Dial 928-774-4523 and select option 1 for non-emergencies
The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division is dedicated to preventing and responding to crimes in Coconino County. The patrol division also works closely with the Criminal Investigations Division in providing support to the detectives.
The Sheriff's Office Patrol Division is committed to the community policing philosophy. The goals are to:
Meet the needs of the community and work toward the common good of the community
Enhance the quality of life within the community
Establish alliances among law enforcement, community members, businesses, and other government entities
Become part of the community and develop a thorough understanding of the day-to-day activities within the community
Facilitate crime prevention and problem solving within the community
Patrol Districts The Coconino County Sheriff's Office Patrol Function is divided into three geographical patrol districts: Flagstaff (includes Tuba City, Sedona, Blue Ridge, and Forest Lakes), Page (includes Fredonia), and Williams (includes Grand Canyon).
Flagstaff Patrol District Staff
Lieutenant Jim Coffey, Flagstaff Patrol Lieutenant phone 928-226-5060
Sergeant Bill Rackley, Administrative Sergeant
Sergeants John Jamison, Jason Lurkins, Dustin Maggard, James Steng
Page Patrol District Staff
Page General Business phone 928-645-8873
Lieutenant Bret Axlund, Page Patrol and Page Detention phone 928-679-8705
Sergeant Seth Cutchen
Williams Patrol District Staff
Williams General Business phone 928-635-4487
Lieutenant Brian Tozer, Patrol Lieutenant phone 928-679-8730
Sergeants Gerrit Boeck, Mike Sifling
Requests for Officers for Special Events
If you are in need of officers to provide security for special events, please call our Administrative Office at 928-226-5012 and ask for Extra Duty Assignment Coordinator.
The Sheriff's Office also has a number of members in our Volunteer Patrol Program. These individuals provide a valuable service to our Community Policing Program.