believe a crime has been or may be committed. I also urge you to assist your neighbor when he or she has been a victim of such activity. Together we can make a difference.

 

Our department consists of roughly 24 sworn officers, 13 dispatchers and 20 civilian/support staff. There are several different sections within our department, which includes patrol, dispatch, records, administration, vehicle maintenance, evidence, livestock control, forest rangers, brand inspectors and a SORNA officer.  We provide coverage for approximately 1.6 million acres with a tribal populatiojn of about 15,000 enrolled WMAT tribal members.

 

This web site is one way that the White Mountain Apache Police is attempting to provide our citizens and those citizens surrounding the White Mountain Apache Reservation with important information.  Visit us on the web reqularly as we will change information contained in this site from time to time.  If you have any suggestions or information you would like to share.  Call us at (928) 338-4942 or email us at the address indicated below.  We hope you enjoy your visit.

 

Morey Cole, Captain

White Mountain Apache Police Department

(928) 338-4942 ext. 230

moreycole@wmapolice.com

Police Captain - Acting Chief of Police

On behalf of the men and women of the White Mountain Apache Police Department, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our website and thank you for your interest in our department.  I hope you enjoy navigating our website and find the information that has been compiled on our organizations and service helpful.  A police department can never be a success if it does not embrace the needs and desires of the people it serves on a regular basis.  Our community members are our largest asset in the fight to prevent crimes of opportunity or misguided personal desire.  As we embark on our primary mission of providing for the peace and security for the White Mountain Apache Reservation. We hope that you will support our efforts by contacting the police department when you