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MCSO lobbies closed to the public

MOHAVE COUNTY – Due to possible COVID-19 health concerns, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) lobby and all substations will be closed to the public. This includes offices in Lake Havasu City, Mohave Valley, Colorado City, and Beaverdam/ Littlefield.

Staff will remain working and will continue practicing the CDC recommended Social Distancing while keeping staff and the community safe. During this difficult time, MCSO will continue to serve the public in the most efficient and safe way possible. They will continue to serve the public through phone, email, and US Postal service.

The main office in Kingman is equipped with a call button outside the front door with a direct link to our staff for inquiries or to request services. MCSO encourages the community to continue to reach out to them when their services are needed.

Please call 928-753-0753 or the toll free number at 1-800-522-4312 with all non-emergency situations. For any emergency call 911.

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