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					  2008 - 2009
  DATEBOOK




     2007
ANNUAL SUMMARY
Phoenix Police Department 2008 - 2009 Datebook
and 2007 Annual Summary
             Message from Police Chief Jack Harris ........................................................2
             Office of Administration ...............................................................................3
             Quick Reference Phone Listing ....................................................................4
             Quick Reference Address Listing .................................................................5
             Quick Reference Web Addresses..................................................................6
             2008-2009 Calendar ..........................................................................8 - 111
             Precincts ........................................................................................112 - 117
             Bureaus ..........................................................................................118 - 141
             Fallen Officers .........................................................................................142
             K-9s Killed in the Line of Duty .................................................................143
             Crime Statistics ..............................................................................144 - 145
             Holiday Schedule .....................................................................................146
             2009-2010 Reference Calendar ...............................................................147
             Downtown Phoenix Map ..........................................................................148
             U.S. Time Zones .......................................................................................150
             Phoenix Sky Harbor Map .........................................................................152
             Hospitals .................................................................................................154
             Local Law Enforcement Agency Phone Numbers ......................................155
             Personal Addresses and Phone Numbers ........................................156 - 160

                                         Annual Summary 2007
         A report reflecting the Phoenix Police Department’s accomplishments during 2007.
  Produced by:                               Editor:                                      Associate Photographers:
  Phoenix Police Department                  Connie Tyler,                                Submitted by bureau and
  Public Affairs Bureau                      Public Information Officer                    precinct members

  Publisher:                                 Photography:                                 Designer:
  Commander Chris Crockett                   Connie Tyler,                                Donna Monce,
                                             Public Affairs Bureau                        Donna Monce Graphic Design
  Associate Publisher:                                                                    & Illustration, Inc.
  Lieutenant Tracey Miiller

              To view this document on-line, visit: www.phoenix.gov/police




                                   Phoenix Police Department Headquarters
                                620 W. Washington Street • Phoenix, AZ 85003
                               Police Public Affairs Bureau Phone: 602.534.5050
                         Message from Police Chief Jack Harris

                           As I reflect on the highlights of 2007 chronicled in this report, I am extremely proud
                        of the accomplishments and successes achieved by the men and women of the Phoenix
                        Police Department. Throughout the year, the department remained committed to the
                        development of strategies designed to reduce crime, increase the livability factor in
                        Phoenix neighborhoods and expand the infrastructure of the organization to ensure
                        delivery of the highest quality service to the citizens of Phoenix for many years to come.

                            Of great assistance to the department was the passage of the Public Safety Initiative
last fall. This voter-approved measure will provide the police department with additional personnel resources
enabling the organization to keep pace with the City’s continued growth. The police department expects to add
400 new police officer positions and 100 new support staff over the next couple of years. Most of the police
officer positions will be utilized to augment the patrol function while the support positions will supplement
many critical roles to include a variety of technical operations within the organization.

   Another milestone accomplishment experienced during the year was the opening of the new Phoenix Police
Department Crime Lab. This 104,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility funded by voter-approved bonds will
enable the department to utilize the latest techniques in forensic science which will further enhance our ability
to solve crimes.

   Our continued commitment to homeland security was demonstrated during the year as the City of Phoenix
was one of the lead local governments participating in TOPOFF 4, the largest anti-terrorism exercise ever held
in the United States. For three days, top officials at the highest levels within the federal government watched
how we and our partners at the state, county and local levels responded to a real-life scenario involving the
detonation of a radiological dispersal device or “dirty bomb.” Collectively, we demonstrated that we are well-
prepared for such an event; yet through the process we gained valuable insight into ways we can improve our
knowledge, training and procedures to further enhance our preparedness and response capabilities.

   Despite the many positive aspects of 2007, the year was also marked by sadness following the tragic line-
of-duty deaths of Officer George Cortez, Jr., and Officer Nick Erfle. These brave, selfless heroes risked their
own lives for the safety of others. They died doing what all law enforcement officers do every day – ensuring
the safety and security of each person living within their communities. We are obliged to the memory of these
men and to all Phoenix police officers who have paid the ultimate price to never forget their sacrifice; and
we won’t.

