Programs & Services
The mission of the City of Surprise Police Department Animal Care and Control Unit is to build a positive relationship between the police department and pet owners throughout the city.
The National Association of Town Watch created the Dog Walker Watch program to teach dog walkers how to be community observers and report any suspicious behavior to local law enforcement.
The mission of the Explorer Post Number 2236 is to learn the skills necessary for a career in law enforcement.
Learn about fingerprinting services offered by the Surprise Police Department.
You may request to hire off-duty police officers through the Off Duty Management web-based service, OfficerTRAK®, or calling the toll-free number.
If your vehicle was impounded by an officer of the Surprise Police Department, please carefully read the information the officer gave the driver of the vehicle at the time of the impound for instructions.
Learn about the Neighborhood Watch Program.
The Surprise Police Department is hosting a free, one-day interactive Motorcycle Safety class in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety!
The Surprise Police Department’s Risk Assessment Program is designed to decrease the likelihood of criminal activity while empowering members of the Community through education and awareness.
The Citizen Observer “Ride-a-long” Program was introduced to provide an opportunity for citizens to get a first-hand look at the services provided to the community by the City of Surprise Police Department.
The City of Surprise Police Department has a prescription drug collection bin in its lobby for easy disposal of unwanted drugs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Surprise Police Department offers programs that can help seniors keep from becoming victims of crime.
The Surprise Police Department offers Vacation Watches to Surprise residents who will be away for a minimum of two weeks.
Learn how to make a claim on lost property.