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EOW: November 29, 2005
In 1975, seven forward-thinking Phoenix police officers decided to form an organization “by the members, for the members.” As PLEA marks four decades of service, its leaders, past and present, reflect on the evolution of the Association and its ongoing legacy.Read More
In 1975, under the guidelines set forth in the City of Phoenix’s Meet and Confer Ordinance, a core group of Phoenix police officers established the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, PLEA. After an election process, PLEA became the certified bargaining unit for Phoenix police officers...Read More
To PROMOTE the positive role of the police profession. To PROTECT and secure members’ rights and benefits through effective representation and professional relationships with the community and local, state, and national governments.Read More
The purpose of PLEA Charities is to provide charitable, financial, and educational assistance to law enforcement officers and their families. PLEA Charities also provides contributions to community groups and organizations supportive of public safety.Read More
The Phoenix Police Museum is taking orders for Memorial Badges honoring our fallen officers, which have been authorized for wear during Police Week in May.
Note that these badges are only available to Phoenix Police employees, retirees and …