SRPD Reports
What is the Process When Dogs Attack and What Should People Do?
By Richie Corrales
It is very common to see dogs roaming freely within the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Many people are used to seeing them wandering around, and a lot of the dogs belong to people who live nearby. However, some are strays that get dropped off in the Community by non-tribal members.
 
Cops on Top
By Sgt. Louis Lombari
Salt River Police Department
On Saturday, June 27, volunteers from the Salt River Police Department, along with friends and family, participated in the Annual “Cops on Top” Humphreys Peak climb in the San Francisco Peaks north of Flagstaff. With more than 150 volunteers making the trek, we all showed our support for the Concerns of Police Officers Survivors Program, known to many of you as “C.O.P.S.” Our climb was to honor the memories of those heroes who have lost their lives in the line of duty while protecting others.
 
Monthly Crime Stats
By Salt River Police Department
The Uniform Crime Report (UCR) program was established in the 1920s by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) to standardize crime reporting nationally, this report has become the Country's leading crime indicator, this is the reason the Salt River Police Department lists these particular crimes. .