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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.

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How do the Arizona Rangers help law enforcement?

Law enforcement utilizes the Arizona Rangers in many ways, from traffic control to overnight surveillance. For smaller departments, the Rangers are a force multiplier. Nonprofits use the Rangers for armed event security. This reduces the overhead for the event and leave the nonprofit with more money to benefit the community.

Collectively, the Arizona Rangers donated approximately 82,000 hours last year. Take a look at our photo gallery. 

Large Events

Large Events

The Arizona Rangers are called in to provide security and traffic control for for a variety of large events including Country Thunder, Nam Jam, El Tour De Tucson, Classic Car Show, Marana Founders Day, 4th of July Fireworks, Hope Fest, GRM Holiday Feast and many more....

Prisoner Transportation

Prisoner Transportation

The Arizona Rangers transport inmates to and from the Pima County Jail. We do this for multiple courts including The Oro Valley and City of South Tucson. During the court hearing, the Rangers provide court security as well. Every hour the Rangers volunteer allows...

Traffic Control

Traffic Control

The Arizona Rangers are called in to direct traffic for special events, serious accidents including interstate shutdowns. Recently there was a fatal automobile accident. The Pima County Sheriff's Office Traffic Investigators need time to gather all the evidence. In...

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