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Chief Says Phoenix Police on "Maximum Staffing" for Tuesday's Trump Event

August 18, 2017
Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams issued a statement Tuesday, assuring the public that her department is "well prepared" for the visit to the city by President Donald Trump on Tuesday. More Here.

Chief Says Phoenix Police on "Maximum Staffing" for Tuesday's Trump Event

August 18, 2017
Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams issued a statement Tuesday, assuring the public that her department is "well prepared" for the visit to the city by President Donald Trump on Tuesday.

Phoenix Police Launch "Rock the Crosswalk" Campaign to Reduce Pedestrian Traffic Incidents

August 15, 2017

The Phoenix Police Department has launched a public safety campaign that uses clever re-imagined visuals from pop culture to urge people to use crosswalks when crossing the streets and drivers to be more attentive to the presence of pedestrians on the road.

The "Rock the Crosswalk" campaign has the goal of reducing vehicle vs. pedestrian accidents in the city. Last year there were 101 vehicle vs. pedestrian collisions in Phoenix.

(Photos: Phoenix PD/Facebook)

Man Robbing AZ Drugstore Shot and Killed by Civilian, Police Say

August 2, 2017
A man attempting to rob a north Phoenix drugstore was shot and killed by a customer Tuesday evening, police say.

Rollover Collision Sends 2 Phoenix Officers to Hospital

June 19, 2017
Two Phoenix, AZ, police officers were transported to the hospital following a rollover collision in west Phoenix Sunday morning.

Police Believe Armed Man Arrested at Phoenix Comicon was Planning Attack on Officers

May 26, 2017
Officers said the 30-year-old Valley man was armed with a shotgun, three handguns and knives. He struggled with officers, according to police, but nobody was injured in the incident. He has not been identified.

Family of Slain AZ Officer Meets with President Trump for Police Week

May 16, 2017
The family of a Phoenix police officer who was feloniously killed on duty in 2015 met with President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday morning as part of the observance of National Police Week.

Phoenix Police ID Suspect in 2016 Serial Shootings

May 9, 2017
According to police officials, Aaron Saucedo, 23, has been identified as a suspect in connection with the shootings. The announcement was made during a news conference Monday afternoon that was attended by many public officials, including Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton.

AZ Agencies Struggle to Fill Officer Ranks

April 25, 2017
"We are facing trying times, we are depleted of resources," said Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone at a press conference held at the Phoenix branch of Northern Arizona University on Monday.

Tesla 'Autopilot' Car Hits Phoenix Police Motorcycle

March 30, 2017
A Phoenix police motorcycle was struck by a Tesla Model X reportedly operating on autopilot last week, police said.

Video: Undercover AZ Officer Rams Murder Suspect to End High-Speed Chase

March 16, 2017
A murder suspect led officers on a high-speed chase through Phoenix Wednesday, sometimes going against traffic, until an undercover officer rammed the vehicle.

Undercover AZ Officer Rams Murder Suspect to End High-Speed Chase

March 16, 2017
A murder suspect led officers on a high-speed chase through Phoenix Wednesday, sometimes going against traffic, until an undercover officer rammed the vehicle. The suspect died at the scene. More Here.

New Short Film Stars Former Phoenix Officer

March 10, 2017
"Mitch Rapp: Off Book" is a new indiegogo-funded short film featuring former Phoenix Police Department officer Andy McDermott in the title role. The film is based on the popular series of books by author Vince Flynn.

Phoenix Chief Talks to Public About Deadly Force Incidents

February 14, 2017
I want to share facts to help us gain understanding and find common ground. I want you to know that 18 of these incidents involved criminal suspects with guns, guns they were using against our community and against our officers. Five of the suspects were attacking people with knives. Two suspects were fighting with lone officers and trying to take their guns. More Here.

Video: Phoenix Chief Talks to Public About Deadly Force Incidents

February 14, 2017
I want to share facts to help us gain understanding and find common ground. I want you to know that 18 of these incidents involved criminal suspects with guns, guns they were using against our community and against our officers. Five of the suspects were attacking people with knives. Two suspects were fighting with lone officers and trying to take their guns.

Phoenix PD Releases Body Camera Footage of May Shootout with Murder Suspect

December 28, 2016
Francis Clark was shot and killed after opening fire on two Phoenix Police officers who were investigating a report of shots fired. Those shots, police later said, were from Clark shooting and killing his girlfriend, Mercy Cordova.

Video: Phoenix PD Releases Body Camera Footage of May Shootout with Murder Suspect

December 28, 2016
Francis Clark was shot and killed after opening fire on two Phoenix Police officers who were investigating a report of shots fired. Those shots, police later said, were from Clark shooting and killing his girlfriend, Mercy Cordova.

Phoenix Officer Delays Retirement to Serve with Son

December 22, 2016
Phoenix, AZ, Officer Jess Wilhite was "honored that his son is following in his footsteps" and he even "stayed on the Department longer than anticipated just to be here when his son joined the force officially."

Phoenix PD Assigning Detectives, Sergeants to Patrol Duty

December 15, 2016
Phoenix Police leaders have announced the department plans to reassign detectives and sergeants to street patrols in an effort to manage a continuing shortage of officers.

Up Through the Ranks

December 7, 2016

Now that Williams has achieved one of her greatest career goals by becoming chief of her hometown Phoenix PD, she has equally lofty goals for the department.

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