Hopi Resource Enforcement Services (HRES) was created in 1989 through Hopi Tribal Resolution H049-89. In 1994, through Resolution H-163-94, HRES was reaffirmed as a Law Enforcement entity to enforce Tribal Ordinances and State laws.
HRES oversees the Hopi Sex Offender Registration Tracking (HSORT) office that was established by Hopi Tribal Council Resolution H-049-2012. HSORT monitors and tracks Hopi and non-Hopi members who were convicted as Sex Offenders at Tribal, State and Federal levels who live, work or go to school on boundaries of the Hopi Indian Reservation.
We, the members of Hopi Resource Enforcement Services, pledge to our people in providing quality, professional law enforcement service to the community, protecting life, culture and natural resources of the Hopi Tribe.
To be recognized as a progressive law enforcement agency now and into the future.
Core Values H.O.P.I.
- HONOR – We commit with integrity to being a member of this department and servicing the community with pride
- ORGANIZATION – To provide a systematic structure of continuous needs and professionalism to our Hopi/Tewa people as well as maintain our roles, responsibilities and tasks which are governed by our Hopi Tribal Government
- PROFESSIONALISM – We are committed to achieving the highest level of performance that exceeds all expectations.
- INTEGRITY – As an organized structured department we commit to be honest, have sense of duty, and above all else make sound moral decisions.
HRES provides effective, efficient, proactive community policing to the Hopi/Tewa villages and surrounding communities near the exterior boundaries of the Hopi Tribe. HRES Field Operations includes two squads. Range Enforcement and Patrol/Traffic Enforcements. These include:
- Enforcement of Hopi Code and Tribal Ordinances, Arizona State Statutes and Federal Laws to protect life, culture and natural resources of the Hopi Tribe
- Preservation of wildlife, livestock, environmental surroundings, cultural & archeological sites and other natural resources of the Hopi Tribe
Safeguard communities through awareness, education, enforcement of Tribal, State and Federal laws
Collaboration with neighboring law enforcement agencies in a partnership of sharing information and training of officers.
Cell Phone: (928) 497-1493
HLES Office – General Information
Fax: (928) 734-7345