The Office of the Phoenix City Prosecutor


What does the City Prosecutor's Office do?

The City of Phoenix Prosecutor’s Office prosecutes most misdemeanor crimes that occur in the City of  Phoenix.

This page will outline and guide you to information and resources such as:  information for victims and witnesses of crimes (including Domestic Violence, DUI and other crimes), information for those facing barking dog issues or neighborhood issues, information on our diversion programs as an alternative to conviction, information on special veteran, mental health and homeless courts, and professional resources.   

We not only work toward holding offenders accountable, we also use a variety of problem-solving approaches to achieving justice and making Phoenix a safer community.


A Phoenix in which everyone is safe and treated justly


We do justice to make Phoenix a better community through Problem-solving Prosecution and Prevention to promote Public Safety.


  • We empower victims by providing them a voice in court proceedings through effective advocacy, compassionate support and resources, and obtaining restitution.

  • We hold accountable those who violate the law.

  • We improve the quality of life in Phoenix by solving community problems for the long term by developing and executing strategies in collaboration with the community, government, and private entities.


City Prosecutor’s Office
Phoenix Municipal Courthouse
300 West Washington Street, 8th Floor
Phoenix, Arizona 85003
Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Telephone: 602-262-6461
Fax: 602-534-9806
TTY Relay Number: 602-534-5500