What is the Court`s phone number?
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You can reach the Lake Havasu City Consolidated Court by calling 928-453-0705.
What is the contact information for the Records Division?
The Lake Havasu City Records Division telephone number is 928-855-1171. The hours of operation are 7:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Sunday.
Why can`t I see reports opened in Adobe Acrobat?
If you are unable to see the reports when they are launched in Adobe Acrobat, try setting the "Display PDF in browser" setting to false. In Acrobat Reader 6.0 this setting is found on the "Internet" tab after navigating to "Edit | Preferences". If you are using a different version of Adobe Acrobat, please consult the "help" documentation provided with the software.
How do I obtain an Accident or Incident Report?
Most reports are available within 48 hours. To obtain a report you may choose from the options below. (1)In person at the Police Department Records Division, 2360 N McCulloch Blvd., Lake Havasu City, Arizona, Monday-Sunday, 7:00am-6:00pm, (2) By mail: Send a legal sized self-addressed stamped envelope along with your contact information. (Electronic, telephonic or fax requests are not accepted.) Provide the report number, date and location of incident or collision and names of all parties involved. The cost is $10.00 - We accept payment for the exact amount of the report in the form of cash, check or money order payable to the Lake Havasu City Police Department.
How do I search if I’m not sure of the spelling of the name?
You can use the % key as a wildcard in the name search at any point in the spelling.
Event Search - What range of time can I use for my search?
You can search for a time period from 1 to 60 days in each search. This can be over a 3 month period such as November 16 to December 15 as long as the total range is not more than 60 days.
VIN Verification Information
Vehicle identification numbers are verified at the Police Department for insurance or title purposes. Contact Records at 855-1171 for costs associated and to schedule a VIN verification. Please bring driver’s license, and vehicle purchase paperwork or title.
Where do I find sex offender information in Lake Havasu City?
Information on Sex Offenders can be located at http://webdotcom.com/lhcazso/
How do I contact Silent Witness?
You can call the Havasu Silent Witness Tip Line at (928) 854-TIPS (8477). Also check out the Havasu Silent Witness web page for information about crimes or wanted suspects. The website is at www.havasusilentwitness.org. When you call Silent Witness your information will be taken in the strictest confidence. Anonymity is protected and you never have to give your name. You will be given a code number. This should be kept to yourself in order to remain anonymous. After several weeks call Havasu Silent Witness back. Provide your confidential tip number and you will receive an update on the status of the investigation. * DO NOT * use Silent Witness to report crimes in progress. For crimes in progress or for an incident requiring immediate police response dial 911 or call the Lake Havasu Police Department dispatch non-emergency phone number at (928) 855-4111.
Is there a community or neighborhood watch program?
Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that relies on concerned citizens to learn how to properly and successfully watch out for their neighbors property and safety. Neighborhood Watch simply consists of neighbors who band together to watch out for each other and the community. They are the eyes and ears of the Police Department. They report everything from crimes in progress to suspicious activity in their neighborhood. If you are interested in becoming an active member of Neighborhood Watch call the neighborhood watch coordinator at (928) 855-1171. The department also has NIXLE. NIXLE is a Community Information Service dedicated to helping you stay connected to your local police department, your children`s schools, your local community agencies and organizations by sending alerts, advisories, community information, or traffic information as a text message or e-mail.
Are property watches available in my area?
Lake Havasu City offers vacation watch, extra patrol and traffic enforcement requests. Vacation watch requests may not exceed 30 days per calendar year. Extra patrols and traffic enforcement requests are determined by the Traffic Sergeant. Citizens may obtain a vacation watch form from the Police Department or complete an online application by visiting our website at https://p2c.lhcaz.gov/main.aspx. Please complete property watch requests at least three (3)days but not more than one (1) week prior to your departure.
Citizens may also call the Police Records Department at (928) 855-1171 to have any of the available security checks completed over the phone.
How do I get fingerprints?
