Page Police Department

Courage • Compassion • Integrity

Citizens Served
Sworn Officers
Civilian Employees
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About Page Police Department

The Page Police Department is a progressive, professional, and ALEAP accredited agency. Our agency is comprised of 23 sworn law enforcement officers and 20 civilian employees who strive to fight crime in a proficient and proactive manner. Our officers are highly trained and are held to the highest degree of integrity and honesty. Their compassion shines brightly in their daily patrol work and community involvement.

Along with our incredible staff, we collaborate with surrounding law enforcement agencies as partners to ensure the maximum level of service to the community. We participate in a variety of community policing initiatives, including Coffee With A Cop, Neighborhood Watch, Shop With A Cop, Police Explorers, Serving Our Seniors, and more.

Through innovative policing partnerships and transparency with our community, we are committed to keeping the City of Page a safe and wonderful place to live, work and visit.

Our Mission:

The Page Police Department’s Mission is to protect the lives and property of our diverse community

Our Vision:

We are committed to preventing and reducing crime. as a department, our goal is to create a safe community by being a progressive, community-oriented police department, while respecting the rights of all individuals

Core Values:

Courage • Compassion • Integrity

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Meet Our Department

Tim Lange

Chief of Police

Larry Jones


Alie Malnack

Executive Administrative Assistant

We are committed to transparency

We intend to inform and educate the public about incidents, statistics, and other related topics


We are one of twenty departments in Arizona with an Arizona Law Enforcement Accreditation Program Certificate of Accreditation

National law enforcement accreditation has been around since the 1970’s. States have more recently looked for alternatives that are more cost effective and more specific to state requirements. 28 states now have their own state accreditation programs. The Arizona Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ALEAP) was created in 2017 by the AZ Chiefs of Police Association. In September of 2018 the Page Police Department became one of the first 12 agencies in the state to enter the program. On September 15, 2020, the Page Police Department became the eighth agency in the state to earn its accreditation, which is awarded every four years.

We have met 175 ALEAP standards that highlight high-risk, high-liability areas such as:

  • Role and Authority
  • Use of Force
  • Management, Staffing & Utilization of Personnel
  • Records Management
  • Information Technology
  • Fiscal Management
  • Recruitment and Selection of Personnel
  • Performance Evaluations
  • Code of Conduct
  • Internal Affairs / Professional Responsibility
  • Patrol Functions
  • Evidence and Property Control
  • Detainee Security
  • OSHA Requirements
  • Policing in Indian Country