  Policing the fifth largest city in the country does not come without its challenges. But, I am confident that
with the commitment of our employees, the continued support from our public officials and City leaders along
with the ongoing trust and assistance from our community, we will overcome any obstacle. Together, we will
continue to make Phoenix one of the safest major cities in the nation.




Jack F. Harris, Police Chief



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Office of Administration

  The Office of Administration staff provides administrative support to the police chief and the department’s
Executive Staff. Administration staff is comprised of both sworn and professional employees who are
responsible for the many activities that occur within the Police Chief’s Office. They schedule and coordinate all
aspects of the department’s executive, command, and department staff meetings, monitor and forward citizen
inquiries and commendations received via e-mail through the department’s website and U.S. mail, and are the
department’s point of contact with Phoenix City Hall for processing Council requests and requests for action.

   The Office of Administration is often the public’s first contact with the department. Staff members are
very adept at assessing requests for assistance and routing citizens to the person best able to take care of
their situation. An administrative sergeant is the department’s liaison with the Maricopa County Superior
Court and other involved agencies for the Record Redaction program. The sergeant processes redaction
requests, monitors officers’ participation, and provides department training on the availability and benefits
of the program.

   The Office of Administration also works closely with the Strategic Management Team (planning) and
the City Manager Liaison commander. Staff members facilitate police executives’ annual Performance
Achievement Plans, an internal rating system used to measure performance goals. Although assigned to the
City Manager’s Office, the City Manager Liaison commander is the department’s point of contact at Phoenix City
Hall and works very closely with the Office of Administration and Executive Staff. This commander facilitates
information and documents that pass between the Police Chief’s Office and City Management. The department’s
executive assistant chief, one additional assistant chief and the Office of Administration commander are the
management representatives on the department’s Labor/Management Committee.


                                                  Phoenix Police Department Executive Staff




   Executive Assistant           Assistant Police Chief         Assistant Police Chief        Assistant Police Chief         Assistant Police Chief        Assistant Police Chief        Assistant Police Chief
      Police Chief              M.L. “Andy” Anderson              Reserve Division             Blake McClelland               Michael C. McCort           Tracy L. Montgomery                James A. Piña
   Thomas V. Lannon                                               Scott M. Finical




             Assistant Police Chief        Assistant Police Chief                    Director                 Assistant Police Chief         Executive Assistant          Assistant Police Chief
                 Joseph Yahner              Kevin L. Robinson                   Gerald P. Richard II           John L. Buchanan                 Police Chief                Willam C. Louis
                                                                                  Retired 3.5.08                 Retired 1.20.07             Michael T. Frazier             Retired 11.3.07
                                                                                                                                              Retired 10.2.07




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Quick Reference Phone Listing - (all area codes 602)

POLICE HEADQUARTERS ........................ 262-7626                Major Offenders Bureau ......................... 644-5910

Chief’s Office .......................................... 262-6747    Maryvale Precinct (800) ........................ 495-5008

Administrative Services Bureau ............... 262-6131              Pawnshop Detail ..................................... 495-5001

Air Support Unit ..................................... 495-5002      Planning & Research Bureau .................. 262-6543

Airport Bureau ....................................... 273-3301      Professional Standards Bureau ............... 262-4580

AZ POST ................................................. 223-2560   Property Crimes Bureau ......................... 534-2606

Cactus Park Precinct (900) .................... 495-5009             Property Crimes Bureau North ............... 495-5001

Canine & Specialty Vehicles .................... 495-5003            Property Crimes Bureau South ............... 495-7808

Central City Precinct (500) ..................... 495-5005           Property Management Bureau ................ 534-5511

Code Enforcement Unit ........................... 534-6613           Public Affairs Bureau .............................. 534-5050

Communications Bureau HQs ................. 262-7626                 Records & Identification Bureau ............ 262-6134

Communications Bureau ........................ 262-6155              Reserve Division ..................................... 534-9000

Community Relations Bureau ................. 262-7331                South Mountain Precinct (400) .............. 495-5004

Community Programs ............................. 262-7331            Special Assignments Unit ........................ 495-5003

Computer Services Bureau ..................... 262-7282              Special Projects ...................................... 258-8715

Desert Horizon Precinct (600) ............... 495-5006               Squaw Peak Precinct (700) .................... 495-5007

