Mesa Police Department

  • Agency: Mesa Police Department
  • Address: 130 North Robson, Mesa, 85211 AZ
  • Chief: Frank Milstead (Chief of Police)
Phone: 480-644-2030
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Mesa Police Department is located at 130 North Robson, Mesa, 85211 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Frank Milstead. The Mesa Police Department phone number is 480-644-2030.

Mesa Police Department News

Here is a quick glimpse into what happens inside the Mesa Police Crime Lab. CSI in the real world.

Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods 2017 was a great success. Thank you to those who had parties in your neighborhoods. We had a great time visiting with you. If you have any photos of your G.A.I.N. party you'd like to share, please email them to police.info@mesaaz.gov. Stay Safe!

What does shoplifting, theft (value of items/s less than $250), Identity Theft, Hit & Run and Lost Property have in common? These are all non-emergency crimes where a report can be made online when it's convenient for you! http://www.mesaaz.gov/residents/police/report-a-non-emergency

This is John and Betty Draper. Betty is 90 years old and about 6 months ago she felt inspired to begin going to Goodwill stores and collecting baby dolls that she then refurbishes. She spends hours detangling the hair, washing, and making new clothes for these dolls. At the beginning of the summer she donated her first batch of 12 dolls to the Mesa Family Advocacy Center to be given to victims of child physical and sexual abuse. This first batch did not stay on our shelves long at all and last week she brought a new batch of dolls refurbished with love for the victims that come through our doors. Thank you John and Betty, your love is felt and shared.

PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER TRAINEE. This is a full-time position. Annual salary $38K to $54K. Applications will be taken through November 23, 2017. Full job description, special requirements and online application can be found at http://www.mesaaz.gov/about-us/jobs. A Public Safety Dispatcher Trainee learns to perform the full scope of duties of a Mesa Public Safety Dispatcher through a structured on-the-job training program tailored to each individual's experience, or lack of, in the areas of answering 911 calls, dispatching fire and emergency medical services, or dispatching police services. Incumbents are trained according to Mesa Police or Fire and Medical Department policies and operating procedures. Duties include: receiving calls from the public; evaluating the calls for proper action; and initiating Police or Fire and Medical response by obtaining information required for dispatching field units. An employee in this class learns to dispatch messages and calls by voice and computer to Police or Fire units and to maintain radio contact with mobile units. You may be assigned to a day, swing or graveyard shift on a regular, rotational basis that includes nights, weekends and holidays.

This outstanding young man decided he wanted to create blankets for us (Mesa Family Advocacy Center) as part of his Eagle Scout project. He and a group of 40 volunteers devoted 400 hours and created 75 blankets from old PD uniforms. He wants the victims we serve to know that the police care about them and this was his way to create something lasting and positive for the victims we assist at the MFAC! Thank you Jimmy! #eaglescoutproject

Thank you Troop 792 of the Boy Scouts of America. One of their troop members, as an Eagle Scout Project, chose to organize and implement a project painting and numbering the parking spaces at our Mesa Family Advocacy Center/Criminal Investigation Division. This project is greatly appreciated by all the staff members who work there.

It’s day two of No Shave November and Team Mesa PD 2017 already exceeded our fundraising goal of $3,000. We are currently above $4,000 to support cancer prevention, research, and education. Way to go Team Mesa PD. #NoShaveNovember

Here is the November/December crime prevention newsletter from the crime prevention officers and a message from Chief Batista. For holiday safety tips, including tips for businesses, please visit http://www.mesaaz.gov/residents/police/divisions/crime-prevention/literature/holiday-safety-tips.

After 26.5 years, Barb is retiring from Mesa PD. As you can see from the pictures, she has lots of friends at Mesa PD and throughout the community. We will miss you and wish you well in the future.

Each year Mesa PD joins over 40 safety organizations from all over the state at the Arizona State Fair for the Governor's Office of Highway Safety Public Safety Days (Oct 28-29), where they share tips for keeping you, your family and your home safe. The Governor's Office of Highway Safety also provides grant funding to law enforcement agencies, fire departments and non-profit organizations throughout Arizona.

Thanks to Ryan for sending us video from the Desert Wind Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Skills Competition this past weekend.

Happy November. Happy "No Shave November." Same great service with a full beard! Raising awareness for cancer. #noshavenovember Join the cause and help raise awareness and funds for cancer prevention and research.

For the month of November, the Mesa Police Department is allowing its members to participate in “No Shave November.” The goal of No Shave November is to raise funds and raise awareness for preventative measures against cancer. To participate, each member will make at least a $50 donation to https://no-shave.org/ . If you see an Officer looking a little scruffy, but neatly scruffy, you can bet that he is a participant. Think of it as the same great service, but with a full beard! #NoShaveNovember

Congratulations to this year's police department award winners at the Mesa Public Safety Awards & Recognition Banquet! Sworn Leader of the Year: Sgt. Jalyn Bellows (not pictured) Civilian Leader of the Year: Kelly Speckels Sgt. Brandon Mendoza Community Partnership Award: Lindy Marino Detective of the Year: Detective Lee Christopher Patrol Officer of the Year: Officer Chase Hudson Civilian Employee of the Year: Gerry Lao Citizens of the Year: Michael "Ade" Craig and Dana Koellen Don Cooper Award (Mesa Public Safety Foundation award): Jake Campbell, Heather Kennedy and Michael Mullen

"D6 Spooky Halloween" with Council Member Thompson was a success. We had 1,000+ people attend. Thank you Desert Ridge HS for hosting!

Last chance to let the City of Mesa know your ideas for Mesa's future!

Treats. Before your children start eating their stash of goodies, check for holes or loose wrappers. Pour powdered candy into a container and look for discoloration or lumps. Don't eat opened candy. Wash fruit, then cut into bite-sized pieces. Soft candy should also be cut into pieces. Homemade treats should not be eaten unless you are absolutely sure they came from a safe source. Unfortunately, things to happen so it's better to be safe than end up with a trip to the emergency room.

Here is a great interview with Matthew Purnell. Matthew participated in our Youth Leadership Academy in 2016. Nice job Matthew!

Tricks. Don't play pranks. Damaging other people's property is a crime. Don't end up like these two. (second photo didn't post; see comments.)

***CANCEL***Kaleb has been located. Thank you for your help.

Have you seen Kaleb? Contact the Mesa Police Department. 480-644-2211.

It doesn't matter what your choice of transportation is, don't text while driving! Eyes on the road helps to keep you safe.

Had a blast getting interviewed today by the little reporters from El Taller del FUA. Thank you La Onda 1190AM/107.5FM for inviting us to talk about Halloween. Nos encantó ser entrevistados por los pequeños reporteros de El Taller del Fua. Gracias a La Onda por invitarnos a hablar sobre Halloween. Nice seeing you there too Chandler Police Department