MARANA POLICE DEPARTMENT
UNPARALLELED SERVICE, UNWAVERING PROTECTION, UNCOMPROMISED INTEGRITY
MARANA POLICE DEPARTMENT SEEKS ACCREDITATION THROUGH THE ARIZONA ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE PROGRAM
The Marana Police Department (MPD) is seeking accreditation through the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police (AACOP) Arizona Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ALEAP). Accreditation is a progressive and time-proven method of assisting law enforcement agencies in measuring and improving their overall performance. ALEAP is intended to provide law enforcement agencies in the state with an avenue for demonstrating that they meet commonly accepted best practices and industry standards for efficient, effective, productive and quality operations.
Assessors will be conducting an on-site assessment of MPD’s compliance with the ALEAP standards as part of the voluntary ALEAP accreditation. As part of the on-site assessment, members of the community and agency employees are invited to offer comments regard MPD during a Public Call-In Session, on Tuesday August 14, 2019, 2019 between the hours of 11:30 am and 12:30 pm. Calls can be made to 520-382-2048. Calls will not be recorded and callers will speak directly with ALEAP assessors. Comments should be limited to five (5) minutes and address the agency’s ability to comply with ALEAP standards.
A copy of the standards is available for review at:
Marana Police Department
11555 West Civic Center Drive
Questions may be directed to the department accreditation manager, Deputy Chief Reuben Nuñez, firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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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