Phoenix Law Enforcement Association

Partnering to Catch A Violent Career Criminal

On Saturday, October 13, 2012, at approximately 3:00 am in the area of 5900 West Van Buren Street, Angel Padilla fired 37 rounds from an SKS rifle at a Phoenix Police Officer, who pulled him over for a traffic violation. …

PLEA Partner Ann Malone Speaks Out

PLEA partner Ann Malone was recently profiled in an Arizona Republic news article which ran on April 3, 2009.

Ann founded and became the president of the Indian School Corridor Citywide Business and Homeowners Association which is a coalition of …

PLEA Partners With Silent Witness

Melissa Vigil was a 16-year old junior at Cesar Chavez High School.

Early in the morning of Tuesday October 7, 2008 at the intersection of Hidalgo Ave. and South Vista Grande, Melissa was treacherously murdered. The truck she was in …

PLEA Partner Ann Malone Speaks Out

The positive partnerships PLEA has developed within the community and the common sense community ideas that improve police efficiency and save tax-payer dollars are meeting with “a considerable amount of resistance from the administration of the police department.”

Ann Malone, …

PLEA Partners With DLEA

PLEA is excited about working with the newly established board of the Deputies Law Enforcement Association (DLEA). PLEA’s goal is to help facilitate common sense solutions as fellow members of the Arizona Police Association.

The DLEA board is (from left …

PLEA Recognizes 3 With Partner Awards

On Friday August 21, 2009, PLEA presented PLEA Partner Awards to two individuals along with LA Fitness for their cooperative efforts in saving the life of Jim Galus, a former police reserve officer.

Recently, Jim was working out at an …