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Hundreds of Crime Guns Seize in Summer Crackdownhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/2452Police8/17/2022 7:00:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2452/pic for newsroom.jpgHundreds of Crime Guns Seize in Summer Crackdown<div class="ExternalClassF1519475A9604BE2852578E77A75E713"><html>A little more than one month after the launch of “Operation Gun Crime Crackdown,” hundreds of crime guns have been taken off the streets and out of the hands of criminals.<br><br>The multi-agency, multi-faceted operation kicked off July 5, and focuses on reducing the number of violent gun crimes plaguing our city. Enforcement is aimed at taking guns away from those who are not supposed to have them while protecting the rights of law-abiding citizens.<br><br>“Guns are getting into the wrong hands leaving children without parents, families devastated and communities living in fear. We must do something to protect our children, our community’s officers, from gun violence,” said Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams at a news conference announcing the operation.<br><br>Phoenix police have seized 711 guns from July 5 to August 15, including more than a dozen guns with a “conversion device” on them. A conversion device is an illegal part added to a gun to make it fully automatic. Police also seized a flare gun that was modified to shoot a 9mm round.<br><br>During that same time period, Phoenix police also made 526 arrests associated with gun crimes.<br><br>Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego said these are the kind of results she is looking for. “When we can take guns off the streets and out of the hands of people who should not have them, we’re improving safety throughout the city.” The Mayor added, “It shows how much we can accomplish when agencies collaborate on a common goal. I’m very grateful for our partnership with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms and the Maricopa County Attorney.”<br><br>The collaborative effort of local, state and federal agencies involved in this operation lead to the arrest of several individuals involved in multiple violent crimes, including several homicides which remain under investigation. Information on those will be released later, to preserve the integrity of the ongoing investigations.<br><br>“The results of this targeted effort are a great example of how working with our law enforcement partners can enhance the great work the men and women of the Phoenix Police Department do every day,” said Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams.<br><br>Having agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives embedded with Phoenix detectives assigned to “Operation Gun Crime Crackdown” has shortened the turn-around time of analyzing evidence from shooting scenes.<br><br>As part of the operation, the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office geographically assigned supervisors to coordinate directly with police precinct personnel. MCAO liaisons have worked with Phoenix police to review gun cases to secure appropriate release conditions for those arrested.<br><br>“I commend the brave Phoenix Police Officers who go out every day and face dangerous and sometimes deadly scenarios involving those who commit crimes with a gun. Those who illegally possess guns seek to disrupt the safety of our community and my office is committed to holding them accountable. I support the lawful ownership of firearms and this partnership is about prosecuting those who seek to break the law and do harm in our community,” said Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell.<br><br>There is also a tip line for community members to call or email with any information they may have on someone they know who is illegally in possession of a firearm. This enforcement is not about taking guns away from law abiding citizens. It’s about getting guns out of the hands of criminals and those who are not supposed to have them.<br><br>TIPS AND LEADS PHONE: 602 644-5805 <br><br>EMAIL: azactic.gov<br><br>Silent Witness 602-480-Witness (480-948-6377) 602-480-Testigo (480-837-8446)<br></html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeNewspolicePolice
Critical Incident Briefing: July 15, 2022 – 1700 N. Black Canyon Hwyhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/2428Police7/29/2022 7:00:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2428/Black Canyon CIB Splash screen.pnghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBsCjKDEiRcCritical Incident Briefing: July 15, 2022 – 1700 N. Black Canyon Hwy<div class="ExternalClassD24B79C8C66F49928C30F51F4A8769B8"><html> <p>​</p> <span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span> <p> <strong>WARNING: The attached video may contain strong language as well as graphic images which may be disturbing to some people. Viewer discretion is advised.