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Arizona Police K-9s Going High-Tech

June 2, 2014
A new program being used by the Arizona Department of Public Safety K-9 officers allows officers to monitor their dogs' temperature and location with the help of an Android app.

Video: Arizona Officer Killed in Wrong-Way Driver Collision

May 12, 2014
A driver who traveled more than 35 miles on the wrong side of a divided highway crashed into a Mesa, Ariz., police officer on Interstate 10 early this morning. Both drivers were killed.

Arizona Officer Killed in Wrong-way Driver Collision

May 12, 2014

A Mesa, Arizona, police officer was killed early this morning by a wrong-way driver on the transition ramp from Interstate 10 and US 60, in Tempe.

Arizona DPS Detective Resigns After Discovering Illegal Immigrant Status

December 12, 2013
A detective for the Arizona state police resigned this week after it was revealed she isn't a U.S. citizen and had — perhaps unknowingly — misrepresented where she was born on application documents, officials said Wednesday.

Shot Ariz. DPS Officer Drives Self to Hospital

September 23, 2013
Arizona highway patrol Officer Seth Meeske is expected to fully recover from a traffic stop ambush on Saturday that led to a high-speed pursuit and the death of the suspect.

Arizona DPS Testing 'Rapid DNA' Tech

August 26, 2013
The Arizona Department of Public Safety has begun testing "rapid DNA" technology that delivers a DNA profile in less than two hours. The state's DPS crime lab has been testing the Integenx Rapidhit 200 system.

Ariz. Police Biker Club Officers Fired for Bar Fight

July 23, 2013
Several Arizona officers have been fired and others may face charges for their roles in a Prescott bar fight as members of the Iron Brotherhood police biker club.

Officer Killed In Crash Along Ariz. Highway

May 7, 2013
An Arizona DPS officer was killed Monday, when an empty tanker truck failed to yield and struck the officer's patrol vehicle. Officer Tim Huffman, a 14-year veteran, was sitting in his patrol car along Interstate 8 near Yuma as a second officer attempted to shut down the highway.

Traffic Stop Uncovers Ariz. Border Tunnel

July 12, 2012
Federal and local authorities uncovered a sophisticated underground tunnel at the California-Arizona-Mexico border with lighting, ventilation, and reinforced beams possibly linked to the Sinaloa drug cartel.

Why Motor Cops Should Wear a Full-Face Helmet

January 31, 2012
With the crop of quicker, more agile police motorcycles now arriving at law enforcement agencies, you would think helmet progression would be parallel. Agencies have hesitated to adopt advanced helmets such as Shoei's Multitec that are specifically designed for today's cycles.

Arizona Troopers Pick Kawasaki for Highway Patrol

December 29, 2011
The Arizona Department of Public Safety became the third state law enforcement agency in the western United States to adopt Kawasaki's Concours 14P as its primary motor unit.

Ariz. Highway Patrol Leader Removed After No-Confidence Vote

November 3, 2011
The leader of the Arizona Highway Patrol has been demoted, following a survey of the rank-and-file that returned widespread disapproval of Lt. Col. Jack Hegarty.

'Shoot a Cop' Fliers Found at Occupy Phoenix Protest

October 31, 2011
Fliers asking, "When Should You Shoot a Cop?" were found at an Occupy Phoenix demonstration at Cesar Chavez Plaza by Department of Public Safety officials.

Arizona DPS Officers Ambushed by Smugglers, No Casualties

September 16, 2011
Shots were fired at DPS officers as they were working with the U.S. Border Patrol on a human- and drug-smuggling operation in Vekol Valley early Friday morning.

Guns at 2nd Ariz. Crime Scene Traced to Fast and Furious

September 12, 2011
The guns were recovered by the Arizona Department of Public Safety last year from the back of a stolen car. The driver had rammed two DPS vehicles, after fleeing into the Maricopa County desert on foot.

Grille-Mounted GPS-Tag Launcher Gives Officers Alternative to Pursuits

April 27, 2010
Each year, about 360 people are killed during police pursuits. About a third of those are bystanders, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Speed Cameras Installed in Arizona to Monitor Holiday Traffic

November 27, 2008
DPS is using its entire fleet of 42 speed-enforcement vans and about 20 fixed units to cover all of I-10 and I-40 in Arizona.
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