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Sahuarita police expect to use drones by December


The Sahuarita Police Department will be the first police agency in the Tucson area to use aerial drones as part of its regular investigative tools beginning around mid-December. Officers should be maneuvering small drones — weighing 3 pounds — during daily investigations and other duties, said the town’s police chief. It will be another tool at officers’ disposal that will ... Read More »

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, Chino Valley Police Department receive continued grant funding


The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) and the Chino Valley Police Department (CVPD) were both recently awarded grant funding from Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS). The sheriff’s share of the pie came out to one grant equaling $45,500 for the time period of October 2016 to September “These ongoing funds have had a direct impact in keeping Yavapai ... Read More »

Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams to be sworn in today


Phoenix police leadership is changing Friday afternoon, with city officials saying goodbye to retiring Chief Joe Yahner and swearing in Jeri Williams to lead Arizona’s largest law-enforcement agency. The move is a milestone: It marks the first time in its history that the city will employ a female police chief. Williams, a Phoenix police veteran, recently stepped down from her role as police chief ... Read More »

7 tips for preventing planned violence at political rallies


A recent journalistic undercover investigation purported that some individuals are being hired to infiltrate Donald Trump rallies with specific marching orders to turn peaceful rallies violent. James O’Keefe of Project Veritas reported that paid operatives are given scripted roles to play while in the presence of passionate Trump supporters. Scott Foval of Americans United for Change and the Foval Group is ... Read More »

DDoS cyber attacks: 3 things cops should know


A massive DDoS cyber attack on Friday rendered major websites, including Twitter, Reddit, and Netflix, inaccessible in vast portions of the United States. Here’s what a DDoS attack is, why police officers should care, and a brief history of the use of this type of attack against police agencies. 1. What is a DDoS attack?One of the most popular methods ... Read More »

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