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The Community and Police Trust Initiative (CPTI) was formed by the city manager in 2015 to review police-community relations which affect all residents. The initiative was composed of 17 community members carefully selected by the city manager to represent the residents of Phoenix, including those from the disability, immigrant, LGBT, millennial and refugee identity. After a nine month process, they presented city leadership with 15 recommendations to enhance the Phoenix Police Department's relationship with those they serve. The public is invited to learn about the recommendations and provide feedback. Representatives from the City Manager’s Office and the Phoenix Police Department will be in attendance at all events. All sessions will have translation service available and are ADA accessible.
The Phoenix Police Department is hiring for the position of communications operator. You can become the voice that helps citizens and guides officers. Find out how...
The Phoenix Police Department has launched a new crime fighting program called "Virtual Block Watch". The idea is simple, if you have a security camera let us know that you do. Then, if there is a crime in the area we will know where we might be able to find video footage of the suspect. Registering your camera not only helps deter crime, but assists the Department in its overall crime prevention strategy in your neighborhood. You aren't granting us control of your camera or sharing control, simply letting us know you have it so we know where another set of eyes are to help us fight crime. You can register and become a part of the program now.
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