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    Safewise designates Prescott Valley 9th safest city in Arizona

    The Town of Prescott Valley has been officially declared the #9 safest city in the state of Arizona by Safewise.com. Read on...
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    Fraud and Identity Theft prevention and resources

    As we move into the new year this month, the Prescott Valley Police Department would like to remind people to keep a close watch on their personal identifying information. Read on...
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    Reckless driver hits child bicyclist

    On Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 3:15 PM, a Prescott Valley Police Officer observed a reckless driver hit a child riding a bicycle in the crosswalk at Robert Road and Loos Drive. The child fortunately suffered no injuries. Read on...
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    Impaired driver hits Prescott Valley police officer

    On Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, a Prescott Valley Police Officer was traveling eastbound on Spouse Drive at N. Miner Road when an oncoming car drove into his lane. The officer swerved to avoid being struck head-on but was hit on the side of his patrol car. Read on...
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    TRAFFIC ALTERCATION LEADS TO SHOOTING

    Two drivers heading northbound on Robert Rd. got into a traffic altercation. A collision occurred, and both drivers exited their vehicles and got into a physical confrontation, during which a weapon was discharged, causing injury to one of the drivers. Read on...
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    Police ask public's help to locate missing person

    On Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021 at about 5 p.m., Travis Robertson was reported missing from the Crisis Stabilization Unit in Prescott Valley by the house manager of his group home in Mayer. Read on...
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    Prescott Valley Police announce new traffic hotline

    In order to better serve the community, the Prescott Valley Police Department Traffic Unit has implemented a new phone-in hotline specifically for traffic-related issues. Read on...
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    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS ON THE RISE; HELP IS AVAILABLE

    The Prescott Valley Police Department has recently experienced an increase in domestic violence incidents. In November 2019 PVPD responded to 23 domestic violence incidents, as compared to November 2020 when we responded to 53, a 130% increase. Read on...
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    DON'T BE A VICTIM OF COVID FRAUD

    The FBI and the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of Inspector General have been issuing alerts about the increase in Coronavirus fraud. Read on...
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