Community Programs & Resources

The Eloy Police Department is dedicated to providing non-traditional assistance to community members. Sergeant Brian Jerome acts as liaison with various community groups and projects and if you have any questions about the listed subjects please contact him directly at 520-464-3458.
  1. Alarm Permits

    The objection is to alleviate the false alarm problem, thereby redirecting public safety resources to more effectively serve the community as a whole.

  2. Fingerprinting

    Get information for fingerprinting services and fees.

  3. Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods

    G.A.I.N. is an event designed to unite neighbors and communities to help create safer neighborhoods.

  4. Identity Theft

    Identity Theft occurs when someone takes or uses another person’s personal identifying information such as their name, social security number, driver’s license, or financial account information.

  5. Neighborhood Watch

    Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of the residents in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime in their communities.

  6. Prescription Drug Take Back

    Citizens looking to dispose of excess and expired prescription and over-the-counter medications can now visit the safe and secure permanent drop off location at the Eloy Police Department.

  7. Sex Offender Notification

    Arizona state law requires city and county law enforcement agencies to notify the community when certain sex offenders move into their local jurisdictions.

  8. Vehicle Impoundment Information

    Get information about what to do if your vehicle is impounded.

  9. Watch Your Car Program

    The Watch Your Car decal program is a free, voluntary program whereby Arizona vehicle owners enroll their vehicles with the Arizona Automobile Theft Authority.

  10. Smart911

    A free service to deliver citizen--provided information to dispatchers as soon as a 9-1-1 call is placed.