Flagstaff Police Department

  • Agency: Flagstaff Police Department
  • Address: 911 E. Sawmill Rd., Flagstaff, 86001 AZ
  • Chief: Brent F Cooper (Chief of Police)
Phone: (928) 779-3646
Fax: (928) 213-3372

Flagstaff Police Department is located at 911 E. Sawmill Rd., Flagstaff, 86001 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Brent F Cooper. The Flagstaff Police Department phone number is (928) 779-3646.

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Kids and teens EAT FREE this summer at ANY Summer Café location! No questions asked. See below to find out where and when.

The Summer Café provides FREE meals for children and teens! No need for proof of residency or income. Anyone 18 and under can simply come to any Summer Café location in Flagstaff and enjoy a tasty, nutritious meal!

The Flagstaff Police Department enjoyed its time with the County Health Department at the "Kidical mass" where our Traffic Squad escorted a group of approximately 100 bicyclists. Everyone appeared to have a safe and fun time as they rode through west Flagstaff

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Flagstaff Police Department- MEDIA RELEASE Aggravated Assault FLAGSTAFF, Ariz (May 21, 2018)–The Flagstaff Police Department is investigating a stabbing that occurred at the 3000 block of North Rose Street. On 5-21-2018 at approximately 10:53 AM, the Flagstaff Police Department responded to the 3000 block of North Rose Street in reference to a report of a stabbing. Upon arrival a male stabbing victim was found with what appeared to be serious, but nonlife-threatening injuries. The suspect was described as a Native American female with a possible name of Rikki Verna Attakai, 22 years of age. She was last seen wearing a brown dress. She fled the scene on foot. Other witnesses saw the suspect running in the area near Coconino High School where she asked a student for a ride. Coconino High School staff ordered a shelter in place after learning of the incident. The suspect is still outstanding. This case is in its preliminary stages of the investigation and information is continuing to be developed. The Flagstaff Police Department is continuing to actively investigate this case. Please contact the Flagstaff Police Department at (928)774-1414 or Silent Witness at (928)774-6111 if you have any information about this case or the identity and whereabouts of the suspect.

Reminder TOMORROW marks the day of closures to some areas in Coconino County. FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., May 18, 2018, For Immediate Release – Coconino National Forest will temporarily close six large areas to public access beginning Wednesday (May 23) at 8 a.m. due to fire danger and for public safety.

Flagstaff Police Department- MEDIA RELEASE Aggravated Assault FLAGSTAFF, Ariz (May 21, 2018)–The Flagstaff Police Department is investigating a stabbing that occurred at the 3000 block of North Rose Street. On 5-21-2018 at approximately 10:53 AM, the Flagstaff Police Department responded to the 3000 block of North Rose Street in reference to a report of a stabbing. Upon arrival a male stabbing victim was found with what appeared to be serious, but nonlife-threatening injuries. The suspect was described as a Native American female with a possible name of Rikki Verna. She was last seen wearing a brown dress. She fled the scene on foot. Other witnesses saw the suspect running in the area near Coconino High School where she asked a student for a ride. Coconino High School staff ordered a shelter in place after learning of the incident. The suspect is still outstanding. This case is in its preliminary stages of the investigation and information is continuing to be developed. The Flagstaff Police Department is continuing to actively investigate this case. Please contact the Flagstaff Police Department at (928)774-1414 or Silent Witness at (928)774-6111 if you have any information about this case or the identity and whereabouts of the suspect.

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., May 18, 2018, For Immediate Release – Coconino National Forest will temporarily close six large areas to public access beginning Wednesday (May 23) at 8 a.m. due to fire danger and for public safety. Areas outside of the closures will remain in Stage 2 Fire Restrictions. Of these areas, four are located in the Flagstaff Ranger District, one in the Mogollon Rim Ranger District, and one in the Red Rock Ranger District. Flagstaff Ranger District • San Francisco Peaks/Mt. Elden area • Kelly Canyon area • Fay Canyon/Fisher Point area • Mormon Mountain area Mogollon Rim Ranger District • Mogollon Rim area south of state Route 87 Red Rock Ranger District • Fossil Creek area For details and maps of these specific closure areas and the boundaries, please visit https://bit.ly/2wTqzAv