</strong> <br> <br>This incident began near Bell Road and the I17 freeway, when Phoenix police were sent to the area to investigate a report of an aggravated assault. A security guard made the 911 call and said he was working nearby and recognized a man that was banned from the property he was guarding. When he got out of his car to talk to him, he noticed the man had a gun. The security guard said he got back in his car and saw the man point the gun at him and walk away. The security guard started to follow him and called police. </p> <p>The suspect with the gun continued to walk to a parking lot of a nearby hotel where he came across someone, he knew who was in a Uhaul truck. He verbally attacked his male acquaintance - pistol whipped him, pointed a gun at the man's head, and pistol whipped him again. The suspect then went into the hotel.</p> <p>Officers arrived at the hotel and began looking for the suspect. As they were inside the hotel, they started to get information from a Sergeant watching security cameras. </p> <p>The suspect was located near a stairwell and given commands - but ran away. Officers used a 40mm launcher to try to get the suspect in custody, which had no effect. </p> <p>The officers lost sight of the suspect and continued their search of the hotel. The suspect was seen in another stairwell still holding the gun. He left the stairwell and pointed the gun at officers. One officer responded by firing his duty weapon. Here is the body worn camera video the of that interaction</p> <p>The suspect is holding the gun in his right hand and a cell phone and backpack in his left hand. The suspect can be seen looking through a small window on the stairwell door. He opens the door and points the gun down the hallway where officers are standing. This is when the officer involved shooting occurs.</p> <p>The suspect retreats to a lower stairwell landing where he points the gun, first, at the lower level stairwell and then at the upper level stairwell door.  </p> <p>The suspect then ran to a laundry room on the second floor of the hotel and tried to hide from officers in a dryer. The suspect began pointing the gun to his own head. An officer discharged multiple less lethal stun bags at the suspect – causing him to comply. He was taken into custody and transported to a local hospital for injuries caused by the less lethal projectiles. He was not struck by any bullets. The suspect was later released and booked into the Maricopa County Jail.</p> <p>The officer involved in this shooting has been on the department for six years and is assigned to the Cactus Park Precinct.</p> <p>Conclusions about whether the actions of the officers are consistent with department policy and the law will not be made until all facts are known and the investigation is complete. An internal investigation by the Professional Standard Bureau is currently underway, in addition to a criminal investigation. Once the criminal investigation is complete it will then be reviewed by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.</p> <p>Public records law required redaction of certain personal identifying information before video is released publicly. That is why you may see some parts of Body Worn Camera (BWC) blurred or covered with a black box. Redacted video is released to local media in conjunction with the release of this Critical Incident Briefing for independent review and publication. Complete, unedited versions of the BWC are released to attorneys and the courts as evidence in a criminal case.​<br></p> <span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span> <p> <br> </p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeVideopolicePolice
Critical Incident Briefing - June 30, 2022 - 106th Dr. & Colter St.https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/2415Police7/14/2022 7:00:00 AMhttps://youtu.be/Bchm81XHC9kCritical Incident Briefing - June 30, 2022 - 106th Dr. & Colter St.<div class="ExternalClass047BBE5B27FD4B89BEEA89CD533BBCAB"><html> <strong>WARNING: The attached video may contain strong language as well as graphic images which may be disturbing to some people. Viewer discretion is advised.</strong> <br> <br>The Phoenix Police Department has released a Critical Incident Briefing (CIB) video that includes audio, visuals and information related to a critical incident which occurred on June 30, 2022.<br><br>This incident began in the area of 106th Drive and Colter Street, when Phoenix police were sent to the area to investigate a report of a suspicious person in the neighborhood.<br><br>While officers were talking with a man related to the call, they heard a gunshot nearby. Their attention was diverted to a man holding a gun. Officers yelled commands at the man to drop the gun. The man did not obey the commands and an officer fired his weapon. The man with the gun then took off running through the neighborhood and exchanged gunfire with officers.<br><br>Officers began searching the neighborhood looking for the man. While this was occurring, Phoenix police received a 911 call about a person with a gunshot wound at a home nearby. The woman making the call indicated that her husband had been shot.