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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.


La Paz County Sheriff's Facebook Posts

August 10, 2018

INDEPENDENT PRESS RELEASE
FROM: La Paz County Sheriff’s Office

The La Paz County Sheriff’s Office Department has partnered with the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety and obtained $42,331 for a traffic enforcement vehicle. Through direct traffic enforcement and education of the public, efforts will be made to reduce traffic violations on the roadways in the areas in and around the La Paz County.
Also installed on this vehicle is a License Plate Reader (LPR) that is used to detect and track stolen and other wanted vehicles that travel through La Paz County. A $32,521.00 grant from the Arizona Auto Theft Authority paid for this equipment and installation.
Deputy Michael Rudd of the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office was assigned this new Police Pursuit Vehicle because of his dedication and traffic enforcement efforts. Deputy Michael Rudd is dedicated to making La Paz County a safer place to live and travel through.
The La Paz County Sheriff’s Office asks that if you are going to drink alcoholic beverages that you do not drive; find a designated sober driver.
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August 10, 2018INDEPENDENT PRESS RELEASE
FROM: La Paz County Sheriff’s OfficeThe La Paz County Sheriff’s Office Department has partnered with the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety and obtained $42,331 for a traffic enforcement vehicle. Through direct traffic enforcement and education of the public, efforts will be made to reduce traffic violations on the roadways in the areas in and around the La Paz County.
Also installed on this vehicle is a License Plate Reader (LPR) that is used to detect and track stolen and other wanted vehicles that travel through La Paz County. A $32,521.00 grant from the Arizona Auto Theft Authority paid for this equipment and installation.
Deputy Michael Rudd of the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office was assigned this new Police Pursuit Vehicle because of his dedication and traffic enforcement efforts. Deputy Michael Rudd is dedicated to making La Paz County a safer place to live and travel through.
The La Paz County Sheriff’s Office asks that if you are going to drink alcoholic beverages that you do not drive; find a designated sober driver.

 

Comment on Facebook

Congrats bro you earned it. Sweet ride

That is sweeet lookin ! (The car, Rudd, the car lol)

Congratulations Deputy Rudd. Be careful with that machine and don't get hurt. Retired Sgt. Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Looking good rudd

Woohoo!! Congrats

Sweet!!

Stay safe

Need to patrol 95 North between Quartzsite and Parker! Idiots with a death wish have scared us often.

Congratulations! Nice ride there!

Julio C Fajardo

Congrats! Nice ride

Yea. It’s about time someone gets us off the deadliest roads list. Now..catch me if you can 🤣🤣🤣 just kidding 😃👋

Great news! I hope to see a lot of speeders caught on Hwy 72, especially the big rigs. They are dangerous at 55 MPH, but they must think AZ72 is a racetrack. Be safe out there deputies and thank you from the heart for all that you do for us.

Congratulations and Thank you for doing a great job.

Awesome Amazing Job 🙂

Congratulations tank you for your service, god bless you all and be careful out there

Awesome pic

Well Done Sheriff

Yes! Safety first!!!!!! Congrats, on the Governor, efforts and contributions!!!! Paralegal, Stephanie Hunter💼🔑

RUDD 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻

Outstanding. Now the Sheriff's Dept can help QPD with the scofflaws coming off exit 19 and the speeders on Business 10. Within weeks could but another vehicle and hire more deputies.

Congratulations ! Yes Our Sheriff's Department always keep Parker safe. Thank you All

Super you guys.

Get it Mike! Woooot

congrats mike

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Jasmine Alazay

Debbie Bohnen

Roxanne Tapia try it

Amanda Nichelson

Sean Casey

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4 days ago

La Paz County Sheriff's Department

Too many people to thank.

On Saturday August 11th, the La Paz County Sheriff’s Department hosted a fundraiser dinner for the family of fallen State Trooper, Tyler Edenhofer. The dinner/silent auction was a success and we were able to raise approximately $5000 for the family. We sold close to 300 plates of food and auctioned off all of the donated items.

The community support was greatly appreciated. We had so many people/businesses donate their time and/or services, that it would be difficult to list everyone on this post.

This event would not have occurred if it wasn’t for the coordination and hard work from from Hollie Lucas and Tammy Hiatt. We would also like to thank Karen Bonds for cooking over 300 plates of food, our Sheriff’s Department Admin staff, Smallcakes for attending and donating cupcakes for everyone, the Elks Lodge for allowing us to use their building, the F.F.A., the Parker Explorers and most of all, thank you Tyler Edenhofer for your service.
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Too many people to thank.On Saturday August 11th, the La Paz County Sheriff’s Department hosted a fundraiser dinner for the family of fallen State Trooper, Tyler Edenhofer.  The dinner/silent auction was a success and we were able to raise approximately $5000 for the family.  We sold close to 300 plates of food and auctioned off all of the donated items.The community support was greatly appreciated. We had so many people/businesses donate their time and/or services, that it would be difficult to list everyone on this post.This event would not have occurred if it wasn’t for the coordination and hard work from from Hollie Lucas and Tammy Hiatt.  We would also like to thank Karen Bonds for cooking over 300 plates of food, our Sheriff’s Department Admin staff, Smallcakes for attending and donating cupcakes for everyone, the Elks Lodge for allowing us to use their building, the F.F.A., the Parker Explorers and most of all, thank you Tyler Edenhofer for your service.Image attachment

 

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Vicki,Top Shelf Crafts, Freedom Rifle Company LLC,SCD Designs LLC Thin Blue Line USA, SmallCakes Lake Havasu City - thank you for your donations! <3 Your support is amazing!

Good job everyone. Food was great, small cakes were great and nice meeting the officers that support our community.

It was a great evening... the food was amazing.. and the community support was outstanding...loved seeing all the DPS officers there ❤️

Vehicle accident, head on collision, at mile post 36 on State Route 72 (between Bouse and Vicksburg). Both lanes are blocked, please use alternate route until further notice. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Becky Kaibetony

Prayers for those involved and especially our first responders.

Was a sad scene this morning. Not a way to start a day. Prayers for the young man and his family.😓

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Tammy Triplett Ruff

Prayers for all involved but I’m not shocked! I drive that all the time going to Havasu and Parker from Phoenix and people make unsafe passes all the time! I can’t tell you how many close calls I see!

🙏

Hope there were no fatalities 😣

🙏

Was it fatality

I will not drive that road for that exact reason . So sad

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This has been happening since the 1970's Unsafe passing. Terrifies me.

Prayers for all involved🙏

Drive this road every day. See nothing but excessive speed and unsafe passing.

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Rest in Peace Sir!!!!

Thank you for your service

Thank you for your service.

Thank you for your service.

Rest in peace

Fred West

Thank you for your service to our community and our country

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