The most common way burglars enter homes in El Mirage is through open garage doors. Also, another common way is through unsecured or open doors and windows.
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The El Mirage Police Department employs 51 sworn officers and 24 civilians.
If you are involved with an immediate life-threatening situation or there is a crime in progress, call 9-1-1. If you want to report suspicious activity, have a non-emergency or have a question, call (623) 933-1341.
Please call the Police Department at (623) 933-1341 or (623) 500-3000 to report any suspicious or drug activity. Also, please ensure that you do not put yourself at risk by confronting any suspected criminal suspects. Document any vehicle and pedestrian traffic to and from the house. Get descriptions of vehicles and persons and record license plate numbers. Record times of day when vehicles come, go , and how long they stay. This information is very useful to detectives during their investigations.
First, set the example by being aware of the speed you drive. Second, call the police at (623) 933-1341 and make a traffic enforcement request. The request will be assigned to an officer from the Traffic Enforcement Division.
As soon as you see graffiti anywhere in the City of El Mirage, call 9-1-1 or the Police Department at (623) 933-1341. Don’t allow the graffiti to take over your neighborhood!
You can contact the Administration offices at (623) 500-3000 during regular business hours. You can also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .