Marana Police Department

  • Agency: Marana Police Department
  • Address: 11555 W Civic Center Dr, Marana, 85653-7091 AZ
  • Chief: Richard Vidaurri (Chief of Police)
Phone: (520) 382-2000
Fax: (520) 382-2001

Marana Police Department is located at 11555 W Civic Center Dr, Marana, 85653-7091 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Vidaurri. The Marana Police Department phone number is (520) 382-2000.

Marana Police Department News

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Do you recognize these folks? Marana PD detectives would like to speak with these three suspects in reference to an active theft investigation. Flat screen TV's and bicycles were stolen from our WalMart during the early morning hours on June 11th, and loaded in this UHaul. Anyone with information about their identity is urged to call Marana PD at 520-382-2000 or 88-Crime. Thanks!

Chief Rozema was presented with a small token of appreciation from the General Manager of the Tucson Premium Outlets, Rich McKeown. The Director of Security for Allied Universal, Mark Herrington, was on hand as well for the presentation. We appreciate the strong partnerships our patrol officers have with our local businesses.

CALLING ALL FUTURE MPD VOLUNTEERS Hello Everyone! We are looking for some energetic, community giving, hardworking, fun individuals to become Marana Police Volunteers in patrol. The Marana Police Volunteers will be having an open house at the Wheeler Taft Library located at 7800 N. Schisler Drive next to Crossroads Park on Tuesday June 12th from 10am to 11am. We will be there to talk to anyone who is interested in joining the program. We will have volunteers from our Administrative side as well as our Patrol side there for questions. Come on out and see what the program is all about!

Ofc. Giessuebel was super confident she could sprint faster than Sgt. Scott. It was only appropriate to accept the challenge on Twin Peaks and make everyone wonder what they were chasing.... ...the only thing injured in the making of this video was Ofc. Giessuebel’s feelings. 👮🏿‍♂️🙃👮🏻‍♀️ #MaranaPD #SuperConfident #ThatArmPumpTho

It’s graduation day at Marana High School! Though there will be no road closures, please plan for heavy graduation traffic in the Twin Peaks/Sandario/Emigh corridor. We will have officers in the intersections of Sandario/Twin Peaks and Sandario/Emigh to assist with the movement of traffic. Please keep your eyes on the road and watch out for your officers. We’ll see all of you at the stadium cheering for your graduates! 🙌🏿👮🏿‍♂️👍🏿 Marana Unified School District KGUN 9 On Your Side Tucson News Now News 4 Tucson - KVOA

A special thank you to The Springs Church for providing dinner for all of our officers at Angela's mexican food yesterday! What a kind gesture, and we appreciate the support. 👮🏿‍♂️🤗🙌🏿 #MaranaPD #OurTown #CommunityPartners #AllTheChimichangas

Strong work Ofc. Espinoza 🤙🏿 Thank you KGUN 9 On Your Side for covering this amazing story 🙌🏿

A special thank you to Dickeys Barbecue Pit Marana, AZ, Dunkin' Coffee, Chick-fil-A Ina at Thornydale, and eegee's for providing meals for our officers on Thank A Cop Day! Thank you to Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Foundation-SALEF for coordinating this! 🙌🏿 🥩🍩🍗🍧

Please join us in wishing the Arizona Special Olympics Softball Team good luck at the upcoming Special Olympics in Seattle! MPD had the pleasure of playing against them in an exhibition game this past weekend. Let’s just say if they have the same success they did against us, they will win the gold medal! 🏅🏆

We would like to recognize and thank the Marana High School Choir and their teacher,Sarah Ross, for singing the National Anthem at our annual award ceremony. 🇺🇸🇺🇸

The Marana Police Department is attempting to locate the owners of various items that have been recovered in theft cases. Multiple unsuccessful attempts have been made to contact the owners of the recovered items. Photographs of the recovered items have been uploaded for public review. If you are the owner of any of these items: • Contact the Marana PD Criminal Investigations Unit (520-382-2000) if you see anything belonging to you. • Have the photo image number available when you contact detectives. • You are expected to have something showing proof of ownership. • This website will be available until June 4, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

Marana PD joined our regional public safety partners in the Arizona Law Enforcement Torch Run this morning. The mission of the Arizona Law Enforcement Torch Run is to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics Arizona statewide. We assisted in carrying the Torch representing the Flame of Hope and dedicate ourselves to helping Special Olympics Arizona throughout the state. Law Enforcement Torch Run is the largest fundraising vehicle for Special Olympics across the globe. In Arizona, law enforcement around the state raise over one million dollars per year that goes directly back to creating increased opportunities for Special Olympics Arizona athletes. Marana PD personnel carried the torch for over 10 miles from the area of Tangerine Rd/I-10 to the Pinal County line. We passed the torch to our partners at the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The torch will be relayed via various public safety agencies until it reaches Phoenix for the Special Olympics Summer Games opening ceremonies. Marana PD would like to thank Northwest Fire District and the Marana Police Volunteers for their tremendous assistance with this event. #MaranaPD #LETR 🏃🏿‍♂️ Special Olympics Arizona

Several Marana PD officers conquered the Terrain Racing event this past weekend. It’s good to see our folks staying active! (Left to Right) Ofc. Tapia’s better half, Ofc. Tapia, Ofc. Schmidt, Ofc. Caughlin, LPO Pathammavong, Sgt. Figueroa #MaranaPD #Fit4Duty #TeamOnlyOneDonut

It’s a beautiful day at the range! 🎯 Ofc. Mosher, Ofc. Gamez, and Sgt. Scott are instructing our Citizens Academy on Firearms Orientation Day. 👍🏻👍🏽👍🏿

Our hearts ache for our brothers and sisters in Nogales, AZ. Ofc. Jesus Cordova made the ultimate sacrifice protecting his community. The entire community will be in our thoughts and prayers. 🙏🏿

Last week, the Marana Seniors Program hosted a Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon to honor the services provided by the men and women of the Marana PD. Senior members assisted with the party decor, set up, food prep, serving, and clean up at the event! Texas Roadhouse - Marana was gracious enough to donate the meals and desserts! Thank you for the support. We truly have the best community in Arizona! 🙌🏿

You all may remember that back in January, Marana PD called out several Metro Tucson public safety agencies for a fitness challenge. One of the primary goals of the challenge was to shed unneeded body fat and gain lean muscle mass. Participants were required to get their body composition tested via a BodPod. The response was overwhelming! 182 participants signed up to compete for a shot at the championship belt. For the past three months, our public servants have been refining their food intake, getting more physically active, and encouraging one another to excel along the way. Several local gyms stepped up in a huge way with nutrition clinics, group workouts, etc. for the participants. The results were outstanding! Of those that completed the challenge, over 700 pounds of body fat was shed, and over 65 pounds of lean muscle mass was gained! Tucson PD pulled ahead and won the Inaugural Pride 4 The Patch Championship Belt. Marana PD came in a close second and Pima County Sheriff’s Department was right behind them in third place. We’ve also listed the individual winners by agency below! Strong work folks! • Tucson PD Sgt. Jesse Chlopowicz • Marana PD Captain Roberto Jimenez • Pima County SD Deputy Paul Leonardi • Oro Valley PD Lt. John Teachout • UAPD Asst. Chief Robert Sommerfeld • AZ DPS Trooper Khaleel Shields • Golder Ranch FD Firefighter Eric Melen • Northwest FD Firefighter/Medic Starr Pena • Pima Regional SWAT Ofc. Feliciano Rodriguez (PYPD) • Pima CC PD Ofc. Ricardo Gutierrez • Tucson FD Medic Nick Perez • Sahuarita PD Ofc. Sean Santos • US Probation Ofc. Penny O’Neill Next year we are looking to go statewide! Maricopa County public safety agencies….Pima County is coming for you! Tucson Police Department Marana Police Department Pima County Sheriff's Department Oro Valley Police Department Arizona Department of Public SafetyGolder Ranch Fire DistrictNorthwest Fire District Pima Community CollegeTucson Fire DepartmentSahuarita Police DepartmentPascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona Tucson News Now KGUN 9 On Your SideNews 4 Tucson - KVOA Arizona Daily Star

The Marana Police Department is looking for Arizona State laterals (AZ POST certified) that have passed the Field Training Officer (FTO) Program and served as a certified peace officer to join the organization. If you are interested in working for an agency that strives to be the most well respected and highly regarded police department in Arizona, then you should apply to become a Police Officer with the Town of Marana. The Marana Police team is proud and honored to serve the community and maintain an unwavering dedication to ensure the safety and security of every person who lives or visits our Town. 👮🏿‍♂️🙌🏿

Ofc. Schmidt and LPO Neuman tested their reading skills yesterday at the Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary Campfire Reading Event. We checked, there were no s’mores...but they had snow cones and burgers! 🙌🏿❄️📚🍔

Hello Everyone, I will be hosting a Coffee with a Cop event at the Starbucks located at 8198 N. Cortaro Road on Saturday, April 21st from 8:30 am to 10am. Please come on down and get your day started with us! This will be another great opportunity for us to get to know each other. See you all there!

The ladies and gents in our Communications Center are the real MVP! 🙌🏿 Thank you for your hard work and your dedication to the community! Now stop bringing them food this week, we have a fitness challenge we are trying to win here. 🤣 Shout out to JD Fitzgerald for the video 👌🏿

The Marana Police Department is investigating a residential burglary that occurred in the 9000 block of N. Veridian Dr. On April 3, 2018, at approximately 4:20 p.m., the Marana Police Department (Marana PD) received a 911 call reference an in-progress residential burglary. A citizen called 911 and reported he arrived home and witnessed four suspects, associated with a vehicle, who were at the citizen’s residence and stealing items. A Marana PD officer arrived at the residence within minutes of the call being received. Additional Marana PD officers responding to the area located three of the suspects running from the residence in various directions. All three suspects were quickly apprehended and arrested by responding officers on felony burglary and theft-related charges. The suspect vehicle was located unoccupied in a nearby business complex. Marana PD detectives responded to the scene and furthered the investigation. It was determined that the suspects Marana PD arrested are associated with felonious criminal activity throughout the state. They are not suspected of being involved in any other incidents within the Town of Marana. The suspect’s identities are being withheld at this time due to several additional criminal investigations by various law enforcement agencies. Anyone with information related to this incident is urged to call Marana PD at 520-382-2000 or 88-Crime.