Join the Marana Police Department at the first annual Back To School Safety Fair at Marana Middle School Gymnasium Saturday, July 28 from 9a-11a.

Meet the terrific Marana Police Officers, ask questions about the equipment they utilize every day to help keep the Marana community safe – everyday.  While you’re there, collect some school supplies.

If you’d like to donate supplies for the Officers to distribute to the students, please contact the SALEF office at 520-207-2878.

The Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Foundation welcomes Marana Police Department!

On January 25, 2018 SALEF Chairman Frank Youdelman presented Chief Rozema and Deputy Chief Nunez with the official Welcome letter which provides the opportunity for Marana Police Department to participate in all SALEF fund raising events and benefit from SALEF grant funding opportunities.

SALEF can accept donations on behalf of and for the benefit of Marana Police Department Officers.  Donations will be used to fund requests from Marana Police Department that fall within the SALEF mission:  for critical life-saving equipment, technology items and officer training.  SALEF is a 501c3 non-profit organization.  TIN 20-0559408.

Your monetary donations are 100% tax-deductible.  Click on the Donate Now link to make your donation.

The Marana Police Department Officer Erin Ysaguirre was awarded the Unsung Heroes Award in January, 2018 at Ventana Canyon Resort.

The Marana Police Department Canine Unit participated in the SALEF Canine Walk for Cops on the U of A Mall on Saturday, April 21st. This event is open to the community to participate and bring their 4-legged family members to walk with the Police Canines.

The SALEF Thank A Cop Day was Thursday, May 17th.  This is a special day of recognition for our police officers to thank them for the dedicated service they provide in protecting our citizens every day.  The community was encouraged to drop off thank you notes and cards at their local police station.  SALEF worked with many local area restaurants who generously donated menu items.  The food was picked up and delivered to Marana PD at breakfast, lunch and dinner time.


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