Surprise Police Department

  • Agency: Surprise Police Department
  • Address: 14250 W. Statler Plaza, Suite #103, Surprise, 85374-7481 AZ
  • Chief: Michael T Frazer (Chief of Police)
Phone: 623.222.4000
Fax: 623.222.4001

Surprise Police Department is located at 14250 W. Statler Plaza, Suite #103, Surprise, 85374-7481 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael T Frazer. The Surprise Police Department phone number is 623.222.4000.

Surprise Police Department News

Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Kayla Lampman, a 17 year old runaway. Kayla Lampman is described as a white female approximately 5'2" tall, weighting 100 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone with any information regarding the location of Kayla Lampman is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police, reference incident number #171004050.

Taking a stand against domestic violence is a responsibility we all share.

On 10/26/2017 from 3-6pm Officers will be pumping gas at Fry's locations (Bell/Reems & Greenway/Cotton) to raise funds for Special Olympics!

The Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance identifying a person of interest in a criminal damage case. On 10/13/2017 around 2:30pm a resident parked their vehicle at the WinCo store located near the SR303 and Bell Road. While parking, the resident and the person of interest (depicted below) had a verbal disagreement. After shopping, the resident discovered that her vehicle had a slashed tire and numerous scratches to the paint. The person of interest was seen on video surveillance near the resident’s vehicle after she went into the store. The person of interest is believed to be driving a grey in color Nissan Maxima. Anyone with any information leading to the location or identity of the person of interest is asked to contact Detective Leszcynski at 623.222.4169, or call 623.222.TIPS (8477). Tips can also be emailed to crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police refer to Incident # 171002965.

Your Surprise Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the man depicted in this video. It is believed that on 10/16/2017 he broke out the window of the Red Star Vapor shop and stole approximately $3,500 worth of product. Anyone with any information leading to the location or identity of the suspect is asked to contact Detective Coats at 623.222.4316, or call 623.222.TIPS (8477). Tips can also be emailed to crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police refer to Incident # 171003458.

Communications Officer Katrina Martinez from YOUR Surprise Police Department shares some tips about using 911 from your cell phone......

***Post Edited for Additional Information on 10/19/17 @ 11:13am On 10/18/2017 at approximately 2330 hours the Surprise Police Department received a phone call regarding a deceased subject at a residence in the area of 181st Drive and Enoch Drive. The reporting party indicated they found another resident of the property in the yard. The subject, later confirmed to be deceased, had apparent signs of trauma. Investigators are working to determine what happened. UPDATE #1: The Surprise Police Department’s death investigation in the area of 181st Drive and Enoch Drive remains active and ongoing. Investigators have identified the decedent as Daniel Centeno-Lara, a 41 year old resident of Surprise. At this time the Surprise Police Department is investigating the incident as a potential homicide. The official cause and manner of death are pending the Medical Examiner’s autopsy and report. The Surprise Police Department’s Criminal Investigations team is working to uncover additional details surrounding the death.

Food, fun, and a dash of rivalry; what does this make? The 2017 Surprise Police vs Fire-Medical Charity Softball game! Join us this Veterans Day, 11/11/2017, as members of the public safety team trade in the badges and hoses for balls and bats to raise money for charity. This epic showdown between Surprise Police and Fire-Medical will be held at Surprise Stadium (15930 N. Bullard Avenue). The gates will open after the completion of the Veterans Day Parade (approximately 10:30am) and the game will start at 11:30am. Admission is free. What’s the best part about this event? It doesn’t just support one great cause, it supports three! That’s right, all proceeds from donations and raffles at this event will be donated to the Special Olympics of Arizona, the 100 Club, and the Marine Corps League! Don’t forget to wear red or blue to support your favorite team!

In this week's Traffic Tip Tuesday, Officer Shernicoff discusses, "quick clearance" or moving vehicles off the roadway after a minor collision.

