Arizona Conference
of Police and Sheriffs

Arizona Conference of Police and Sheriffs

Arizona's public safety professionals give everything they have to protect you.
We're here to protect those heroes.

Arizona's public safety professionals give everything they have to protect you. We're here to protect those heroes.

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About US

Protecting Arizona's Heroes

The public safety professionals of Arizona put their lives on the line every day to keep our residents safe, and the Arizona Conference of Police and Sheriffs makes sure that these heroes are protected and supported.

AZCOPS believes that all Arizona public safety employees -- sworn or civilian -- should be provided with fair compensation and benefits, consistent with their professional status and the important public safety service they provide to their communities, and we put in the work to make that happen.

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Our Mission

Dedication and Commitment

AZCOPS strives to further the interests of public safety professionals through aggressive representation in the legal and political arenas.

We work to obtain the best possible compensation and benefits for our brave law enforcement officers through positive interaction with local and state officials. We pursue positive change and encourage open communication between employers and our members. And above all, we promote the positive influence organized public safety professionals bring to our communities in Arizona, and all across the country.

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What our members say

Don't just take our word for it - see what actual AZCOPS members have to say about their experience.

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“The AZCOPS Convention was informative and very much appreciated. I have been a teacher with the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections for almost 1.5 years. I am very pleased to serve as a teacher to the youth at Eagle Point School. I am also pleased to know that since I am no longer a member of the National Education Association, I still have the privilege of being represented by AZCOPS. As a “newcomer” to this agency, my attendance during the various sessions at this year’s conference was very informative. Again, thank you very much for providing the opportunity for me to attend – and for being a voice on my behalf when/if needed.”

Felecia Hinton-Causey, CEPT

ADJC, Eagle Point School
Buckeye, AZ

"I wanted to let you know that I took advantage of the Employee Network benefits earlier this year.  My family and I took the Grand Canyon Railway from Williams to the South Rim.  Simply by notifying them of my affiliation with AZCOPS, we saved over 20%.  As you could imagine, that was a rather large savings.  Anyway, thanks again for everything you guys are doing down there!”

Evan K.

Kingman Police Officer’s Association

Latest News


Off duty jobs have become popular in the law enforcement community. Cops, sheriff's deputies, and troopers everywhere have taken advantage of the request for certified LEOs by private organizations. This is a benefit to police officers and can be a great thing in their lives. However, with these new situations, new questions and scenarios have arose. We did a video about having lights in a personal vehicle for off duty jobs. This week, we want to address when an officer may want to check on, and off, from an off duty job, and why. Check it out!


Originally Posted on January 12, 2022


Originally Posted on January 26, 2022

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Protecting our own

AZCOPS Foundation

We take care of our own -- it's that simple. The Arizona Conference of Police and Sheriffs Foundation has been around for a decade and solely exists to help our members when they're in need.

Our foundation has helped support officers and their families when a member is injured or killed, assisted with medical expenses for our officers and their families when they're in need, and assisted our members in hardship, among many other instances. If you're in need of help, don't hesitate to reach out to our foundation for more information.

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