Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich



Law Enforcement


The Arizona Attorney General's Office is committed to supporting local law enforcement officers, agencies, and communities across Arizona. In partnership with federal, local, and state law enforcement agencies, the Attorney General's Office continues to put public safety first, protecting Arizona families and communities. Additionally, the Office provides tools, resources, and training to licensed and commissioned Arizona Peace Officers statewide. These partnerships focus on officer safety, law enforcement community relations, and protecting Arizonans.


Street Medicine Course – November 18, 2015


Lake Havasu City Police Department
2360 McCulloch Blvd. North
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403

Session 1:

0800-1200 hours

Session 2:

1300-1700 hours


John Stevens, Paramedic
Arizona Attorney General’s Office


  • This class is aimed at combining good tactics along with good medicine to prepare first responders for providing vital initial treatment to trauma victims.
  • This class also includes scenario based training with tourniquets and other life saving techniques.
  • If your agency has purchased trauma kits contact the Instructor so he can personalize the program to your equipment.
  • **4 AZPOST Proficiency Skills Hours**  


Each session will cover the same materials so please specify which session you would like to attend. Space is limited to 18 per session. 

Each class will cover the same materials so please specify which session you would like to attend. Space is limited; reservations will be made on a first come basis. Reserve now by contacting Sgt. Kirk Cesena at

To see previous trainings and classes, CLICK HERE.

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John Stevens
Law Enforcement Liaison
Office of the Arizona Attorney General
1275 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007-2926
Office: (602) 542-8522