<br><br>Officers responded to the home and put a plan together to contact the man inside. He was called out of the house, taken into custody and found to have a gunshot wound. The man was taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries and was later booked into jail. A search warrant was served on the home and a firearm was recovered.<br><br>The officers involved in this incident have approximately 3 years of service and are assigned to the Maryvale-Estrella Mountain Precinct.<br><br>Conclusions about whether the actions of the officers are consistent with department policy and the law will not be made until all facts are known and the investigation is complete. An internal investigation by the Professional Standard Bureau is currently underway, in addition to a criminal investigation. Once the criminal investigation is complete it will then be reviewed by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.<br><br>Public records law required redaction of certain personal identifying information before video is released publicly. That is why you may see some parts of Body Worn Camera (BWC) blurred or covered with a black box. Redacted video is released to local media in conjunction with the release of this Critical Incident Briefing for independent review and publication. Complete, unedited versions of the BWC are released to attorneys and the courts as evidence in a criminal case.<br></html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeVideopolicePolice
Critical Incident Briefing: June 27, 2022 – 52nd Street and Thomas Roadhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/2412Police7/11/2022 10:00:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/TR-fMfPFqA8Critical Incident Briefing: June 27, 2022 – 52nd Street and Thomas Road<div class="ExternalClassFA916BC54F8F450EB1A72213EDF993D6"><html> ​​<strong>WARNING: The attached video may contain strong language as well as graphic images which may be disturbing to some people. Viewer discretion is advised.</strong> <br><br>The Phoenix Police Department has released a Critical Incident Briefing (CIB) video that includes audio, visuals and information related to an officer-involved shooting (OIS) which occurred on June 27, 2022.<br><br>This incident occurred in the area of 5200 E Thomas Road when Phoenix Police officers responded to a call of a domestic violence dispute just after 4:42 p.m. The caller told the 911 dispatcher her neighbors in the same apartment complex were fighting again and she was concerned because the woman was much smaller than the man. The caller also told the dispatcher the man, later identified as Rakim Durham, is known to carry a gun and wears body armor.<br><br>The caller tells the 911 operator the woman has told her not to check up on her because it makes the situation worse. As the officers are arriving in the area the caller tells the operator the couple has quieted down. This information is relayed to the responding officers. Learning that no one saw a physical fight and things are now quiet, a sergeant cancels the call and tells the responding officers to go back on patrol. <br><br>Around 5:12 p.m. a second 911 call was received from the same caller asking why the police had not arrived. The 911 operator asked the caller if she can direct the officers to where the fight was occurring. The caller told the operator she could. Officers were then dispatched back out to the location.<br><br>An officer and a sergeant arrived and entered the courtyard of the apartment complex. They saw Durham outside on the 2nd floor landing and a group of people, including young children, on the ground floor, directly underneath the suspect. One of the people in the group tells the sergeant and the officer that Durham has been pointing a gun at them. The officers saw a gun in Durham's hand and ordered him several times to drop the gun. That is when the officer-involved shooting occurred. During the shooting, Durham was seen going into an apartment.<br><br>After shooting, the officers moved up to the second level of the apartment building and began giving Durham commands to show his hands. Durham showed his hands but remained in the apartment’s doorway. The sergeant told Durham he wanted to get him help but he needed to crawl away from the door.<br><br>Additional officers arrived to assist with both lethal and non-lethal tools.<br><br>Once additional officers arrived on scene, a group of officers moved up to take the suspect into custody. As they approached the apartment door, a woman from inside the apartment came outside and told the officers her babies were inside the apartment. The officers were able to move up to the apartment door and saw that Durham had become unresponsive.<br><br>Officers went inside the apartment, located the children, and took them to safety.<br><br>Officers provided aid to Durham until the Phoenix Fire Department arrived. He was taken to the hospital where he died from his injuries three days later.