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Region A

Region A, or Adam Region as it is commonly referred to, is comprised of the unincorporated community of San Tan Valley and some areas of Queen Creek.  The geographical boundaries are the McCormick Rd alignment to the North, Hwy 79 to the East, Arizona Farms Rd to the South, Hwy 87 and the Pinal/Maricopa County Line to the West.

There are approximately 110,000 residents in San Tan Valley.  Adam Region is broken into 6 beats; A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6.  There are 4 Patrol Teams with a Sergeant and 7 Deputies allotted for each of them.  There are 3 specialty teams operating out of Adam.  Team 5, is a Street Crime Unit that is comprised of 1 sergeant and 4 deputies.  Team 6, is a Field Training Unit comprised of 1 sergeant and 4 deputies in Adam, and 4 deputies in Charlie Region.  Team 7 is a motor unit comprised of 1 sergeant and 6 deputies.  Adam Region maintains an average of 3,000 calls for service a month.


Adam Region currently is allotted 1 Lieutenant who serves as the Region Commander, 7 Sergeants who serve as the Region/Team Supervisors, 2 Administrative Assistants, who serve as Region Secretaries and 32 Deputies who serve as Beat Deputies, and 15 Deputies who serve as Specialty Deputies.


Adam Region operates out of one substations.  The main substation, named 103-BellaVista (BV), is located at 31505 N Schnepf Rd. The Region Commander, Secretaries, Patrol Supervisors, Motor Unit and the Citizens On Patrol  work out of this office.  To maintain adequate response times, the northern (A4, A5 and A6) beat deputies work out of this office as well.
The substation has a lobby with a RX drop box and service windows for the secretaries to assist the public.  The office also contains a Community Room that is available to hold meetings and events for the public.  The office hours for 103 BV are Monday and Friday 7am to 5pm; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 6am to 530 pm. 


The overall mission of Region A is to keep you, your family and our Pinal County Communities safe.

The men and women who serve in Region A strive to be respected and trusted by all segments of our diverse community. We will maintain our status as Arizona’s premier Sheriff’s Office by delivering superior service to Pinal County residents. No matter what the situation, our staff will respond in a professional manner emulating a public servant who is dependable without prejudice, always performing to the best of our abilities to provide the highest standards of customer service with the highest level of proactive involvement within all of the communities.

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