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

Check out these letters that students at Rincon Vista Middle School sent our officers! We really appreciate them. Nico...I want to see you when the bell rings! πŸ˜‚πŸ‘πŸΏ #popo

Grinz Orthodontics came in super clutch today with the β€œlow carb/low sugar/low fat” donuts from Donut Wheel-Ina Rd πŸ˜‚ We appreciate the kind gesture and we literally ate them all...because donuts eaten at the station obviously don’t count...or something like that! πŸ€™πŸΏπŸ˜‚ 🍩

Did you know... ...Marana PD officers will never call you requesting that you contact a law firm to pay unresolved legal costs. πŸ™…πŸΏβ€β™‚οΈ ...Marana PD officers will never call you requesting that you resolve an arrest warrant by paying the officer...ever! πŸ™…πŸΏβ€β™‚οΈ ...anyone that requests payment for services via prepaid cards is probably up to no good. πŸ™…πŸΏβ€β™‚οΈ In all seriousness though, we want to help you avoid being a victim of fraud. If you receive one of these calls, hang up and let us know about the incident via 911. πŸ€™πŸΏ

9/11 Tower Challenge βœ… ...Never Forget... πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

We’ll never forget... πŸ™πŸΏπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Thank you for sharing Ofc. Rowan’s story KGUN 9 On Your Side! Never forget! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Marana PD officers and Northwest Fire District firefighters joined together with students at Coyote Trail Elementary School this morning in remembrance of those lost during the 9/11 terror attacks. We’ll never forget! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Our own Ofc. Caylee Baker is pictured front and center just prior to her deployment to Afghanistan. Please keep all of our troops in your thoughts and prayers! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Strong work! πŸ‘πŸΏ

The Marana Police Department is investigating an incident involving an armed male that occurred at the Starbucks located at 5970 W. Arizona Pavilions Dr. earlier this morning. On August 25, 2018, at approximately 8:45 a.m., the Marana Police Department (Marana PD) received reports of a male patron inside of Starbucks armed with a handgun. The seated patron was reported as holding an unholstered handgun in his hand on his lap with his finger on the trigger. Marana PD officers responded to the scene and detained the patron without incident. No injuries were reported during this incident. The male patron, James Vincent Delaney 51yo, has been arrested and booked into the Pima County Adult Detention Facility on felony Disorderly Conduct and Weapons Misconduct related charges. No booking photo is available at this time. Anyone with information related to this incident is urged to call Marana PD at 520-382-2000 or 88-Crime Tucson News Now KGUN 9 On Your Side News 4 Tucson - KVOA Arizona Daily Star

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Congrats Ofc. Barton and Zack! πŸ€™πŸΏπŸ‘πŸΏ

Just like that...this is how quickly someone can enter our unlocked vehicles. Notice how this criminal bypasses the locked vehicle and goes for the easy target? Just a gentle reminder to Lock It or Lose It. πŸ€™πŸΏ This video was uploaded from a resident who lives outside Marana PD jurisdiction to the Axon Citizen portal for informational and comparison purposes. These criminals typically will target multiple neighborhoods in Metro Tucson within a short period of time. We continue to urge residents in Gladden Farms to review their security systems for footage of the early morning hours of August 5th and 12th. Any video that you'd like for Marana PD detectives to review can be uploaded here: #LockItOrLoseIt #MaranaPD

Just a gentle reminder to remove valuables from our vehicles and to lock our doors. Remember to call 911 if you see anything suspicious in our neighborhoods. Help us help you πŸ€™πŸΏ #LockItOrLoseIt #MaranaPD

Don’t be a statistic. Remember to lock your doors at all times. Close the garage door. Don’t leave anything of value in the car, or place your valuables out of view such as in a trunk. Always be aware of your surroundings. Lock it or lose it. A special thanks to LGI Homes for allowing us to use one of their models. πŸ€™πŸΏ

The Marana Police Department is investigating a series of larcenies from vehicles that have occurred in our Gladden Farms community. The morning of August 5, 2018, the Marana Police Department (Marana PD) received numerous calls from residents advising that their vehicles had been rummaged through by unknown suspects. Nearly all of the involved vehicles had been left unsecured overnight. Items that were stolen include a GoPro video recorder, wallets, purses, cash, garage door openers, etc. On August 9, 2018, at approximately 3:30 a.m., the Marana PD located and arrested two male suspects, Shane Mack 22yo and Ricardo Beltran 20yo, in the Gladden Farms area while committing vehicle larcenies. Mack and Beltran were booked into the Pima County Adult Detention Center on felony burglary related charges. The morning of August 12, 2018, the Marana PD again received numerous calls from residents advising that their vehicles had been rummaged through by unknown suspects. Nearly all of the involved vehicles had been left unsecured overnight. Residents are urged to remain vigilant and to secure their vehicles at all times. Additionally, please remove all items of value from your vehicle when parking. Please visit for more information on the Lock It or Lose It campaign. Marana PD recognizes that many residents are equipping their residences with web-enabled surveillance systems such as Ring, Nest, etc. In an effort to centralize the submission of any video files or photographs that members of the public may have that are related to these incidents, an Axon Citizen web portal has been opened for online evidence submission. Please follow the link below to submit files you would like for detectives to review. Anyone with questions about how the Axon Citizen feature works is encouraged to follow the link below. Anyone with further information related to these incidents is urged to call Marana PD at 520-382-2000 or 88-Crime. Tucson News Now News 4 Tucson - KVOA KGUN 9 On Your Side Arizona Daily Star Axon US

