Arizona Daily Star Poll shows Napier Leading the Way
This poll published in the Arizona Daily Star shows I have significantly greater support in the community than my opponent (bottom left). Your support means a lot to me. Thank you. I would be honored to earn your vote. Please vote Napier for Pima County Sheriff. Together we can keep our Sheriff's Department moving forward with experienced, educated, and effective leadership that serves all of us and keeps everyone safer.
Sheriff Napier Elected Treasurer to Southwestern Border Sheriff's Coalition
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department has experienced a significant reduction in violent crimes in our jurisdiction from 2015 - 2019
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department has experienced a significant reduction in violent crimes in our jurisdiction from 2015 - 2019. These crimes, including Homicide, Sexual Assault, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Larceny, and Auto Theft, are classified as Part 1 Crimes.
The Crime Statistics show us that while the jail population has decreased this year, crime has continued to decrease in 2020. The inmate population at the Pima County Adult Detention Complex has reduced from a daily average of close to 1900 inmates to today’s inmate population of 1497.
This year, the trend in crime reduction for Part 1 Crimes continues, and we have seen a decrease in overall calls for service in 2020.
January – August 2019 January – August 2020
Part One Crimes: 5,888 5,270
Overall Calls for Service: 86,373 79,015
To see our up to date statistics, view the calls for service section on community accountability page of the Sheriff’s Department Website at Pimasheriff.org/crime-map-stats/community-accountability