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Police Use-Of-Force Data Scattered, DOJ Wants to Standardize Reporting

November 13, 2015
The reporting of use-of-force by law enforcement across the country is fragmented, making it nearly impossible to track and compare agencies, according to a national investigation by ABC15 and other Scripps television stations. The scattered system now has the Department of Justice working to develop a way to standardize use-of-force reporting. More Here.

Video: Phoenix Officer Fights to Bring Service Dog to Work

November 5, 2015
Phoenix Officer Scott Sefranka is documenting his struggle with the City of Phoenix to bring his service dog to work after he was injured in the line of duty.

Phoenix Officer Fights to Bring Service Dog to Work

November 5, 2015
Phoenix Officer Scott Sefranka is documenting his struggle with the City of Phoenix to bring his service dog to work after he was injured in the line of duty. More Here.

Video: Suspect Drives Car at Phoenix Officer, Causes Injury

October 12, 2015
A Phoenix police officer is in the hospital after injuring his knee when a suspect drove toward him during a foot pursuit on Saturday morning.

Suspect Drives Car at Phoenix Officer, Causes Injury

October 12, 2015
A Phoenix police officer is in the hospital after injuring his knee when a suspect drove toward him during a foot pursuit on Saturday morning. More Here.

Phoenix Police Rethinking Traditional Foot Pursuits

October 12, 2015
The Phoenix Police Department has now joined a number of agencies around the country that are considering or have already penned a policy dictating how officers should react when faced with a fleeing suspect. The Phoenix department currently has no written guidelines of the sort.

Phoenix Officer Violated Policy in Shooting, Use of Force Board Says

September 18, 2015
The Phoenix Police Sergeants and Lieutenants Association is disappointed in the findings and says it does not factor in the split-second decision the sergeant who shot Cusseaux had to make.

Video: Phoenix Officer Shot During Traffic Stop, Suspects Arrested

September 16, 2015
A Phoenix police officer is in serious condition after he was shot multiple times on Wednesday during a traffic stop around 2:45 a.m.

Phoenix Officer Shot During Traffic Stop, Suspects Arrested

September 16, 2015
Phoenix police Sgt. Jonathan Howard said the officer was shot multiple times but is expected to survive thanks to his vest. Two suspects have been arrested. More Here.

Video: Phoenix Officer Creates Superhero Event to Empower Abused Children

September 11, 2015
“These children are superheroes to us when they come here and tell us what’s happened in their lives. The abuse that they have undertaken, the things that are happening to them, it takes a lot for them to do that,” Sean Reavie, Phoenix Police detective and event organizer, said.

Shootings on I-10 in Phoenix Have Police, Public on Edge

September 10, 2015
Ten cars and trucks have already been struck, mostly by bullets but also by other projectiles, since Aug. 29, all on or near Interstate 10.

Video: Arizona First Responders Organize Fundraiser for Abused Children

September 1, 2015
Det. Sean Reavie of the Phoenix Police Department organized the Superhero September fundraiser in conjunction with the Phoenix Fire Department and the Childhelp Children's Advocacy Center of Arizona to help empower children impacted by abuse.

Arizona First Responders Organize Fundraiser for Abused Children

September 1, 2015
Det. Sean Reavie of the Phoenix Police Department organized the Superhero September fundraiser in conjunction with the Phoenix Fire Department and the Childhelp Children's Advocacy Center of Arizona to help empower children impacted by abuse. More Here.

Shots Fired at Phoenix Officer During Traffic Stop

August 24, 2015
Authorities are searching for leads in a traffic stop turned dangerous when two suspects opened fire on a Phoenix police officer in west Phoenix, a police spokesman said.

Phoenix Officer Dances at Summer Block Party

August 17, 2015
This video was taken at the Si Se Puede Blockwatch party in Phoenix August 13, 2015. In addition to partnering for a safer community, Lt. Tom Van Dorn, Resource Lieutenant of the Neighborhood Enforcement Team, was asked to get out and dance to promote #fitphx that encourages a healthier lifestyle and exercise. He was also in full uniform in 109-degree heat. 

Video: Phoenix First Responders Escort Fallen Officer's Children to School

August 11, 2015
Phoenix police officers and firefighters lined up outside Terramar Elementary School to honor Travis Murphy's kids as they walked into their first day of school. Murphy was killed in the line of duty five years ago.

Phoenix First Responders Escort Fallen Officer's Children to School

August 11, 2015
Phoenix police officers and firefighters lined up outside Terramar Elementary School to honor Officer Travis Murphy's kids as they walked into their first day of school. Murphy was killed in the line of duty five years ago; he left behind his wife Danielle and two children. More Here.

Bounty Hunters Mistake Phoenix Chief's House for Fugitive's Hideout

August 6, 2015
Nearly a dozen bounty hunters swarmed a house in Phoenix Tuesday night, but instead of finding a man wanted in Oklahoma, they found Joseph Yahner, the police chief of the sixth largest city in America. More Here.

Video: Bounty Hunters Mistake Phoenix Chief's House for Fugitive's Hideout

August 6, 2015
Nearly a dozen bounty hunters swarmed a house in Phoenix Tuesday night, but instead of finding a man wanted in Oklahoma, they found Joseph Yahner, the police chief of the sixth largest city in America.

Man Convicted of 2010 Phoenix Police Officer's Murder

July 16, 2015
The man accused of murdering Phoenix police Officer Travis Murphy in 2010 was found guilty of first-degree murder in court Wednesday afternoon.
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