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Queen Creek Public Safety Day Jan. 8

Posted 12/23/21

In less than three weeks, the Queen Creek Police Department will officially join the Queen Creek Fire & Medical Department in keeping residents protected and safe.

To celebrate the launch, the …

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Queen Creek Public Safety Day Jan. 8

A total of 52 members of the Queen Creek Police Department received their badges in a special ceremony Dec. 1.
A total of 52 members of the Queen Creek Police Department received their badges in a special ceremony Dec. 1.
Town of Queen Creek
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In less than three weeks, the Queen Creek Police Department will officially join the Queen Creek Fire & Medical Department in keeping residents protected and safe.

To celebrate the launch, the town will host a free public safety day celebration on Saturday, Jan. 8. It will take place from 9 a.m. to noon in the parking lots of Fire Station 1 and the Law Enforcement and Community Chambers Building, 20727 Civic Parkway, according to a release.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet officers and firefighters, enjoy activities, and check out Queen Creek’s public safety equipment and vehicles.

Free coffee from Starbucks and donuts from Walmart will be provided, while supplies last.

Queen Creek police officers will officially begin patrolling the streets on Jan. 11. Until QCPD begins service, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office-District 6 remains the town’s law enforcement provider. The MCSO substation in Queen Creek is at 20727 E. Civic Parkway.

For emergencies, call 911. MCSO’s non-emergency number is 602-876-1011.

For additional information about the town, visit QueenCreekAZ.gov. To stay updated on news, follow the town on Facebook.com/QueenCreek and Twitter.com/TownofQC.

To report non-emergency issues and find answers to commonly asked questions, please visit QueenCreekAZ.gov/SeeClickFix.

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