$58,000 raised for family of fallen Salt River Police Officer Townsend

The auction gavel struck not once but twice in honor of Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Police Officer Clayton Townsend and his family [...] Continue Reading →

Jan. 17: Auction donates funds to SRPD officer Clayton Townsend family

The owner of a 1994 custom Club Car Golf Cart has announced that proceeds from Thursday’s auction of the vehicle will be donated to the Townsend [...] Continue Reading →

Police: former MLB player arrested for DUI, indecent exposure

Two men were arrested for indecent exposure at Saturday night’s Phoenix Rising FC soccer game on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. [...] Continue Reading →

SRPD ‘Touch a Truck’ event supports fallen officers

The Salt River Police Department will be hosting a free fundraising event Feb. 25 to benefit the officers killed in the line of duty, including [...] Continue Reading →

Salt River PD awarded $60,000 in grant funds from AZ GOHS

The Salt River Police Department was recently awarded a total of $60,000 in grant funds from Director Alberto Gutier of the Arizona Governor’s [...] Continue Reading →

Salt River PD: Scottsdale teen arrested in connection to homicide

The Salt River Police Department has identified 18-year-old Juan Burns, a resident of Scottsdale, as the primary suspect in a reported September [...] Continue Reading →

Police officer arrested for inappropriately touching female

On the evening of May 26 the Scottsdale Police Department detectives arrested a Salt River police officer for unlawful sexual conduct with a [...] Continue Reading →

Arizona Governor’s Office grants to help Salt River PD

The Salt River Police Department is proud to announce the acceptance of enforcement funds awarded to the agency from the Governor’s Office of [...] Continue Reading →

Dispose of papers at Shred’em event in Scottsdale Sept. 26

Protect your identity and get rid of all those papers in boxes and crates that need disposed of in a secure place. The Salt River Police [...] Continue Reading →