Police Incident Report’s are available by reporting in person at any of the following Substation’s and also at the Florence Administration Office (Records Unit). Hour of operation for both Region Office and Records Unit hours are from Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (except holidays). To expedite your request, please have your incident case number ready when contacting either office.
PCSO Administration OfficeRecords UnitP.O. Box 867971 Jason Lopez Circle, Bldg #CFlorence, AZ 85132(520) 866-5142/5123/5146/5141Victims may email their request to: [email protected]
Arizona City13970 S Sunland Gin RoadArizona City, AZ 85123520-866-5850
Casa Grande820 West Cottonwood LaneCasa Grande, AZ 85122520-866-7419
Gold Canyon5750 South Kings Ranch RoadGold Canyon, AZ 85119520-866-8120
San Manuel28380 S Veterans Memorial BoulevardSan Manuel, AZ 85631520-866-7881
San Tan31505 N. Schnepf Road San Tan Valley, AZ 85140520.866.8009 or 520.866.8000
Written request are required to be completed. The “Records Request Forms” may be downloaded from Sheriff’s Office website, (Section Forms-Records), but they are also available at each Region Office.
Victims of violent criminal offense (Part I-Homicides, Rape, Robbery, Assault, Agg Assault, Larceny-Theft, Motor Vehicle Theft, Arson) may receive one free copy of a report in which they are listed as the victim, but must also complete a request form.
For other’s, the copy fee for police reports is $5.00 for Traffic Accident and $7.50 for other, 25 pages or more there will be an additional fee of $.50 a page. Monies must be received prior to dissemination in form of Money Order, Business check only, no cash is accepted.
For more information, please contact either one of the Region Offices or the Records Unit.
How Do I Retrieve My Vehicle?
Before requesting a hearing, please determine if you even need a hearing by visiting the Impounded Vehicle Information page.
If your vehicle was towed By the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office as a result of a violation of ARS 28-3511, then the following applies:
To obtain the release of your vehicle prior to the expiration of the thirty (30) days, a Post Storage Hearing must be scheduled with the Tow Hearing Specialist by calling (520)866-5277 and leaving a message with your contact information. The hearing officer will call you at the number(s) you provide within 5 business days (excluding holidays and weekends). If the hearing officer cannot reach you, the vehicle release will be denied.
Only the vehicle owner, owner’s spouse, owner’s agent (lawyer), or lien holder may request a hearing. You must have been listed on the registration of the vehicle AT THE TIME OF THE IMPOUNDMENT as an owner or lien holder to qualify for a hearing. In most cases, the hearing officer will make an immediate ruling on whether or not the vehicle may be released early. Hearings are generally held within five working days of receipt of the request. A lawyer is not required. The hearings are informal and do not take long. Read the following conditions carefully to see which may make this vehicle eligible for early release:
To obtain the release of your vehicle once the thirty (30) day impoundment period has expired, you may obtain release paperwork at the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, located at 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Building C, Florence, Arizona, 85132, by:
Any type of criminal or suspicious activity should be reported. When calling, please be specific. We need to know what activity you have observed and what causes you to believe the situation is criminal or suspicious. Please try to provide as much information as possible, such as vehicle descriptions, clothing and physical descriptions of suspicious persons, and good location information where the activity is occurring.
Written test, Physical Agility testing which consist of: (1) One Minute Sit Up - 29 or more (one minute time limit)(2) 300 Meter Run - 68 seconds or better(3) Maximum Push Up - 25 or more (no time limit)(4) 1.5 Mile Run - 15:20 minutes or better
If selected, you will meet with a background investigator who will conduct a full background investigation. Once you pass the background investigation; Fingerprints, Psychological exam, medical exam, and Urine Analysis checks will be conducted.
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