Bagdad Fire & RescueBagdad Fire & Rescue – 501 North Lindahl St. – (928) 633-6590
Call 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency.

In addition to emergency response, WVBFD personnel also:

  • Perform fire hydrant testing and inspection
  • Serve as medical standbys at public events and gatherings
  • Provide walk-in blood pressure screenings at all fire stations
  • Offer fire inspections for commercial properties and home fire safety inspections
  • Provide public education for fire safety and prevention, CPR, and accident prevention

YCSO

 24 hour Reporting number emergency or non-emergency: (928) 771-3260
 Silent Witness:  (800) 932-3232

Bagdad Substation
Phone:
non-emergency (928) 771-3360 or (928) 633-5018
Hours: Tuesday – Thursday 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. Closed holidays and Saturday – Monday.

The Bagdad Substation can assist the public during normal business hours with: fingerprinting,  release of  reports, county dog licenses, notary services, statistical crime reports, local YCSO background checks, extra patrols, vacation watches, taking in civil papers that need to be served, ride along request forms, information on our VIP program.  They also provide general information for questions on help lines like Red Cross, Salvation Army, Catholic Social Services, Faith House (Domestic Violence), legal aid and many more helpful services.  In addition, she can provide phone numbers for other Courts, MVD, Livestock,  Game and Fish, DPS and other Statewide Police Agencies as well as how to contact Victim Witness and the County Attorney and many more.

Reverse 911: community members can register their phone numbers by going to ycsoaz.gov and Clicking on the Emergency Notification System (CODE RED)

Debra St. Ledger, SAC West Area Office Coordinator
Phone: (928) 442-5292 (direct line and voice mail)
Email: Debra.Stledger@Yavapai.us

Bagdad Area Sargeant Ross Diskin – contact with questions, concerns or to file a complaint.
Phone: (928) 777-7348 (direct line and voice mail)
Email: Ross.Diskin@Yavapai.us

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