<br><br>No other community members or officers were injured during this incident.<br><br>The officer involved in this shooting has been with the department for 3 1/2 years and is assigned to the Mountain View Precinct.<br><br>The sergeant involved in this shooting has been with the department for 15 1/2 years and is assigned to the Mountain View Precinct.<br><br>Conclusions about whether the actions of the officers are consistent with department policy and the law will not be made until all facts are known and the investigation is complete. An internal investigation by the Professional Standard Bureau is currently underway, in addition to a criminal investigation. Once the criminal investigation is complete it will then be reviewed by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. Public records law required redaction of certain personal identifying information before video is released publicly. That is why you may see some parts of Body Worn Camera (BWC) blurred or covered with a black box. Redacted video is released to local media in conjunction with the release of this Critical Incident Briefing for independent review and publication. Complete, unedited versions of the BWC are released to attorneys and the courts as evidence in a criminal case.<br> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeVideopolicePolice
Critical Incident Briefing: June 10, 2022 – 91st Avenue and McDowell Roadhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/2397Police6/24/2022 10:00:00 PMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Dyrzqgg5X4Critical Incident Briefing: June 10, 2022 – 91st Avenue and McDowell Road<div class="ExternalClass981DB1335D1C4D3EB02FFF2DDD533B68"><html> <p>​</p> <p> <strong>WARNING: The attached video may contain strong language as well as graphic images which may be disturbing to some people. Viewer discretion is advised.</strong> <br> <br>The Phoenix Police Department has released a Critical Incident Briefing (CIB) video that includes audio, visuals and information related to an in-custody death which occurred on June 10, 2022.</p> <p>This incident occurred in the area of 91st Avenue and McDowell Road when Phoenix police received several calls about a man believed to be under the influence, banging his head against a vehicle, and acting erratic.</p> <p>Officers were dispatched to the scene and learned the subject of the call may also be bleeding. Tolleson fire personnel were also dispatched. </p> <p>The first officer to arrive at the business saw the subject of the call, later identified as Caleb Blair, and attempted to give him commands via a public announcement system. The officer saw Blair nude, and acting erratically. Additional officers arrived and Blair was detained for his safety and taken to a shady section of the parking lot. Officers also requested fire personnel, who were staging nearby, to respond to the scene.</p> <p>Minutes later, the Tolleson Fire Department arrived on the scene and began treating Blair. After a short time, his handcuffs were removed to better provide medical care.</p> <p>While being treated, Blair lost consciousness. Life saving measures were rendered, and he was taken to a local hospital where he died from his injuries.</p> <p>The officers involved in this incident are assigned to the Maryvale-Estrella Precinct and have 5, 6, and 7 years of service respectively, with the department.</p> <p>Conclusions about whether the actions of the officers are consistent with department policy and the law will not be made until all facts are known and the investigation is complete. An internal investigation by the Professional Standard Bureau is currently underway, in addition to a criminal investigation. Once the criminal investigation is complete it will then be reviewed by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.</p> <p>Public records law requires redaction of certain personal identifying information before video is released publicly. That is why you may see some parts of Body Worn Camera (BWC) blurred or covered with a black box. Redacted video is released to local media in conjunction with the release of this Critical Incident Briefing for independent review and publication. Complete, unedited versions of the BWC are released to attorneys and the courts as evidence in a criminal case.​<br></p> <p> <br> </p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeVideopolicePolice
