PO Box 308
Clarkdale, AZ 86324
24-Hour Animal Control: 928-634-2921
Email: Clarkdale Police Department
Randy S. Taylor
Administrative Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
THE POLICE DEPARTMENT LOBBY IS CURRENTLY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.
POLICE DEPARTMENT STAFF
Derek Johnston, G.I.I.T.E.M. Detective
Mike Brundridge, Lead Officer, School Resource Officer
Sean Guth, Patrol Officer
Carlos Godina, Patrol Officer
Ryun Deming, Patrol Officer
Gilbert Bustamante, Patrol Officer
Randall Fricke, Patrol Officer
Jacqueline Montijo, Animal Control Officer/Cadet
Bailey Aston, Police Aide
Police Outreach Program (POP) neighborhood map
The Clarkdale Police Department's Police Outreach Program (POP) promotes neighborhood interaction and enhances the quality of life in our historic community. Contact your designated neighborhood police officer in non-emergency situations or when you have questions about local laws.
Each neighborhood's police officer will host a Neighborhood Block Party in his district for residents of that area to gather and meet their neighbors and members of the Clarkdale Police Department. This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of just one of the things that make Clarkdale a unique community!
|Officer Sean Guth
Upper Clarkdale, Downtown, Mountain Gate and Centerville
Officer Gilbert Bustamante
Panorama, Foothills Terrace, and Foothills
|Officer Carlos Godina
Lower Clarkdale, Patio Park, Palisades, Bent River and Verde River
|Officer Ryun Deming
Yavapai College, Black Hills, Haskell Springs, Crossroads, and Mingus View
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 and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us.
To obtain a police report, complete the Report Request Form and email it to email@example.com or call us. We will contact you when the report is ready.
2021 dog license renewals will not be available until the lobby reopens to the public. Until then, your 2020 dog license will still be valid. However, be sure your dog's rabies vaccination is current.
Annual dog licenses are required in the Town of Clarkdale. If you don't have a 2020 dog license, please call us to complete the transaction by mail. The cost is $5 per dog ($10 per intact dog), and $5 late fee for 2020 licenses issued after January 31, 2020. Cash or check only.
Fingerprinting service is suspended until further notice.
Dump the Drugs
Secure prescription and non-prescription drug disposal is suspended until further notice.
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.