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    Caution: Watch for students walking in low light conditions

    The Prescott Valley Police Department is asking motorists to be aware of children walking to their bus stops or to school during our dark morning hours. Read on...
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    Prescott Valley's four newest K9s certified and excelling on patrol

    Prescott Valley Police Department’s four new K9s, the most the program has ever had, came on board in Summer 2018. All are now on patrol and making a difference in fighting crime in our community. Read on...
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    One Mind Pledge

    Prescott Valley Police partner with other agencies to provide awareness, assistance in mental health crises. Read on...
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    Sign Up for Emergency Alerts

    Stay updated on the latest emergency notifications by signing up for Nixle. Additional Info...
  5. Police Officer Ryan Springs With Award

    2018 Officer of the Year Ryan Spriggs

    Congressman Paul Gosar visited Prescott Valley Council on Thursday, August 8 to honor Detective Ryan Spriggs, Prescott Valley Police Department's 2018 Officer of the Year. Gosar has honored the Officer of the Year for two years now. Read on...
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    National Night Out

    The Prescott Valley Police Department, town staff, mayor, and council members attended National Night Out on August 6. Read on...
  7. Interim Police Chief James Edelstein with Schoolchildren

    Back to School Safety

    Our children have returned to school, and as part of our commitment to student and community safety, the Prescott Valley Police Department offers tips to stay safe. Read on...
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