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The Kingman Fire Department is a part of the City of Kingman municipal government. Their services are provided throughout the city limits. The department consists of career and volunteer employees providing prevention and response activities.
City of Kingman Fire Department

The current personnel roster as ov 2010 consists of 12 part-time and 48 full-time career personnel, 3 civilian support personnel, 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. Each shift is managed by a Battalion Chief. Administration, Fire Prevention, Training and Education are the other divisions necessary for our well rounded department.

Currently there are 55 full time sworn officers, 1 animal control officers, 31 civilian employees and 16 volunteers proudly serving the people of the City of Kingman.

Responsibilities include providing 911 dispatching for the City of Kingman Fire Department, and City of Kingman Animal Control.

Kingman Police Department

The Mohave Silent Witness group is a non-profit organization dedicated to the apprehension of wanted suspects through the posting of rewards. Callers to Mohave Silent Witness can remain anonymous. Rewards are paid for information leading to prosecutable cases. More information ...

Kingman is the county seat of Mohave County.

The Mohave County Sheriff Office is shown above.

The Mohave County Sheriffs office is responsible for providing law enforcement service to thousands of visitors and more than 80,000 permanent residents in the unincorporated areas of the fifth largest county in the nation.

Deputies respond to more than 50,000 calls for service each year in a county that is larger than many eastern states, 13,250 square miles.

A new county jail is presently under construction in downtown Kingman which will house 688 inmates and will be expandable to over 1100 inmates.

The Mohave County Sheriffs Office has 240 full time employees and more than 300 volunteers serving our many communities with pride and professionalism.

Sheriff's Office - Search & Rescue

We are an all-volunteer organization with more than 75 members covering all of Mohave County. Our mission is to assist the Sheriff in serving the community by carrying out search and rescue missions and other duties as requested by the Sheriff.

Our main purpose is to assist the Sheriff’s Office in the search for lost individuals, and if needed, to rescue them. We also help in evidence searches, body recoveries, security at community events, traffic control and we provide assistance during fires and other disasters.

Sheriff's Office - Sheriff's Volunteer Posse
Volunteers are utilized in many areas such as; boating safety, community policing and crime prevention, animal control, media relations, computer data entry, dispatch operations, corrections, prisoner transportation, record keeping, radio communications, and neighborhood safety patrols.
Office of the Constable

Constables are elected peace officers who perform executive duties for the justice courts in the county. The primary duties of a constable are to attend the justice courts within their precint and to enforce civil/crimina court orders arising out of justice court actions. Constables serve civil and criminal process for the justice courts and other competent authority.

Civil process includes: summonses; subpoenas; Orders of protection; injunction against harassment; notices; petitions forcible detainers; writs of restitution (eviction orders); writs of execution (property seizures); writs of garnishment; writs of attachment; writs of replevin (rental property seizure); and body attachments (arrest warrants).

Service of criminal process includes: misdemeanor and felony summonses; subpoenas; warrants; orders to show cause; notices; criminal garnishment; and writs of venire.


DPS Headquarters is located at 2319 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) is a multi-faceted organization. It remains a state-level law enforcement agency working in close partnership with other agencies to protect the public.

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