Oro Valley Police Department

  • Agency: Oro Valley Police Department
  • Address: 11000 N La Canada Drive, Oro Valley, 85737 AZ
  • Chief: Daniel G Sharp (Chief of Police)
Phone: (520) 229-4900
Fax: (520) 229-4979

Oro Valley Police Department is located at 11000 N La Canada Drive, Oro Valley, 85737 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Daniel G Sharp. The Oro Valley Police Department phone number is (520) 229-4900.

Oro Valley Police Department News

Paint Pima Purple today and don't forget our pillow drive for victims of domestic violence (yes, we did have a short pillow fight, but no one got hurt).

Do you know this pooch? He was having fun at James Kreigh Park without his owner. He is chipped, but the data is outdated. Give us a call at 520-229-4900 if you know his owner.#OroValleyPD #OVPD

Take a look at this bike burglar. He asked to "test drive" a $2600 bike from the Trek Store and never came back! He is about 5'10 and 40y/o. If you know him, please call OVPD at (520) 229-4900 or 88-CRIME.

Thanks KVOA for recognizing our guys!

Good Morning! Hope you slept well. Speaking of sleeping, we have collected about 100 pillows for victims of domestic violence. That is about a months supply of safe sleeping for victims in shelters. Won't you consider donating a pillow? Drop off is OVPD or any GRFD station. #OVPD #OroVallyPD

Godspeed GRFD. Come home safe.

We got to hang out with this cool kid today. Daniel won a VIP tour of OVPD from his school fundraiser. He aspires to be a police officer one day and got to try out a motor, saw a K-9 take a bite and met a SWAT officer. He even got caught on LIDAR (like a radar but with a laser) running 11 mph! #OroValleyPD#OVPD

One in four women and one in seven men have been a victim of domestic violence. Please consider supporting this event hosted by Emerge!

Take a look at these shoplifters from Kohls. On 9/30 at about 2:00 p.m., this couple stole items and left in a dark red, Buick Rainer. The female is White, late 30's with dirty blond hair. It looks like she has a tattoo on her left calf. The male is Black, mid 30's, bald head and thin build. Anyone with info please call (520) 229-4900 or 88-CRIME.

If you're looking for an affordable and tangible way to help someone, consider buying a pillow for victims of domestic violence. It doesn't need to be fancy, just soft.

Our hearts are heavy today and our thoughts and prayers are with Texas Tech Police Department and the family of the officer killed in the line of duty.

National Night Out was a "yuge" success. Thanks to all our public safety partners Golder Ranch Fire District, Pima County Sheriff's Department, Arizona Department of Public Safety and the US Forest Service for their support. Special thanks to Target in Oro Valley for letting us take over their parking lot! OVPD* Integrity, Fairness, Excellence

SCAM ALERT** We recently received multiple reports of a jury related scam. Suspects say they are with the Sheriff's Department and claim the victims missed jury duty and therefore a warrant has been issued for their arrest. They ask for a green dot card in order for the warrant to be quashed. *Police and Sheriff's Departments typically do not call and solicit any type of payments over the phone. *Police and Sheriff's do not ask for payment in the form of pre- paid credit cards. *Do not provide any personal information over the phone if you did not initiate the call. *Hang up, research the entities phone number yourself and call independent of any number they provide you. Please call your local police department if you have questions before you send any money.

Here's video of the bank robbery at Washington Federal (Oracle & Magee). Call 520-229-4900 or 88-CRIME with any information.

Savannah and Shelby came in today and brought us the most legit cookies we have ever had (pumpkin & chocolate chip and I had two)! Shelby told her mom that she thought all police officers were boys and was surprised to find officers can be girls too. #OVPD#OroValleyPD

Take a look at this guy. He committed an armed robbery at the Washington Federal Bank a few days ago. If you have any information about him, call 520-229-4900 or 88-CRIME.

Since 1983, this special crime prevention event is held by communities across the United States focusing on safety. There will be exhibits and demonstrations along with music, prizes and various state, local and federal agencies. Parents and children will learn about safety in regards to water, internet, poison, drugs and much more. Golder Ranch Fire District, Pima County Sherriff’s Department and others will also be at the event and will be a fun, family friendly environment.

Don't forget National Night Out is tonight. 6-8 at the Target in Oro Valley. All the cool kids will be there!

When your out shopping this weekend, please consider buying a pillow for domestic violence victims and dropping it off any Golder Ranch Fire Station or OVPD station.

Dogs! Dogs! Dogs! Free micro-chipping! Enough said!

Do you ever want to help people but aren't sure how? It's Domestic Violence Awareness month and every year Emerge! Center for Domestic Violence goes through a thousand pillows. Please consider buying a pillow and dropping it off at our police station. #OroValleyPoliceDepartment

OVPD is thrilled to have one of our employees, Detective Sanchez, selected as the First Responder of the Month.

OVPD to Host National Night Out Oro Valley, Arizona (September 28, 2017) – The Oro Valley Police Department is inviting the public to its annual National Night Out at the Target Shopping Center at 10555 N. Oracle Road from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on October 6, 2017. Since 1983, this special crime prevention event is held by communities across the United States focusing on safety. There will be exhibits and demonstrations along with music, prizes and various state, local and federal agencies. Parents and children will learn about safety in regards to water, internet, poison, drugs and much more. Golder Ranch Fire District, Pima County Sherriff’s Department and others will also be at the event and will be a fun, family friendly environment. For additional information, please contact Officer Sarah Leiner at (520) 696-6869.

These awesome kids wake up early to take a class before school called "The Truth about Drugs". OVPD's very own Ofc. Moore teaches this 8 week course. Truth be told, some kids are still a little sleepy.