Operation Gun Crime Crackdownhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/2392Police6/22/2022 6:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2392/Newsroom Graphic.pngOperation Gun Crime Crackdown<div class="ExternalClass89B6F2A2138F4DF189EB81DB0A730A61"><html> <h4> Local, County and Federal Authorities Announce Plan to Curb Gun Violence in Phoenix ​​​<br></h4><p>​​The Phoenix Police Department, in conjunction with county, and federal law enforcement agencies have announced a pilot-program to curb gun violence in Phoenix. “Operation Gun Crime Crackdown” is a multi-agency, multi-faceted focused enforcement aimed at reducing the number of violent gun crimes which have been plaguing our city.<br></p> <p> Homicides with firearms are up 45% this year over the same time last year. Aggravated assaults with firearms are up 23% over the same time last year. The rise in gun crimes is not unique to Phoenix, it is a crisis happening across our nation.<br></p> <p> “Guns are getting into the wrong hands leaving children without parents, families devastated and communities living in fear. We must do something to protect our children, our community’s officers, from gun violence,” said Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams.  <br></p> <p> The program is designed to focus on gun related crimes and allow for immediate follow-up in the hopes of identifying and arresting suspects. Ten Phoenix detectives will be assigned to the precincts with the highest gun related crimes. This will facilitate seamless communication with Neighborhood Enforcement Teams and patrol officers.<br></p> <p> The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has agreed to embed agents with Phoenix’s Gun Crime Intelligence Unit which will allow quick access to the National Intelligence Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) to assist in capturing and comparing ballistic evidence to aid in solving and preventing violent crimes involving firearms. <br></p> <p> Supervisors from the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office will be geographically assigned to coordinate directly with police precinct personnel. County Attorney Rachel Mitchell will also provide MCAO liaisons to work with Phoenix police to review gun cases that have been turned down for charges or sent back to detectives for additional investigation. The office will also focus efforts to ensure appropriate release conditions for those arrested.<br></p> <p> Some gun crime cases are more appropriately prosecuted under federal laws. Both the ATF and the U.S. Attorney, District of Arizona, Gary Restaino have committed to review cases and assist with possible federal charges when appropriate.<br></p> <p> Law enforcement action is only successful with public support. Too many communities have become immune to the sound of gunfire in their neighborhoods. Those behind “Operation Gun Crime Crackdown” are urging people to call 911 if they hear gunfire in their area.<br></p> <p> There is also a tip line for community members to call or email with any information they may have on someone they know who is illegally in possession of a firearm. This enforcement is not about taking guns away from law abiding citizens. It’s about getting guns out of the hands of criminals and those who are not supposed to have them. <br></p> <p> “Operation Gun Crime Crackdown” will launch July 5, 2022. </p> <p> <br> </p> <p> TIPS AND LEADS<br><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;">PHONE: 602 644-5805 <br></span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;">EMAIL: azactic.gov</span></p> <p> Silent Witness<br><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;">602-480-Witness (480-948-6377)<br></span><span style="color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;background-color:window;">602-480-Testigo  (480-837-8446)</span><span style="color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;background-color:window;"> ​</span></p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeNewspolicePolice
New Pay Structure Makes Phoenix Police Officers Highest Paid Arizona Law Enforcement Agencyhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/2377Police6/16/2022 3:00:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2377/Newsroom_Police_Recuit.jpgNew Pay Structure Makes Phoenix Police Officers Highest Paid Arizona Law Enforcement Agency<div class="ExternalClass016EFA45DC68455799EAAB208305C6F0"><html> <p><strong>June 15 Update: </strong>The Phoenix City Council passed the proposed pay ordinance as outlined in this PHX Newsroom story.<br></p><p><strong>​Original Story: </strong>​Under a new plan to be presented to the Mayor and City Council for approval, Phoenix Police Department salaries would become competitive with other public safety agencies in the market. The goal is to improve officer retention and aid recruitment to address the current shortage of sworn law enforcement officers in Phoenix. <br><br>The proposed compensation restructure is designed to be a market leader at the recruit level and at all sworn ranks. It would allow the city to start recruits at a higher rate ($68,661 compared to the current $48,942). By similarly streamlining the system of starting salaries and pay grade steps from recruits to assistant chiefs, officers will have increased earning capacity throughout their careers. Currently our police recruit position is approximately 7% below the market average; this plan would bring salary ranges approximately 10% higher than any other law enforcement agency in the state.