Operations Division East
9670 E. Golf Links
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Welcome to Operations Division East (ODE) or Team 4. Geographically we have the distinction of being the largest of the four patrol divisions within the Tucson Police Department, covering almost 120 square miles, which accounts for over 50% of the land mass within the city limits. Operations Division East’s boundaries are the eastern section of the city starting at Craycroft and running to the eastern city limits. The Operations Division East substation is located in the Golf Links Municipal Complex on Golf Links Road just east of Harrison. ODE shares the complex with the George Miller Golf Links Branch Library.
ODE is committed to providing the community and neighborhoods of the east side with the best service as possible. In order to achieve this goal, personnel serving with ODE believe that we must work in partnership with the community. To this end, officers, staff, and volunteers in ODE are working continuously in enhancing our relationship with the eastside community. Examples of this collaboration with the public include the citywide Lock it or Lose it Program (initiated in ODE), Crime Free Multi-Housing, and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED). CPTED is a program where
The City of Tucson is divided into four patrol divisions and a downtown district. Each division is divided into sectors, which are designated by the numbers on the map. When contacting a patrol division about a concern in your neighborhood or place of business referring to the sector number may speed your inquiry.
specially trained officers assist contractors and builders in designing both esthetically attractive and safe communities in our beautiful desert setting. Additionally, ODE has created a Division Advisory Committee where business owners, neighborhood leaders and other “stockholders” in the eastside community meet quarterly with the command staff of ODE.
ODE is comprised basically of three major components; uniform patrol, Community Response Team (CRT), and the Neighborhood Crime Section. There are eight patrol sectors in ODE serviced by ten patrol squads. In addition to the patrol officers’ goal of answering calls for service in timely and efficient manner, they also worktraffic enforcement and directed patrolling. The Community Response Team (CRT) works in uniform or plainclothes dealing with specific problems within the division. The Bike Officers complement uniform patrol in patrolling potential trouble spots. Finally the Neighborhood Crime Section conducts follow-up investigations regarding the very crimes, which affects the quality of life for our community.
Teamwork, Personal Responsibility, and Fairness are critical values we in ODE embrace to enhance the quality of life within the eastside community. The vision of the Tucson Police Department restates and reminds us about the fundamental purposes of policing-and constantly reinforcing our bond with the community we serve, and are proud to protect.
- Learn about the Bike Patrol.
- Learn about forming a Neighborhood Association.
- Learn how to create a Neighborhood Watch group in your neighborhood.
- Report graffiti here.
- Citizens requesting crime statistics are welcome to use our Web-based Crime Statistics search.
- Citizens needing to be fingerprinted may do so only at the Hardesty Multi-Service center. Visit our Services & Resources page for complete details.
- Copies of police reports and accident reports can only be obtained from TPD Headquarters, located at 270 S. Stone Ave. Call 520- 791-4461 for further information or visit the Services & Resources page.
- All property taken as evidence or safekeeping is stored at the Headquarters Building. Call 520-791-4458 for further information, or visit the Services & Resources page.
- City Council Wards: Ward I, Ward II, Ward III, Ward IV, Ward V, Ward VI