Phoenix Law Enforcement Association

Indian School Corridor Coalition Presents Award

On Tuesday, April 7, 2009, the Indian School Corridor-Citywide Association held a press conference at the PLEA Office to present its first annual ‘To Protect and Serve’ award.  This years award was presented to Officer Rusty Stuart and Commnader AB Smith of the Squaw Peak Precinct.  PLEA was proud to be a part of this inaugural event.

Officer Rusty Stuart of the Squaw Peak Precinct receives the first annual 'To Protect and Serve' award presented by Indian School Corridor-Citywide Association President Ann Malone.

Officer Rusty Stuart of the Squaw Peak Precinct receives the first annual ‘To Protect and Serve’ award presented by Indian School Corridor-Citywide Association President Ann Malone.

Squaw Peak Precinct Lieutenant Larry Jacobs accepts the second 'To Protect and Serve' award on behalf of precinct Commander AB Smith.

Squaw Peak Precinct Lieutenant Larry Jacobs accepts the second ‘To Protect and Serve’ award on behalf of precinct Commander AB Smith.

Phoenix City Councilman Michael Johnson who has been a valued partner in the efforts of the Indian School Corridor-Citywide Association addresses the assembled group.

Phoenix City Councilman Michael Johnson who has been a valued partner in the efforts of the Indian School Corridor-Citywide Association addresses the assembled group.

Listen! to Ann Malone’s interview with KTAR radio host Darrell Ankarlo on April 8, 2009.