Message from the Chief

 

Welcome to ChandlerAZPD.gov. I am proud and honored to have been selected as the new Chief of Police in Chandler, Arizona. My family and I are thrilled to call this vibrant community our home.

Chandler has long been known for its low crime rates, rapidly growing economy, family-friendly atmosphere, exceptional amenities, and proud history. I am deeply grateful to have been selected to serve alongside the dedicated men and women who make up the Chandler Police Department. Together, we will continue to build upon the success of this agency and continue to work with our community. I realize that the success of an agency relies on the strong partnerships we build with those who live, work, and visit our city.

This website will give you an overview of the diverse programs and services we offer our citizens. These include Vacation Watch, the Senior Lockbox, Return Me Safe, the Youth Wilderness Academy, and the Cadet program.

This page will also allow you to access forms to make public records requests, report crimes that are not in progress online, and sign up for the Citizen’s Police Academy or Neighborhood Watch.

Our officers are highly prepared, extensively trained, and deeply involved in the community. We are dedicated to maintaining Chandler as a secure city where residents can thrive in every aspect of their lives. Thank you for exploring our website.

Bryan Chapman

Chief of Police

Email: Bryan.Chapman@ChandlerAZ.gov

Quick Links

Forms and Documents

Please use this link to locate forms and documents provided by the Chandler Police Department.

Volunteers In Policing

The mission of Chandler Police Department’s Volunteers in Police Services (VIP’s) program is to be a resource, provide support, and foster positive interactions for all citizens of Chandler and CPD Personnel. Our VIPs enhance the delivery of police services to the community at large, as representatives of the Chandler Police Department.

Use of Force

The cornerstone of our success as a police agency has been predicated on the level of trust, support and respect we receive from our community. Over the course of many years of service and sacrifice we have developed a proud reputation in our community through meaningful dialogue with community leaders, residents and businesses.

Non-Emergency Text

The Chandler Police Department recently deployed non-emergency text messaging capabilities in our communications center in an effort to provide our citizens with an alternative means to contact the department. Citizens who wish to communicate with the police department through text message may do so by sending a message to our non-emergency number (480) 782-4130.

Latest News

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Chandler Police Investigate Fatal Vehicle Collision

MEDIA RELEASE - The Chandler Police Department’s Vehicular Crimes Unit is investigating a two-vehicle collision that resulted in the death of both drivers. Chandler Police and Fire crews responded to the intersection of South Price Road and West Armstrong Place just … Read More

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Chandler Police Launch June Crackdown on Speeding and Aggressive Driving

CHANDLER, AZ- The Chandler Police Department has been awarded grant funding from the Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) to enhance traffic safety efforts. This initiative primarily targets reducing speeding and aggressive driving in the region. Speeding, along with driving under … Read More

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About the Department

School Resource Officer Unit

The School Resource Officer Unit (SRO)/program currently has twelve (12) certified police officers that serve as School Resource Officers (SROs) for the Chandler, Kyrene, and Mesa Public School Districts. These officers are assigned to our High Schools, Junior High

Volunteers in Policing Unit

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES   Recruitment is currently closed. Applications received using the link at the bottom of the page will be reviewed during the next recruitment period - date TBD   The mission of Chandler Police Department’s Volunteers in Police Services (VIP’s) program is

9-1-1 for Kids

In 2008, congress recognized April as 9-1-1 Education Month. Many agencies across the country participate in a coordinated education campaign to promote the appropriate use of 9-1-1. This year, employees in the Chandler Police Department Communications section have been

9-1-1

9-1-1 SHOULD BE USED TO REPORT LIFE OR DEATH AND IN-PROGRESS EMERGENCIES ONLY.   Situations such as car accidents with injuries, fires, shootings, domestic violence situations in progress, medical emergencies, and crimes in progress constitute a 9-1-1 call.  If you have

Barking Dog Hotline

  The Chandler Police Department requires complainant contact in order to respond to barking dog complaints. If you are willing to speak to an officer to file a complaint, you may call the non-emergency number to request a call for

Text Messaging

  In February 2015, non-emergency text messaging was implemented to expand the options for contacting the Chandler Police Department. While many people utilize text messaging for everyday communication, it is also useful for those who have difficulty communicating traditionally on