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Ever wonder who to call when your neighbor's dog won't stop barking past midnight? Ever wish you could report graffiti in your neighborhood? Look no further. Thanks to our very own Stephanie Scovell, this list has every number you should ever need. Let us know if you have one that you don't see here.

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Phone numbers for emergency services and other civic services in Laveen, AZ

Non-Criminal Blight Issues

File your complaint directly to The Neighborhood Services Division

This information was provided by Officer Centenius Billingslea, Community Action Officer in the Estrella Mountain Precinct. Thanks, Officer Billingslea!

Are you being affected by Non-Criminal Blight Issues? Broken Windows, Tall Weeds, Fences in Disrepair, Trash and Litter? Open Vacant Houses, Outdoor Storage, Working Without Permits? Vehicle Storage?

You can report these matters directly to the City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services Department Preservation Division at http://phoenix.gov/EMAIL/appblght.html.

Crime Statistics Available for Citizens

Information that is available from CARU for citizen requests

This information was provided by Officer Kristyna Peter, Community Programs Coordinator for the Phoenix Police Department in the Estrella Moutain Precinct. Thanks so much, Kristyna!

The Phoenix Police Department’s Crime Analysis and Research Unit (CARU) provides crime and traffic information to meet a wide variety of departmental and community needs. CARU is responsible for monitoring the level of crime in the city, providing on-going reports on changes in crime and traffic patterns across the city, and in specific geographic areas and using data and analysis to assist in crime suppression efforts to help make Phoenix the “Safest Major City.”

CARU works closely with the Public Records Detail in providing information available through the Public Records law.

All citizen requests for information must be submitted via the Public Records Counter by mail, fax, or email. Based on the type of request there may be a fee; however, for many types of information there is no cost.

Mailing Address: Public Records, 1717 E Grant St #100, Phoenix, AZ 85034
Phone: (602) 534-1127 Fax: (602) 534-4599
Email: public.records.ppd@phoenix.gov
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday, except for city holidays.
You can find more information at http://phoenix.gov/POLICE/pub1.html

Requests should include:
  • Requestor’s name, address, and phone number
  • Address(es) or area requested
  • Date range
  • Type of information sought (calls for service, traffic collisions, etc.)
  • Address or email where they want the information sent (if different from requestor’s address)
  • Requests must be for non-commercial purposes
The Public Records Detail provides the following fee based services:
  • Fingerprint Services
  • Letter of Clearance/Review of Criminal History
  • Copies of Departmental Reports or Other Reports Released Under the Public Records Law

CARU tries to complete requests promptly and most requests are completed and disseminated in less than two weeks.

Available Information through CARU

Calls for Police Service:
  • Available for a rolling 10-year period
  • The fields that are included in most citizen calls for service requests are: Address, Date, Time Call was Received, Incident Number, Radio Code, Final Call Type, and Disposition
Traffic Collision Data:
  • Traffic collision data is currently available for 1995 through mid-2010
  • Collision data generally runs several months behind due to changes in statewide reporting practices
  • Collision reports for parties involved can be viewed on-line (see the public record webpage for more information) https://secure.phoenix.gov/phxssld/tars/home.jsf
Traffic Citation Data:
  • Citation data is available from 1998 forward
Crime Data:
  • Crime data includes counts in an area based on Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) criteria Part One crimes. Part One violent crimes include criminal homicide, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault. Part One property crimes include motor vehicle theft, burglary, arson, and theft/larceny.
  • To protect victim confidentiality, crime data is not provided to citizens by specific addresses. Instead, crime data is available at the police grid level. (Grids are approximately ¼ square mile in size.)
  • UCR crime data is available for 1996 to present
  • UCR reporting criteria can be found at http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/ucr

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