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Report Implies Rise in Attacks on Officers and Increased Armed Suspect Contacts Led to Doubling of Phoenix Police OIS Numbers

The report states that there was an increase in officers encountering subjects who were armed with firearms or simulated weapons, in addition to a jump in the number of assaults against officers both in Phoenix and throughout the Valley.

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Jury Finds Man Guilty of Killing Arizona Officer in 2010

A jury in Arizona found 44-year-old Christopher Redondo guilty of first-degree murder of an officer with the Gilbert Police Department in 2010.

K-9 Units Compete in Desert Dog Trials

The Arizona Law Enforcement Canine Association in conjunction with the City of Scottsdale and the Scottsdale Police Department K-9 unit held the 2019 Desert Dog Police K9 Trials last weekend (April 6 and April 7) at Scottsdale Stadium.

K-9 Units Compete in Desert Dog Trials

During the Trials, attendees watched as police, military, and government K-9 teams from Arizona and Mexico competed in a variety of field exercises. In addition, some of the competing teams gave demonstrations of their capabilities.

Video: Teen Arrested After Gunfight with Arizona State Trooper

A 14-year-old boy was taken into custody after he allegedly opened fire on an Arizona state trooper in Phoenix on Wednesday morning.

Video: Arizona Police Take Custody of Unvaccinated 2-Year-Old with Fever

Arizona law allows officials to take custody of a child for his or her safety and gives police the ability to "use reasonable force to enter any building" to do so.

Video: Airline Attendant Serenades Mother of Slain Arizona Trooper

The flight attendant got on the public address system of the 737 aircraft and proceeded to sing Josh Groban's "You Raise Me Up" in honor of the fallen trooper.

Arizona Motor Officer Badly Injured in Collision with Jeep

An officer with the Buckeye (AZ) Police Department was airlifted to a hospital after he was struck by a Jeep in a traffic collision.

Suspect Stabbed Wife, Barricaded Himself in Arizona Home

A man reportedly stabbed his wife in their Scottsdale, AZ home early Thursday morning. She was able to escape with her teenage son, but the attacker remained in the dwelling, barricading himself as police arrived to the scene.

18 Years After Crash Former Phoenix Officer Serves at Hospice

Tuesday marked 18 years since former Phoenix officer Jason Schechterle's police cruiser was rear-ended, burst into flames, and caused disfiguring burns to his head, face, and hands.