"Protecting and Serving the Anthem Community Since 2002."

 501(c)3 Public Charity EIN: 20-1193097  

North Valley Posse

MARICOPA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

 

explorer program

 
As an Explorer, young adults have the opportunity to assist the Maricopa County Sheriffs Office. Explorers can broaden their understanding and firsthand knowledge of the challenges and job skills that make up their community’s law enforcement service. For more information on the Explorer's Program ​

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Curfew  for minors

 
Curfew Hours: As a general rule, minors who are under 16 years old cannot be away from home from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. the following day. For minors between 16 and 18 years old, the curfew is midnight to 5 a.m. However, there are some significant exceptions.

If the minor is with an adult or has been specifically directed to a location by an adult for a legitimate reason, then there is no curfew violation. For example, if a parent sends his or her 15-year-old son to a pharmacy to purchase some medicine at 10:30 p.m., then the minor would have a valid defense if he receives a citation claiming he violated curfew restrictions. There are other key exceptions as well, including the minor being involved in an emergency or going directly to or from work.

Anthem Neighborhood Watch

 
Anthem Neighborhood Watch is a special group of volunteers who work with local law enforcement agencies to help reduce crime and vandalism in a community

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Vacation Watch Registration

 
The M.C.S.O. North Valley Posse offers a free vacation watch for residents who leave on vacation or are otherwise temporarily unable to look after their homes.

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Graffiti/Vandalism Online Tip Form

 
To report vandalism or graffiti in progress, please call 911.
All other reports regarding vandalism or graffiti, use this form as an easy way for residents to provide information about graffiti and vandalism that has occurred within the community. Please provide as much detailed information as possible.

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MCSO Warrant portal

 
ONLY CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICERS should ever attempt to effect the arrest of any person named in this database. All felons should be considered armed and dangerous. If you have information on the current location of any person listed, call your local sheriff or the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office at (602) 876-1011 or send us a tip by clicking the mail icon [Send Us a Tip] on the right side of an individual's information..

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anti-bullying campaign

 
Educators, Deputies and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office North Valley Posse work together to host Anti-Bullying assembles for schools. Experts present on topics such as Bullying and violence in school. By talking to and educating kids, we are changing the climate, reducing bullying and other risk behaviors, and also increasing academic achievement. For information on having an Anti-Bullying assembly email info@nvposse.org

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Anthem Events

 
Anthem residents and visitors from across the Valley enjoy perfect weather and great events like Anthem Days (March/April), Music in May (every Friday in May), Independence Day Celebration (July), Autumnfest (October), Anthem Veterans Memorial Ceremonies (May & November) and  More....

community resources you should know about.

drug take back

 
M.C.S.O and North Valley Posse, in cooperation with the Drug Enforcement Agency hosts "Prescription Drug Take-Back Days" several times a year. As with previous Take-Back events, a site will be set up in the community so local residents can return their unwanted, unneeded, or expired prescription drugs for safe disposal. For information on local Drug Take Back Days email info@nvposse.org

Pets and animals

 
Maricopa County's leash law prohibits pet owners from allowing their animals to run at large outside the homeowner's property. The animal must be confined to the home or property, either inside the house or within an enclosed yard. When a pet is outside of its confined area, it must be restrained on a leash no longer than six feet in length.

Please Be Aware:


  • Enforcement of most laws and ordinances involving dogs is the responsibility of Maricopa County Rabies and Animal Control.
  • Dogs may not be loose unless they are being used for livestock control or hunting.
  • Pets outside of the residence must be in a suitable enclosure or confined on a leash no longer than six feet in length.
  • Pets must be leashed in neighborhood parks and Community Park at all times.
  • It is unlawful for dog owners to harbor a dog that barks or howls on a consistent basis and disturbs the peace of neighbors..