Prescott Valley Police Department

  • Agency: Prescott Valley Police Department
  • Address: 7601 E Civic Circle, Prescott Valley, 86314 AZ
  • Chief: Daniel R Schatz (Chief of Police)
Phone: 928-772-9261
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Prescott Valley Police Department is located at 7601 E Civic Circle, Prescott Valley, 86314 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Daniel R Schatz. The Prescott Valley Police Department phone number is 928-772-9261.

Prescott Valley Police Department News

Buckle Up Arizona…It’s the Law! Enforcement Campaign now through Sunday, June 3, 2018 In an effort to save more lives on Arizona’s roadways this month the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is partnering with the Prescott Valley Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies to enforce Arizona’s seat belt and child safety seat laws. Arizona presently conducts enforcement under a secondary seat belt law and a primary child safety seat law. The enforcement campaign is based upon high visibility traffic enforcement with a “zero-tolerance” approach towards seat belt and child safety seat usage. As part of a the national Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement campaign, law enforcement agencies across the state will be stepping up traffic enforcement patrols and increasing other enforcement efforts to drive home the message: Buckle Up Arizona…It’s the Law! Despite widespread efforts to educate drivers about the importance of wearing seat belts, motor vehicles collisions continue to be the leading cause of death and serious injuries to the citizens of our state. The enforcement mobilization will run from May 21, 2018 through June 3, 2018. Regular seat belt use is the single most effective way to protect people and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes. When worn correctly, seat belts have proven to reduce serious crash-related injuries and deaths by about 50%. The proper and consistent use of child safety seats has been found to reduce the risk of fatal injury by 71% for infants (younger than 1 year old) and by 54% for toddlers (1 to 4 years old) in passenger cars. Properly installed booster seats reduce the risk for serious injury by 45% among children ages 4 to 8 years old. Funding for this enforcement program is provided by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. BUCKLE UP ARIZONA….IT’S THE LAW Prescott Valley Police Department can be contacted at (928) 772-9267 for non-emergencies, 911 for emergencies.

Prescott Valley Chief Bryan Jarrell establishing advisory board Prescott Valley Chief of Police Bryan Jarrell is announcing the formation of a Police Advisory Board to provide yet another avenue for information-sharing between the police department and the community it serves. The goal of this Board will be to meet quarterly so citizens, business owners, and other stakeholders of Prescott Valley can share items of interest or concern with the police department. It will not only allow an opportunity for the police department to address these public issues, it will provide a chance to impart information so the community may better understand the role of law enforcement. At this time Prescott Valley Police Department is accepting letters of interest from individuals in the following areas to begin the formation of the Board: • Community volunteers • High School students • Parents of school students • Latino Community • Business owner or manager for both small and large organizations • Project Lifesaver • Senior community • Veterans • Mental health provider • Yavapai College • Northern Arizona University • Faith based Community • Media • MatForce • Elected official • Yavapai Regional Medical Center • Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority Those interested in serving on this board may write a letter of interest to: Chief of Police Bryan Jarrell, 7601 E. Civic Circle, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314. Individuals selected will be notified regarding the next steps in the process. Prescott Valley Police Department can be contacted at (928) 772-9267 for non-emergencies, 911 for emergencies.

Police continue to take verbal threats of violence seriously VERBAL THREATS OF VIOLENCE STILL TAKEN SERIOUSLY On Monday, May 21, 2018, the Prescott Valley Police Department was contacted by the Bradshaw Mountain High School Assistant Principal about a student advising him of a message that he received threatening the school. When the officer contacted the student, he learned that the student had received a phone text message from another student stating, “ima shoot up your school.” Upon investigation, the officer arrested a 15-year-old juvenile and booked him into the Prescott juvenile detention center. Chief of Police Bryan Jarrell and Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent Dan Streeter encourage all parents to tell their children that threats or alleged threats are not jokes, and will not be considered as such. The Prescott Valley Police Department advises that there is zero tolerance for any language that can be understood as threatening or intimidating to another person or school. Every incident will be investigated and dealt with accordingly. The Prescott Valley Police Department and the Humboldt School District asks residents, parents, and students: “If You See Something, Say Something.” Items that should be reported would include: • Suspicious activity • Threatening statements • Actions or statements that are out of the ordinary Police ask students to say something even if they don’t think the activity is significant. If they are uncomfortable with any activity or statement, they should talk to parents, school administration or police. Prescott Valley Police Department can be contacted at (928) 772-9267 for non-emergencies, 911 for emergencies.

