Our House/Business Watch Program helps provide a presence in your neighborhood. The program includes a weekly visit to your home or business. Overall observation as well as door and windows are checked. Anything out of the ordinary or questioned is immediately reported to you, the homeowner, manager or business owner.
When you or your loved one needs to be checked on every so often this program will have our auxiliary visit weekly.
Do you want to give back to your neighborhood or community? Becoming a Sheriff's Auxiliary Volunteer may be the program for you. We provide services for citizens of Navajo County under the direction of the Sheriff. To learn more click "to apply."
The SAV's help community events. If you would like to request services please fill out the Request for Service Form.
The auxiliary is available to make presentations at your location. Several topics are available for students and adults. Contact the SAV's via email for a list of classes/presentations.
Our organization is available to do fingerprinting for groups. To schedule the auxiliary to come do fingerprinting at your school, club, group or organization please email or call.
A.L.E.R.T. is our Animal Livestock Emergency Response Team. This team responds to animal cruelty cases where the animal is taken to one of the local rescues in the area. To report a possible animal being abused please contact the Navajo County Sheriff's NON-Emergency line at (928) 524-4050 or for more information click below.
Crime happens everywhere. Neighborhoods can be vigilant in their own area by creating a Neighborhood Watch group. It is simple and easy to do. The group will receive FREE training as well as signs to put up in their neighborhood. If you want to create a group,
For youth ages 13 to 20.5 our Explorer program prepares youth for a law enforcement atmosphere. Benefits of the program includes leadership, community service & life skills.
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The Sheriff’s Auxiliary a 501(C)3 organization raises funds to help support crime prevention activities as well as charitable, educational, and public security purposes. These funds will be used to educate the various unincorporated communities in Navajo County in Crime Prevention practices and to developed citizen participation, and se
The Sheriff’s Auxiliary a 501(C)3 organization raises funds to help support crime prevention activities as well as charitable, educational, and public security purposes. These funds will be used to educate the various unincorporated communities in Navajo County in Crime Prevention practices and to developed citizen participation, and service programs in the area of crime prevention. Funds raised also help with our annual Christmas for Kids programs as well as our A.L.E.R.T. Animal Livestock Emergency Response Team.)
Every year our Sheriff's Auxiliary personnel collect, wrap and deliver gifts to local children. SAV's partner up with The Steven Martin Foundation and purchase gifts for White Mountain kids. In 2019 SAV's collect and presented gifts for almost 600 children. The Sheriff's Auxiliary does need help yearly to provide for all the kids. You can donate any time of the year.
In Navajo County it is important that areas that will have an offender living in the area be notified. The SAV's completely survey and communicate with the residents that an offender will be living in the neighborhood. If you have any questions regarding offenders in your neighborhood, please call the Navajo County Sheriff's Office direct on the non-emergency line at (928) 524-4050.
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To see what information and programs Navajo County has for its citizens please go to their website.
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