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Community Policing Programs

Services

Child Safety Seat Inspections
Description: Motorcycle Officers provide an inspection of your Child Safety Seat to ensure it is safely installed. Please call the Police Department at 480-850-8200 to speak to our Motorcycle Officers to make an appointment.
Fees (registration, admission, etc.): None
Gender: NA
Ages: Infant and Youth
Grades: NA
Eligibility: NA
Number Served: Virtually Unlimited

Narcotics Awareness Presentations
Description: Officers provide presentation to Community members about current drugs of use, how to identify drugs and who can assist if a family member or friend may be using drugs. Please call the Police Department at 480-850-8200 in advance to schedule a date and time for a presentation.
Fees (registration, admission, etc.): None
Gender: NA
Ages: Youth and Adult
Grades: NA
Eligibility: NA
Number Served: Virtually Unlimited
Email: srpdpio@srpmic-nsn.gov
Contact Person: Det. O. Jakupi (Public Information / Community Relations)
Contact Number: 480-362-6309

Extra Patrol
Description: Officers who work your beat area (neighborhood) provide high visibility extra patrol. Please call the Police Department at 480-850-8200 to ask for extra patrol.
Fees (registration, admission, etc.): None
Gender: NA
Ages: NA
Grades: NA
Eligibility: NA
Number Served: Virtually Unlimited

Traffic Enforcement and Education Projects
Description: Motorcycle Officers provide extra high visibility enforcement and education with our "Speed Trailer" to reduce speeding or other traffic concerns. Please call the Police Department at 480-850-8200 to speak to our Motorcycle Officers to make arrangements.
Fees (registration, admission, etc.): None
Gender: NA
Ages: NA
Grades: NA
Eligibility: NA
Number Served: Virtually Unlimited

Funeral Escorts
Description: Officers provide traffic control for funeral procession within the SRPMIC. Please call the Police Department at 480-850-8200 to make arrangements.

Specific Programs

Neighborhood Block Watch
Description: Established in 1990, the Salt River Police Department provides education in the prevention and detection of crimes and has expanded to five neighborhoods which act as the "eyes and ears" of those areas in the Community for the Police Department.
Fees (registration, admission, etc.): None
Gender: NA
Ages: NA
Grades: NA
Eligibility: NA
Number Served: Virtually Unlimited
Email: srpdpio@srpmic-nsn.gov
Contact Person: Det. O. Jakupi (Public Information / Community Relations)
Contact Number: 480-362-6309

Citizen Observer (Ride-along) Program
Description: The Salt River Police Department, allows Community members to ride with uniform Police Officers, which provides the rider an invaluable insight into what duties the Police Officer performs and what services our Police Department provides to the Salt River Indian Community.
Fees (registration, admission, etc.): No registration fee, clean record for admission
Gender: NA
Ages: Between 16 and 18 (require parent or guardians written permission) and adults
Grades: NA
Eligibility: Certain conditions do apply, to include however not limited to:

  • Must complete Citizen Observer form and waiver form
  • No current warrants
  • No serious criminal record
Citizen Observer Application [Word Doc]

Number Served: Virtually Unlimited
Contact person: Front Desk (Monday through Friday, except holidays)
Contact number: 480-850-8200

Personal Safety Awareness Presentation
Description: Officers provide presentation to Community members about personal safety for home, work or driving. Please call the Police Department at 480-850-8200 in advance to schedule a date and time for a presentation.
Fees (registration, admission, etc.): None
Gender: NA
Ages: NA
Grades: NA
Eligibility: NA
Number Served: Virtually Unlimited
Email: srpdpio@srpmic-nsn.gov
Contact Person: Det. O. Jakupi (Public Information / Community Relations)
Contact Number: 480-362-6309

Merchant Safety Awareness Presentation
Description: Officers provide presentation to businesses about safety and preventing crime at businesses. Please call the Police Department at 480-850-8200 in advance to schedule a date and time for a presentation.
Fees (registration, admission, etc.): None
Gender: NA
Ages: NA
Grades: NA
Eligibility: NA
Number Served: Virtually Unlimited
Email: srpdpio@srpmic-nsn.gov
Contact Person: Det. O. Jakupi (Public Information / Community Relations)
Contact Number: 480-362-6309

Community United in Finding Fugitives (C.U.F.F. - CRIME STOPPERS PROGRAM)
Description: Established in 1994, the Salt River Police Department was the first in Indian Country Law Enforcement to begin a CRIME STOPPERS PROGRAM. The program allows individuals with information about any unsolved crime to call the program 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, remain anonymous and receive cash rewards of up to $1000 for information leading to the arrest or conviction of persons who have committed a crime. Since inception, several homicides, narcotics and trafficking cases have been solved. We don't need your name – we only need your information. It only takes one call to CUFF: 1-800-713-2833
Remember: We don't need your name, you may remain anonymous – we only need your information to solve crimes and you may be eligible for a cash reward up to $1,000.