Downtown Operations Unit ..................... 534-6432              Tactical Support Bureau-Admin .............. 495-5003

Drug Enforcement Bureau ...................... 275-5886              Traffic Bureau North ............................... 495-5001

Employment Services Bureau ................. 262-6925                Traffic Bureau South ............................... 495-5003

Family Investigations Bureau .................. 534-2121             Traffic Bureau / Headquarters ................ 262-6082

Fiscal Management Bureau ..................... 262-6131              Training Academy ................................... 262-7122

Homeland Defense Bureau ..................... 534-4585               Transit Bureau ........................................ 534-7389

Laboratory Services Bureau .................... 262-6197             Violent Crimes Bureau ............................ 262-6141

Law Specialists Bureau ........................... 534-0126




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Quick Reference Address Listing

Phoenix Police Headquarters            Employment Services Bureau                  Public Affairs Bureau
620 W. Washington Street               620 W. Washington Street                    620 W. Washington Street

Administrative Services Bureau         Family Investigations Bureau                Rapid Deployment Unit
620 W. Washington Street               2120 N. Central Avenue, Suite 250           3443 S. Central Avenue

Air Support Unit                       Fiscal Management Bureau                    Records & Identification
102 E. Deer Valley Road                620 W. Washington Street                    Bureau
                                                                                   620 W. Washington Street
Airport Bureau                         Laboratory Services Bureau-
2908 Sky Harbor Boulevard              Crime Lab                                   Reserve Division
                                       621 W. Washington Street                    620 W. Washington Street
Cactus Park Precinct (900)
12220 N. 39th Avenue                   Law Specialists Bureau                      South Mountain Precinct (400)
                                       620 W. Washington Street                    400 W. Southern Avenue
Canine & Specialty Vehicles
3443 S. Central Avenue                 Major Offenders Bureau                      Special Assignments Unit
                                       620 W. Washington Street                    3443 S. Central Avenue
Central City Precinct (500)
1902 S. 16th Street                    Maryvale Precinct (800)                     Special Projects
                                       6180 W. Encanto Boulevard                   620 W. Washington Street
Code Enforcement Unit
620 W. Washington Street               Pawnshop Detail                             Squaw Peak Precinct (700)
                                       302 E. Union Hills Drive                    6206 N. 24th Street
Communications Bureau
100 E. Elwood Street                   Planning & Research Bureau                  Tactical Support Bureau
                                       620 W. Washington Street                    3443 S. Central Avenue
Communications Bureau -
Headquarters                           Professional Standards Bureau               Traffic Bureau - South
620 W. Washington Street               111 W. Monroe Street                        3443 S. Central Avenue

Community Relations Bureau             Property Crimes Bureau                      Traffic Bureau - North
620 W. Washington Street               620 W. Washington Street                    302 E. Union Hills Drive

Computer Services Bureau               Property Crimes Bureau -                    Traffic Bureau - Headquarters
620 W. Washington Street               North                                       620 W. Washington Street
                                       302 E. Union Hills Drive
Desert Horizon Precinct (600)                                                      Training Academy
16030 N. 56th Street                   Property Crimes Bureau -                    10001 S. 15th Avenue
                                       South
Downtown Operations Unit               3443 S. Central Avenue                      Transit Bureau
333 E. Jefferson Street                                                            302 N. 1st Avenue
                                       Property Management Bureau
Drug Enforcement Bureau                100 E. Elwood Street                        Violent Crimes Bureau
620 W. Washington Street                                                           620 W. Washington Street




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Quick Reference Web Addresses

www.phoenix.gov                                                   www.usdoj.gov
City of Phoenix website                                           U.S. Department of Justice

www.phoenixpolice.com                                             www.cybertipline.com
Phoenix Police Department Internet Gateway                        National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

www.phoenixpolicemuseum.com                                       www.azwatchyourcar.com
Phoenix Police Department Museum                                  AZ Auto Theft Authority

www.100club.org                                                   www.silentwitness.org
100 Club of Arizona                                               Silent Witness

                                                                  www.phoenix.gov/STRCLOSE/strclose.html
                                                                  Major Street Closures



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Cactus Park Precinct - 12220 N. 39th Avenue

                                       Cactus Park Precinct partnered with the community resulting in
                                     countless successful crime suppression and community awareness
                                     projects during 2007.

