Arizona Ranger Badge

The Arizona Rangers provide armed assistance to any State, Local, Federal or Tribal agency in the Arizona. Rangers volunteer their time and pay for their own training and equipment. We are all volunteers and operate as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Collectively, the organization donates 82,000 hours annually.

The Arizona Rangers

TUCSON COMPANY

 

Assisting State, Local, Federal and Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies

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The Arizona Rangers, who are they?

Law Enforcement Assistance

The Rangers assist with a wide variety of tasks including:

  • Traffic Control
  • Event Security
  • Crime Scene Preservation
  • Prisoner Watch
  • Prisoner Transport
  • Collision Scenes
  • Saturation Patrols
  • Additional Uniformed Presence

VIP Security Details

Our Rangers have assisted with executive security for a variety of elected officials. This includes multiple Senators, Congressmen, the Vice President and even the President of the United States.

Community Service

The Rangers also provide event security services for many community organizations and nonprofits. We have worked with organizations like, Make-A-Wish Foundation, M.A.D.D., The Gospel Rescue Mission, S.A.L.E.F. and many more.

Church Security

Churches love working with the Rangers. We work with ther security teams to identify safety and security issues, train church security staff and develop emergency contingency plans. 

Giving Back

With the Arizona Rangers being a 501c3 organization itself, our mission is to give back to the youth in our communities! Todays youth are tomorrows leaders and part of our mission is to help ensure their success!

Join Today!

The Arizona Rangers – Tucson Company is a premier law enforcement assistance and community organization donating thousands of hours to the community each year! Are you ready to be a part of something bigger than yourself and serve the community and those who protect it? 

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Arizona Rangers on Duty
Rangers training with the PoPo
Arizona Rangers on Duty

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Arizona Rangers Are Not Peace Officers

The Arizona Rangers are NOT sworn peace officers. Normally, we do not have any more arrest authority than an average civilian. We do not go through the police academy, and we do not have the same extensive training as police officers do. Every Ranger is a volunteer. We understand our boundaries and assist where we can. We are well trained in those areas. Our goal is to handle the time consuming. menial tasks. This allows those police officers extra time to back each other up, protect their communities and go home to their families safely. For smaller departments, the Arizona Rangers are a force multiplier. Take a peek at some duty pics. 

Arizona Rangers on traffic duty

Creative Ways Law Enforcement Agencies Utilize the Arizona Rangers

In today’s environment of reduced budgets, staffing shortages and increased violence towards police officers, agencies are getting more creative in the ways they utilize the Arizona Rangers.  Click here for True Stories. We are a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit. Every Ranger is a volunteer.

Creative Uses

Hours the Arizona Rangers Donated Last Year

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What People Are Saying

The Arizona Rangers are a force multiplier for our small department. We use them a lot!

Manuel Amado

Chief of Police

The Arizona Rangers volunteer to put on a uniform, badge and a gun. They go into harms way to help law enforcement. Now, several of our instructors joined the Tucson Company. We volunteer time to train them. 

Micharl Meshirer

CEO - Talon Tactical Training

The Arizona Rangers work with us, they train with and we love them. They are one of us…

Commander Shonk

South Tucson Police Department

The Arizona Rangers train with us, they listen and they absorb everything. They ask great questions. When it comes time to execute, they impress us. As a Training Sargent, that is refreshing to see and it helps our officers trust them.

Sgt. Lane

Training Sargent STPD

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The Arizona Rangers Tucson Company

Tucson, Arizona

Public Relations Officer

Sgt. Bill Nordbrock