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Phoenix Officer Dies After Being Struck by Vehicle

The driver of the vehicle stayed on scene and cooperated with police. Police said they don’t know at this point what might have caused the driver to hit the officer.

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Arizona Sheriffs Endorse Man Up Crusade Against Domestic Violence

The Arizona Sheriffs' Association (ASA) has endorsed the Man Up Crusade to raise awareness about domestic violence.

Arizona Officer Reportedly Dies by Apparent Suicide

Officer Daniel Beckwith—who had been with the department since July 2014—was on paid administrative leave at the time of his death. The leave was due to Beckwith's involvement in the fatal shooting of an armed subject who had pointed a weapon at a victim and officers.

Tucson Police Post Hilarious Video to Twitter for Safe Driving in Snow

Officers with the Tucson (AZ) Police Department were called to investigate a "white powdery substance" on Friday, causing the department's Public Information to address the media just outside of crime scene tape.

Arizona Deputy Writes Lullaby for ADHD Son—Releases Music to Public

A Maricopa County, AZ, Sheriff's deputy has written a series of lullabies specifically to help children with ADHD fall asleep.

Prosecutors Seek Death Penalty for Man Accused of Killing Arizona Officer

Prosecutors filed their intent to seek the death penalty in the case of a man accused of killing a Nogales (AZ) Police Department officer last April.

Federal Agents at Mexico Border Make Largest Fentanyl Seizure Ever

Customs officers stationed at the commercial border crossing in Nogales made the largest fentanyl seizure ever recorded at any port of entry after a K-9 alerted others at the post that a haul of illegal narcotics was somewhere inside a vehicle at the checkpoint.

Arizona Officer Refused Service at Pizza Parlor Due to Being Armed

An officer with the Yuma (AZ) Police Department was in full uniform when he entered a pizza parlor seeking his shift meal when an employee told him that he would have to leave because the officer was armed with his service pistol at the time.

Arizona Governor Wants to Give Officers Significant Pay Increases

Most of the $74 million allocated in the governor's proposed budget for pay hikes goes to public safety agencies such as corrections officers and highway patrol. Pay raises at other agencies are awarded only to those employees certified by the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board.

Arizona Officer Struck by Vehicle Treated and Released from Hospital

An officer with the Gilbert (AZ) Police Department was on his department mountain bike when a suspect attempting to flee police struck him, tossing him from the bike.