                                        The community continues to be extremely supportive of the beat
                                     accountability program; its objective is to improve the quality of
                                     service to citizens, thus improving the quality of life. The program
                                     empowers beat officers to act as the first and most important level
                                     of problem solvers within their assigned beat through community
                                     interaction and the development of partnerships. Patrol officers
                                     work closely with specialty resources and create relationships with
                                     community leaders and associations.

                                        Cactus Park Precinct actively participates in department
                                     programs that enhance resources and provide assistance to all
                                     employees. The Homeland Defense liaison program works to
                                     increase the patrol officer’s understanding of critical Homeland
                                     Defense issues by fostering communication with the Homeland
                                     Defense Bureau. Partnerships have been established with National
                                     Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (NLETS) facility; the
                                     internal Justice and Public Safety network. Liaisons are briefed
                                     by daily intelligence summaries and meet with Homeland Defense
                                     Bureau representatives to strategize future programs. The Active
                                     Duty Support Team (ADST) provides a variety of services to
                                     Phoenix Police employees and their families when the employee is
                                     activated as a result of a Presidential call.

                                       An example of the precinct’s collaborative projects includes
                                     the 2007 Arizona “Walk Now for Autism” event that aids the
                                     Autism Foundation which assists families of children diagnosed
                                     with autism. More than 1,000 people attended the event and
                                     raised more than $600,000. Cactus Park Precinct’s Pursuit Team
                                     recruited 33 members and raised $1,760.




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Central City Precinct - 1902 S. 16th Street

                                                    Central City Precinct’s boundaries cover more than 30 square
                                                miles, with a diverse population exceeding 142,400 residents.
                                                During 2007, the precinct focused on beat accountability through
                                                its officers. Every officer on every shift in all three areas of
                                                the precinct received beat accountability training in an effort
                                                to impact violence and property crimes within the precinct.
                                                Successful crime suppression efforts included recidivism and
warrant roundups, prostitution sweeps, and auto theft/burglary reduction programs that improved the
quality of life and the perception of safety during the day and night for precinct residents. Patrol officers
and Neighborhood Enforcement Team (NET) officers effectively targeted street and mid-level drug sales,
prostitution, gang activity, auto theft, burglary, and robbery. Central City Precinct continues to strengthen
community bonds through outreach officers who build trust within the community and provide education for
day laborers.

   The precinct restructured personnel assignments in an effort to improve communication and effectiveness
between specialty squads and patrol squads. Community Action Officers, along with an abatement detective,
program coordinator, and a Crime Free Multi-Housing officer strive to serve the precinct neighborhoods
through community based policing while effectively dealing with community issues and concerns. Those
officers meet with neighborhood members, participate in neighborhood events and cleanups, and convey
issues and concerns to beat officers who in turn are vigilant to curb them as they are observed.

  In addition to crime suppression efforts there is a need for humanitarian endeavors with the area
homeless. The precinct has two officers committed to ending homelessness through continuing programs like
“Connection to Care,” a unique partnership between the Phoenix Police Department, business partnerships,
and the City’s Human Services Department. Homeless individuals are identified and connected to mainstream
benefits such as Social Security, food stamps, and housing. They also receive education on shelter and
detoxification means that are available to them.




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Desert Horizon Precinct - 16030 N. 56th Street

                                               Desert Horizon Precinct strives to fight and suppress crime
                                            in the City’s largest precinct; helping to make Phoenix the
                                            safest major city in the nation. The precinct serves well over
                                            400,000 residents and covers approximately 150 square
                                            miles. The Neighborhood Enforcement Teams (NET),
                                            Community Action Officers and Patrol officers have joined
                                            forces to tackle violent crime and property crime in the
                                            area. In July 2007, the precinct adopted a beat accountability
                                            philosophy. This philosophy will better facilitate the
                                            dissemination of pertinent law enforcement information
                                            between the numerous officers assigned to specific
                                            geographic beat areas. Officers armed with this information
                                            will hunt for dangerous felons twenty-four hours a day, seven
                                            days a week. This practice has already yielded numerous
                                            successes.