Prescott Valley Police heighten DUI, seat belt enforcement for Memorial day weekend This Memorial Day Weekend, Prescott Valley Police will be out in force conducting DUI and seat belt enforcement. Prescott Valley Police will continue support of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety DUI Traffic Enforcement Program with this latest round of enforcement, which begins Friday, May 25 and continues through Monday, May 28. The police department will be deploying extra officers to enhance traffic safety during this period. The objective of the enforcement program is to reduce the number of car crashes and the resulting injuries and fatalities through increased, highly visible enforcement. Police will focus on occupant restraint, impaired driving, speeding and pedestrian safety. Efforts will be focused along State Route 69, as this is one of the busiest corridors in the quad city area. Prescott Valley Police would like to remind motorists and passengers it only takes a second or two to fasten a seat belt. A seatbelt could help save your life. The Prescott Valley Police Department would also like to remind everyone who drinks to have a designated driver. Be responsible and enjoy the holiday weekend. Please report suspected DUI, reckless, or unsafe driving to your local law enforcement. The Prescott Valley Police Department may be reached at (928) 772-9267 for non-emergencies or 911 for emergencies.

The Prescott Valley Police Department stands today on Peace Officers Memorial Day in memory of fellow officers who have died in the line of duty. "All gave some...some gave all."

Sign up for mobile Nixle emergency alerts from the Town of Prescott Valley by texting zip code 86314 to 888777.

Another wildfire is burning on Fain Road southbound. Emergency personnel are on scene, please avoid the area.

As of 6:30 pm, fire evacuations have been lifted for people to return home in Poquito Valley and Antelope Meadows. The 89E fire today burned 4,000 acres and numerous homes and outbuildings. At one point firefighters said the blaze was moving at 15 miles per hour. Fire conditions are expected to be extreme again tomorrow. Please be extra cautious and be prepared for emergencies.

FIRE UPDATE: the 89E fire north of Highway 89A has now consumed 4,000 acres. Portions of Antelope Meadows and Poquito Valley remain evacuated, and fire personnel are closely monitoring the fire as it heads north. An air tanker and helicopter are assisting fire personnel to fight the wildfire, which is being driven by high winds and extreme dry conditions.

PV POLICE ALERT - 89E FIRE: Prescott Valley Police, Yavapai County Jeep Posse and Deputies are now evacuating Antelope Meadows subdivision from Antelope Meadows Drive at Radcliffe from North to South. Please heed all instructions from emergency personnel.

These photos by Courier photographer Les Stukenberg show the line of fire that is still moving rapidly, threatening multiple homes in Poquito Valley.

PRESCOTT VALLEY FIRE EVACUATIONS A grass and brush fire started in Prescott Valley north of State Route 89A and west of Viewpoint Dr. this morning about 11 a.m. Fire crews from the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority, the Prescott Fire Department, and Prescott Wild Land Fire are on scene along with Prescott Valley Police Officers and Yavapai County Sheriff’s Deputies. Current Evacuations points: • The Viewpoint subdivision (west side of Viewpoint Drive) which is located north of state route 89A off of Viewpoint Drive (NOTE: THE VIEWPOINT EVACUATIONS HAVE BEEN LIFTED) • Poquito Valley (north of Acre Way). Evacuation shelter / location: Yavapai College (Prescott Campus) 1100 E. Sheldon St. Prescott, Arizona The Prescott Valley Police Department will update the media as information is developed. The Prescott Valley Police Department can be contacted at 928-772-9267 (non-emergency) or 911 for emergencies.

Several serious wildfires are burning north of Highway 89A near the Viewpoint subdivision. Traffic is backed up all along the highway. Please avoid the area if at all possible so firefighters and emergency personnel can do their job.

Prescott Valley Police assisted in a sendoff Sunday for about 100 National Guard soldiers. The parade honored Charlie Company 1-158 infantry, deploying to Afghanistan.

PVPD Animal Control Officer Evelyn Whittaker goes above and beyond to help...