See Santa Cruz County AZ Police Departments and search free public police records. Police departments, precincts, stations, and public safety departments are law enforcement institutions which enforce laws and keep public order.
Nogales Police Department 777 North Grand Avenue Nogales AZ 85621 520-287-9111
Patagonia Marshals Office 287 McKeown Avenue Patagonia AZ 85624 520-394-2091
Santa Cruz County Police Departments have records of all Police arrests, incident reports, and Police warrants in Santa Cruz County, AZ. Santa Cruz County Police Departments make these public records available to the public through direct requests and online databases.Santa Cruz County Arrest Records
Police Departments keep Santa Cruz County arrest records and incident reports. Santa Cruz County Arrest reports include basic information about the arrest, such as the names of those arrested, the location, the number of charges, and the bail amount, if any. If an individual resisted arrest or the officer used force, this will be recorded in the arrest report.Santa Cruz County Accident Reports
Incident reports are records of Police action that did not involve an arrest, such as Santa Cruz County accident reports, citizen reports of crimes, and 911 calls for assistance. These reports list the time, nature of the incident, any injuries or weapons found at the scene, and where in Santa Cruz County, Arizona the incident occurred.Santa Cruz County Police Logs
Arrest reports and incident reports are often included in Santa Cruz County Police logs. These summary logs are typically available to the Santa Cruz County public, and they can be searched through online databases maintained by local Police Departments in Santa Cruz County, AZ.Santa Cruz County Warrant Records
Police Departments also keep records of Santa Cruz County search warrants and arrest warrants. Search warrants include a description of the items the Police are seeking, the Santa Cruz County judge's approval for the warrant, and a list of items seized by the officers during the search. Santa Cruz County Arrest warrants include the name of the accused, the alleged crime, and the Santa Cruz County Court that approved the warrant. These warrants are also court documents, so if the Police Department cannot provide copies, you can request these records from the Santa Cruz County Court.Contact Santa Cruz County Police Departments
Santa Cruz County Police Departments provide public access to certain Police records on their website. For other Police records, including Santa Cruz County arrest reports or body camera footage, you may need to contact the Police Department and fill out a public records request.