                                               Desert Horizon Precinct continues to have overwhelming
                                            support from the community. This support comes in the form
                                            of Block Watch groups, Phoenix Neighborhood on Patrol,
                                            Northeast Business Association, Neighborhood Fight Back
                                            funding, Palomino Renaissance, and an Auto Theft Reduction
                                            program. In addition, the Sunnyslope area anticipates
                                            the addition of a new police facility in 2008 that will allow
                                            officers and support staff to serve the community better and
                                            help reduce response times.




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Maryvale Precinct - 6180 W. Encanto Boulevard

                                                            The Maryvale Precinct is located in the west/
                                                          southwest portion of Phoenix. The precinct provides
                                                          service to an area larger than 54 square miles with
                                                          a diverse population exceeding 272,800 residents.
                                                          During 2007 precinct officers responded to more than
                                                          102,000 calls for service.

                                                        In an effort to enhance the quality of life of
                                                     the Maryvale community through a reduction of
                                                     violent crime, the precinct established the Maryvale
                                                     Revitalization Enforcement Project (MREP). The
                                                     program pooled existing department resources,
                                                     established partnerships with other law enforcement
agencies and other City departments and the community to target violent crime in designated neighborhoods.
Through the combined efforts of all involved, MREP saw a significant reduction in violent and property crimes
in the target areas.

   The Maryvale Precinct plays an integral part in department Wake Up! clubs. An example of these events
occurred over the course of five nights in the month of October. The Maryvale Precinct Wake Up! C.E.A.S.
Violence clubs teamed with the City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department’s “Wonderful Outdoor
World” program to provide Wake Up! students with a one-night urban camping experience. The program
aims to introduce inner-city youth to the fun and wonders of outdoor recreation and to teach the importance
of protecting the environment through a safe and controlled camping experience. Campers learned the value
of understanding and respecting urban and wild land ecosystems; 159 students and 16 staff spent one night
at South Mountain Park during the fall intercession. The Parks and Recreation Department provided all of the
necessary camping and cooking equipment.

  An abandoned vehicle program was implemented to address specific complaints from the community.
Abandoned and disabled vehicles parked in the roadway are prevalent in the precinct. These vehicles are a
concern of many community groups and affect the quality of life in the neighborhoods. Program results to
date are very encouraging with more than 4,901 abandoned vehicles tagged and more than 2,722 vehicles
towed from roadways.




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South Mountain Precinct - 400 W. Southern Avenue

                                                                        South Mountain Precinct partnered with
                                                                     the Arizona Department of Public Safety,
                                                                     Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Arizona
                                                                     Capitol Police and others on a four-day
                                                                     crime suppression program targeting the
                                                                     Capitol “Weed and Seed” and Central City
                                                                     South communities. “Operation Grand
                                                                     Finale” began March 5, 2007 and concluded
                                                                     on March 8, 2007. The agencies deployed
                                                                     uniformed and plainclothes officers to target
                                                                     drug crime, prostitution, gang activity, and
                                                                     violent crime hot spots. The operation netted
                                                                     255 arrests, stabilized two communities
                                                                     in need, and strengthened relationships
                                                                     with fellow law enforcement agencies and
                                                                     neighborhood associations.

   During the first 11 months of FY 2006-2007, South Mountain Precinct experienced a pronounced increase
in violent crime, much of it attributed to gang activity. During that time, 62 homicides were committed in
the precinct reflecting a 41 percent increase from the same time period during the previous fiscal year.
Extensive crime analysis revealed that although this violence was being committed throughout the precinct,
a disproportionate number of violent crimes were occurring within four distinct neighborhoods. These
neighborhoods and their boundaries are as follows:

• 7-11 Fight Back Neighborhood (7th Avenue to 15th Avenue; Buckeye Road to I-17)
• Lindo Park Neighborhood (19th Avenue to 23rd Avenue; Roeser Road to Southern Avenue)
• South Vista Housing Development (12th Street to 16th Street; Roeser Road to Southern Avenue)
• Hermoso Park Neighborhood (16th Street to 24th Street; Vineyard Road to Broadway Road)
  The scope of the violence in those four areas was such that traditional crime suppression efforts proved
ineffective. Therefore, the precinct developed a comprehensive, holistic response to this violence with the
express purpose of suppressing violent crime and gang crime while increasing resident perception of safety.
This response, known as “Operation Stabilization,” was implemented on June 8, 2007, and was staffed using
precinct resources, principally the Neighborhood Enforcement Team and Walking Beat squads, who provided
20 hours of daily coverage seven days a week over a four month period.

