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KPD OFFICER GRADUATES FROM “BOMB SCHOOL”

  On June 9th, Detective Brandon Barkhurst graduated from the FBI Hazardous Devices School at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama. Detective Barkhurst completed an intensive 6 week training program to become certified in handling and dismantling hazardous & explosive devices.

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SUSPECTS SOUGHT IN SERIES OF VEHICLE BURGLARIES

The Kingman Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying suspects believed to be responsible for a series of vehicle burglaries that occurred during the early morning hours on Wednesday, June 7th, between approximately 1:00 am and 5:00 am. Surveillance video has been posted to KPD’s Facebook page. These videos show three younger adult male suspects, possibly white, walking and entering vehicles. Two of the suspects are thin, wearing light colored clothing, while a third male suspect is heavier, wearing a t-shirt and shorts. A fourth suspect, unknown description, is driving a compact, light-colored car, similar to a Subaru Impreza. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Kingman Police Department by calling (928) 753-2191, report anonymously to Mohave Silent Witness by calling (928) 753-1234, or report tips online at www.kingmanpolice.com by clicking on “Give A Tip”. As an alternative, these suspects can turn themselves in by coming to the Kingman Police Department in person or call the police department and a ride will be provided.

   
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PEDESTRIAN KILLED AFTER BEING STRUCK BY TRACTOR TRAILER

On Sunday, June 4th, at 6:00 am, a transient 54-year-old Florida man, was killed when he walked into the path of a tractor-trailer that was maneuvering in the driveway of a truck stop in the 3300 block of E. Andy Devine Ave. The speed of the tractor-trailer was believed to be only several miles per hour. The angle of the sun and actions of the pedestrian are believed to have been factors in the accident. Witnesses stated that it appeared the pedestrian may have thought the truck was going to stop. The pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene from severe upper body trauma. His identity is not being released pending next of kin notification. The driver of the tractor-trailer, a 47-year-old man from Mississippi, is not suspected to have been impaired and will not be charged in the incident. The investigation is on-going.

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MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND DUI ENFORCEMENT

The Kingman Police Department, in partnership with the Western Arizona DUI Task Force, will be out conducting a DUI enforcement detail this weekend to apprehend those who choose to drive while impaired. The Kingman Police Department is able to provide enhanced DUI enforcement during holidays and major local event from a grant awarded by the Arizona Governor’s Office if Highway Safety.

The Kingman Police Department wants to remind everyone who will be participating in Memorial Day weekend activities to plan ahead and arrange for a designated driver. Arizona has some of the harshest DUI laws, and someone who is arrested for DUI faces jail time, their vehicle will be impounded, their driver’s license will be suspended and face hefty fines.

If you observe a suspected impaired driver immediately call your local law enforcement agency, provide a good description of vehicle and driver, direction of travel, and if possible a license plate to assist us in removing the subject from the road. Don’t confront the individual, simply be a good witness and keep a safe distance. We all have to work together to prevent such tragedies from being repeated.

“Drive Sober, Don’t Get Pulled Over!”

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RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE FIRE

On Wednesday May 24, 2017 at 5:55 PM, Engines 211, 221, 241, Ladder 234 and Battalion 2 were dispatched for a possible residential structure fire in the 3200 block of North Fairfax St.  Upon arrival fire personnel found heavy smoke and fire to the outside of the residence entering into the structure on the south side.  Investigators made contact with the resident and confirmed that he was the only person in the residence at the time of the fire.  The resident stated that he was asleep when multiple neighbors awoke and alerted him to the fire.  Two occupants of the home were displaced by the fire.  Fire loss figures are inconclusive at this time.  One Kingman firefighter was transported to KRMC with heat exhaustion during the blaze; he was treated and released and is recuperating at home this morning. The fire remains under investigation, but initial reports indicate the fire most likely was started on the exterior of the home near the road by improperly discarded smoking materials.

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Mission Statement

"It is the mission of the Kingman Police Department to maintain a high quality of life for our residents and visitors, through an active partnership with the community, by being proactive in reducing crime, apprehending criminal offenders, and aggressively addressing all public safety concerns." 

Coffee with Cops

NEXT EVENT

Date:  July 6th

Time:  7 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Place:  Lewis Kingman Park, 2201 E. Andy Devine Ave.


Coffee with Cops is a community outreach program. KPD holds these events at different times and locations throughout the city on a quarterly basis. The events are advertised and posted, inviting anyone in the community to come and share a cup of coffee with members of the department. The idea is to make ourselves more accessible to the general public for questions and comments. The Kingman Public Safety Mobile Command Post is usually the meeting point and makes the event easier to find.

   

NOTICE: Unused prescription medication may always be dropped off at the Kingman Police Department 24/7.

Start Believing

Start by Believing campaign proudly brought to you by End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI).


Offender Watch

See a map of registered sex offenders in your neighborhood, sign up for email alerts about sex offenders and learn how to educate children about sex offenders.

Buy a KPD Patch

You may purchase a Kingman Police Department patch for five dollars. If you would like to purchase a patch please send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Kingman Police Department
2730 E Andy Devine Av.
Kingman, AZ 86401

Please make checks payable to the KPD Employee Fund, Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.