Prescott Police Department

  • Agency: Prescott Police Department
  • Address: 222 S. Marina Street, Prescott, 86303 AZ
  • Chief: Mike Kabbel (Chief of Police)
Phone: 928-777-1900

Prescott Police Department is located at 222 S. Marina Street, Prescott, 86303 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Kabbel. The Prescott Police Department phone number is 928-777-1900.

Prescott Police Department News

Red Ribbon week at Abia Judd. Officer Gerlach and Johnson making friends and helping to set an example.

WOW, look at these Ladies all dressed up and ready to take on the world! The real heroes in public safety-our 9-1-1 telecommunications team. They keep us safe and take care of us all.

Chief Black with her YBBBS Little Sister Kirra today. Kirra and the Chief both had huge smiles when seeing each other.

PPD Officers and Explorers working the 'Fuel of Dreams' event. All proceeds go to the Special Olympics program. Big thanks to the Frys Food Stores, on Willow Creek Rd, who was an outstanding host.

A fine looking group photo from last night Citizens Academy Graduation. We appreciate the Community support that we have in Prescott.

We are all geared up for tonights Citizens Academy 2017-2 Graduation. We made many new friends over the last 7 weeks. Thanks for spending your valuable time with us, we hope it was worth while.

Officer Johnson working the Walk to School event with Lincoln School children

We have had a significant amount of bad accidents recently. Traffic safety is everyones responsibility. Slow down and be extra careful.

A big thanks to ERAU, Sigma Alpha Epsilon was in this morning to make and serve us a great breakfast.

Sgt Kasun speaking to our 2017-2 Citizens Academy about the Northern Arizona Regional Training Academy.

Prescott PD Recruits working hard everyday and making us proud while at NARTA. Keep up the good work guys. They are in week 11 right now, 9 more to go!

Clean out the medicine cabinet and bring in your old prescriptions for proper disposal. Oct 21, 10AM-2PM, there are several convienent locations to choose from. Make your home, community and environemnt a safer place to be.

Recruit Police Officer applications are due this afternoon by 5PM. Dont wait any longer, get it in now!

Prescott PD and Human Resources working together at the NAU Career Fair. Good day promoting our City and Department

Victim Advocate, Amy Knight represented the Prescott PD at last nights 'Take back the Night' DV awareness event in Prescott Valley.

Last nights Citizens Academy, SWAT and firearms demos. I think everyone had fun, smiles were everywhere.

We just wrapped up a great morning. Our Coffee with a Cop event had a great turn out. We got to meet some very nice folks. Thanks to Panera Bread for hosting us.

Tomorrow morning at Panera, come see us for Coffee with a Cop, at 8:30 AM, if you can pick me out, I will buy the coffee!

Come on out to Panera Bread, at the Gateway Mall, on Oct 4th, at 8:30 AM, for our next Coffee with a Cop event. Oct 4th is also National Coffee with a Cop Day! Meet and interact with your PD. Should be a great time.

A great big Thank You for the support from the Prescott Arizona Kennel Club, who recently made a huge donation to us. This will greatly assist with training, equipment and supplies for this Prescott PD program. Here is Blue and Officer Bray receiving the check.

The application process is still open. WE ARE HIRING. Come and join our Team of tremendous people. Our Team proudly serves the community and does great things everyday. Tell a friend who may be interested too. We are accepting applications until the close of business on 10-9-17. Hurry and get your application in now!

Had a good day today at the Recruit Military Job Fair in Glendale. Met some fine folks and handed out some applications!

Meet Prescott Police Department face-to-face and learn about our job opportunities at Phoenix Veterans Job Fair on Thursday September 21, 2017 in Glendale, AZ. Learn more about the event and register to attend at:

Week 2 of our 2017-2 Citizens Academy, Sgt Scott with Community Services is up first, Sgt Dever and Traffic is next. Followed by PANT, Victim Services and Investigations. It is a full night!

Excellent Job Officer Winski. Yesterday he correctly identified an individual who had overdosed on heroin. He was able to properly administer a dose of Naloxone and likely saved this persons life. We just received training on this useful tool within the last couple of months. Well done Officer Winski.