The Arizona Attorney Generals Office is committed to protecting Arizona and its citizens through prevention and education. The Office provides valuable tools and resources for Seniors, Parents, Schools, Military and Veterans, and Law Enforcement. Useful links for Arizona Families and Communities are provided below.
As the elderly population grows, protecting Arizona's older citizens continues to be one of the most important responsibilities of the Attorney General’s Office. Far too often, scam artists target senior citizens. Seniors are often perceived by criminals as vulnerable with easily accessible accounts and pensions. As a result, seniors fall victim to a wide range of consumer fraud and scams. The Arizona Attorney General's Office works to protect all of Arizona's seniors by providing informative classes and information to educate seniors, taking legal action against those who prey on seniors and supporting legislation to toughen penalties against those who commit crimes against Seniors.
The Attorney General is dedicated to ensuring that veterans and active duty military service members receive the benefits they have earned. The office provides numerous resources and guides, including a hotline devoted to those who have served, useful pre and post deployment information and valuable tools aimed at helping veterans.
The Attorney General's Office works with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to help keep Arizonans safe. This multi-agency partnership focuses on officer safety, law enforcement community relations, and crime and fraud prevention. As the State's chief Law Enforcement Officer, the Attorney General also serves as chairman of the Peace Officer's Memorial Board which offers assistance for families of fallen officers.
The Office is committed to providing materials to help protect the citizens of Arizona. There are many publications available on our Resource Page