AZ Association of Chiefs of Police
Search our Site

Partnerships

 
Docview Offers FREE Technology Programs for Law Enforcement
“The Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police, and Docview LLC have partnered together to offer technology assistance programs to Arizona COP members. Learn More.


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.

Drug Free AZ 
DrugFreeAz.org is the premier, research based, nonprofit drug prevention organization in the state of Arizona, endorsed by the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police. DrugFreeAz.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.

Welcome

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.

Start by Believing

Articles

Prescott Valley Police Department Job Opening

The Prescott Valley Police Department, located in beautiful Northern Arizona, is dedicated to providing a quality work environment and the development of its members through effective training and leadership. Located 87 miles northwest of Phoenix, Prescott Valley has an elevation of 5,100 feet that affords us four seasons with mild temperatures year-round. The current population is 38,822.  

CLICK TEXT ABOVE TO READ MORE.

Chiefs Gather to Pay Tribute

On March 3, 2014, at about 3:15 p.m., Detective John Hobbs was killed in the line of duty and his partner was seriously wounded. Police Chiefs from around the state gathered to pay tribute. See a video of the gathering. 

CLICK TEXT ABOVE TO READ MORE.

Start by Believing - Prescott Domestic Violence Awareness Campaign

Survivors of sexual assault face many challenges when deciding whether or not to report the crime. Choosing not to report allows an offender to commit multiple sex crimes on other victims. If a survivor does report, they find themselves submitting to embarrassing interviews, medical examinations, and scrutiny from family, friends and even the community at large.

CLICK TEXT ABOVE TO READ MORE.

The University of Arizona Police Department

Become part of a world class, student-centered research institution. The University of Arizona is a place of possibilities where scientific discovery, academic achievement, vibrant arts, championship athletics, and high impact community service are a vital part of everyday life.

CLICK TEXT ABOVE TO READ MORE.

Winner of 22 caliber Colt dueling pistols!

Chief John Harris, Sahuarita Police Department, won these 22 caliber Colt dueling pistols at the Laughlin Training and Vendor Expo.  These guns were donated by Hugh Downs, former newscaster, who received them as a gift from the President of Colt Firearms.  Mr. Downs lives in the Greater Phoenix area.

CLICK TEXT ABOVE TO READ MORE.

Working to Combat Domestic Violence

Photograph of Chief Jerald Monahan, AACOP Board President and Chair of the Governor's Commission to Prevent Violence Against Women and Beya Thayer, Project Coordinator for the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Project as they presented at the 2013 Leadership Institute:  Connecting Northern Arizona on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. 

CLICK TEXT ABOVE TO READ MORE.

Investigations LT. MCAO

This position is responsible for the daily supervision of investigators and associated support staff who conduct specialized criminal investigations for prosecution.

CLICK TEXT ABOVE TO READ MORE.

IACP Alzheimer's Initiatives

The IACP's Alzheimer's Initiatives training program has developed 4 short training videos which discuss various situations that law enforcement and first responders may encounter a person with Alzheimer's disease or dementia.

CLICK TEXT ABOVE TO READ MORE.

Did You Know? - "Choices"

A powerful message to law enforcement officers as to the need to wear seatbelts. Click here.


Police Leadership Challenges in a Changing World

Effective police leaders become adept at responding to challenge. Like other organizations, police agencies must balance constancy and predictability with adaptation and change. Even as they strive to standardize operations, most police leaders recognize the fluid context in which their agencies operate. They also understand that there are forces to which police organizations must adapt and evolve in order to remain effective in a changing world. It is those forces that drive organizational change and create new models for conducting the business of policing.

CLICK TEXT ABOVE TO READ MORE.

Events
Special Olympics

Email Bulletin
Sign up for our list:
Join AACOP

SACOP


SACOP is the organizing body for the 50 state associations of chiefs of police, facilitating the exchange of information both to leadership and policy makers and into the field.

AACOP Store

Nike Golf Shirt (dri-FIT)
VISIT THE "SHOPPING" AREA
OF OUR WEBSITE TO VIEW LOGO ITEMS.

 
Words to Eat, Internet Publishing