Coolidge Police Department

  • Agency: Coolidge Police Department
  • Address: 911 S. Arizona Boulevard, Coolidge, 85228 AZ
  • Chief: James Palmer (Chief of Police)

Coolidge Police Department is located at 911 S. Arizona Boulevard, Coolidge, 85228 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is James Palmer. The Coolidge Police Department phone number is 520-723-5311.

Coolidge Police Department News

Independence Day is a great day for parties and fun across the country, but It is also one of the deadliest days on the roadways. Coolidge Police Department will have officers out during the weekend and throughout the week of Independence Day for enhanced DUI patrols. Please help us make this a safe and happy holiday and always use a designated driver when your celebrations include alcoholic beverages. 🎆

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Today is #selfieday and we just couldn’t resist a few selfies, so we thought we’d share. 🤳 👮

Officer Hoyle and Detective Fuller had a great visit with everyone at Top CDE last week!

Congratulations to Coolidge Police Department Officer Derek Lull and Sergeant Jason Masterson who were honored by the Coolidge-Florence Elks Lodge No 2350 on Thursday, June 14, 2018 during their annual Flag Day ceremony. Officer Lull was presented with the Outstanding Officer of the Year award and Sergeant Masterson was presented with the Outstanding Public Service award. Thank you to the Elks Lodge for the continued support of our officers and agency! And thank you to both Officer Lull and Sergeant Masterson for their honorable representation of our agency.

Arizona heat got us like...🔥🤪🤣

This is a great information brochure to share regarding heat-related illness and safety tips. Keep yourself and your loved ones safe and never leave your children or pets in your vehicle - even for a minute. Have a great weekend!

Coolidge Police Department Sergeant Jason Masterson competed this week at the 2018 San Diego National Police and Fire Games. He won the gold medal in his weight class in the bench press event with an impressive 370 pound press - which he topped the next day in the push-pull event - setting a new personal record for himself and an event record of 374.5 pounds. In addition, he won the silver medal in his weight class with a 485 pound deadlift! Please join us in congratulating Sergeant Masterson on his victory. Way to represent our department! Check out the video in the comment section. 👮‍♂️💪🏋️‍♂️🎖️

If you recognize any individuals pictured, please contact the Coolidge Police Department at 520-723-5311 or private message this page. Thank you.

The Coolidge Police Department Explorer Post will be hosting an open house on June 18 at 6:00 PM. This is a great opportunity for youth and young adults interested in the program and careers in law enforcement to learn more. Save the date and join us here at our station.

Honesty is a runaway juvenile out of Phoenix Police Department jurisdiction and with contacts in Coolidge. There is a chance she could be in the Coolidge area. Please contact Phoenix Police Department or your local law enforcement agency if you have information regarding her location. Thank you for sharing.

It is common knowledge that we share the area with coyotes, and you may be noticing more than usual, especially with the extreme heat - which could draw them closer as they look for water sources. Please read this pamphlet for more information if you do encounter a coyote. It's also a good time to remind everyone that the heat makes sidewalks and pavement very hot for animals. Test the ground with your bare hand or foot. If it is too hot for you, it is too hot for them. Please be extra mindful when walking your pets during the summer months.

Here we go again. Stay cool out there folks! ☀️🔥😓

This evening a large fight occurred during a baseball game at Kenilworth Sports Complex. Coolidge Police Department responded and is investigating the incident. We are seeking recorded footage of the incident that any spectator/witness that was present may have. If you have any video recordings of the incident, please contact the Coolidge Police Department and we will make arrangements to obtain a copy from you. Please call our station at 520-723-5311 as soon as possible if you have anything to share. Thank you for your assistance.

We'd still eat em! 😆 Donuts 😍🍩 #NationalDonutDay

We honor them. 🇺🇸

Have a safe and happy Memorial Day Weekend. ❤️🇺🇸️💙

Officer Bink would like to “paws” for a moment to “of-fur” all the Coolidge High School and Imagine Prep graduates a big congratulations. You all worked “tooth” and “nail” to maintain your grades and extra curriculars. While it was “ruff” work and there may have been some “whining” along the way, he knows your “dogged” determination was worth it. Bink says best wishes as you “chase” your dreams! It may seem far “fetched” to hear this from a K9, but he wouldn’t lead you a “stray”. 🎓🐕🐾

Coolidge City Staff, the Mayor and Council wish to congratulate the Coolidge High School 2018 graduates! 🎓🐻

Graduation celebrations are beginning to gear up everywhere. Coolidge Police Department will have officers out throughout grad night and the Memorial Day holiday weekend for enhanced DUI patrols. Don't turn a triumph into a tragedy. To our graduating youth - please keep your celebrations sober and safe. Adults - plan ahead and designate a sober driver if your plans include alcoholic beverages. Help us keep this a safe and happy time of year for all. 💙👨‍🎓🐻👩‍🎓❤️

Many people do not realize their child safety seats are not installed properly. If not installed properly, the safety seats will not work as designed. You can have your seat inspected at no cost by scheduling an appointment at the Coolidge Police Department at 723-5311 or the Coolidge Fire Department at 723-6019. #BuckleUpArizona

Beginning tomorrow through June 3, Coolidge Police Department will be participating in the annual Buckle Up Arizona campaign funded by the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety in an effort to educate drivers on the importance of wearing their seatbelts and to enforce seatbelt violations. #SeatbeltsSaveLives #BuckleUpArizona