• La Paz County Sheriff's Office
  • 1109 W Arizona Ave, Parker, AZ 85344
  • 928-669-6141
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La Paz County Sheriff’s Mission Statement

The mission of the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office is to maximize the quality of life to the citizens of the county we serve. To uphold the law fairly and firmly; to prevent crime; to address the problems of the county we serve; to pursue and bring to justice those who violate the law; to keep the peace of the county; to protect, help and reassure all people of La Paz County and to do this with integrity, common sense and sound judgment.

We will be compassionate, courteous and patient. We will act without showing fear or prejudice to the rights of others. We will be professional, calm and restrained in the face of fear, danger and/or irrational behavior.

We will strive to reduce the fears of the public and, in so far as we can, reflect its priorities in the actions we take. We will change and mold our office as necessary to maximize our service in meeting the needs of a growing county.


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Thank you

Thank you God!!!

Great job. Thank you.

Thank goodness. Bless him.

Thank God.

So glad to hear - and thank you for letting us know.

Praise God and in the heat

Thank god

PTL!

Great job LPCSO! 🙂

Awesome

Glad to hear

Good news 👍

Glad he's safe....

Godbless

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MISSING PERSON
Please be on the lookout

Louis Douglas Harter DOB 7-8-52
Goes by Douglas
Unknown clothing
Parkinson’s and suicidal
Ford PU AZ 28 of 398SAB

If you see or have recently seen Harter, please call your local Law Enforcement agency or the La Paz County Sheriff’s Dispatch at 9286692281 or 8888184911
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MISSING PERSON
Please be on the lookoutLouis Douglas Harter DOB 7-8-52
Goes by Douglas
Unknown clothing
Parkinson’s and suicidal
Ford  PU AZ 28 of 398SABIf you see or have recently seen Harter, please call your local Law Enforcement agency or the La Paz County Sheriff’s Dispatch at 9286692281 or 8888184911

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A family friend helped me find him last night. He is safe and sound. Thank you to all who helped look for my dad, thank you so much!!

Hes been FOUND SAFE in Nevada! Thanks for all your prayers and shares! -From the Harter family.

Prayers for his return.

Hopefully he will be found safely prayers

Hopefully he will return home safely. Sending prayers for he and his family. Color and year of truck would help.

Thank God 🙏 He's Alright 🙌

Praying for him 🙏❤️

Praying he will be found safe and sound

Amen

Found!

🙏🏻find this ice gentle “grandpa”, I don’t know who he is, but look T that , maybe confused, man. 🙏🏻 (nice, not ice,)

they found him

Was in the McD in Quartzsite Wednesday off yellow short sleeved shirt and shorts it was middle of the afternoon

I hope he is found safe! Did anyone head to Quartsite McDonald's to see if he is still around or talk to the employees?

🙏🏼🙏🏼

Oh no. Fingers crossed they find him safe and sound

🙏🙏

Shared in Maricopa AZ and Everywhere else Nationwide.

Any make or model on the pick up? Better vehicle description would help out more

He goes by Doug and is almost deaf, so he can not hear well

Approx height?

I think he is headed to Alaska

Found

Where was he last seen??

Shared and Following at National Center For Missing and Endangered, Inc.

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Close call!!

Today, while working a typical patrol shift, La Paz County Deputy J. Castaneda happened to be in the right place at the right time. He heard a medical call for a small child choking and it was only a few blocks away from his location. Arriving first on scene, Deputy Casteneda used the Heimlich maneuver to dislodge the object from the four month old child’s airway. Had it not been for Deputy Castaneda’s training and quick response, this situation could have been much worse. We’re very proud of Deputy Castaneda and all of our staff at the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office. While you’re out celebrating the 4th of July, take the time to thank the first responders who are out ensuring your safety.

