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Detectives Back to Patrol

Detectives Back to Patrol

Everyone is now aware that certain patrol specialty squads , non-patrol specialty squads and detectives are being mandated to augment the patrol force.  Depending on the detail, NET Officers and some specialty detectives will be required to do one week …

PSPRS Pension Reform Update

PSPRS Pension Reform Update

On Thursday, January 28, 2016, PLEA and the Professional Fire Fighters of Phoenix [PFFA] hosted a town hall meeting regarding proposed reforms to PSPRS that have been discussed and worked out with all stakeholders, including Police and Fire, as well …

Rank and File Cops host Trust and Legitimacy Conference

Rank and File Cops host Trust and Legitimacy Conference

On Wednesday January 20th, PLEA in partnership with our state group, the Arizona Police Association (APA), along with numerous community partners was proud to be a part of the first conference on Trust and Legitimacy in Arizona. The purpose was to begin coming up with solutions on how Arizona law enforcement can progress in partnering with various communities to increase the trust and legitimacy factors between law enforcement and the various communities we serve incorporating foundational pillars from the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing.

PSPRS Pension Reform

PSPRS Pension Reform

Late yesterday January 20, 2016 PLEA received word that the attached PDF was floating around the Department without any context being provided. Along with the agreement, it seems that there are a number of rumors, inaccuracies, half-truths, and just straight up lies as to what has actually been agreed to. The following is detailed and ACCURATE information as to the pension reform agreement.

PLEA Encourages Boycott of Tarantino films in Solidarity with NYC PBA

PLEA Encourages Boycott of Tarantino films in Solidarity with NYC PBA

On Thursday October 29, 2015 The Phoenix Law Enforcement Association issued a press release stating the Associations intent to stand with our brethren in the New York City Police Benevolent Association and Los Angeles Police Protective League among many others …