Suspect Fires at Officers in Hour-Long Shooting

On Tuesday, March 24, 2020 around midnight, the Chandler Police Department’s Communications Section received multiple 911 calls in reference to shots fired from the vicinity of Commonwealth Avenue and Hamilton Street.

Detectives Need Help Identifying Criminal Damage Suspects

On Friday, March 13, 2020 around 1:00PM three juvenile males damaged eight separate vehicles in the Chandler Fashion Center parking lot at 3111 West Chandler Boulevard.  The three suspects arrived and fled from the parking lot in a white 1965 … Continued

St. Patrick’s Day DUI Task Force

The Chandler Police Department’s Traffic Section will take part in a DUI Task Force beginning Monday, March 16, 2020, through Tuesday, March 16, 2020. The Task Force is in conjunction with the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. There will not … Continued

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Communications Section Implements RapidSOS

The Chandler Police Department’s Communications Section has added Jurisdiction View, a new data and situational awareness tool designed to access critical location and additional data during an emergency.

Motorcyclist Killed In Crash

On Monday, March 9, 2020 around 8:30pm, 24-year-old Adonijah Uriah Peralta struck a passenger vehicle while making a left turn from southbound Dobson Road onto eastbound Ray Road. Adonijah, a Chandler resident, was operating a motorcycle at the time of … Continued

Remains of Deceased Loved Ones Stolen

In the early morning hours of Thursday, February 20, 2020, a car trailer was stolen from the Quality Inn parking lot located at 255 North Kyrene Road. Among the many items inside the trailer included two invaluable urns with the remains of the victim’s parents.

Chandler Police Celebrates its Centenary Jubilee

On March 9, 1920, Chandler Town Ordinance Title VII was adopted. Section 1 was titled, “Police Court and General Penal Provisions.” Today, the Chandler Police Department is made up of 503 personnel, which includes 332 sworn police officers. Throughout 2020 the Chandler Police Department will showcase its centenary with stories, anecdotes, and tributes to past and present employees.