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Thomas E. Kelly, Chief of Police
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Physical Address: 1001 N. Idaho Rd.
Mailing Address: 300 E. Superstition Blvd.
Apache Junction, AZ  85119

Ph: (480) 982-8260
Fax: (480) 983-1632

Hours
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
Welcome to the Apache Junction Police Department.

This site provides information on operations and resources of the Apache Junction Police Department.

The site is divided by divisions and units. Within some divisions and units you will find a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section. These sections are intended to answer some of the more frequently asked questions of Department personnel.
 
View the map to the Apache Junction Police Department.

Report a Tip- If You See Something, Say Something
Tip411
Non-Emergency Number: (480) 982-8260

The Apache Junction Police Department works closely with the community to help reduce crime in Apache Junction. We ask that you report anything that looks suspicious: you have a better idea of what looks suspicious in your neighborhoods than anyone else.

If you have information related to crimes occurring within the city, you can submit an anonymous
tip through Citizen Observer.

Reasons to submit a tip:
  • Criminal Activity
  • Drug Activity
  • Information on wanted persons

Ways to submit a tip:

RAIDS Online – a Crime Map for the Public
RAIDS online
What is it?
Raidsonline.com is an online mapping program that shows criminal activity and notifies users of criminal activity in a specific area.

What does it show?
It shows Arson, Assault, Burglary, Disorderly Conduct, DUI, Fraud, Vehicle Theft, Homicide, Sex Crimes, Theft, Vandalism and other incidents that have occurred in the City of Apache Junction.

How to use it?
Go to website; click on AZ; click on “Apache Junction”.  For information about an incident, click on the icon.  To report information on a specific case, click on “submit an anonymous tip” after clicking the icon.  

BENEFITS: 
  • Shows crimes occurring in/around your home.
  • Allows notification via email if crime occurs close to home.
  • Allows citizens to assist the police department in catching criminals by submitting information they may have heard or seen.
  
For emergencies dial 911 and Non-emergency (480) 982-8260

Public Fingerprinting
Fingerprint
The Apache Junction Police Department provides public fingerprinting services to citizens living in the area.

Where? The fingerprinting is done at the Apache Junction Police Department, 1001 N. Idaho Rd.

When? Wednesdays from 12-4 p.m. (excluding holidays)

What do I need? Bring photo identification (such as a driver’s license or passport), fingerprint card (if you are issued one) and any other materials you were instructed to bring with you, and form of payment.

Cost? The fee is $10 per card (cash, check, credit card, or money order).

The Apache Junction Police Department is available 24 hours a day at (480) 982-8260 to answer any further questions.

Do You Know Me?- AJPD seeks your assitance
Jane Doe
The Apache Junction Police is seeking your help in solving a cold case.

On August 6, 1992, the heavily decomposed body of a female was found in the desert area south of US 60 and west of Idaho Road in Apache Junction, Arizona.

Please take a look at th e flyer and if you recognize the facial rendering, the clothes, or anay other details described in the flyer, please contact Apache Junction Police Department at (480) 982-8260.

View more information here.

ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) Most Wanted
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations is seeking assistance in locating fugitives for prosecution.  Homeland Security Investigations is responsible for combating a broad range of crimes against the United States and will apply all appropriate means to prosecute those who perpetrate them.

Homeland Security Investigations is vigorously pursuing efforts to apprehend fugitives who are deemed threats to national security.

Below is a link to the ICE Most Wanted fugitives page.  ICE is asking your assistance in locating these people.  If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of the persons listed on their site, you are asked to notify them (contact info on their site) or your local law enforcement agency.  Citizens should not approach these folks for safety reasons.

ICE Most Wanted


Missing Property
LostFound
If you are missing some property and there is a possibility that the Police Department Property and Evidence section may have it, click the below link to get more information.

The link below is a list of items in possession of the police department.  This list will be regularly updated.

Found Property

Offender Watch- See the Sex Offenders living in your area
Sex Offender Watch
This link will connect you to the Offender Watch program which monitors and tracks Sex Offenders within the city of Apache Junction. This site is updated on a daily basis. Citizens having questions regarding offenders can call the Sex Offender Monitoring Unit with the Criminal Investigations Division, Detective Chad Southwick at (480) 474-8582.

Sex Offender quick link.

Start by Believing- AJPD's commitment to victim's of sexual assault
StartByBelieving

Start by Believing is a public awareness campaign uniquely focused on the public response to sexual assault. Because a friend or family member is typically the first person a victim confides in after an assault, each individual’s personal reaction is the first step in a long path toward justice and healing. Knowing how to respond is critical—a negative response can worsen the trauma and foster an environment where sexual assault predators face zero consequences for their crimes.
 
Apache Junction Police Department was one of the first agencies in the state of Arizona to pledge to Start By Believing. We ask you to join us by making your own personal pledge.

Click here for more information.


Apache Junction Police Department supports the Arizona Special Olympics
Special Olympics
Law Enforcement Torch Run
The Arizona Law Enforcement Torch Run raises funds and awareness for Special Olympics statewide. Click here for more information on this event.

Special Olympics Fuel of Dreams
The Special Olympics Fuel of Dreams event raises money to help fulfill athlete's dreams all year round. During these events, Law Enforcement Officers state wide clean windsheilds and pump gas to help raise funds and awareness for this organization. To learn more about this event and when it will be held, click here.