Arizona Attorney General

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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.


Upcoming Law Enforcement Training

El Mirage Police Department
Communications Room
12401 W. Cinnabar Avenue
El Mirage, AZ 85335
0830-1230 hours (Session 1)
1300-1700 hours (Session 2)
 
**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 register please email: Autumn Maya @ autumn.maya@azag.gov
 

 

To see previous trainings and classes, CLICK HERE.


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Click the link below to find some helpful tips on preventing car theft.

Tips to Prevent Car Theft


Key Topics

Arizona DNA Report 2007
Letter to Backpage.com
Code Adam
Cold Case Task Force Report 2007
Drug Endangered Children
Medicaid Fraud
Peace Officer Memorial Board


Reports

Capital Case Commission Final Report
NIJ Report on Zylon Body Armor


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