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Community Policing

Community policing is a philosophy that the Kingman Police Department embraced in 1996. This philosophy takes a pro-active approach in crime prevention by encouraging the community to work with law enforcement to make our community a safe place to live. Through community policing, several programs and services have been implemented.

Services Available:

  1. Property Watch
  2. Graffiti Abatement
  3. Home security survey/valuable inventory sheet
  4. Personal engraver available to members of active block watches
  5. Presentations to local service groups, businesses, neighborhood block watch groups and schools on the following topics:
  • Personal Safety
  • Burglary Prevention
  • Identity Theft Prevention
  • Telemarketing Fraud
  • Drug Awareness
  • Stranger Danger
  • Police Officers Are Your Friends (pre-school through 3rd grade)
  • Crime Prevention for Businesses

Programs offered:

  • Neighborhood Block Watch  - The concept of a neighborhood block watch is that residents within a particular neighborhood be the eyes and ears for law enforcement. A block watch is established by persons living within that neighborhood and the police department supports that group by assigning an officer to act as a liaison.

    The benefits of a block watch is reduced crime for that neighborhood and it is also an opportunity to get to know your police department.

    Active block watch groups are located in the following areas:

    Camelback area
    Walleck Ranch / Legacy Edition
    Leo Street
    Mountain View Area
    Van Buren / Lilly Street
    Rancho Santa Fe

    Neighborhood Watch Newsletter:

    Volume 1.3

    Past Issues

    For additional information on neighborhood block watch contact us at 753-2191.

  • Watch Your Car Program - Implemented by the Arizona Automobile Theft Authority to help curtail vehicle theft.

  • Pumpkin Patrol - Kingman Police Cadets along with officers distribute bags of candy in City neighborhoods, on Halloween.