Public Safety Communications


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The Public Safety Communications Bureau support citizens, officers and firefighters.

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We are the Voice of 9-1-1

Public Safety Communications logoThe Public Safety Communications Bureau is comprised of highly trained and caring people who provide quality service. They support citizens, officers and firefighters by demonstrating compassion, a desire to serve, professional conduct, and comprehensive knowledge and ability. Their job requires the mental toughness and courage to face challenging situations. While others are in distress, they must suspend their emotions in order to be successful. To the dispatcher, being successful means saving lives or helping apprehend a criminal.

Emergencies: Dial 9-1-1


  • Police 783-4421
  • Fire    783-4461

When seconds count... count on the dispatcher.

 Lt. Lisa Culp  Commander  (928) 373-4768  E-mail...
 Kathy Collins  Supervisor  (928) 373-5000, #6500  E-mail...
 Kim Harris  Supervisor  (928) 373-5000, #6500  E-mail...
 Cecilia Corea  Supervisor  (928) 373-5000, #6500  E-mail...
 Heather Pyeatt-Morris  Supervisor  (928) 373-5000, #6500  E-mail...

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Telephone Scam Artists Calling and Pretending to be with the IRS
Telephone Scam Artists Calling and Pretending to be with the IRS

These callers may demand money or may say you have a refund due and try to trick you into sharing private information. Continued... 02/25/2015

House Fire West 16th Place

On Tuesday February 24, 2015, just before 8:00am smoke was reported coming from a garage in the 2200 block of West 16th Place. Continued... 02/24/2015

The Yuma Police Department Participated in a Detail Aimed at Locating Stolen Vehicles in the Yuma Area.

Over the two days, detectives completed 10 business inspections, and 488 vehicle inspections. Detectives recovered 6 stolen vehicles. Continued... 02/17/2015

Aggravated Criminal Damage and Assisting a Criminal Syndicate at Yuma High School

On Friday, February 13, 2015, two 16 year old male juveniles and 18 year old Jesse Carreno committed Aggravated Criminal Damage and assisting a Criminal Syndicate when they spray painted gang graffiti on the walls of Yuma High School. Continued... 02/14/2015

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More than 2,800 reports of graffiti have been received in the last year and it's costing the city $200,000 to clean things up. The Anti-Graffiti Strategy's goal is the overall reduction and fast-as-possible removal of graffiti within the city limits. Continued...

Accident Reports
Accident Reports

Motor vehicle accident reports, written by Yuma Police Department, are available for purchase on-line. Continued...

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