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Video: AZ Police Department Uses Drone to Find 3 Missing Children

November 3, 2017
Scottsdale, AZ, Police used a drone to track down three missing kids who planned to run away after they left an after-school program.

AZ Police Department Uses Drone to Find 3 Missing Children

November 3, 2017
Scottsdale, AZ, Police used a drone to track down three missing kids who planned to run away after they left an after-school program. More Here.

Nation's First Full-Time Police Crisis Response Dog Dies

October 16, 2017
During his career, Fozzie responded to homicides, suicides, fatal crashes, sexual assaults, domestic violence scenes and other critical incidents, providing comfort for people experiencing their worst day imaginable, a Scottsdale PD statement says.

First Person: Working in the Saddle

April 10, 2017

The men and women on the Mounted Unit were able to ride and control those horses in chaotic scenes in a way that made it look effortless. I've always loved animals and I knew after seeing the Mounted Unit in action that I wanted to give it a try.

Scottsdale PD Leader Named First Arizona Police Chief of the Year

February 8, 2017
Chief Alan Rodbell of the Scottsdale (AZ) Police Department has been named the first Arizona Police Chief of the Year by the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police.

Synthetic 'N-bomb' Drug Raises Concern in Arizona

May 6, 2013
A drug marketed as an alternative to LSD or mescaline could be among the most powerful and potentially deadly of the synthetic drugs that have inundated the market in recent years, police and physicians believe.

Rating Riot Gear

December 17, 2012

POLICE Magazine asked some of the officers of the Scottsdale (Ariz.) Police Department's Rapid Response Team to review and rate their riot apparel, footwear, and turtle gear.

Scottsdale (Ariz.) PD's Crowd Control Unit

December 17, 2012

The Scottsdale (Ariz.) PD's Rapid Response Team was established with three squads of officers, plus supervisors and logistics support. Now it totals 40 officers, all trained in the latest crowd control techniques developed by FEMA's Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, Ala.

Police Unity Tour 2012

July 10, 2012
Sgt. Ben Hoster of the Scottsdale (Ariz.) Police Department rode to the National Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial in the Police Unity Tour on May 12. He filmed the ride while wearing a pair of Eye of Mine HD Video Sunglasses.

Ariz. Bill Would Allow Cops To Arrest Public Drunks

March 16, 2012
Arizona legislation has passed the House that would allow law enforcement to arrest subjects for public drunkenness, reversing a 1974 statute that has tied the hands of officers.

Scottsdale, Ariz., 2/14/2012, 911 Call

February 16, 2012

On Feb. 14, 2012, Scottsdale Police Officer James Peters ended a standoff with John Loxas, who had threatened neighbors with a pistol and who was endangering his 9-month-old grandson. A neighbor called 911 after Loxas threatened to kill two people with a pistol. Read the full story here.

Ariz. Cop Shoots, Kills Man Who Endangered Baby

February 16, 2012
A Scottsdale (Ariz.) Police officer fatally shot a man holding a baby who had threatened two people with a pistol earlier on Tuesday. Officer James Peters, a 12-year veteran with the agency, has been involved in seven shootings since 2002.

Motorcycle Accident at Funeral of Fallen Brother

November 1, 2011
Deanna Jensen, a retired Scottsdale (Ariz.) Police officer, was injured while riding her police motorcycle in a funeral procession for a fallen officer. She tells her story to Betsy Brantner Smith.

Arizona Agency Offers Alternative to Sheriff Joe's Tent City

March 2, 2011
For $200 per night, inmates can spend their time in Scottsdale, eating frozen meals indoors rather than spooning up a "horrific mixture of odds and ends" under the blazing sun in Tent City.

Shots Fired: Scottsdale, Ariz., Crime Scene Photos

September 27, 2010

Det. James Peters of Scottsdale (Ariz.) PD SWAT responded to a Safeway grocery on April 23, 2006, following a multi-agency pursuit of suspect Daniel Brown, who had scuffled with a patrol officer while attempting to steal a BMW. Brown then jacked a Krispy Kreme delivery truck and led officers to the Safeway, where he crashed through the front doors and then took a senior citizen hostage with a handgun. Peters ended the threat with two well-placed shots. Read the full story of this "Shots Fired." Photos courtesy of Scottsdale PD. Warning: Gallery contains a graphic image.

Shots Fired: Scottsdale, Arizona 04/23/2006

September 27, 2010

This month, you're receiving an enhanced "Shots Fired" from POLICE Magazine. In addition to the usual gripping storytelling, we've also embedded links to the radio dispatch traffic, overhead thermal-image view from the helicopter and photos from the crime scene. Enjoy.

Shots Fired: Scottsdale, Ariz., Radio Traffic

September 13, 2010

On April 23, 2006, Scottsdale (Ariz.) PD officers pursued suspect Daniel Brown, who was driving a stolen Krispy Kreme truck. After officers hit his vehicle with a spike strip, Brown drove the limping vehicle to a Safeway, where he took a hostage. Listen to 20 minutes of radio traffic as dispatchers and officers coordinate a response that involved four law enforcement agencies. POLICE Magazine features the incident as the Sept. 2010 "Shots Fired."

Arizona Agency Begins Using New Crime Mapping Tool

June 25, 2010
RAIDS provides crime data that users can search, filter and analyze via an interactive dashboard. Residents also can sign up for alerts about criminal activity occurring in their neighborhood.

Scottsdale (Ariz.) PD's Community Relations Unit

October 1, 2001

The Scottsdale Police Department has a few clowns working for them and that's something of which they're quite proud. Sure, maybe some other departments have clowns working for them, but the Scottsdale clowns have a mission - one they take very seriously.

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