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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.

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 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.

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 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.

Suspect in String of Arizona Murders Kills Self During Police Standoff

June 4, 2018
The suspect in four recent murders in the Phoenix, AZ, area, was found dead on Monday morning of a self-inflicted gunshot wound following a police standoff at a Scottsdale hotel.

Tiny Super Police Supporter Joins Phoenix PD Motorcade

May 3, 2018
The Phoenix Police Department took to Facebook to share a photo of one of its young supporters who wanted to join the motorcade for Vice President Mike Pence.

Phoenix K-9 Killed Finding Suspect in Attic

April 17, 2018
Phoenix Police K-9 Bane was killed after being deployed to locate a suspect who had hidden in an attic after bailing from a vehicle a few hours earlier.

Non-Sworn Assistants Help Phoenix Police Stretch Patrol Resources

February 21, 2018
Police assistants respond to calls such as to file reports for car accidents, thefts, burglaries or criminal damage that do not involve a suspect at a scene or another potentially dangerous situation.

Phoenix Police Used New Ballistics Technology to ID Serial Murder Suspect

January 19, 2018
Since mid-2017, the Phoenix police department has been using high-powered in-house technology to compare bullet casings from multiple crime scenes. Investigators previously had to run the technology outside of the department, which could tack weeks onto an investigation.

Video: AZ Suspect Linked to 9 Murders in 3 Weeks, Police Say

January 18, 2018
After he was arrested, police kept "digging," Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said today, and discovered seven other fatal shootings in the area they say are connected to Cooksey.

AZ Suspect Linked to 9 Murders in 3 Weeks, Police Say

January 18, 2018
After a double homicide suspect was arrested, police kept "digging," Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said today, and discovered seven other fatal shootings in the area they say are connected to him. More Here.

AZ Crime Tips Program Offers Reward for Suspect in Hit-and-Run that Injured Phoenix Officer

January 10, 2018
Police say Jose Pedro Moreno Leyva, 39,  hit the motorcycle officer on October 21. According to police he was driving a pickup truck and failed to yield, turning left in front of the officer. With the impact, the officer was thrown from his motorcycle. He was hospitalized by the incident. More Here.

Video: AZ Crime Tips Program Offers Reward for Suspect in Hit-and-Run that Injured Phoenix Officer

January 10, 2018
Police say Jose Pedro Moreno Leyva, 39, hit the motorcycle officer on October 21. According to police he was driving a pickup truck and failed to yield, turning left in front of the officer. With the impact, the officer was thrown from his motorcycle. He was hospitalized by the incident.

Phoenix PD Fights Opioid Epidemic on Multiple Fronts

December 29, 2017
The Phoenix PD says the local opioid problem is about more than fentanyl. The Phoenix Police Crime Laboratory has identified a variety of compounds in illicit pills seized within the city. Some of the additional compounds include: heroin; cocaine; lidocaine, fentanyl, acetyl fentanyl, and tramadol.

Video: Special Units from Phoenix PD Show Off Capabilities at Children’s Hospital

December 29, 2017
Last week officers from the Phoenix Police Department’s Special Assignments Unit, Bomb Squad, K-9 Unit and Air Support Unit performed demonstrations for the patients at Phoenix Children's Hospital.
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