  The relentless efforts of South Mountain Precinct personnel served to make “Operation Stabilization” an
unmitigated success. Upon reviewing data provided by the Crime Analysis and Research Unit for the first three
months of FY 2007-2008, violent crime in the focus areas was down 25 percent when compared to the same
period during the previous fiscal year. Furthermore, “Operation Stabilization” had the undeniable effect of
reducing violent crime throughout South Mountain Precinct by 12 percent.

  Program highlights: 13,634 man-hours worked, 846 arrests, 37 search warrants served, 79 firearms
recovered, 30 vehicles seized, 689 citations issued, and $61,422 in U.S. currency seized.

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Squaw Peak Precinct - 6206 N. 24th Street

                                                   Squaw Peak Precinct covers a 34.5 square mile area and
                                                provides service to more than 209,000 citizens. The community
                                                is as diverse as the terrain within its boundaries.

                                                 Partnerships between police and the community remain
                                              vital to ensuring public safety; Squaw Peak Precinct attested to
                                              that during during the months of August and September 2007
                                              when a precinct Neighborhood Enforcement Team identified a
                                              number of locations negatively affecting the quality of life within
a neighborhood near 15th Avenue and Indian School Road in Phoenix. Using neighborhood contacts, officer
observations and crime analysis, it was determined the area required immediate interdiction of resources
from various City departments. The target area included multi-housing complexes that were known for their
open drug trafficking and deplorable living conditions. Those problems spilled over into the surrounding
neighborhood and contributed significantly to the increase in violent crime. Police partnered with the
Neighborhood Services Department (NSD) and a precinct abatement detective to resolve the problem. As
abatement proceedings were initiated, NSD did an onsite inspection of the premises that resulted in the target
properties being declared uninhabitable. The properties were fenced, and all of the residents were relocated
and the property secured. The operation resulted in a total of 51 arrests with 28 of them being felony arrests.
In addition, three stolen vehicles were recovered with a value of $12,300, officers seized $1,129 in cash,
recovered approximately ½ pound of marijuana, one pound of methamphetamine, 20 grams of cocaine; and,
38 arrest warrants were cleared.




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Airport Bureau

                                                      The Airport Bureau fulfills the security mission at
                                                   Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (SHIA).
                                                   More than 120 million people use the airport on
                                                   an annual basis, and SHIA is still the sixth largest
                                                   airport in the world for all takeoffs and landings. The
                                                   bureau’s mission is to protect this valley economic
                                                   engine, which is estimated to be more than $27
                                                   million annually. Aggressive training schedules and
                                                   development of several strategies and tactics comprise
                                                   the year’s continuing efforts to improve readiness.
                                                   Two terrorist liaison officers were assigned full time
                                                   to analyze data on a daily basis, educate and liaison
                                                   with all vendors and employees at SHIA, and provide
                                                   specialized investigation to all incidents of a suspicious
                                                   nature. Rifle programs were implemented, providing
                                                   enhanced security on the terminal curbs and in other
                                                   high visibility locations. SHIA has been on Orange Alert
                                                   for the entire year, with no signs of the status changing.
                                                   Airport Bureau Explosive Detection K-9 teams
                                                   continue to be the best in the United States and they
                                                   have resolved an estimated average of 50 incidents
                                                   per month throughout the year. Heavy duty patrol
                                                   trucks were added to the airside patrol operations
                                                   to improve abilities to stop unauthorized vehicles
                                                   from entering the secured airfields. Through the end
                                                   of 2007, Airport Bureau officers have received 41
                                                   commendations, three Distinguished Service awards,
                                                   and two Medals of Lifesaving.




