To provide a safe community where people can live, work, and thrive.
On August 23, 2006, 20-year-old Bradley Eaton was shot and killed inside his home at 2711 West Shannon Drive. Two of the three suspects were arrested and convicted for their role in Bradley's murder. But one suspect, Juan Acosta, has yet to be apprehended. Read More
Welcome to chandlerpd.com, the official website of the Chandler Police Department. Chandler is a world-class destination with low crime rates, exceptional amenities, and a proud history. I am honored to serve alongside the men and women of the Chandler Police Department, who understand that, in order for us to successfully accomplish our mission, we must have the confidence, support, and respect of the people who visit, live, and work in our city.
As you explore this site, you will learn about the diverse programs and services available to our citizens, from Youth Wilderness Academy to the Senior Lockbox program and everything in between. Of particular interest to parents, teachers, counselors, care-givers and day-care workers is our new Guardian Academy which provides education, information, and access to resources that promote and reinforce healthy relationships and communication within families.
Recently added to our website is online reporting, an optional service designed to allow you to report a crime that is not in progress. This feature helps free up beat officers to respond more quickly to priority calls for service.
Also, I suggest you visit our “Moments of Truth” page to read about some of the remarkable work our officers and civilian staff do every day.
We are committed to ensuring that Chandler remains a safe city where people want to live and work. Our officers are well-equipped, highly-trained, and engaged in the community. Our employees are a dedicated and enthusiastic group of professionals who take great pride in their work. Thank you for your interest.
Chief of Police
The members of the Chandler Police Department are dedicated to the development of a partnership with our citizens. The Department holds a promising future for individuals who are interested in a challenging and rewarding career to protect and serve.
The Chandler Police Department implemented the Moments of Truth philosophy within our department viewing each citizen contact as an opportunity to prevent crime by earning the respect, trust, and support of the community.
The Cadet program is specifically designed for young men and women ages 14 to 20 who are interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement. Cadets receive training in many aspects of law enforcement from simple fingerprinting to major case preparation.
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.
The Chandler Police Department has received an $81,500 grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) to fund numerous traffic safety related programs for the period beginning October 26, 2017, through September 30, 2018. Please remember to always wear your seatbelt and designate a driver when alcohol consumption is part of your plans. … Read More2 weeks ago
On Wednesday, November 15, 2017 members of the Chandler Police Department’s Traffic Unit will conduct a DUI warrant detail. Beginning at 8AM, officers and detectives will actively seek subjects with active arrest warrants for DUI related offenses. Those sought will be for Chandler Police offenses only. … Read More