“The men and women of the Florence Police Department stand firm in our pursuit for justice and public trust. We will stay true to our mission of providing service and safety to our community with Honor, Respect, and Integrity. We are committed to providing fair and equal treatment to those we encounter.”
The primary function of the police department of the Town of Florence and the reason for its existence is to protect life and property, maintain social order and enforce the laws of the State of Arizona and the Ordinances of the Town of Florence. We will serve and protect all people within our jurisdiction with respect, fairness and compassion with customer service as our approach. We will investigate problems and incidents, seek resolutions and foster a sense of security and safety in our neighborhoods.
We will maintain the public trust by holding ourselves to the highest standards of performance and ethics. We are dedicated to providing a quality work environment and the development of its members through effective training and leadership. We will foster an atmosphere that promotes employee well-being. Working in partnership with the community, we will continually strive to improve and enhance the quality and delivery of our services within our community.
Fingerprinting Services at the Florence Police Department
The service will be available on Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The cost is $6.00. At this time only cash or money orders will be accepted for any costs associated with fingerprinting.
Residents can use this service when they are required by their employer to acquire a set of fingerprints, if they need a set of finger prints to obtain a passport, or for a variety of other reasons. If you would like more information about this service, contact the Town of Florence Police Department at (520) 868-7681.
The Volunteer in Police Service Program is a National Organization supported by many law enforcement agencies throughout the United States. The purpose of the program is to assist the law enforcement agencies with non-criminal activities.
Prospective volunteers are required to submit an application, be fingerprinted and are subjected to a background check. Upon completing proper training, the volunteer may assist in traffic control for accident scenes, crime scene security, fire scenes security, commercial vehicle inspections, and special events and a variety of other programs. Volunteer applications are available at the Police Department. If you have questions
regarding Volunteers please contact Sgt. Morris at (520) 868-7633 or Deanna Husk at (520) 868-7660
If your vehicle was impounded by an officer of the Florence Police Department please carefully read the information the officer gave the driver of the vehicle at the time of the impound for instructions. This page provides some additional information to frequently asked questions on this topic. We hope this information assists you throughout the process. Impound Hearings will take place on Tuesday and Thursday from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on a first come first serve basis.
Monday – Thursday: 9:00- a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Please contact Ken Contreras at (520) 868 7613
Please note that all reports take at least five (5) working days to be processed before they are available in records for release.
Your report will be mailed or available for pick-up within three (3) working days from your request, providing the report has been processed and/or is available for release.
Certain reports cannot be released without a court order.
$6.00 for Non-Confidential Reports
$6.00 for Traffic Accident Reports
For cost of information not listed above, please contact the Records Divison.
Payment Method: Cash or Money order. Do Not send cash through the mail.
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ADOT will complete the installation of the new traffic signal at the intersection of Highway 79 and Diversion Dam Road on Tuesday, September 19th. The final steps include the striping of lanes in both directions ...
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|Lt. Terry Tryon|
Support Service Manager
|Sgt. D. Campbell|
Patrol / Beat#2 / K9
|Sgt. D. Peterson|
Patrol / Beat#1
|Sgt. P. Riccomini|
|Sgt. R. Klix|
|Sgt. S. Morris|
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