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Computer Services Bureau

  During 2007, the Computer Services Bureau                • Implemented a Tip Tracking System for use by the
completed the following projects:                            “Operation Safe Streets” Task Force.
• Outfitted new Crime Laboratory facility with              • Enhanced the SafeBiz Program with ACT! Software
  a LAN/WAN, server and PCs, and coordinated                 to provide contact and customer management
  cutover of services to the new facility.                   capabilities to the Community Relations Bureau.
• Implemented the Wireless Property Tracking               • Implemented ChangeGear and Service Desk+
  System at the Property Management Bureau,                  software to improve tracking and handling of Help
  providing enhanced features, improved                      Desk requests for CSB services throughout the
  accuracy and increased reliability with wireless           Phoenix Police Department.
  bar code scanners.
                                                           • Undertook a Biometric Authentication Pilot
• Provided redundant data paths to the Elwood                Program with the department’s Homicide Unit to
  Communications Center and installed routers                allow use of wireless devices accessing the Phoenix
  and switches that ensure standalone operation              Police Department network.
  of 9-1-1/CAD/MDT when 620 W. Washington
  infrastructure is unavailable.                           • Converted South Mountain Precinct MDTs to
                                                             wireless configuration for access to police network
• Added three Transit Department locations to the            data.
  Phoenix Police Department network.
                                                           • Implemented a broadband wireless pilot program
• Developed Flight Scheduling and Monitoring                 for MDTs at Central City and Maryvale Precincts to
  System for the Air Support Bureau.                         give the MDT/Laptops in patrol vehicles the same
                                                             functionality as desktop PCs in the precincts.
• Added electronic Employee Notes capability to the
  Bureau Administration System for use by all first         • Released the CAD/MDT Replacement Project
  and second level supervisors in support of the             Request for Information (RFI), evaluated 15
  discipline policy implemented in January 2007.             vendor responses, and coordinated seven
                                                             CAD/MDT system demonstrations from qualified
• Coordinated, along with the Professional                   vendors. The formal Request for Proposals (RFP)
  Standards Bureau, the implementation of                    will be issued in 2008/2009.
  IAPro and BlueTeam for use in tracking citizen
  complaints and documenting information                   • Assisted with the implementation of the Automated
  related to supervisor initiated investigations,            License Plate Reader pilot program in two patrol
  complaints, pursuits and field accidents.                   vehicles, including automation of the file transfer of
                                                             stolen vehicle information to the License Plate Readers.
• Added system features that enable the Metal
  Theft Unit to track scrap yard transactions              • Implemented automated downloading of suspect
  and report “Top Sellers” by various factors                information to the City Prosecutor’s Office to
  (example: cost, weight, volume and frequency).             improve the efficiency and accuracy of data entry
                                                             to their system.
• Implemented an Overdue Traffic Accident
  Report to enable precincts and bureaus to                • Replaced 550 obsolete workstations and 20
  identify and correct errors in reports not                 servers and installed 140 new workstations
  submitted or not completed.                                throughout the department.

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Communications Bureau

                                                                               The Communications Bureau
                                                                            updated the emergency 9-1-1 phone
                                                                            systems. This upgrade now allows
                                                                            Communications operators to use the
                                                                            Department’s Headquarters as a dual
                                                                            center since both sites are compatible.
                                                                            Additionally, other upgrades allowed
                                                                            for 46 incoming Crime Stop trunk lines
                                                                            on T1 line technology that provides
                                                                            more lines for citizens calling for
                                                                            service, providing enough capacity
                                                                            to more than meet current needs as
                                                                            well as allowing for future growth in
                                                                            call volume. Switching to this new
                                                                            technology also provided cost savings
                                                                            to the City. Additional projects are
                                                                            planned in early 2008 that will assist
                                                                            in bringing technology vital to the
                                                                            smooth and reliable functioning of the
                                                                            Communications Bureau up to current
                                                                            technological standards.

                                                                              2007 saw the Communications
                                                                            Bureau switching translation services
                                                                            providing translation via phone for
                                                                            the entire department. The change
                                                                            will result in an anticipated savings of
                                                                            more than $100,000 in 2008, while
                                                                            providing the same level of translation
                                                                            service.

  The Communications Bureau began certifying all operators through the Association of Public Safety
Communications Officials (APCO) National Association.

  The bureau handled 2,372,885 calls in 2007; 1,232,051 calls came via 9-1-1 lines, and 1,140,834 were
Crime Stop calls. Communication Bureau operators handled 64 percent of those calls without dispatching an
officer. The Callback Unit facilitated 102,847 phone reports over the phone, relieving the need to dispatch
officers to non-emergency calls.