Happy 4th of July everyone.
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Close call!!Today, while working a typical patrol shift, La Paz County Deputy J. Castaneda happened to be in the right place at the right time.  He heard a medical call for a small child choking and it was only a few blocks away from his location.  Arriving first on scene, Deputy Casteneda used the Heimlich maneuver to dislodge the object from the four month old child’s airway.  Had it not been for Deputy Castaneda’s training and quick response, this situation could have been much worse.  We’re very proud of Deputy Castaneda and all of our staff at the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office.  While you’re out celebrating the 4th of July, take the time to thank the first responders who are out ensuring your safety.Happy 4th of July everyone.

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Thank you all first responders for always being there to help save lives & keeping our communities safe.

Thank you for Serving and keeping our Community safe! God Bless you!!!

Great job! Thank you Sir for everyday you put that uniform on and protect the people..💙🙏🏻💙🙏🏻 God bless you.

Thanks! All of the emergency people in are area need a Big Thanks! They have so much area to cover. Bless you all.

God Bless you and all the officers out there risking their lives...thank you for your service 💙🇺🇸❤️

Typical law enforcement response. Deputy Castaneda and all of our law enforcement agencies and military deserve the utmost gratitude and respect every day! Thank you for your service sir.

Wonderful. God does work wonders. Hallelujah to the sheriff. Thank you Mr. Castaneda.

God's earth 👼 thankfully because of you and your training that baby has a 2nd chance at life ❤ Thank you to all the first responders for your service and sacrifices God Bless you and keep you safe Happy 4th of July 🇺🇸

Awesome keep up the good work officer Castaneda

An Angel among us and saved the life of this sweet child. Glad it had a happy ending. 💪💪💪💪💪

Excellent job!!! So thankful for all our First Responders do to keep our community safe.

Outstanding, thank you Deputy.

Way2go Deputy, thank you for being out there and protecting the community.

Awesome job! Thank you and God bless you! 🙏🏽🙏🏽

Thank you for having compassion, love and kindness! Be safe!

God Bless You, your rapid response and your medical training. May we continue to be blessed by your skills and knowledge.

Very good work! Thank you for your service!

Wonderful job! Thank you for your heroic service.

Awesome job, we need to be proud of this young man

Awesome amazing and thank you so much !!

Thank you. My husband and have both lost a child. What a blessing you were today

Fantastic job a true hero, thank you for serving our community.

Thank you for all you do you are amazing

Thank you for Saving that little one!!

Great job! EVERY PARENT.....EVERY ADULT, should know basic first aid. Get trained people.

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In Monday’s Board Meeting, Mohave County Sheriff D. Schuster thanked Sheriff Risen and his staff for their assistance for an evacuation back in April.

Back in April 2019, the Mohave County Detention Facility experienced a hazardous condition that forced the evacuation of approximately 50 inmates. In a moments notice, Sheriff Risen immediately agreed to help and accepted the temporary transfer of the inmates while Sheriff Schuster’s facility was being decontaminated.

Sheriff Schuster came down to La Paz County to personally thank the Sheriff, his staff, and the Board of Supervisors for their support during that difficult time.

Pictured below; Sheriff Risen, Sheriff Schuster, Officer Calton, Commander Suffle, Officer Blackburn, Officer Salee, Sergeant Solano and Sergeant Montoya.
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In Monday’s Board Meeting, Mohave County Sheriff D. Schuster thanked Sheriff Risen and his staff for their assistance for an evacuation back in April.Back in April 2019, the Mohave County Detention Facility experienced a hazardous condition that forced the evacuation of approximately 50 inmates.  In a moments notice, Sheriff Risen immediately agreed to help and accepted the temporary transfer of the inmates while Sheriff Schuster’s facility was being decontaminated.Sheriff Schuster came down to La Paz County to personally thank the Sheriff, his staff, and the Board of Supervisors for their support during that difficult time.Pictured below; Sheriff Risen, Sheriff Schuster, Officer Calton, Commander Suffle, Officer Blackburn, Officer Salee, Sergeant Solano and Sergeant Montoya.

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Many thanks!!

Very cool!!!

Cody Brinkerhoff Still getting the mix up 😂

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