Tucson Mountain District
Tucson Mountain District - map
6261 N. Sandario Road
Phone (520) 351-3811
Comments and concerns expressed by the Tucson Mountain District Commander
Welcome to the Pima County Sheriff's Department's newest patrol district's webpage - the Tucson Mountain District. The District office is now open and fully staffed. We are located at 6261 N. Sandario Road, and the main phone number is (520) 351-3811.
Hopefully the Picture Rocks and Avra Valley communities will use this page as a reference for information, which will assist them in making life more secure and enjoyable. The District Commander will regularly update this site with relevant information and address concerns of the residents of the Tucson Mountain District.
The Tucson Mountain District commander is Lieutenant James Mellen.
The Tucson Mountain District is geographically located to better serve the residents of the Picture Rocks and Avra Valley areas. This new district encompasses the area bounded by I-10 to the east, Mile Wide Road to the south, the Tohono O'Odham Reservation and the Ironwood National Forest to the west, and the Pinal County line to the north. The Tucson Mountain District is staffed with one lieutenant, four sergeants, 19 deputies, civilian personnel, and Sheriff's Auxiliary Volunteers.
The District office is located at 6261 N. Sandario Road. The office is staffed, and open to the public, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, from 8:00am to 5:00pm. The District phone number is (520) 351-3811.
Resources and Personnel
Personnel assigned to the Tucson Mountain District are committed to providing a quick response to calls for service and developing a partnership with the citizens of the community. Deputies will be available to attend community meetings and provide crime prevention and safety presentations.
However, if a deputy assigned to the Tucson Mountain District is not available, the Department's Community Resources Unit is available to provide speakers and present classes on a number of safety and crime prevention topics. Community Resources can also assist with establishing a Neighborhood Watch Program. Neighborhood Watch facilitates the partnership between law enforcement and the citizens of the community to address specific neighborhood problems. Contact the Community Resources Unit at (520) 351-4615. Be pro-active in your community!
Lieutenant James Mellen is the commander of the Tucson Mountain District and will oversee the day-to-day operations. As the commander, he will address residents' concerns and provide information on crime activity and trends in the area. It is hoped that this information will be useful in making the community a safer place to live.
Continue to check back for updates as the Tucson Mountain District continues to address the specific concerns of the community.
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