Pinal County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Pinal County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 971 Jason Lopez CircleBuilding C, Florence, 85132 AZ
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Pinal County Sheriff's Office is located at 971 Jason Lopez CircleBuilding C, Florence, 85132 AZ. The Pinal County Sheriff's Office phone number is 520-866-5111.

Pinal County Sheriff's Office News

A big thanks to Legacy Traditional School - Northwest Tucson for showing their appreciation. Kids from the Mustangs Serve Club led by Mrs. Konski made awesome goody bags for our deputies! Thanks so much!

PCSO is at the Military "Career connections" job fair located at the corner of Bethany Home and Central. They will be there all day. So if you are interested in joining an amazing family and having great career opportunities stop by and say hi!


We love to see the work our friends in Massachusetts are doing! When we learned about the Housing Unit for Military Veterans program (HUMV) Sheriff Peter Koutoujian started at the Middlesex County Sheriff's Office, we had to bring the program to PCSO. We love our partnership with them and are always looking for positive and creative ways to help reduce recidivism in our jails.

We want to thank everyone for their support. Our First Annual Victim Services Golf Tournament Fundraiser was a success! We would like to thank the 134 golfers who came out to participate and 34 Pinal County businesses for sponsoring. Because of their time and generosity we were able to raise over $8,000 to assist Pinal County victims of crime. We want to give special thanks to the Casa Grande Police Department, Eloy PD, AZ Fire Department, Casa Grande Justice John Ellsworth, photographer Megan Sanders from Borrowed Halo Photography, Mike Becker from GBI Printing and all of our victim services volunteers for their hard work and dedication in assisting Pinal County families. The following are all the businesses who sponsored the tournament: 1. CHRIST’S CHURCH FREE WILL BAPTIST 2. LEWIS CONSULTING 3. FARM BUREUA FINANCIAL SERVICES 4. MORE STUFF GOLF CARTS 5. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH & PRESCHOOL 6. MELISSA CAMARGO, IVORY TOWERS REALITY 7. CASA GRANDE PUBLIC SAFETY FOUNDATION 8. CASA GRANDE POLICE DEPARTMENT 9. PINAL COUNTY DEPUTIES ASSOCIATION 10. SPLASH TIME POOL SUPPLY 11. ELOY POLICE DEPARTMENT 12. WESTERN BANK 13. JOHNSON RANCH ANIMAL CLINIC 14. AIRPORT TAVERN 15. ROCK POINT CHURCH 16. HERBALICIOUS OF ARIZONA 17. VAPOR GRANDE 18. DESERT WATER & ICE 19. ABOVE & BEYOND BAIL BONDS 20. RT.O’SULLIVANS SPORTS GRILL 21. CREATIVE MERCHANDISE DISPLAYS INC. 22. GBI PRINTING 23. L’GRANDE CAFE 24. IN MEMORY OF ANIA MACIAS 25. IN MEMORY OF JEFFERY ZIMMERMAN 26. JUDGE TINO TARANGO 27. CODY WEAGANT LAW OFFICES 28. EDELWEISS DESIGNS AND CASTING 29. THE ALPENHORN NEWS CRESTLINE 30. ROTARY CLUB OF SUPERSTITION MOUNTY 31. GOLD CANYON MOTOWORKS 32. QUEEN CREEK BACK CARE 33. QUEEN CREEK NATUROPATHIC 34. PINAL COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Pinal County Sheriff's Office - DPS is working an accident at Ironwood and the US-60. US-60 westbound has been shutdown. Estimated length of closure: 6 hours. Please avoid the area.

Check it out! Live and in studio- Deputy McElwain will be on the set of Live PD. #LivePD #LivePDWatchParty #PCSO

Please download our free mobile app to stay connected to PCSO! The new app allows PCSO to quickly disseminate emergency alerts, and post news about missing persons, traffic delays and public safety incidents. In the event of an emergency, app users receive instant notification via their mobile devices. Citizens can easily send comments and crime tips — anonymously if they wish — and place calls to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office with the touch of a button. They can notify the Sheriff’s Office about suspicious activity and easily send images, such as graffiti, through the app. Recently, a tip from the app helped investigators arrest someone who was wanted for outstanding warrants. Anyone using Android, Windows or Apple platforms can download the app simply by going to the app store and searching for the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office app. The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office app is not meant to replace calling 911 for crimes and emergencies in progress. Those experiencing an emergency situation should continue to call 911. (For a transcribed version of this video, please send an email to

Help us have a safe wildfire season. Please share this post and spread the word about the Ready, Set, Go! Campaign. The unusually dry winter and warm temperatures could bring an early start to Arizona’s wildfire season, and the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office wants you to be prepared. The fifteen Arizona Sheriff’s adopted Ready, Set, Go! (RSG), a program that educates residents about proactive measures to take before an emergency and actions to follow when communities are threatened. The program’s three tenets encourage Arizonans to get READY by preparing now for what threatens their community, be SET by maintaining awareness of significant danger and to GO, evacuate immediately when the danger is current and life-threatening. “We set up these steps in an effort to make sure people are prepared during wildfire season. When fire strikes, it can be a very intense situation for homeowners and first responders.” Said Sheriff Mark Lamb, Pinal County. “We want to make sure everyone has a plan in place so they keep their home safe and evacuate easily.” The Ready, Set, Go! program highlights actions residents should take during each step: READY: “Prepare now” - Be aware of hazards that can threaten your community. - Register for Pinal County Notification System. Pinal County has implemented an emergency mass notification system to alert residents and businesses about emergencies and other important community news. The Pinal Emergency Notification System (PENS) enables us to provide you with critical information quickly and effectively in a variety of situations, such as; severe weather, fires, hazardous materials incidents, evacuations, and other emergency events.Time-sensitive messages will be delivered for your chosen location(s), in whichever way you specify, via cell, home, and work phones, and by text messaging and/or email. You pick where, you pick how. Stay informed, sign up today! - Create defensible space around your home by keeping grass mowed short and trimming vegetation. - Build an emergency supplies kit. Start with the five P’s: people and pet supplies, prescriptions, papers, personal needs and priceless items. SET: "Be alert” - There is significant danger in your area. - Consider voluntarily relocating to a shelter or with family/friends outside of the affected area. - This might be the only notice you receive. GO!: “Evacuate” - Danger in your area is current and life-threatening. - Evacuate immediately to a shelter or to family/friends outside the affected area. - Follow instructions from emergency personnel, and stay on designated evacaution routes. The Ready, Set, Go! program started in March 2011, when the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) aimed to improve the dialogue between fire departments and the residents they serve. The Ready, Set, Go! program amplifies the common goal of all-hazards preparedness. Successfully preparing for an emergency encourages personal responsibility to protect yourself, your family and your property. Visit to learn more about hazards in the state and how to prepare. For additional Ready, Set, Go! information, follow Twitter at @PinalCSO and @AzEIN.

