Jerome Police Department

  • Agency: Jerome Police Department
  • Address: 305 Main Street, Jerome, 86331 AZ
  • Chief: Allen Muma (Chief of Police)
Phone: (928) 634-8992
Fax: (928) 649-2776

Jerome Police Department is located at 305 Main Street, Jerome, 86331 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Allen Muma. The Jerome Police Department phone number is (928) 634-8992.

Jerome Police Department News

Remember, vehicles can start fires! We are in stage 2 fire restrictions, check your vehicle so you don't become the source of ignition.

Please remember the fallen, Jerome has lost a few through the years!

https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5791/

Please be careful.

Yavapai County Fire Ban in effect.

We teach "Stop the Bleed" and are proud to be a part of this effort.

https://www.verdenews.com/news/2018/mar/30/man-arrested-jerome-drug-bust/

As the result of an investigation that started several months ago with a tip posted on the Jerome Police Department's Facebook page, the Jerome Police Department assisted Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking (PANT) officers with the execution of a drug search warrant on a residence located at 633 Clark Street in Jerome. Officers seized cocaine, marijuana, psilocybin mushrooms, hash oil, LSD, cash, scales, pay and owe sheets and drug use paraphernalia. Arrested was Robert Allan Mannino, who was charged with six felony drug charges ranging from possession of narcotic for sale, possession of dangerous drug for sale to possession of narcotics and paraphernalia. The investigation continues.

2018 Awards banquet Department Photo. Left to Right: Jerome Mayor Frank Vanderhorst, Officer Kerry Lee, Police Aid Janice Pontious, Officer Mark Boan, Officer Brandon Warren, Officer Jason Lohman, Officer Bill Lionberger, Lt. San Felice, Chief Allen Muma.

Clarkdale-Jerome Awards Banquet 2018

We had a report of a disorderly roadrunner at Altia Leather in Jerome. Officer Brandon Warren and Chief Muma responded an took him into custody, he was released on OR bond and was last observed running from the area after a quick “beep, beep”!

Congratulations to Chief Allen Muma for his award at the First Responder Appreciation Dinner at the Moose Lodge yesterday. Chief Muma received this award in his capacity as an EMT for responding to a medical call and successfully reviving someone using Narcan.

Stop the Bleed Training. Open to anybody, we have a class 1/4/18 at 5 PM at Jerome Fire Station, and a class at Verde Valley Medical Center on 1/17/18 at 8 AM. Each class is about 2.5 hrs long and has hands on as well as lecture. Learn something that could save a life.Classes are free call Message us or call 928-634-8992 if interested.

Officer Jason Lohman with some toys for tots. Merry Christmas from everybody at Jerome Police Department!

Still looking.

Really good in depth report on the illegal practices unscrupulous debt collectors use to make money. A really good read that might just help somebody out there. At the very least you might learn what lengths people will go to in order to make money. Beware!

Verde Valley DUI Task Force deploys for the holidays Post Date:11/30/2017 11:43 a.m. SEDONA, Ariz. – Eight Verde Valley law enforcement agencies – including Jerome PD – are joining forces to keep the holidays safe this year with weekend DUI saturation patrols through the month of December. “Last year, nationally, someone died in an alcohol-impaired vehicle crash every 50 minutes,” says Sedona Police Cmdr. Ron Bayne. “Our goal with the Verde Valley DUI Task Force is to intercept alcohol- and drug-impaired drivers before an accident can happen.” In addition to the Jerome Police Department, the participating agencies are Camp Verde Marshal's Office, Cottonwood PD, Yavapai County Sheriff's Office, Yavapai-Apache Tribal PD, Clarkdale PD, Sedona PD, and the Arizona Department of Public Safety. Camp Verde Marshall’s Office Cmdr. Brian Armstrong says, ideally, the effort will deter impaired driving primarily through public outreach and education, with enforcement secondary. “The legal limit in Arizona for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol is a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08,” he says. “But it is also illegal in Arizona for an individual to operate a motor vehicle if impaired to the ‘slightest degree’ by alcohol or drugs, even with a BAC under .08. Officers are trained to detecting impairment in drivers." The holiday Verde Valley Task Force mission is focused on saturation patrols, deploying officers to patrol specifically for impaired drivers during the designated Task Force hours of operation. Each weekend through December and New Year's Eve, rotating command locations will concentrate enforcement in the area near the command post. Dates and command locations Detail hours are 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. 12/8 Camp Verde/Cottonwood 12/9 Sedona 12/15 Clarkdale/Jerome 12/16 Cottonwood 12/22 Sedona 12/23 Camp Verde and Village of Oak Creek 12/29 Cottonwood 12/30 Clarkdale and Jerome 12/31 Sedona and Village of Oak Creek Be smart. Be safe.

Officer Boan and Officer Lohman.

Good article on Jerome PD veterans.

It can happen to anybody, prayers from our family to yours.

Happy Halloween from Yavapai County Law Enforcement and the Yavapai County Attorney's Office. Be safe!

My friend Chief Taylor, Clarkdale PD, chairing a meeting we had today here in Jerome.

Retired LAPD Rudy De la Fuente Visited Jerome PD today. His Uncle was Antonio Fuentes, born in Jerome in 1910, and a former heavy weight fighter.

An educational photograph!