Police Department Staff
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Police Outreach Program (POP)
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The Clarkdale Police Department's Police Outreach Program (POP) promotes neighborhood interaction and enhances the quality of life in our historic town. Contact your designated neighborhood police officer in non-emergency situations or when you have questions about local laws.
Each officer will host a Neighborhood Block Party in his or her district for residents to gather and meet their neighbors and members of the police department. This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of just one of the things that make Clarkdale a unique community!
For a sense of security when leaving town, for a few days or up to a maximum of one month, complete the House Watch Form (PDF) and email the Police Department, or drop it off at the Police Department.
To obtain a police report, complete the Report Request Form (PDF) and email the Police Department or drop it off at the Police Department. We will contact you when the report is ready. Reports are $5 for the first 20 pages, and $5 for each set of 20 pages after that, payable by cash or check only.
Annual dog licenses are required in the Town of Clarkdale per Town Code Section 6-2-1. Complete the 2023 Dog License Form (PDF) and bring it to the Police Department along with the dog's current rabies vaccination certificate. You may also email the Police Department to request a license. The cost is $5 per dog ($10 per unspayed/unneutered dog). Cash or check only.
There is a $5 late fee for 2023 dog licenses issued after January 31, 2023. This late fee is waived for residents who have moved to Clarkdale after January 31, 2023 or who have obtained their dog after January 31, 2023.
Fingerprinting is offered at the police department on Wednesdays between 1 and 5 p.m.; no appointment required during this time. Please bring a government-issued photo ID and $15 per fingerprint card (cash or check only). We can provide standard fingerprint cards (FBI Form FD-258) with fingerprinting service.
Contact the Arizona Department of Public Safety for questions about fingerprint clearance cards.
Dump the Drugs
Secure prescription and non-prescription drug disposal is available in our lobby during regular business hours. Pour pills into a plastic bag and discard bottles at home. No liquids, creams, or inhalers are accepted in the drug drop box.
- Arizona DPS Sex Offender Information Center - locate registered sex offenders in your neighborhood
- Explore Your Options - resource for victims of sexual assault. Access victim services anonymously to gather information, make decisions and take action when you are ready.