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

Come on out and join us for our next Coffee with a Cop event, 4-25-18 at 1:30 PM. This month, we will be at Startbucks, 1220 Gail Gardner Way. We hope to see you there.

Last night, Prescott Police Explorer Kateri Wrublik was awarded Prescott Area Female Youth of the year. At 17, Kateri already makes a tremendous impact on our community-we are inspired by her and extremely proud! Here are just a few of her many accomplishments. Kateri is a senior at Arizona Agribusiness and Equine School and recently named the 2017 Prescott Police Department Explorer of the Year. She is also a Devil Pups Trainer and, as a member of the Air Force Junior ROTC Awareness Presentation Team, educated elementary and middle school students about the importance of a high school diploma and how their decisions now can impact their future. Memberships have included Future Business Leaders of America, Academic Honors Club, Mock Trial Club, Math Club, Honor Guard and Color Guard. Kateri volunteers with Veterans of Foreign Wars, Honor Flight, Shop with a Cop, SkillsUSA and as a peer tutor. She has also participated in orienteering, archery and the Cyber Patriot program and is known for her excellent communication skills and humility.

Here are just a few pictures from Week 3 of our 2018-1 Citizens Academy. The SWAT team came out and had a great set of demonstrations. Our attendees then got to try out some of the specialized firearms. Another fine evening

Tuesday, April 10th at 5:00-6:30 PM, there will be a community Rally and March against violence held at ERAU. This event helps to kick off Sexual Assault Awareness month. For more information, see the flyer posted below or contact

Physical fitness and written exams for Police Recuits this morning. It is a great day to pursue a new career.

Tonight is the opening evening of the 2018-1 session of the Prescott Police Department Citizens Academy. The final few moments of quiet. We have 6 weeks of jam packed evenings. I believe that we enjoy this as much as our attendees!

Today we gathered and celebrated the career of Officer Bill Wolf. Bill has made a great impact on our Community and Department. Bill was especially dedicated in his role as a School Resource Officer, providing guidance and safety to our schools and children. We cannot thank him enough for his service. We will miss his positive and easy going attitude. Bill enjoy your well deserved retirement!

Another great Coffee with a Cop event. We met lots of new folks and had a nice time chatting. Special thanks to Yavapai College for their generous hospitality

The weather didnt slow Roni Ziemba, of Ziemba Photographic Arts, down at all today. Records, Property and Evidence, PRCC, Investigations, Animal Control, K-9 Blue, Patrol and NARTA were all photograpghed today. This morning, she treated us to a small preview of the work she did yesterday. Her photos are gorgeous. I am positive the finished product will be in high demand. Thank you Roni for 2 great days.

Roni Ziemba, of Ziemba Photographic Arts has been with us today taking some awesome photos of our agency. Roni can even make us look good. She had been great to work with and we cant wait to see all of her work. Motors, Bikes and SWAT so far. Much more to come.

In 2002 Officer Bonney responded to a check welfare situation. During and after the incident, Officer Bonney provided support to the family. Today, MaryAnne Johnston came into the station and asked to see Officer Bonney, who now happens to be Deputy Chief Bonney! It was MaryAnnes mother that Amy responded to. They shared a nice moment as Ms. Johnston expressed her gratitude for the kindness and generosity that Amy displayed that day.

The ERAU Silver Wings crew came in and served us breakfast this morning. A fine group of young men and women. We are fortunate to live in a great community that supports us.

Our next Coffee with a Cop event will be held Tuesday March 20, 2018, at 9:30 A.M. at Yavapai College, Building 19, 1100 E. Sheldon St. This meeting will feature several members of the Prescott Police Department, including Patrol, Support Services, Traffic, Training and Recruitment, Victim Services and Command Staff. Please join us as together we work to make the City of Prescott a better place to live, work and play. For this event, the Yavapai College Police Department will also be joining us.

Prescott Police Department Recognized The Prescott Police Department is pleased to announce that recently the Agency was recognized by The Arizona Department of Health Services, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma System. The Prescott Police Department was issued a citation for the Public Health Excellence in Law Enforcement (PHELE) Recognition Program. The Department’s PHELE recognition is effective from February 28, 2018. The accompanying letter went on to state “…on behalf of all of Arizona Department of Health Services and the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma System, congratulations on this accomplishment and thank you for implementing your opioid overdose recognition and treatment program in your community. Your work to combat this opioid epidemic is appreciated…” The Prescott Police Department received training and implemented a Naloxone Administration Program, in August of 2017. So far the Prescott Police Department has used this nasal inhalation treatment 4 times. Due to the training, drug symptom recognition and the quick response of Patrol Officers, this opiod overdose medicine successfully saved 4 lives. ####

This morning, Records Clerks Junette Ellis and Amber Fraser were presented a City of Prescott GUEST Services Award. They were recognized for providing exemplary customer service. They do an awesome job for us.

The kind folks at Solid Rock Christian Fellowship came to the PD and served us lunch today. The Italian food was great and the friendships were better. This is 2 years in a row we were blessed with this treat.

We still have a bit of room in our Spring 2018 Citizens Police Academy. Contact us right away if your intesested. The Prescott Police Department invites community members to get an inside look at how the Department operates by attending a 2018 Citizens Police Academy, starting this March. Classes will begin March 27th at 5:30-9:00 PM and continue on each Tuesday until May 1st. Participants must be 21 years of age and a legal U.S. resident. Preference will be given to Prescott residents. The deadline to apply is March 2nd. For more information or to receive an application, please contact LPO David L. Fuller at 928-777-1915 or

Congratulations to Prescott Officer of the year Rich Doty, honored by Prescott Elks Lodge 330 at a Ceremony last night.

Today we also celebrated the Citizens on Patrol career of Waneta Offerman. Waneta has tirelessly given her time to our Department and Community for the last 9 years. Today was her last day on patrol. Waneta, thank you for all you have done.

Today we celebrated a couple of significant milestones. Chief Black presented Sgt Clayton Heath with his 30 years of service plaque. Officer Doty also recieved his plaque for 5 years of service. These fine men have served our communities with distinction.

The snow is beautiful, but can cause some treacherous driving conditions. The roads are snowy and icy. Slow down, leave a bit early and be extra careful today.

Today, Prescott City Council read a 'Stand with me, Be Drug Free' proclamation. Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk was there to accept this, as were many members of our communities. Law Enforcement leaders Prescott PD Chief Black and Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Masher were present too.

Just a friendly reminder, there are only a few more days to get your alarm registered. The updated City of Prescott Alarm ordinance goes into effect this Friday, 2-23. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the False Alarm Department at 928-777-1900 or by email at

Please cancel the efforts to locate Pruitt, she has just been found. She is cold, but doing well.