Records

The Police Records Section serves as the central repository for incident, arrest and traffic records prepared by department personnel. Records assists the general public, department personnel, representatives from other agencies in obtaining police related information; provides copies of police reports to citizens, insurance companies, lawyers, city prosecutor, county attorney, victim witness, etc; reviews and enters data from police reports into the computerized records management system; handles warrants, subpoenas, summons and related paperwork, completes mandated state and federal monthly validations of all police department entries into state and federal databases; ensures proper disposal of confidential materials and reports that have met state purge criteria and images records for retention purposes. Clerks must be certified on the Arizona Criminal Justice Information System and National Crime Information System. FBI National, Arizona State and Prescott Local reports are disseminated from the Records Section.

Resources

Prescott City Code
Arizona State Revised Statutes

CONTACT

  • Police
  • Police Admin
  • Police Department

    222 S Marina St

  • 928-777-1900
  • Non-Emergency Number: 928-445-3131
  • Barking Dog Hotline: 928-777-1DOG (1364)
  • 928-778-3739

FAQ

  • The Prescott Police Department does not do fingerprinting but you can contact the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, Yavapai College if you are a student and or the Prescott Valley Police Department for their dates, times and cost.

  • The best way to find this information is to contact the courts directly. Because we cannot verify identity over the telephone, we can’t release the information if you call. If you come to Records in person, we are required to notify an officer and you may be arrested.

  • Answer: No – not unless a child is locked in the vehicle; police and fire do not respond to keys locked in a vehicle.

  • Contact our Records Section (928 777-1988) and they will give you guidelines for obtaining a copy of a police report.

  • We are open to the public from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday through Friday.

  • Yavapai County Jail- Camp Verde (928 567-7734)

  • We are located at 222 South Marina, Prescott, Arizona 86303.

NEWS

The Prescott Police Department Participates in the Pink Patch Project

Posted on October 1, 2018

The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative effort between public safety agencies throughout the nation designed to raise public awareness and funds for breast cancer education, research, and treatment. In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, members of… Read more »

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