Crime Alert Bulletins. CAC makes every effort to provide a safe and secure environment for everyone. To this end, in the event of a serious crime or incident occurs on campus that poses a threat to students, employees, or others, the Central Arizona College Police Department provides the campus community with a timely notice of such information (24-48 hours of the reported incident) via campus e-mail and posting flyers throughout the campus. The notice will provide information about the incident and any pertinent crime prevention/safety information.
Records and Reports. The Records Section is responsible for the indexing and filing of all police reports generated by CAC Police Officers. Pursuant to ARS 39-121 police reports may be inspected by the public and are subject to limitations provided by law, regulation and judicial decision. All or part of a police report may be available depending on the status of an investigation through the criminal justice system. To request a copy of a report, a “Request for Inspection of Public Record“ form must be filled out and submitted to the records section in person, by mail or by fax. You must be able to identify the report by providing the case report number. If the case report number is unknown, provide an approximate date and location, the name of an involved person, and the type of incident. The records section is open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, closed during state observed holidays. The fee schedule for copies of public records request are:
Police Report - One (1) to five (5) pages $5.00
Additional pages $.15 per page
Fingerprinting - $5.00 for three cards
If further assistance is needed, records personnel can be reached at (520) 494-5445 or by fax at (520) 494-5568.
Daily Incident Log. The Police Department maintains and records a daily log of all department activity, including crimes that are reported to campus authorities and local law enforcement. The log also includes crime information at the college’s satellite campuses and centers. The log is updated daily and available upon request at the office of the Police Department, during regular business hours.