Community Outreach and Families
Hey there, my name is Mathew Blades and I host the morning show on Mix 96.9 radio in Phoenix. I am the father to two amazing boys (8 & 5) and when it comes to raising them I realize that I don't know it all, nor do I pretend to. The outreach area on this site gives us parents some tools! Tool's to use on WHAT to talk about and when. So please, click around and listen to some of the messages that I have recorded for the radio and most importantly - talk with your kids TONIGHT about some of what you find! All the best to you!
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 Office provides information and resources to Parents to help keep Arizona's children safe. The office of the Attorney General works with law enforcement agencies and supporting state agencies to ensure that our communities remain safe. Our community services and outreach programs offer presentations and information to help Parents on a wide variety of topics such as internet safety, identity theft and drug prevention. Office publications and resources are available to parents to continue to ensure their children are protected and informed.
The Office of the Attorney General is committed to making sure our children are protected and are able to grow up in a safe communities. As part of this commitment, the office has established the Youth Advocacy Initiative, a series of projects that focus on youth education, awareness and advocacy. In addition, we offer numerous programs designed to keep kids informed and safe through interactive presentations, publications and videos . All of these resources and tools can be found on the Kid's Page
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. For more information on the services our office provides, please research the Veterans & Active Military page.
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.
As part of the Attorney General's commitment to making sure our children are able to grow up in a safe community, we provide educational resources and publications for schools. The office is working to insure that schools have the resources they need to help educate and protect the children of Arizona. The Schools page provides useful links, videos and downloadable material for the classroom. Additionally, request forms to request publications and presentations are available and can be submitted online.
The Office of the Attorney General's Office serves the communities throughout the state by providing Outreach Events designed to educate and inform Arizonans. A variety of events from Shred-A-Thons to Internet Safety presentations can be found on the Outreach Events Calendar.
The Office is committed to providing materials to help protect the citizens of Arizona. There are many publications available on our Resource Page