Kingman Area Police & Fire

Kingman Police Department

The Kingman Police Department is led by Chief Robert DeVries, who commands 55 full time sworn officers, one animal control officer, 31 civilian employees and 16 volunteers.   Its mission is to provide police services to the city; provide 911 dispatching for the Kingman Fire Department and Kingman Animal Control.Divisions within the department that include sworn officers are Patrol, Traffic, Investigations and School Resource officers.   The Mohave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Team, MAGNET, is a multi-agency task drug interdiction task force. The KPD is the lead agency.   Civilian employees work in Communications, Records, Animal Control, Crime Lab, Administration and Neighborhood Services.   Any of these divisions can be contacted by dialing (928) 753-2191 and asking to speak with the supervisor of that department.

Mohave County Sheriff Department

The Mohave County Sheriff Department (MCSO) is led by Sheriff Tom Sheahan; a 36-year law enforcement veteran.   MCSO’s responsibilities encompass all of Mohave County with the main office in Kingman and sub-stations in Mohave Valley, Lake Havasu and Beaver Dam.   Their mission statement is: “To enhance public safety and insure a quality of life, safety and welfare for the citizens of Mohave County. To wisely use the resources which have been entrusted to us. To maintain public trust through open, honest and ethical behavior; exercising integrity in the use of power and authority. To perform all duties with the highest level of personal and professional principles. To create positive relationships with the public by treating all with fairness, dignity and compassion.” Kingman’s  main office number: (928) 753-0753.

Kingman Fire Department

Chief Chuck Osterman, who commands 60 firefighters, including about 12 part-timers, and additional civilian staff, leads The Kingman Fire Department.   Its mission is to provide services within the city limits. The department consists of career and volunteer employees providing prevention and response activities. The current personnel roster consists of 12 part-time and 48 full-time career personnel, 3 civilian support personnel, and 2 hydrant maintenance personnel. In the operations division, 42 career employees are on three rotating shifts of 14 personnel each working 24 hour shifts, providing emergency response, inspection and assistance in public education activities. A battalion chief manages each shift. Administration, Fire Prevention, Training and Education are the other divisions necessary for our well-rounded department.   Any of these divisions can be contacted by dialing (928) 753-2891 and asking to speak with the supervisor of that department.

Fire Departments – out of the city

Golden Valley Fire District
3327 N. Mayer Rd.
(928) 565-3479

Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District
2470 Butler
(928) 757-3151

Pine Lake Fire Department
4564 Hualapai Mtn. Rd.
(928) 757-3570

Pinion Pines Fire Department
2836 S. DW Ranch Rd.
(928) 757-1207


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