Currently “public fingerprinting” is offered to the community Monday through Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. An appointment is required by calling (928) 855-1171 or 928-680-5409. The fee for “public fingerprinting” is $22.00 and is due and payable upon completion.
“Court ordered prints”, are taken for programs such as the “Cite and Release Program” or “Prints and Photos” ordered by the courts as a requirement of a plea agreement or mandated by Arizona State Law. These appointments are scheduled for completion Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. All appointments can be scheduled by calling 928-855-1171 or 928-680-5409.
Where can I get information on becoming a police officer?
Applications will be accepted for this position on a continual basis and will be reviewed every two (2) weeks. Testing will be scheduled on an as needed basis based on the number of successful candidates. Candidates are encouraged to monitor their email after applying, as all notifications regarding this position will be sent via email.
Special Note: Requires non-standard or rotating shift work to include days, nights, weekends, and holidays. Incumbent works outdoors and is exposed to extreme temperatures. Must be certified as a Peace Officer in Arizona, or another state or federal agency.
In order to be considered for employment with Lake Havasu City, applicants must submit an online application at www.lhcaz.gov and attach a completed Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZPOST) Packet. To download the AZPOST Packet go to https://post.az.gov/sites/default/files/content/PH_2011.pdf
How can I submit an anonymous tip?
To text a tip to the Lake Havasu Police Department, you must have text messaging enabled on your cell phone and subscribe to a participating cell phone carrier. To begin your tip message, enter the number “274637” (which spells out CRIMES) in the phone number line. Then start your message with LHCPD (to ensure the tip is routed to the proper police department) and enter your tip with as much detail as possible.
You can also use the online web application by copying and pasting this URL into your browser;
Once you send your tip via text, the information is received by an independent party in service provider that will assign each tipster a random system-generated “alias.” The purpose of this is to ensure the anonymity of the tipster. Tipsters will automatically receive a response text providing them their “alias.” Please be aware that the Lake Havasu Police Department will send a response text if more information is needed to process the tip.
However, the anonymity of the tipster remains secure because the information is sent to a third party service provider that is independent of the police department. The police department will only know the tipster by their “alias.”
If the tipster does not wish to participate in two-way communication with the police department they can text the word STOP to 274637 (CRIMES.) Doing so will block the Lake Havasu Police Department from responding.
What crimes are NOT documented on this site?
Offenses NOT available on this site are; homicides, sexual assaults/offenses, offenses containing juveniles and domestic violence cases. Also cases that are currently active/pending or currently being investigated will not be available until the case is closed.
How can I find out if someone is in jail, when someone in jail can be visited, and any other information about persons in jail?
Call the jail number at 928-680-5409, for questions about someone in jail.
Where do I go for a restraining order?
Restraining orders can be obtained at the Lake Havasu City Consolidated Court.
The purpose of an Injunction against Harassment is to restrain a person from committing acts of harassment. Harassment, as defined by Arizona Revised Statutes 12-1809R, is a series of acts over any period of time directed at a specific person that would cause, or has caused, a reasonable person to be seriously alarmed, annoyed or harassed and that serves no legitimate purpose. Harassment includes unlawful picketing, trespassory assembly, unlawful mass assembly, concerted interference with lawful exercise of business activity and engaging in a secondary boycott as defined in section 23-1321 and defamation in violation of section 23-1325. Judges within Mohave County will sign Restraining Orders any time during normal business hours. You do not need an appointment or prescheduled time though you should call the court in advance to confirm that the judge will be available when you wish to appear. The link to complete the document can be located by copying and pasting this URL. http://www.mohavecourts.com/court%20forms/Justice%20Courts%20SS/Order%20of%20Protection/JCSS_OPPlaintiffGuideSheetPetitionAOC.pdf
Why is there information missing from my report?
To redact is to edit, or prepare for publishing. Frequently, a redacted document has had personal information deleted or blacked out; as a consequence, redacted is often used to describe documents from which sensitive information has been expunged. You will need a court subpoena to request an unredacted copy of a report.