We are so honored to be part of the Laredo Ranch First Annual Bicycle Safety Event conducted on February 24th, 2018. There was a 2-mile bike parade and all the kids we met were amazing. Thanks for inviting us!

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office received more than $209,000 in funding from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to help make our roadways safer. The money is being used to help fund overtime during DUI Task Force Enforcement efforts throughout the year and the holiday season. The money will also be used to purchase a 20 Life-Loc Portable Breathalyzers, one Life-Loc Easy Calibration Test Station, and a police motorcycle. The Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety also wants to help Pinal County combat the speeding and aggressive driving that we see every day on our roadways. Part of the money will be used to cover overtime during those enforcement efforts and pay for five Pro Laser Traffic Enforcement LIDAR Units. “Protecting this community is a team effort and we could not do our jobs effectively without the help from Director Alberto Gutier and everyone at the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety,” said Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb. “We appreciate everything GOHS does to help promote safer roads in Pinal County.” In addition, AZGOHS is helping us purchase 250 child safety vehicle seats used for the Pinal County Child Safety Coalition. PCSO will hosting events, allowing families to get a free car seat for their child. This total funding covers our efforts for 2018.

First days are always tough! Today was the first day of our Detention Academy. Please welcome our 3rd class of detention cadets. Join us in wishing them the best of luck as they go through our Academy!

Pinal County Sheriff's Office - Hunt Highway at Magma is now back open.

Pinal County Sheriff's Office -Hunt Highway at Magma Road is shut down do to a gas line leak in the area of Indigo Sky Blvd Amira Way in Johnson Ranch. Please avoid the area.

What happened? Find out on #livepd!

Want to find out what Deputy Iniguez is doing tonight? Turn on A&E and check him out on #livepd!

Coming up, Deputies rushing to the scene of an unresponsive driver. We hope the driver is ok! #livepd

You will be getting a double dose of Pinal County on #livepd. We are live tonight and Saturday! Deputy Soto and Deputy McElwain are hitting the streets tonight. Be safe guys! 💙🇺🇸🚔

The Pinal County Office of Emergency Management and Pinal County Sheriff's Office along with Country Thunder are teaming together to update concert-goers before, during and after the four-day event. Anyone who texts "CTAZ2018" to 888-777 will automatically and anonymously "opt in" to receive notifications sent out by Emergency Management staff or other designated users. "The PENS system from Everbridge is a great program that can help notify people about information during an emergency in Pinal County," states Emergency Manager Chuck Kmet, "but is robust enough to be able to send out pertinent public safety information about Country Thunder, no matter where you are in the county, state or country. We will make full use of this during Country Thunder." "Our goal is to make sure everyone has easy access to important information they need while they are out at Country Thunder. All departments are working together to make sure everyone stays safe and has a good time," said Sheriff Mark Lamb. Periodic messages will be sent in the weeks before the music festival. A couple days leading up to the gates opening, messaging will be sent as needed but will be pertinent to travel and arrival at the venue and will not necessarily be emergency-type messaging. Once the gates open for the event, messaging will occur on an as needed basis, ensuring not to overwhelm the festival attendees with frivolous or impertinent information. Such information that can be sent during this time are: Traffic around and leading up to the venue Significant weather leading up to the event Significant weather changes during the event Site map of the venue Line-up/Performance times Important Phone Numbers Public health messaging Preparedness messaging Lost/found children Lost/found pets Potential hazards in the local area Fire prevention Bee mitigation "The messages will come from the following sources," Kmet said, "the Pinal County Sheriff's Office, Public Health, Air Quality, Public Works, Emergency Management, Florence Fire Department, American Medical Response, Pinal County PIO and/or Country Thunder. It is important to note that this will not spam subscribers with marketing and sales messages. That is not what we set the system up to be used for." To minimize chances for misinformation being sent out, each message will be vetted for content, clarity, accuracy and appropriateness prior to release. Once the event is over, final texts will be sent to close any lose ends (such as telling them know who to contact for unclaimed found pets) and then letting them know that messaging for Country Thunder 2018 has ended.

We have amazing dispatchers who work for PCSO. Today we are recognizing Kimberly Devellin for going above and beyond. Capt. Rankin present her with the award.

Protect yourself!

PCSO was honored to start the 17th Annual Lost Dutchman Marathon this morning! Chief Deputy Thomas gave the starting blast to send the runners on their 26.2 mile journey. Good luck to all the runners!

What a crazy situation in Pinal Couty! Did you see it? It was on #livepd on A&E!