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If you believe that you are the victim of a crime that occurred within the City of Casa Grande and need more information, please contact the Casa Grande Police Department at their non-emergency number at (520) 421-8700. In the event of an emergency or a life-threatening situation, please dial 9-1-1 immediately.
You can obtain an Order of Protection or Injunction Against Harassment at the Casa Grande Municipal Court or through AZPOINT, the Arizona Protective Order Initiation, and Notification Tool. Through this portal, you can quickly and accurately fill out the forms that are needed to request an Order of Protection or Injunction Against Harassment at an Arizona court.
The City Attorney’s Office Victim Services offers free and confidential support to all victims regardless of race, gender identity, age, or income. Victims may contact the City Attorney's Office and ask to speak to a Victim Services Advocate with questions about their rights or how to obtain forms relating to victims' rights.
Continuances of a court date can only be granted by the City Court. You must file a motion with the Court prior to your Court date and in enough time that the Court has time to review and rule on the motion. You may contact the Court with any questions at 520-421-8675.
The laws of the State of Arizona are maintained in the Arizona Revised Statutes.
The City Clerk’s office maintains records of all City resolutions, ordinances, and contracts.
The Casa Grande City Clerk can provide information concerning the City's public records program, and formal requests for public records should be directed to the City Clerk. Request for inspection or copies of public records shall be made by filling out a City of Casa Grande Request for Public Records online.
Casa Grande Municipal Code
Allegations of consumer fraud can be directed to the Arizona Attorney General’s Consumer Fraud division.
No. Attorneys in the City Attorney’s Office represent the City of Casa Grande, acting through its elected officials, departments, boards and commissions, and employees with respect to official City business. Our office does not and cannot represent individuals in private legal matters, cannot provide legal advice to individuals, nor do we provide references to private attorneys. You may be able to find references to attorneys on the Arizona State Bar Association’s website.