Eagar Police Department
The Eagar Police Department supplies emergency and community police services to the Town of Eagar. Services provided include the School Resourse Officer (SRO) assigned to the Round Valley Schools, Civilian Volunteer Patrol (CVP) Program, Reading In School (RIS) Program, Save Our Seniors (SOS) Program, Citizen Police Academy, House Watch Program and Animal Control Services through the Animal Control Division.
We are committed to provide professional police services in partnership with the community, to promote safety and enhance our quality of life, while holding ourselves to the highest standards of performance and ethics.
Provide exceptional service to the citizens of Eagar.
Work proactively to reduce crime, solve problems and reduce traffic complaints and collisions.
Strive to treat all persons contacted with respect and fairness, with the understanding that mistakes will inadvertently be made. We will review those mistakes and take the needed corrective actions to prevent similiar problems in the future.
Strive to treat all Town of Eagar employees and volunteers with the same respect and fairness given to the public.
Work cooperatively with the other Town of Eagar departments to ensure effective services for the citizens of Eagar.
White Mountain Regional Law Enforcement Application Fair
Interested in a career in Law Enforcement and serving your community?
Plan to attend testing on June 22, 2013 at 9:00 A.M.
All applicants wanting to test for the position of Police Officer or Deputy Sheriff are encouraged to come. Testing for law enforcement positions will take place at the Northern Arizona Training Center located at 1840 W. Papermill Road, Taylor, AZ.
Testing will consist of a written examination, oral board interview and a physical agility test. If a passing score is achieved, future testing may consist of a polygraph, psychological evaluation, vision and medical exams. A score of 70% or better must be obtained on the written exam in order to advance to the oral boards and a score of 70% or better must also be obtained on the oral board to continue to the physical agility test. Applicants will be asked to bring PT clothes and be prepared to change into PT gear for the physical agility test. The testing process will take several hours with a possible lunch break to finish.
To pick up an application, stop by Eagar Police Department or click on the following links to download both applications and return both completed applications to our office at 174 S. Main St. or mail to PO Box 1300, Eagar, AZ 85925. If you have any questions, please call our office at 928-333-4127.
The Eagar Police Department would like to thank the 100 Club of Arizona for their continuing support of our Officers. The 100 Club of Arizona is a non-profit organization that has demonstrated a genuine concern for the welfare and safety of law enforcement officers, fire fighters and their families for many years. They provide financial assistance for officers and fire fighters that have died in the line of duty, and provide additional support for officers and fire fighters that have been injured or have special needs. They also have programs for scholarships, bulletproof vests, safety equipment and more.
The Eagar Police Department has received funding from the 100 Club’s Safety Equipment Stipend Program since 2006. Since that time the 100 Club of Arizona SES program has purchased a significant amount of new equipment for the Eagar PD including pepperball gun supplies, three lightbars for patrol vehicles, three emergency lighting kits for EPD bicycles, two tasers, reflective striping for our patrol cars, two portable light units and two bulletproof vests.
If you have questions about the 100 Club of Arizona you can contact them on-line; http://www.100club.org by mail; 100 Club of Arizona,5033 N. 19th Ave. Suite 123, Phoenix, AZ 85015 or call their office; (602)-485-0100 or call the Eagar Police Department at (928) 333-4127 if you have any questions.
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Council-Apache County Drug Free Alliance to obtain “anonymous” information concerning crimes in Apache County.
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Police Department Contact
For Emergencies, please dial 911
24 hour police # (non-emergency) 928-333-4000
Office Hours 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Monday thru Thursday
Police Station address Mailing address
174 S. Main Street P.O. Box 1300
Eagar, Arizona 85925 Eagar, Arizona 85925