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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.

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.

Officer Injured in Shootout at Phoenix Apartment Complex

December 26, 2017
A man is accused of shooting and killing his estranged wife and their two children at a Phoenix apartment complex before injuring an officer in a Christmas Day shootout with police.

Vievu Body Cameras on Patrol with Major Agencies

December 8, 2017
Oakland PD was an early advocate of Vievu body camera technology and has been using the company's products since 2010. The department currently has 775 cameras; most of them the Vievu LE3 model. Now the department is moving to upgrade all of its officers' cameras to the latest Vievu model, the LE5.

Boy on Mission to Buy Every Officer a Donut Visits Maricopa County Sheriff's Office

November 2, 2017
Tyler Carach, 9, is on a mission to buy every law enforcement officer a donut and earlier this week he visited the Maricopa County (AZ) Sheriff's Office (MCSO). More Here.

Video: Boy on Mission to Buy Every Officer a Donut Visits Maricopa County Sheriff's Office

November 2, 2017
Tyler Carach, 9, is on a mission to buy every law enforcement officer a donut and earlier this week he visited the Maricopa County (AZ) Sheriff's Office (MCSO).

Video: Phoenix Officer Under Investigation for Allegedly Failing to Report Robbery Attempt

September 25, 2017
Detectives are investigating an attempted armed robbery at a convenience store where a uniformed Phoenix police officer witnessed the crime but failed to call it in or report it.

Phoenix Officer Under Investigation for Allegedly Failing to Report Robbery Attempt

September 25, 2017
Detectives are investigating an attempted armed robbery at a convenience store where a uniformed Phoenix police officer witnessed the crime but failed to call it in or report it. More Here.

Phoenix Officer Wounded, Saved by Armor in Gunfight

September 21, 2017
More gunfire was exchanged between the man and police, who ended up shooting the man. The man also shot one of the Phoenix officers, who was wounded but likely was saved by his protective vest.

AZ Officers Attacked by Protesters at Trump Rally, Respond with Tear Gas

August 23, 2017
“The good news is the job of the Phoenix Police Department tonight was to make sure that everyone got home safely,” Mayor Greg Stanton said. “The good news is that is exactly what occurred in Phoenix tonight.”

Video: AZ Officers Attacked by Protesters at Trump Rally, Respond with Tear Gas

August 23, 2017
“The good news is the job of the Phoenix Police Department tonight was to make sure that everyone got home safely,” Mayor Greg Stanton said. “The good news is that is exactly what occurred in Phoenix tonight.”

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)

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