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Police Department

2730 E. Andy Devine Avenue
Kingman, AZ 86401

Phone: (928) 753-2191
Fax: (928) 753-2542

Lobby Hrs: 7:00 AM-6:00 PM (M-Th except holidays)

Chief: Rusty Cooper


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The Detective Bureau is responsible for the follow-up investigation of crimes occurring within the city limits of Kingman, analysis of crime trends and the successful prosecution of all assigned cases. Detectives are responsible for investigating and solving property crimes and crimes against persons. Detectives interact with other operational divisions and jurisdictions to address major crimes. The detective division consists of a Lieutenant, a Sergeant, seven detectives and two evidence technicians.

All Kingman Police detectives start their career as uniformed patrol officers and are assigned to the Detective Bureau after competitive testing and based upon their knowledge, experience and investigative ability. The specially trained civilian staff conducts crime analysis and investigative support duties.

The Detective Bureau is not divided into subsections. Each detective is responsible for investigating his or her assigned cases, which include burglaries, crimes against children, robbery, homicide, theft, assault, harassment, fraud, forgery, sexual assaults, computer crimes and more.

FLEX Team: Uniform/plain clothes unit focusing on street level narcotics and property crimes. A single purpose K-9 is also assigned to the team.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • How do I know if my case has been assigned to a detective?

  • How can I speak to a detective?

  • How soon can I expect my case to be sent to a detective after I have reported the incident?

  • If prosecution of an offender is to happen, how soon can I expect to be subpoenaed to court?

  • If the police recover my property, how soon would I be able to have it returned to me?