AZCOPS, ADJC join in historic meetings

By Joe Glen, Spokesman Maricopa & Pima Juvenile Corrections Associations On June 13-20, AZCOPS President Ed Neidkowski, Executive Director Jim Parks, and this writer joined ADJC Director Charles Flanagan for historic meetings with our...

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AZCOPS introduces legal counsel

AZCOPS introduces legal counsel

AZCOPS is pleased to announce the retention of attorneys with Robaina & Kresin PLLC to represent our members. Robaina & Kresin is an employment law firm representing employees in the public and private sector throughout Arizona, in...

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AZCOPS joins NAPO

AZCOPS is proud to announce its membership in the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO). Since our separation from the last organization, our Board of Directors made it clear that AZCOPS should belong to a national law enforcement...

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NLEOMF’s Recently Fallen Website

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has launched a new “Recently Fallen” website feature to report recent law enforcement fatalities. You can now view the latest information about recently fallen officers and sign up...

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Moving Capitol Police to DPS

Moving Capitol Police to DPS

(Posted: Feb. 16, 2010) Arizona Capitol Police Association President Ed Neidkowski and Vice President Wes Elliot met recently with Sen. Russel Pearce prior to the Appropriations hearing on SB1107. This bill would permit the transfer of Capitol...

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Privatization Issues Making News

Privatization Issues Making News

See the stories making news now Privatization may not see the light of day (Published: Nov. 9, 2009) TriValleyCentral.com By Paul Davenport Associated Press Also on this Page: How State Senators and State Representatives voted on prison...

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