The Town of Oro Valley is divided into four (4) police beats to determine workload and crime statistics. The size and boundary of each beat is determined by the historical data of calls for service and geographic factors. One or more patrol officers may be assigned to each beat at any time of the day. Each patrol officer is assigned a beat and is responsible for calls for service and community related activities in that beat.
Police Beat Map(PDF, 2MB)
The Community Assistance Program(PDF, 81KB) is for anyone who needs to connect with services or gain information about resources that are available. We ensure that the resident in need is informed and has a cognitive understanding of what they need to thrive. Please click on the link above, complete and print the form and return it to the Oro Valley Police Department.
A series of design strategies to beautify a proposed development considering safety concerns. Trained officers utilize a concept known as CPTED to examine new building projects as they are presented to the Development Review Committee. Officers provide recommendations about how builders can plan projects to deter or prevent crime before it becomes an issue. For further information please contact Sgt. Robert Goddard at (520) 229-5081.
* Vehicles recovered in Oro Valley but stolen in another jurisdiction.