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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

We were visited by the Parker High School “S” Club today. They were delivering flowers and reminding everyone about domestic violence awareness month coming up in October. Thank you for coming in to see us today ladies. ... See MoreSee Less

We were visited by the Parker High School “S” Club today. They were delivering flowers and reminding everyone about domestic violence awareness month coming up in October.  Thank you for coming in to see us today ladies.

1 day ago

La Paz County Sheriff's Department

We’re very proud to introduce our very own Doc McStuffins!!

Doctor Solano had a very sad visitor today. A little boy named William came in to the Vet with his toy doggie this morning. His dog’s name is Max and max was broken.. 😢 so he asked if Doctor Solano was the real life Doc McStuffin and could maybe fix max.... and she said “time for ur check up max!” They went and found batteries and fixed up max! Little William was so excited! They also gave him his shot and some medicine too! Thanks for being a great Doctor and a great person Rayanne Solano!!

Doctor Solano will soon be helping us at the Animal Shelter here in Parker. Make sure to come by and say hello, maybe even adopt a pet while you’re at it.
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We’re very proud to introduce our very own Doc McStuffins!!Doctor Solano had a very sad visitor today.  A little boy named William came in to the Vet with his toy doggie this morning. His dog’s name is Max and  max was broken.. 😢 so he asked if Doctor Solano was the real life Doc McStuffin and could maybe fix max.... and she said “time for ur check up max!” They went and found batteries and fixed up max! Little William was so excited! They also gave him his shot and some medicine too!  Thanks for being a great Doctor and a great person Rayanne Solano!!Doctor Solano will soon be helping us at the Animal Shelter here in Parker.  Make sure to come by and say hello, maybe even adopt a pet while you’re at it.Image attachment

 

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Cute! So nice to take the time to make his day.

Welcome Doc!

So good,to see a,doctor here. Thank you for being so kind.

That was sweet Doc!!

Doctor Solano has a nice ring to it. Congratulations

Will she have a practice in area also? Glad she will be helping at shelter. All fur babies need love

We hope soon

Katie he is the cutest!

Way to go Doc !!

So cute sister❤️❤️

Ale Velez, it's your baby William! Katie Flynn, too adorable!

Jeremy H Adams

Awww...you're already a great doctor, Dr. Solano!!!!

So cool! Im so glad she came back to parker!! Definitely needed in parker! And shes a wonderful vet!!!

Wonderful story...so kind of you.

She Is Lakotas Vet, Very Nise Lady Doc,

A great story! 🙂

Very beautiful, uplifting story. Does she have an office in Parker?

So awesome to hear! Such a great community role model! ♡

Please keep us posted..would love a vet here.

Thank you La Paz County sheriffs department! Meeting William was definitely a highlight for me! Thank you for allowing me to help with the canine deputies and the shelter! Look forward to this continued partnership for many years!!

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Parker Live
It's been years since I got my truck stuck in the desert, but it happened today at lunchtime when I was talking to my parents on the phone and decided to go off the road while doing so. When I asked Curt Bagby if he had a tow rope, he showed up with La Paz County Sheriff Bill Risen to pull me out. It's moments like these when you find out these guys just live to help! Thanks Captain Bagby and Sheriff Risen!

-John Wright, Parker Live
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Completely wonderful🍃🌷🍃

I know who to call next time I’m stuck !

1 week ago

La Paz County Sheriff's Department

Please ask our Deputies why they’re wearing purple badges.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The La Paz County Sheriff’s Department would like to start a conversation with our citizens about ending domestic violence.

Did you know that domestic violence affects one in four women and one in seven men in Arizona? Our goal is to bring attention to the problem and hopefully educate the public on what we/they can do to help.

There are people you may know who live in an abusive relationship and don’t want to or know how to take the necessary steps to get out. Our job is to identify these victims and help them make the right choices to start a new life. The Deputies will be carrying information with them that you can give to someone if you suspect they’re a victim. There are counselors at Haven Resource Center in Lake Havasu City and the Colorado River Crisis Shelter in Parker who can meet with victims and help give them the resources and confidence needed to get out and start over.

So, when you see a La Paz County Deputy wearing the purple badge, hopefully it will strike up a conversation or maybe even the courage for someone to come forward and point us in the direction of a victim in need of assistance. Even if we’re only able to help one, we would consider that successful.

If you feel that you have any information that could be helpful, please feel free to call us at 928-669-6141, or you can email us anonymously through our website at www.Lapazsheriff.org.
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Please ask our Deputies why they’re wearing purple badges.October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  The La Paz County Sheriff’s Department would like to start a conversation with our citizens about ending domestic violence.Did you know that domestic violence affects one in four women and one in seven men in Arizona? Our goal is to bring attention to the problem and hopefully educate the public on what we/they can do to help.There are people you may know who live in an abusive relationship and don’t want to or know how to take the necessary steps to get out.  Our job is to identify these victims and help them make the right choices to start a new life.  The Deputies will be carrying information with them that you can give to someone if you suspect they’re a victim.  There are counselors at Haven Resource Center in Lake Havasu City and the Colorado River Crisis Shelter in Parker who can meet with victims and help give them the resources and confidence needed to get out and start over.So, when you see a La Paz County Deputy wearing the purple badge, hopefully it will strike up a conversation or maybe even the courage for someone to come forward and point us in the direction of a victim in need of assistance.  Even if we’re only able to help one, we would consider that successful.If you feel that you have any information that could be helpful, please feel free to call us at 928-669-6141, or you can email us anonymously through our website at www.Lapazsheriff.org.Image attachment

 

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Beautiful love the support and the badges 💜

Beautiful love the support and the badges 💜

Pretty!

