Missing Persons WE'RE STILL LOOKING... The Scottsdale Police Department’s Violent Crimes Unit investigates all cases of Missing Persons. It is the policy of the department to conduct thorough missing persons’ investigations in order to ascertain the possibility of a criminal act, and to quickly initiate searches to reduce the possibility of harm to the missing person(s).
For commercial requests, the Scottsdale Police Department is authorized to charge the fees set forth in A.R.S. Section 39-121.03 along with the value of reproduction on the commercial market as best determined by the City.
The City of Scottsdale is an equal opportunity employer and unlawful discrimination or harassment of any kind is prohibited. If you have a complaint about the City of Scottsdale’s application or employment process, please contact Donna Brown, Human Resources Director at email@example.com or 480-312-2615.
Mesa police officers in excessive-force investigation won't face charges, police say. Scottsdale police said no charges will be filed against five Mesa officers accused of excessive force when ...
A Scottsdale police officer resigned and a lieutenant received a 5 percent pay cut after an investigation of misconduct involving several officers.
Field - Officer Badge Number [Text] - Badge number of citing officer Field - Street Number [Number] - Street number of citation location. Rounded to the nearest hundred block for safety reasons
A Police Officer Waiver is an applicant who meets one of the following conditions: Has successfully completed field training, probation, and is currently operating as fully functional peace officer in municipal policing within the United States or its Territories; OR, Isa former Arizona P.O.S.T. certified peace officer who has left their ...
James Peters, the Scottsdale police officer who made headlines in February for shooting and killing the sixth person of his 12-year stint with the department, is set for retirement.
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