Buckeye Police Department

  • Agency: Buckeye Police Department
  • Address: 100 N. Apache Suite D, Buckeye, 85326 AZ
  • Chief: Mark Mann (Chief of Police)
Phone: 623-349-6499
Fax:

Buckeye Police Department is located at 100 N. Apache Suite D, Buckeye, 85326 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Mark Mann. The Buckeye Police Department phone number is 623-349-6499.

Buckeye Police Department News

The Buckeye Police Department is asking for assistance in locating Runaway Juvenile, 17 year old Mario Rodriguez. Mario was last seen at his residence in the Riata West community of Buckeye on 10/31/2018 about 12:00pm. If you know the whereabouts of Mario or have information on where he may be, please contact Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400 or email bpdtips@buckeyeaz.gov. Thank you

BPD BRIEFING FOR - OPERATION SAFE HALLOWEEN: Buckeye police will kick off "Operation Safe Halloween" at 6 p.m. tonight. Additional officers and BPD's Citizens on Patrol will be out and about and highly visible throughout the city and in focus areas expected to attract thousands of trick-or-treaters. Motorists are asked to please take extra precaution as you make your way around the city. Have a Spooktacular night!

Happy Halloween! Here are some tips from BPD to help make tonight a safe one for everyone. Motorists ... be on the look out for little ghosts and goblins. Make tonight's "rush hour" ... "slow hour."

Check out these upcoming events put on my Hands 4 Paws and Youngker High School PTA. Funds raised from these events will help purchase a Kevlar vest for Buckeye Police Department K9, Cliff.

BPD ARREST MAN SUSPECTED OF CHILD SEX ABUSE A Buckeye man is behind bars booked on 36 felony counts involving sexual abuse, sexual assault and molestation. On Monday, October 29th, 2018, Buckeye Police arrested 34-year-old Ruben Gomez of Buckeye, after more than three weeks of investigating allegations that he sexually abused, sexually assaulted and molested two young victims. The allegations were brought to the attention of Buckeye police when a juvenile female disclosed to an adult at her elementary school. During the course of the investigation, detectives learned of a second involved juvenile female who reported Gomez has been engaging in sexual conduct with her for approximately 10 years. Detectives served a search warrant on Gomez’s home and obtained evidence related to the offenses. Gomez is being held on $75,000 cash bond.

Domestic violence affects us all. Join Governor Doug Ducey in taking a stand against domestic violence and visit itcanstop.az.gov to learn more about how you can make a difference and put an end to domestic violence. #EndDVinAZ https://vimeo.com/147783300

BPD is ready to accept your unwanted, unused and expired prescription drugs. Yuma & Dean at BPD Headquarters. 10a - 2p

Tomorrow is the day to drop off your drugs! Do your part to keep unwanted, unused and expired prescription drugs out of the wrong hands. BPD will be collecting them at headquarters, Yuma and Dean from 10a - 2p. National Rx Take back Day.

Come join us raise money for Special Olympics. Fry's gas at Watson and Yuma. #fuelofdreams

Joins Buckeye Police and Az DOC officers for #FieldofDreams. They will be pumping gas from 3p - 7p at the Fry's on Watson and Yuma for donations to Special Olympics Arizona. Any donation $20 or more will enter you into a drawing for $500 Fry's gift card.

One or more children witness a domestic violence incident every 44 minutes in the U.S. If you or someone you know may be a victim of domestic violence, visit DomesticShelters.org today to find resources near you that can help.

**Update, This juvenile has been safely located** The Buckeye Police Department is asking for assistance in locating Runaway Juvenile, 16 year old Annalyse Christian. If you know the whereabouts of Annalyse or have information on where she may be, please contact Buckeye Police Department tip line at 623-349-6411 or email bpdtips@buckeyeaz.gov. Thank you

Got Drugs???? Bring them to Buckeye PD this Saturday. Do your part to curb the opioid crisis by turning in your unwanted, unused and expired prescription drugs so they don't get into the wrong hands.

Great turnout over the weekend for Buckeye PD's G.A.I.N. 2018 Event. We love our community.

Children who witness domestic violence at home can learn to see it as normal behavior. They are also at higher risk to become the next generation of abusers and victims. Take a stand against domestic violence. Learn how you can make your voice heard at itcanstop.az.gov

BPD G.A.I.N event in full swing! Grab the kids and come on out. LOWES parking lot on Watson and I-10. Here till 8 pm.

JOIN US TONIGHT for the Buckeye Police and Fire G.A.I.N. family event! See you there.

Emergency Water Shutdown The City of Buckeye Water Department is currently working an emergency shut down. This affects the area between 295th Ave and 299th Ave on Pierce St (just north I-10 off Sun Valley Pkwy). This is expected to last about 4 hours.

Mayor Meck and Council honored Dispatch Supervisor Margie Castelamare Tuesday night for her incredible 24 yrs of service to the Buckeye Police Department. Thank you, Margie!

Tomorrow, October 18 is Wear Purple Day. Join survivors and all those who are taking a stand against domestic violence by wearing purple to help raise awareness. #LightingAZPurple

REMINDER: Today in Sundance. Tonight in Verrado. Tomorrow in Festival.

Buckeye Police Officer Aaron Price was recently honored as MADD Officer of the Year. This is the 2nd year in a row Ofc. Price earned this recognition. Your department and community are proud of you sir!

Buckeye Police Officers Rick's and Radloff at Saturday's breast cancer 5k in Verrado. Check out their #pinkpatchproject. There are still some of the limited edition patches left. Get yours today! $10 bpdinfo@buckeyeaz.gov. Proceeds go to City of Hope.

UPDATE ON ROAD CLOSURES: OPEN: YUMA RD & VERRADO WAY 9TH ST & MONROE TUTHILL & YUMA MILLER & LOWER BUCKEYE RD VAN BUREN & PERRYVILLE

ADDITIONAL ROAD CLOSURES: Miller Rd. & Lower Buckeye Rd. Van Buren St. & Perryville Rd. FLOODING BE CAUTIOUS: Yuma Rd. & Jackrabbit Trail Yuma Rd. & Dean Rd. 224th Dr. & Loma Linda Blvd 9th St. & Monroe