One of my favorite deputies <3

Blanca Y Joe Turitto we should get purple bands boss!!!

Domestic violence survivor 💜💜 with the amazing help of Mr. Bill Risen.

You guys should do a Pink Patch Project patch too!

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Colorado River Regional Crisis Services is the La Paz County local DV services provider there 24hr number is 1-888-499-0911 and there office number is 928-669-8527

Oh Danielle Banuelos. So beautiful! !

#deputystrong

That’s awesome!!

Thank you La Paz County Sheriff's Department for assisting victims and helping to bring awareness to this terrible social epidemic!

❤️❤️❤️ I love this. I credit a wonderful officer at the Palm Desert Sheriff’s Department for saving my life so many years ago. I’m no longer a victim, but an advocate.

Thank you for your awareness of DV... it needs to stop! 🙁

TY for calling domestic violence to light and for helping. I am a domestic abuse survivor. Back when I was a victim we did not have the help and facilities that are available today. 💜

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Suicide awareness month

Esp bad in football season 🙁

Thank you! Lost my mom 12/31/03 to DV. 💜💜

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There will be a large controlled burn at the Emerald Canyon Golf Course on Monday September 10th. Be prepared to see a lot of smoke and please share so we don't get too many 911 calls. Thanks ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Jeff N Stephanie McCormack

Burn baby! burn! 🔥

Suspect arrested for multiple Jet Ski thefts.
On September 5th, 2018, Sergeant S. Maya from the La Paz County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to the area of Moovalya Keys, in the unincorporated area of Parker, for a theft of a Jet Ski.
Upon his arrival, he learned that an unknown suspect(s), had allegedly been stealing Jet Skis from homes along the river, joy riding for a period of time, stealing another jet ski and then swapping out, leaving the previously stolen one behind.
While Sergeant Maya was collecting the Jet Skis at the Boating Safety Center and assisting the victims, the suspect traveled past in another stolen Jet Ski. Not having access to one of our Patrol Vessels, the Buckskin Fire Department stepped up and offered to assist Sergeant Maya with apprehending the suspect.
They located the suspect walking away from the Roadrunner Floating Bar towards the alleged stolen Jet Ski. Sergeant Maya immediately exited the Buckskin watercraft and took the suspect into custody, identifying him as Tony Brasil out of California.
While preparing to transport Brasil back to the Boating Safety Center, Sergeant Maya was approached by a staff member from the Roadrunner Bar. At that time, he learned that the suspect, Brasil, had allegedly ordered food, drinks and cigarettes and then walked back to the stolen Jet Ski without paying.
Brasil was booked into the La Paz County Detention Facility for several counts of Theft and evading arrest on a watercraft. He will be seen at the Parker Justice Court on September 6th for his initial appearance.
I would like to point out what a great job Sergeant Maya did on this case; he was able to improvise to make the arrest and ensure our local victims were reunited with their property. I would also like to thank the Buckskin Fire Department, Firefighters Weatherford and Kowolski, for their assistance in this matter (Kowolski was unavailable at the time the photograph was taken).
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Suspect arrested for multiple Jet Ski thefts.
On September 5th, 2018, Sergeant S. Maya from the La Paz County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to the area of Moovalya Keys, in the unincorporated area of Parker, for a theft of a Jet Ski.
Upon his arrival, he learned that an unknown suspect(s), had allegedly been stealing Jet Skis from homes along the river, joy riding for a period of time, stealing another jet ski and then swapping out, leaving the previously stolen one behind.
While Sergeant Maya was collecting the Jet Skis at the Boating Safety Center and assisting the victims, the suspect traveled past in another stolen Jet Ski.  Not having access to one of our Patrol Vessels, the Buckskin Fire Department stepped up and offered to assist Sergeant Maya with apprehending the suspect.
They located the suspect walking away from the Roadrunner Floating Bar towards the alleged stolen Jet Ski.  Sergeant Maya immediately exited the Buckskin watercraft and took the suspect into custody, identifying him as Tony Brasil out of California.
While preparing to transport Brasil back to the Boating Safety Center, Sergeant Maya was approached by a staff member from the Roadrunner Bar.  At that time, he learned that the suspect, Brasil, had allegedly ordered food, drinks and cigarettes and then walked back to the stolen Jet Ski without paying.
Brasil was booked into the La Paz County Detention Facility for several counts of Theft and evading arrest on a watercraft.  He will be seen at the Parker Justice Court on September 6th for his initial appearance.
I would like to point out what a great job Sergeant Maya did on this case; he was able to improvise to make the arrest and ensure our local victims were reunited with their property.  I would also like to thank the Buckskin Fire Department, Firefighters Weatherford and Kowolski, for their assistance in this matter (Kowolski was unavailable at the time the photograph was taken).

 

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Great job by our sheriff’s department!

And that's what it's all about! Fantastic job Sgt. Maya!

Fantastic job with great mutual assistance! WTG guys.

Outstanding job and thank you!

Awesome Job LPSD

Way2go Sgt. Maya keeping our county safe!!!!

Awesome Job LPCSO and Buckskin Fire!! Teamwork to make the community safer!

Good Job and Thanks

great team work. .

Great to hear!

Glen Paul Johnson

Would have been cheaper to rent one.. glad they got him.

Kudos to law enforcement 😎

Outstanding guys, another one off the river, Great Job..!!

Yay go Steve Maya!!!!!

Good job you guys

Nice job boys. You get a attaboy.

Get all those thieves!!!!

Nice job.

Yesss

Wow, far from the boy jumping off the coffee table. You should be so proud Joyce!

Good job!!!

Maya is awesome!

Nice job! Last laugh is on him

Marie Cheramy Hendry

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