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Arizona Authorities Warn About Consequences of Hoax School Threats

September 6, 2018
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery said anybody caught posting threatening hoaxes will be prosecuted and liable for costs.

ACLU Sues Phoenix Police Over Trump Protest Response

September 5, 2018
The lawsuit was filed by the Arizona chapter of the ACLU, Los Angeles-based law firm Hadsell Stormer & Renick LLP and civil rights attorney Dan Pochoda. Plaintiffs are requesting a court bar Phoenix police from using excessive force against protesters in the future and are also seeking financial rewards.

Making Superheroes

August 30, 2018

Phoenix Crimes Against Children detective Sean Reavie created the charitable effort Superhero September to provide toys and apparel as well as other comforts for the children his detective unit is tasked with protecting.

Arizona Police Association Blasts ACLU Over Remarks about "Reckless" Police Shootings

August 30, 2018
The Phoenix Law Enforcement Association posted a lengthy statement on its website in response to statements made by Alessandra Soler, Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona.

Arizona Police Use Mannequins with Radar Guns to Discourage Speeding

August 20, 2018
The Operations Division recently outfitted mannequins armed with radar guns and positioned them next to empty police vehicles in order to encourage drivers to slow down at intersections known to be the locations of frequent collisions due to speeding.

Arizona Officer Critically Wounded in Gunfight During Traffic Stop

August 17, 2018
According to ABC-15, a Phoenix police spokesperson said both the officer — who has not yet been named — and suspect were in critical condition on Thursday night.

Video: Arizona Police Sergeant Fired for Using BWC to Film "Office Sex"

August 16, 2018
A former police sergeant with the Superior (AZ) Police Department has been fired after he reportedly used his body-worn camera to record himself having sex with a woman in his office.

Arizona Police Sergeant Fired for Using BWC to Film "Office Sex"

August 16, 2018
A former police sergeant with the Superior (AZ) Police Department was fired after he reportedly used his body-worn camera to record himself having sex with a woman in his office. 

Owner's Claim That Arizona Deputy Unnecessarily Shot Her Dog Refuted by Video

August 10, 2018
MCSO says the pet dog called Chevy attacked Tarzan and inflicted a number of injuries. The deputy tried to separate the two dogs but after that failed, he shot and killed Chevy. "MCSO K-9 Tarzan sustained injuries to his face and chest to include a broken tooth," the statement reads.

Police in Arizona Shoot, Kill Accused Murder Suspect

August 10, 2018
The Farmington Police Department said that 41-year-old Pedro "Peter" Lucero was shot and killed during an arrest attempt by the U.S. Marshals Service in Mesa, AZ.

NFL Team Raises Money in Honor of Slain Arizona Trooper

August 8, 2018
“It’s great that the team can be a vehicle for the whole community to participate in this fundraiser,” Cardinals President Michael Bidwill said during Saturday’s event.

Arizona Chief Given Prestigious CALEA Award

August 3, 2018
Last week Scottsdale, AZ, Police Chief Alan G. Rodbell was awarded the "Egon Bittner Award" for his significant contributions to the public safety profession and to CALEA.

Arizona Trooper Killed, Another Wounded in Gun Grab Attack

July 26, 2018
Trooper Tyler Edenhofer was shot and killed. Edenhofer had just graduated from the DPS academy on May 4 and was an officer-in-training.

Arizona Officer's Widow Grateful for New PTSD Law for First Responders

July 20, 2018
The widow of Craig Tiger — a Phoenix police officer who had been diagnosed with PTSD before dying by suicide — told reporters that she "is grateful for the new law that will help other first responders across the state have better access to mental professionals."

Arizona Officer Critically Injured in 2-Vehicle Collision

July 20, 2018
The officer was reportedly not in uniform and not in a marked police car, while conducting "administrative tasks" at the time of the accident.

Arizona Governor, Accompanied by Phoenix Officials, Signs New First Responder PTSD Bill into Law

July 19, 2018
The purpose of this new law is to provide help to first responders who experience PTSD as a result of events they experience or witness on the job. “Arizona is grateful to the first responders who put their lives on the line every single day to protect our communities. With these commitments and sacrifices, we want to ensure that those who experience trauma on the job have access to the support they need," Governor Ducey said.

Arizona Deputy Dragged, Shot in Leg at Traffic Stop

July 18, 2018
Deputy Velasco went after the suspect on his motorcycle and approached the car again. The suspect then shot Velasco in the leg.

Wide Open Spaces

July 13, 2018

As it turned out, this was a perfect example of the "bad assignment" that resulted in many positive outcomes.

Arizona Police Shoot, Wound Man Holding Replica Gun

July 11, 2018
The gun that a 35-year-old man reportedly pointed at a Phoenix police officer before being shot Monday has been determined to be a replica.

Arizona Police to Undergo Implicit Bias, Cultural Sensitivity Training

July 10, 2018
The Phoenix Police Department has partnered with a group that uses experts in psychology and sociology in racial and cultural sensitivity training to teach each of the agency's nearly 3,000 officers about implicit bias in law enforcement.
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