They were able to give over 100 backpacks with school supplies to the children. Our Community Outreach team participated in the Stop the Violence Rally and Backpack Drive event, by engaging with our diverse community and providing information from our office. To catch us at our next event, check our calendar at www.mcso.org/events or sign up to receive email or text alerts at bit.ly/mcsonews when we post new events.

We celebrate 6 of our Detention Officers who were promoted to Sergeant and one Sergeant that was promoted to Lieutenant. Congratulations and thank you for your dedicated service and commitment to your role as leaders. #oneMCSO