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DHS Rolls Out Multi-Band Radio Technology To Responders

August 24, 2012
The Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has completed the Multi-Band Radio (MBR) pilot project with the transition of more than 100 radios with the newest multi-band technologies.

Demoted Ariz. Cops Sue City Over Crime Scene Slideshow

August 10, 2012
Four Phoenix Police Department officers accused of showing photos of corpses in a video slide show during a holiday party have filed a $2.9 million notice of claim against the city.

Ariz. Suspect Killed When SWAT Raid Triggers Gunfight

August 2, 2012
The Surprise (Ariz.) Police Department's SWAT team shot and killed a suspect early Thursday during a dynamic entry at a home where they were serving a drug warrant.

Serial Flashlight Bomber Strikes Phoenix Area

June 11, 2012
Federal authorities have offered a $10,000 reward for help solving three explosions involving homemade flashlight bombs that injured five people.

Phoenix Names New Police Chief

March 26, 2012
On Monday, city officials announced the hiring of Daniel Garcia, an assistant chief and the third highest-ranking law enforcement officer in Dallas. Phoenix Public Safety Manager Jack Harris retired in April.

Custom Armor Vest Fails Phoenix Police Testing

February 17, 2012
A body armor model produced by Custom Armor Technologies in May of 2008 failed several independent tests and will be pulled from service by the Phoenix Police Department.

Phoenix Police Test Extended Shifts

January 5, 2012
Starting Monday, Phoenix Police officers will begin testing extended shifts for its officers, the department has announced. Under a six-month pilot program, officers from the Cactus Park Precinct will work three days of shifts of 13 hours and 20 minutes followed by four days off.

Phoenix Police Use Assembly Line To Clear Warrants

December 14, 2011
The Phoenix Police Department is setting up an assembly line process using tents in a parking lot to clear as many as 2,000 outstanding misdemeanor-arrest warrants.

Goldwater Institute Sues Phoenix Over Police Union Work

December 8, 2011
The Goldwater Institute is suing Phoenix and its biggest police union on behalf of two residents in an attempt to bar some Phoenix police officers from collecting a city salary for time spent doing work for the union, according to records filed Wednesday at Maricopa County Superior Court.

Phoenix Police Ambush Suspect ID'd

November 28, 2011
Joseph Sandoval has been charged with multiple counts including aggravated assault, and weapons and parole violations, for allegedly opening fire on officers responding to a trespassing call at a vacant trailer.

Phoenix Cops Ambushed At Trailer Park

November 26, 2011
A suspect inside a trailer park opened fire on two Phoenix Police officers responding to a trespassing call, critically wounding one and pinning down a second before additional officers could arrive.

After the Fall

November 3, 2011
Anyone wonder what happens to a police officer "after" he or she is killed in the line duty? Unfortunately, I had the sad opportunity and yet the privilege to find out firsthand. Several days ago, 27-year-old Glendale (Ariz.) Police Officer Brad Jones was shot in the line of duty by a suspect who isn't worth the dirt we walk on.

Phoenix Cop's 2010 Death Remains a Mystery

October 20, 2011
A death of a Phoenix Police officer who was found fatally shot near the State Capitol in October has been classified as "death unknown," and investigators say evidence suggests it could have been a homicide or suicide.

Arizona LE Support Group Hosts Ball, Golf Tourney

September 3, 2011
The 100 Club of Arizona, a law enforcement group that supports officers and their families, will host a scholarship ball and golf tournament later this month named in honor of a Phoenix Police officer critically injured on duty.

Copper Thieves Cause $360K in Damage to School

July 27, 2011
Copper thieves did $360,000 worth of damage at Moya Elementary School in west Phoenix after destroying 30 of the school's air conditioning units to steal their copper coils.

Phoenix Chief Retires, Mayor Laments 'Vindictive' Politics

April 18, 2011
Jack Harris retired by sending a one-line e-mail to the city's top administrator. Mayor Phil Gordon told the Arizona Republic he regretted the retirement, calling it a lamentable result of "vindictive" political maneuvering.

Phoenix Chief Reassigned Amid Mislabeled Kidnapping Reports

March 3, 2011
Public Safety Manager Jack Harris' salary and title will remain the same. However, he will not be stationed at police headquarters. He will remain focused on emergency management, criminal justice coordination, infrastructure and service security, and public transit security.

Phoenix Strip-Club Shooter Planned Attack

December 28, 2010
A man who killed two people when he opened fire inside a Phoenix strip club a day after Christmas said he would have continued to fire if he hadn't run out of ammunition.

Phoenix Motor Cop In Critical Condition After Crash

December 21, 2010
Officer Eric Kral, 35, was in uniform and riding his personal motorcycle to a second job, when he changed lanes and tried to change back, but didn't realize traffic had slowed. He then rear-ended the vehicle in front of him.

Phoenix Police Officers Indicted on Fraud, Theft Charges

November 18, 2010
Three current Phoenix police officers and a former patrolman who worked most of his career in South Mountain Precinct have been indicted on fraud and theft charges for their alleged roles in an off-duty security scam, the Arizona Attorney General's Office announced today.
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