MARANA POLICE DEPARTMENT
UNPARALLELED SERVICE, UNWAVERING PROTECTION, UNCOMPROMISED INTEGRITY
MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF
On behalf of all of the employees of the Marana Police Department I would like to thank you for visiting our website. The Marana Police Department is comprised of 119 full time employees (91 commissioned officers and 28 civilians) and nearly fifty volunteers, providing safety and security to more than 44,000 residents over 127 square miles. These dedicated men and women work together as a team to ensure our residents and visitors receive unparalleled police services.
As we continue to grow and work toward becoming the most well respected and highly regarded police department in Arizona, it is my hope and expectation that any interactions you have with our personnel will leave you impressed with the level of professionalism, competence, compassion, and dedication with which we approach our duties. Our team is proud and honored to serve this great community and we maintain an unwavering dedication to ensure the safety and security of every person who lives or visits our Town.
Chief Terry S. Rozema
PUBLIC SAFETY AWARENESS & EDUCATION
PUBLIC SAFETY NEWS
National Night Out and the second annual Heroes Hoopfest was hosted at Crossroads at Silverbell District Park on Friday, October 4.
After five years of service with Marana Police Department, K-9 Officer Zack will spend his retirement years with his handler Officer Brad Barton and Officer Barton’s family.
Marana Police Department has been awarded the full Police Accreditation through the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police (AACOP) and the Arizona Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ALEAP).
The World Trade Center's Twin Towers each consisted of 110 floors and 2071 steps, and each year thousands of people across Arizona walk, climb and run the stairs to remember.
United States Congressman Tom O’Halleran visited Marana Police Chief Terry Rozema on Friday, August 23 to present the United States flag that few at the United States Capitol.
Funds will support the hardware upgrades necessary to participate in the Arizona Department of Transportation Traffic and Criminal Software (AZTraCS).
For the last 6 years, Officer Clifford has been the driving force behind the Marana Police Departments DUI enforcement program.
POLICE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER
Non-Emergency: (520) 682-4032
Police Main Number: (520) 382-2000
Police Main Fax: (520) 382-2001
MARANA POLICE DEPARTMENT
11555 W. Civic Center Dr.
Marana, Arizona 85653
Marana Police Department Ina Rd. Substation
5100 W. Ina Rd.
Tucson, Arizona 85742