The Apache Junction Police Department works to ensure the safety of all citizens as well as visitors in the Apache Junction area. Jerald Monahan is the Apache Junction Police Chief and can be reached at the Apache Junction Police Department on East Superstition Boulevard.
The Apache Junction Arizona Police Department has made a website available to the people of Apache Junction and visitors who may require additional information about Apache Junction police matters.
The Apache Junction Justice Court, Pct. 7, serves the area of Apache Junction. Information about arrest warrants can be obtained by contacting the Apache Junction Justice Court or the Apache Junction Justice Court. The Apache Junction Police Department also offers information about the most wanted people in the Apache Junction area who are wanted on arrest warrants in Apache Junction and the surrounding county.
In addition to offering crime statistics for incoming Apache Junction residents and visitors, the Apache Junction Police Department also offers information on community services, victim services, crime prevention tips and animal control information.
The Apache Junction Police Department Auxiliary Program is available to individuals who wish to be a part of providing services to the Apache Junction community through animal control, victim services, administration, patrol or community resources. Individuals who desire to become part of the Apache Junction Police Department Auxiliary Program are required to submit an application and agree to a limited background check and fingerprinting. An interview will also be conducted prior to acceptance. Apache Junction Police Auxiliary Program members are required to participate a minimum of 16 hours each month. This program is an excellent way to serve the community as well as get to know others in the community who are interested in improving the quality of life for all in Apache Junction.