We, the employees of the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office, commit to providing all individuals a safe environment using innovative techniques and resources while being sensitive to the needs of each community.
- We will respond in a timely manner with respect, dignity and compassion when called upon.
- We will make all decisions based on the highest ethical and moral standards and will accept responsibility for our actions.
- We will work proactively with our citizens and communities providing effective leadership while ensuring quality services.
- We as professionals view our responsibilities as a covenant of public trust.
Kelly “KC” Clark was elected Navajo County Sheriff in 2008 and has served in the Navajo County Sheriff's Office since 1989. Sheriff Clark is an Arizona Certified Police Officer, having graduated from the Northland Pioneer College Police Academy, and is a graduate of the 220th F.B.I. National Academy and the Drug Enforcement Administration's Drug Unit Commander's Academy.
Sheriff Clark has been supervising Criminal Investigations for 14 of his past 20 years with Navajo County. This unit includes the multi-agency drug task force, Major Crimes Apprehension team (MCAT), K-9 unit, Internal Investigations and the Sheriff's Criminal Investigations unit. Sheriff Clark was one of the first law enforcement officials in Navajo County to partner with the Navajo County Drug Court Program and also assisted in forming the Navajo County Drug Coalition.
The Sheriff's Office is comprised of many units: Patrol, Communications, Criminal Investigations, Evidence, Administration, Adult Detention (Jail), Training, and Search and Rescue. The Sheriff's Office also sponsors the Sheriff's Auxiliary Volunteers who assist the uniformed deputies and local law enforcement partners in numerous areas whenever called upon, saving county taxpayer dollars.
Sheriff Clark has been a resident of Navajo County for the past 28 years. He and his wife Brenda have five children and have lived in Holbrook for the past fourteen years. He welcomes your questions or comments. Please feel free to e-mail him directly using the Comments page. For non-emergency service please call (928) 524-4050.
For emergencies call 911