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Phoenix Police Reaffirm Oath

January 04, 2013  | 

For the first time in the 131-year history of the Phoenix Police Department, officers retook the oath of office.

Phoenix City Court chief presiding judge Roxanne Song Ong administered the oath to dozens of officers at City Hall on Thursday morning.

This will be a yearly event for the department. According to the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, some officers believe the ceremony is a waste of time.

Read the full KTAR story.

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Bob@Az. @ 1/5/2013 7:16 PM

Wow. "Dozens of Officers". With over 3000 sworn in the Dept. they only got a few dozen to waste their time. Good move chief, that personnel background is showing through. Blues, stay safe.

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