"The mission of the Kingman Police Department is to create a safer community by reducing crime, ensuring the safety of our residents and visitors, and building trust in partnership with the public."
"While honoring the noble traditions of law enforcement and the unique history of Kingman, we look forward to a diverse future through dedication to active partnerships with the community by being proactive in reducing crime, apprehending criminal offenders, and aggressively addressing all public safety concerns with honor, integrity and courage."
VALUES - Honor, Integrity & Courage
"Honor the profession by valuing those whom we serve with and alongside in our community, maintaining integrity in all areas of conduct and behavior in accordance with the oath of office, and having the courage to confidently and humbly fulfill the mandates of our profession while recognizing the higher authority of the public's trust."
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 Ave.
Kingman, AZ 86401
Please make checks payable to the KPD Employee Fund. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
News & Announcements
DUI Enforcement During Independence Day Weekend
Drive Hammered, Get Nailed!!
The Western AZ DUI Task Force will be out this Independence Day weekend. If you chose to drink, please don't drive. Designate a sober driver. Anyone arrested for DUI drugs or DUI alcohol will go to jail and their vehicle will be impounded. The average cost of a DUI offense is close to $10,000 (fines, court fees, vehicle impound, insurance rates, etc...)
The Kingman Police Department is an active participant in the Western Arizona DUI Taskforce, which includes the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, Arizona Department of Public Safety, and other area agencies along the Colorado River. The Western Arizona DUI Taskforce will conduct DUI saturation patrols throughout the year during holidays and special events.
The penalties for impaired driving in Arizona are severe and include mandatory jail time, thousands of dollars in fines and court fees, suspension of driving license or privilege to drive, vehicle impoundment for 30 days and other expenses. There are consequences to human life from those that drive impaired. According to 2017 statistics reported by the Arizona Department of Transportation, 32% of all fatalities in Arizona were alcohol related. Statewide that is 320 people killed and 3,095 people injured. In Mohave County alone, there were 12 fatal crashes resulting in 13 killed and 137 people injured in the reported 184 alcohol related crashes.
The Kingman Police Department wants to remind those that choose to drink to use a designated driver. If you suspect an impaired driver please contact law enforcement.
Remember…….Drive Hammered, Get Nailed!!
Arizona Department of Transportation Systems Management and Operations. (2018). 2017 Motor Vehicle Crash Facts for the State of Arizona. Retrieved from https://www.azdot.gov/docs/default-source/mvd-services/2017-crash-facts.pdf?sfvrsn=2
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Notice: Unused prescription medication may always be dropped off at the Kingman Police Department 24/7.