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The next time you are conducting a hiring or promotional process, please contact the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police.  We offer entry-level exams for police officers and dispatchers,  as well as promotional exams developed by Stanard & Associates. Learn More.

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DrugFreeAZKids.org is the premier, research based, nonprofit drug prevention organization in the state of Arizona, endorsed by the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police. DrugFreeAZKids.org provides education to parents, teens, doctors, teachers, caregivers, law enforcement and other community partners to stop youth drug and alcohol use before it starts.

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The purpose of this Association is to promote and enhance cooperation and coordination between the public and private entities and individuals in the interests of law enforcement.

AACOP Conference

Coming in 2015 approximately 200 Chiefs, Sheriffs and law enforcement administrators from throughout Arizona will convene at the 2015 Laughlin Training and Vendor Expo sponsored by the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police at the Edgewater Resort and Casino.

The Laughlin event is the largest gathering of law enforcement officials for the State of Arizona and the Expo has grown from 13 vendors to 93 in just three years. It is truly an excellent opportunity to meet

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The 2015 Laughlin Executive Training Conference is 3-day event that will bring together over 200 chiefs, and law enforcement administrators from throughout and neighboring agencies in California and Nevada.

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Our Sponsors

The Laughlin Executive Training Conference is 3-day event that will bring together over 200 chiefs, and law enforcement administrators from throughout and neighboring agencies in California and Nevada. AACOP appreciates our sponsors. Please take a moment to visit their various web sites and learn more about them. Vist our sponsor page.

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City of Casa Grande Police Chief Opening

The City of Casa Grande, Arizona is seeking an open and collaborative, highly visible Police Chief to join our Executive Leadership Team, supporting the City Manager and City Council in creating a desirable community with the ideal balance between quality of life services and a strong economic foundation. The Police Chief is committed to accountability within the Police Department; an individual who will provide strong leadership and skilled management.

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Job Opening: Tucson Police Department Chief of Police

The City of Tucson is seeking a proven leader who can inspire the confidence of the community and police officers as the city's Police Chief. The successful candidate will be committed to using current data-driven policing strategies and applying the principles of community policing to reduce crime and deliver a high level of police services to all residents of Tucson.

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Town of Wickenburg Police Chief Opening

The Police Chief manages, supervises and administers all aspects of law enforcement and related services for the Town of Wickenburg.  

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American Military University & AACOP Partnership

American Military University (AMU), part of American Public University System, and the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police (AACOP) recently announced the launch of the Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Program. The program is designed to help prepare chiefs of police and other key law enforcement command personnel for their leadership roles through professionally relevant education.

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Pima College Chief Position

The Chief of Police is responsible for directing a comprehensive law enforcement program: patrol, crime prevention, investigations, parking and traffic control, confidential law enforcement information management, emergency preparedness, risk assessment, and liaison with external public safety agencies. Work is reviewed for soundness of judgment and effectiveness in achieving organizational goals

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San Luis Police Chief Opening

The Police Chief provides leadership, manages and supervises lower level staffing, directs, plans, and maintains community based programs to include crime prevention.

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Police Officer Opening Town of Superior

The  Town of Superior is hiring Police Officers.   Applicants must complete and submit the Town of Superiors Police Officer Sworn application, statement of ability to meet AZPOST minimum qualifications, and AZPOST personal history.   

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Police Emergency Communications Specialist

Thank you for considering an exciting career with the Flagstaff Police Department in the Flagstaff Communications & 911 Center. Applicants must complete a City application and Police Department Background Questionnaire to be considered for this position. These forms are available online or in the Human Resources office. All documents must be completed and notarized, as necessary, to move forward in the selection process. The selection process includes an intensive background check, polygraph and MMPI testing.

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AACOP Sponsors

The Laughlin Executive Training Conference is 3-day event that will bring together over 200 chiefs, and law enforcement administrators from throughout and neighboring agencies in California and Nevada. AACOP appreciates our sponsors. Please take a moment to visit their various web sites and learn more about them.

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ASU names new police chief

Michael L. Thompson was named chief of the ASU Police Department, Oct. 31, officially taking command of the department charged with keeping the university’s four campuses safe.

In a conversation with ASU News, Thompson, who joined the department in 2008 and holds advanced degrees in administration leadership and educational counseling, reflected on his career in law enforcement and described his vision for a department that is more closely engaged with students, faculty and staff.

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AMU Partnership


American Military University (AMU), part of American Public University System, and the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police (AACOP) recently announced the launch of the Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Program. The program is designed to help prepare chiefs of police and other key law enforcement command personnel for their leadership roles through professionally relevant education.

 
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