Violence in any relationship is not acceptable; take a stand against domestic violence.

On October 21st come out to Red Robin at 14015 W. Bell Road, enjoy some yummy food, tip a cop, and support the Special Olympics! Officers from YOUR Surprise Police Department, alongside athlethes from the Special Olympics of Arizona, will be working as servers! 100% of all tips given to officers and athletes will benefit the Special Olympics of Arizona.

We can stand together against domestic violence!

YOUR Surprise Police Department is extremely proud of our Explorers. Take a look at some of the photos from this past weekend's regional competition where they took first place for the second year in a row!

Just over two weeks until GAIN Night 2017! Mark your calendars, we will see you there!

As a part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month YOUR Surprise Police Department has partnered with Women Leading Government and Eve's Place to hold a clothing drive. We are accepting new or moderately used men, women, and children's clothing items. All donations will go to support domestic violence survivors and Eve's Place shelters. Donations will be accepted through October 27th; purple colored donation boxes have been placed around the City Hall campus to include our PD Lobby.

For any of our residents impacted by the tragedy of the Las Vegas shooting, the National Organization for Victim Assistance is offering free educational webinars. To learn more, visit: http://www.trynova.org/note-las-vegas-survivors/

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Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance identifying a person of interest. In August of 2017 a resident reported forgetting their bank card in a local ATM after completing a transaction. They returned a few moments later and found the card had been taken. The card was subsequently used by the individual depicted in the photographs below. Anyone with any information leading to the location or identity of this person is asked to contact Detective Daniels at 623.222.4341, or call 623.222.TIPS (8477). Tips can also be emailed to crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police refer to Incident # 170806178.

This past weekend, October 7th and 8th, Surprise Police Explorer Post 2236 competed in the Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Explorer Competition (S.A.L.E.E.C.). Designed to be physically and mentally demanding, various law enforcement agencies from Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Texas participated in this competition. Events are designed to test the strengths and limitations of a person's intelligence, personality, demeanor, professionalism, and physical abilities, as well as their dedication and conviction to the Explorer Program. Explorers are given the opportunity to test their skills in real life situations including: Traffic Stops, Building Searches, Use of Force, Crime Scene Investigation, Crisis Negotiations and Active Shooter, just to name a few. The entire Explorer Post did an amazing job during the competition and were the overall winners for the second year in a row. The Explorer Post took 1st Place in 7 of the 16 events that they competed in and brought the S.A.L.E.E.C. cup back to Surprise. We are extremely proud of these young men and women, they represented our Department and Community very well.

Did you know that today is National Fluffernutter Day? I think I might have to try something new. Have a great day Surprise!

Together we can stand against domestic violence!

*** The Surprise Police Department is happy to announce that Ms. Mellott was located on 10/17.*** Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Brooke Mellott, a 16 year old runaway. Brooke Mellott is described as a white female approximately 5'6" tall, 115 lbs with blonde hair and blue eyes. . Anyone with any information regarding the location of Brooke Mellott is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number #171000864.

Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Destiny Tollison, a 17 year old runaway. Destiny Tollison is described as a white female approximately 5'3" tall and 140 lbs with brown hair and hazel eyes. Last seen wearing a white sweatshirt and grey sweatpants. Anyone with any information regarding the location of Destiny Tollison is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number #171000850

Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Cheyenne Marsh, a 17 year old runaway. Cheyenne Marsh is described as a white female approximately 5'2" tall and 140 lbs with black hair and green eyes. She was last seen wearing a dark grey hooded sweatshirt and light grey pants. Anyone with any information regarding the location of Cheyenne Marsh is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number #171000850.

Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Ahmed Gutierrez, a 17 year old runaway and his brother Obed Gutierrez, also a 17 year old male. Ahmed Gutierrez and Obed are both described as Hispanic males, approximately 5'07" tall and 130 lbs with brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone with any information regarding the location of Ahmed and/or Obed Gutierrez is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number #1710001021.