Save the Date: Saturday, February 26, 2022, Noon to 3 p.m.

Come meet Eden in person and join us for “Bowling for Eden.”

Eden will be the first Emotional Support/Facility dog in a law enforcement agency in Yavapai County. Although Eden was “gifted” to them, there was no budget to pay for all of her needs. Bowling for Eden will raise the money to get her started. She is currently in training and will be joining the Police Department sometime in 1st Qtr. of 2022.

Bowlers will receive: Eden tote bag, pizza and a non-alcoholic drink. Donation $40 per bowler or $150 for a team of 4.

There will also be a Raffle and Silent Auction with lots of great prizes!

For more informaton please visit: Bowling for Eden

The Prescott Police Foundation

The Prescott Police Foundation ("Foundation") was organized in August of 2013, as a not for profit foundation pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes, in support of the Prescott Community. The Foundation supports the Prescott Police Department with charitable activities. The Foundation supports the Prescott Community and the Prescott Police Department, including:

  • The Prescott K-9 Unit, the K-9s, and K-9 events
  • Citizens on Patrol
  • The Police Explorer Post
  • The Role Model Scholarship Program at Prescott High School
  • Prescott's Community events
  • The Annual Police Awards Banquet
  • The purchase of unbudgeted equipment and supplies
  • Shop with a Cop
  • Membership Options

Chief Amy Bonney

Serving the Prescott Police Department

Police Chief Amy Bonney began her career with the Prescott Police Department in 1998. She served as a patrol officer and has held many positions while rising through the ranks until her promotion to Deputy Chief in 2016 and Police Chief in 2021. During her career, Police Chief Bonney was awarded the Medal of Valor, Sworn Officer of the Year, Supervisor of the Year, and multiple other departmental and community awards. Police Chief Bonney is proud to be involved and active in the Prescott and law enforcement communities, currently serving as the President of the Kiwanis Club of Prescott; the 1st Vice President of the FBI National Academy Associates, Arizona Chapter Board of Directors; the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police Training Committee; the Arizona Leadership and Development Program; the Boys and Girls Club Safety Committee; Prescott Women Who Care, and American Lutheran Church music and children’s ministries, among others. Police Chief Bonney holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Northern Arizona University, a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Phoenix, and graduated with the 257th session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.