Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Phoenix, Arizona. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Police Station Address: 620 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85003, United States


3 days ago
35th Avenue from Bell Rd to Paradise Ln is closed for a Fatal Traffic Collision investigation. Please find alternate routes. https://t.co/iCALBuGNuB

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5 days ago
Chief Williams and the Phoenix Police Department are proud to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Congratulations to all of the awardees this morning! https://t.co/PG7IZ6dMFE

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6 days ago
Detectives will investigate online and social media use in human trafficking crimes. Hiding online is no longer an option. #HumanTraffickingAwarenessMonth

6 days ago
“86 arrests in a 10 day window.” #HumanTraffickingAwarenessMonth Live now on Facebook.

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End of watch this day in 1986. We remember Officer Robert T. Fike.
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P.R.I.D.E.
Protection | Respect | Integrity | Dedication | Excellence
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Human Trafficking Indicators – While not an exhaustive list, these are some key red flags that could alert you to a potential trafficking situation that should be reported:

Living with employer
Poor living conditions
Multiple people in cramped space
Inability to speak to individual alone
Answers appear to be scripted and rehearsed
Employer is holding identity documents
Signs of physical abuse
Submissive or fearful
Unpaid or paid very little
Under 18 and in prostitution

Source: US Department of State

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Chief Williams and the Phoenix Police Department are proud to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Congratulations to all of the awardees this morning!

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On January 8th, 1986, Officer Fike was shot and killed by an assailant at point blank range as he stood beside his patrol car. Two citizens saw the officer lying in a parking lot beside his car and radioed the police dispatcher for help. Officer Fike He was a ten year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department, and had been awarded as officer of the year in 1982. He was forty-three years old at the time of his death and was survived by his wife and two young sons.

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In October, 2017, Phoenix Fire Captain Austin Moreland & his crew responded to a vehicle fire in an empty lot adjacent to the Bret R. Tarver and Marc T. Atkinson Middle Schools. The crew arrived to find a school bus on fire which was sadly a complete loss. The bus was known as “Gus the Garden Bus” and it was the beloved mobile gardening project for the Cartwright School District. It was being used to teach the 19,000 elementary and middle school children in the Cartwright School District about plant cycles, gardening, sustainability and healthy eating habits.

Today, Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams, Phoenix Fire Chief Kara Kalkbrenner, Phoenix City Councilman Daniel Valenzuela & Cartwright School Superintendent Dr. Jacob Chavez, joined Captain Moreland in kicking off the ground breaking ceremony of the new community garden that will continue to educate kids in the Cartwright School District.

Additionally, we would like to thank our community partners:
KnmoreMacro Nutrition Consulting
Performance Food Group
United Phoenix Firefighter Charities
Phoenix Fire Department
Phoenix Police Cadets
Phoenix Fire Cadets
Phoenix Law Enforcement Association Charities
United Way
VERA ICON Nail Salon & Spa
Year Up

and all individuals who volunteered their time for this project!

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City of Phoenix Police Department2 weeks ago

Over the Edge is the unique and thrilling opportunity which supports Special Olympics by rappelling off of a 27 story skyscraper in the heart of downtown Phoenix! This is a pledge-based fundraiser where rappellers raise a minimum of $1000 each to support 16,000 athletes across the state.

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