Red Mountain Patrol Division
Red Mountain Station is in the northeast portion of the City of
Mesa. The division services a population of over 157,000 people
and continues to be one of the fastest growing areas of the
Officers within the division patrol over 33 square miles from
Horne at the west to as far east as Higley Road, responding to
an average of 8,243 monthly calls for service.
The Red Mountain Station has a staff of both sworn and
civilian personnel. This is broken down into the assignments
listed below, but can be reassigned according to the needs of
- 108 patrol officers & supervisors
- 10 detectives
- 6 street crime detectives
- 9 civilians
The Red Mountain District was the first to implement a
multi-disciplinary concept to addressing community challenges.
The ACTION (All Coming Together In One Neighborhood) team
consists of city members from prosecution, Fire, law
enforcement, development and sustainability, neighborhood
services and more. The team meets to collectively and
effectively solve repeat offender problems in the district.
The crime prevention officer assigned
to Red Mountain works closely with local businesses, rental
properties and the community to help solve crime and nuisance
problems in neighborhoods and business areas.