BELFOR Property Restoration stopped in today with pizzas and words of support for the Marana Police Department. We appreciate our local business community! #BELFORsalutestheblue #MaranaPD #AllTheCarbs

Hello Everyone, I just want to provide a friendly reminder of the Dispose-A-Med event that will be taking place Saturday, August 11th , 2018 at the Target located at 3901 W. Ina road, from 10:00-12:00pm. The Marana Police Department, in partnership with the Marana-Foothills Optimist Club, Marana Prevention Alliance, Vistoso Funeral Home, and Pima County Wastewater, encourage citizens, businesses and schools to join us in sharing information about drug awareness and preventive measures. The Police Department provides this opportunity for the proper disposal of unused and/or expired prescription drugs. Prescription and over-the-counter tablets and capsules will be collected. For safety and confidentiality reasons, any items turned over for collection cannot be returned. We cannot accept drugs from commercial organizations. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. THE MARANA POLICE DEPARTMENT WOULD LIKE TO LET EVERYONE KNOW OF A CHANGE WHEN IT COMES TO THIS EVENT. SYRINGES, CREAMS OR LOTIONS WILL NO LONGER BE COLLECTED. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

Our partners in the Arizona Department of Public Safety are in our thoughts and prayers as they mourn the tragic loss of one of their troopers. The Marana community supports you! πŸ™πŸΏ

The Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Foundation-SALEF and Marana Police Department officers are pleased to present the Back to School Fair to help send our kids back to school with safety in mind! Save the date....July 28th (this Saturday) from 9am to 11am at the Marana Middle School Gym. (11285 W. Grier Rd) Parents and kids can chat with the officers about the police vehicles, equipment, and items they use to keep everyone in the community safe. Visit with officers from a variety of units such as K9, motorcycle squad, SRO's, and more! Kids can collect much needed school supplies for FREE! There will also be health check related services and information available too. We hope to see you there!

We had some new and much younger faces around the Marana Municipal Complex last week. The Marana Police Department conducted their first Marana Youth Citizens Police Academy, and by all accounts it was a huge success. These young people had a thirst for knowledge when it came to learning more about law enforcement and the workings of the Marana PD. They were provided a number of hands on experiences. Check out the pics! A special thank you to our police volunteers for their assistance. Additionally, we received generous donations from Jersey Mike's Subs, Chick-fil-A Ina at Thornydale, Jimmy John's, Walmart Marana, and Barro's Pizza, to feed our youth for the week. Thank you!

Congrats to our four sworn police personnel that attended CrossFit’s Level 1 Certificate Course this weekend. (L-R Sgt. Jeff Pridgett, Sgt. Chriswell Scott, Det. Neil Jordan, Ofc. Renee Huerta) #Fit4DutyFit4Life

Beginning July 12, over 150 people will gather in Marana to participate in Marana Police Department's "Night Moves", a three-day training event for Police Explorers that takes public safety education beyond a typical classroom setting. Aimed towards kids ages 16-20 interested in a career in law enforcement, the Police Explorers program is offered by many police agencies throughout the nation to teach kids all the ins and outs of public safety. Marana's "Night Moves", however, takes the learning experience to a practical level where the Explorers will be challenged with role-playing scenarios. "'This event allows Police Explorers to go out and put into practice scenario-based situations they've been learning about in the classroom, including domestic violence, drunken disorderly conduct, robberies, runaways, and more," said Marana Police Chief Terry Rozema. The scenario challenges will last three days and involve many volunteers and locations. Officers on scene will evaluate the Police Explorer's performance, and even offer some guidance. "People have opened up their homes and businesses to support these scenarios," said Chief Rozema. "Volunteers are playing the roles of victims." Police Explorers from throughout Arizona will be participating in the event including Marana Police, Avondale Police, US Border Patrol, Tucson Police, South Tucson Police, Chandler Police, Glendale Police, and El Mirage Police. "This is a collaborative effort," said Marana Police Officer Jimmy Rizzi, coordinator for "Night Moves". "This gives the kids an opportunity to work not just together within their own agency, but with kids from other agencies. Just like in the real world, we work with other agencies all the time." "You get to think on your feet," Police Explorer RJ York, age 18, spoke of his experience from previous years. "I remember an officer down scenario where we had the area surrounded and the suspect wasn't complying. We had to go through it and figure it out." This will be York's fourth year participating in "Night Moves". He recently graduated from Marana High School and enlisted in the United State Air Force. In addition to learning about law enforcement, he attributes the Police Explorers program for helping him develop the confidence to talk to people. "It's important to learn as much as you can at these events so you can experience what an actual police officer will experience," said Police Explorer Zayda Olivas, age 15. "Ask a lot of questions, it really helps." Olivas is a Marana High School sophomore. She learned about the Police Explorers program through her School Resource Officer. This will be her second "Night Moves." "I look forward to doing this again," Olivas said. "Kids really enjoy the experience. We can also learn different techniques from other agencies." Police Explorers will complete 21 different scenarios this year. The dates for Night Moves are July 12-14, 2018 from 4pm to 10pm. Tucson News Now KGUN 9 On Your Side News 4 Tucson - KVOA Avondale AZ Police Department Tucson Police Department South Tucson Police Explorer Post #317 Chandler Police Department Chandler Police Cadets Glendale Police Department - Arizona El Mirage Police Department Marana Police Explorer Post 77

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!