<br><br>“Our goal in Phoenix is to be a world class city, and that means using the tools necessary to build a world class police department. In other words, to hire the best, we need to pay the best," said Mayor Kate Gallego. “As we attract these top-notch officers, we must also expect the very highest level of accountability to meet the expectations of our community."<br><br>If approved, the plan will provide all sworn Phoenix Police Officers with greater earning potential, while also ensuring that no officer experiences a decrease in pay when transitioning to the new pay structure. <br><br>“This not only increases both the starting and maximum salaries, it also simplifies the pay structure, rewarding those who choose this noble profession," Public Safety and Justice Subcommittee Chairwoman Ann O'Brien said. “Phoenix is the largest city in the state, and our officers should see a salary structure which reflects that. With this change, our officers and recruits will be some of the highest paid in the state." <br><br>The salary restructure comes as the result of an assessment the City began last year of its employee pay structures. While the study is still not fully complete, it found that the sworn police pay structure needed to be adjusted to not only make the City competitive but to attract the most qualified candidates for the difficult work required of police officers. <br><br>The City has completed similar assessments for other employment classifications that resulted in pay grade changes over the last year. <br><br>The enhanced police pay structure must be approved by the Phoenix City Council during its Wednesday meeting. The proposal would take effect August 8. The increases associated with the restructured compensation package will be absorbed by the current City budget. <br></p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeNewspolicePolice
Critical Incident Briefing: May 29, 2022 – 24th Street and Cactus Roadhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/2382Police6/10/2022 9:43:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/UN1KrQrOBOsCritical Incident Briefing: May 29, 2022 – 24th Street and Cactus Road<div class="ExternalClassF0673242ACBB4C3B8504ED30EDFC2522"><html> <p>​<strong style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;">WARNING: The attached video may contain strong language as well as graphic images which may be disturbing to some people. Viewer discretion is advised.</strong></p> <p> <br>The Phoenix Police Department has released a Critical Incident Briefing (CIB) video that includes audio, visuals and information related to an officer-involved shooting (OIS) which occurred on May 29, 2022.</p> <p>This incident occurred in the area of 24th Street and Cactus Road when Phoenix Police received a call of a domestic dispute involving a firearm. The man with the firearm was later identified as Tony Brown. An adult female in the home placed a 911 call where she mentions that Mr. Brown has a firearm and has fired several shots in and around the home. </p> <p>While officers were en route to the call, they learned that Brown began shooting the firearm in the air. </p> <p>As officers arrived in the area, they staged a short distance away, and were able to hear Brown firing off rounds.</p> <p>Officers developed a plan to contact the subject, including deploying with a stun bag, which is a less lethal option, and drove to a location closer to the house. As they approached the residence, they found Brown outside still armed.</p> <p>Officers gave several commands to Brown to drop the gun, before he pointed the firearm at officers. That is when the officer involved shooting occurred.</p> <p>A team was organized and approached Brown following the shooting, but aid was unable to be rendered as he had died from his wounds.</p> <p>Officers at the scene located a firearm near the body of Brown.</p> <p>The officer involved in this incident has 4 years of service with the Phoenix Police Department and is assigned to the Desert Horizon Precinct.</p> <p>Conclusions about whether the actions of the officers are consistent with department policy and the law will not be made until all facts are known and the investigation is complete. An internal investigation by the Professional Standard Bureau is currently underway, in addition to a criminal investigation. Once the criminal investigation is complete it will then be reviewed by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.<br> <br>Public records law required redaction of certain personal identifying information before video is released publicly. That is why you may see some parts of Body Worn Camera (BWC) blurred or covered with a black box. Redacted video is released to local media in conjunction with the release of this Critical Incident Briefing for independent review and publication. Complete, unedited versions of the BWC are released to attorneys and the courts as evidence in a criminal case.​<br></p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeVideopolicePolice

 

 

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