Flagstaff Police Department - MEDIA RELEASE FLAGSTAFF, AZ (May 17, 2018): The Flagstaff Police Department received a decline report from Coconino County Attorney’s Office in reference to the Officer Involved Shooting that occurred on February 9, 2018 at 700 block of West Coconino Avenue. On February 9, 2018 at 8:52 PM a victim contacted the police department and informed them she had been confronted by a white male with a firearm at the 700 block of West Coconino Ave. Officers immediately responded and located a suspect matching the description the victim had provided. Police officers repeatedly demanded the man drop the firearm and not to wave it around or point it at anyone. After several minutes of the officers giving commands and the suspect failing to comply, the officers discharged their weapons and the suspect fell. After rendering medical-aid the suspect was pronounced deceased on scene. On May 4, 2018 the Coconino County Attorney’s Office declined to file charges against any of the officers involved in the incident clearing them of criminal wrongdoing. This decline report also outlines the circumstances in which police officers are legally justified in using deadly physical force according to state law. If you would like more detailed information the decline report has been posted at http://fpdtransparency.com/.

Flagstaff Police Department- MEDIA RELEASE Arson Investigations FLAGSTAFF, Ariz –The Flagstaff Police Department has responded to multiple reports of arson in and near the Country Club Neighborhood. The Flagstaff Police Department has responded to four fires that are suspected to be arson between 5-14-2018 and 5-16-2018 in the Country Club Neighborhood. The first report occurred at the 4500 block of Wild Elk Trail. The fire burned a 20-foot circular area in the field near this location. Fire Department officials determined it to be human caused. The second report occurred at the 2300 block of North Broken Loop Circle Road. The fire was set on the side of a hill near this location and burned a 10 X 10 foot square area on the ground. The third report occurred at the 4400 block of East Meadowview Lane near the Broken Loop fire. This fire burned a 50 X 50 foot area on the ground. The fourth report occurred at the 2700 block of North Rio De Flag Drive. This fire measured approximately 3 X 1 feet. The Flagstaff Police Department is asking the public for assistance on these cases. If you witnessed any suspicious or criminal activity or have heard who may be responsible for these fires please contact the Flagstaff Police Department at (928)774-1414 or Silent Witness at (928)774-6111.

Justin Young and Valerie Kraft

It is with great sadness today the Flagstasff Police Department learned they lost a friend and family member. Ms. Christina Anaya. Christina volunteered her time at the PD for more than 12 years. She has worked in Records, National Night Out and other community events and assigned to the Detective section going through pawn slips! Her smile and fun attitude will surely be missed. Thank you for your service and commitment to our community. We are all lucky to know you.

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. We will never forget the fallen and thank them for their service. Officer Jeff Moritz and Officer Tyler Stewart will forever be in our hearts. If you see an officer - make sure to thank them for protecting our community!

Happy Mother’s Day to all you lovely moms!

Congratulations NAU GRADS! We applaud you for your hard work and commitment to completing this amazing achievement. Stay safe and drink responsibly!

The Flagstaff Police Department would like to thank Cub Scout Pack 7227 for their generous donation of stuffed animals to be handed out to kids in need as officers come across them. Some of these toys have been shared with other non-profit social service entities to expand their impact and verify they are place in the appropriate care. Thank You

The Flagstaff Police Department has been receiving many complaints in the following areas and is will vigilantly be looking for traffic violations. 1. Rio Grande 2. High Country 3. Birch and Humphreys 4. Walnut Hills 5. Santa Fe 6. Empire 7. Milton/Butler 8. Hunt/Leroux 9. Peakview 10. Zuni 11. US180 from Sechrist school to Forest 12. Mems School 13. BASIS school/Pinecliff 14. Demiguel School 15. Turquoise Drive 16. Clay Ave 17. Thomas School 18. Trails End/Dodge Please be respectful and patient while traveling to ensure the safety of our schools and residential neighborhoods.

Good Monday Morning! We all need a laugh to start our week off right. This weekend Officer Tomperi was able to show off his dance moves for Cinco de Mayo. We love our community and we love our officers who show off their dance moves! Have a great week Flagstaff!!! https://youtu.be/RdmBvDzAUjI

The Flagstaff Police Department is asking that motorists obey all laws and remain aware while driving. As of May 1st the ten most dangerous intersections in Flagstaff are: 1. Milton Rd. and Butler Ave. 2. Route 66 and Ponderosa Parkway 3. Route 66 and Fanning Dr. 4. N Hwy 89 and Marketplace Dr. 5. N Hwy 89 and Country Club Dr. 6. N Hwy 89 and Smoke Rise Dr. 7. Route 66 and Humphreys Str. 8. Butler and Lone Tree Rd. 9. Milton Rd. and Forest Meadows Ave. 10. Huntington Dr. and Fourth Str. Please use due caution while driving to ensure everyone arrives alive and without injury.

Today is the day! Let's all take care of our forest together!