Help Stop Crime

There are some easy things that you can do to help prevent burglary and theft of your property and business. You can also help the Sierra Vista Police Department solve crimes by providing crime tips or reporting suspicious activity.

Click the links below to learn more.

  • Crime Prevention

    Learn how to prevent vehicle theft and burglary, prevent crime at your home, and request a vacation home security check. Business owners can also request a security check of their commercial properties. Learn More

  • Neighborhood Watch

    A Neighborhood Watch Program is a great way for residents to partner with the police to help keep their neighborhoods safe. Learn More

  • Crime Solvers

    Crime Solvers links to the Sierra Vista Crime Solvers program, where you’ll find photos of people the police need help identifying. You’ll also find how to report anonymous tips, and find the Citizen Assisted Location List (CALL). Learn More

  • Missing Persons

    Learn more about missing persons, from the requirements for listing a person as missing to tips for finding a missing juvenile or runaway. You will also file the Sierra Vista Police Department’s current list of missing persons. Learn More

  • Bicycle Registration

    Register your bike with the Sierra Vista Police Department. If it is stolen, the police can identify it upon recovery and return it. Learn More

  • Crime Tips

    Solving crimes is a community effort. Our department relies on the eyes and ears of all our residents for help in solving and preventing crimes. If you have any information about a crime that has occurred or will occur, please contact us at 452-7500. The information will be treated discretely and forwarded to the appropriate officer. Or use this online anonymous crime tip form

  • 88-CRIME

    If you have information regarding a major crime, dial 88-CRIME. You don’t have to give your name. If your information leads to the arrest and indictment of a felony suspect, you will receive a reward of up to $2,500.

  • Report a Scam

    Whether it’s via a phone call, text, or email, scammers use tricks and lies to convince people to provide payment or access to important personal information. Scammers may even pose as law enforcement, the IRS, the Social Security Administration, or some other position of authority. To report a possible scam, call SVPD at (520) 452-7500 or, if it’s a Social Security scam, report it directly via the Social Security Administration Impostor Scam Reporting Form.