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Community Relations Bureau

  The Community Relations Bureau, for part of 2007
called Community and Patrol Services, is a diverse bureau
that includes a wide variety of details and duties that are
very important to the citizens of Phoenix. Housed in the
bureau are the Community Response Detail, Community/
Youth Programs and Explorers Post, Bias Crime/School
Violence Detail, Graffiti Detail, School Resource Officer
coordinator, Police Headquarters Information Desk,
Police Museum, Off-Duty Detail, Volunteer Program
coordinator and the Gang Resistance Education and
Training (G.R.E.A.T.) Detail.

  The Community Response squad maintains liaisons
with eight citizen advisory boards including the African
American, Asian, Hispanic, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh, Native
American and Gay-Lesbian communities. The squad
has developed relationships and partnerships with these
groups and numerous others who wish to exercise their
first amendment rights through demonstrations, picketing
or labor actions. During 2007, the squad monitored more
than 1,000 events and their presence helped maintain a professional relationship and alleviate any potential
for conflict or violence. The unit was nominated for and won the 2007 Law Enforcement Coordinating
Committee (LECC) Award.

  The Phoenix Police Cadet program identifies local youth that have an interest in a law enforcement career
and provides them with guidance and training to assist them in the achievement of their career goals. The
department expects that by providing mentorship to these youth, exceptional police officer candidates will be
cultivated. During 2007, the Cadet program was expanded from five positions to 25 positions and sent five
highly qualified cadets through the Phoenix Police Department’s Academy.

  Citizens Offering Police Support (COPS), the department’s volunteer program, was added to the bureau’s
responsibilities during 2007. These volunteers include retired and working professionals from the community
that have special skills valuable to the department. Each volunteer is required to work 16 hours/month. More
than $500,000 in cost savings was realized in 2007 as a result of more than 35,000 hours of volunteer time.
COPS volunteers coordinate the Intern program consisting of gifted college seniors from across the nation.

  The Phoenix Police Department is proud to be one of five designated training centers for the national
G.R.E.A.T. Program. G.R.E.A.T.’s Southwest Region encompasses Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico,
Oklahoma, Texas and Utah. The bureau’s Regional G.R.E.A.T. Unit works closely with the Bureau of Justice
Assistance, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, ATF and four other regional partners in the
administration and development of the G.R.E.A.T. Program.

  During 2007, the Bias Crimes Detail investigated more than 1,000 crimes related to school violence and
hate crimes. The Graffiti Unit investigated 1,579 crimes of vandalism involving graffiti.


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Drug Enforcement Bureau

   The Drug Enforcement Bureau is comprised of six different units that include street level investigations to
technical surveillance of major drug traffickers. The bureau is also home to the Vice and Liquor Enforcement
squads that provide assistance to precinct officers and conduct proactive programs directed at vice-related
crimes. Vice detectives work closely with state and federal law enforcement personnel during human
trafficking investigations that many times carry over to other states.

  Since the inception of the bureau’s Financial Crimes squad in 2006, more than $25 million in currency,
vehicles, and other property has been seized from suspects that use wire services to move money illegally.

  In 2007, a single investigation from the street enforcement detectives lasting several months netted 21 felony
arrests that included 18 federal indictments, two subjects referred to Immigration and Customs Enforcement
(ICE), seven vehicles seized and more than 23,000 marijuana plants confiscated.

  Another 2007 investigation that garnered national attention involved money laundering. The case dubbed
“Operation Dirty Laundry” culminated with 36 warrants, 67 indictments, the seizure of 55 pounds of
methamphetamine, 27 guns, 27 vehicles, nearly 7,000 pounds of marijuana and $1.4 million in U.S. currency.

   Also working within the bureau is the Liquor Enforcement Detail that conducts proactive inspections at
bars and nightclubs throughout the City, with an emphasis on education and prevention. The inspections
statistically result in a 40-60 percent reduction in police and fire calls for service. The detail also conducts
investigations related to fraudulent schemes, conspiracy, money laundering and other felonies involving
liquor establishments.




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Employment Services Bureau

  For the year of 2007, the Police Employment                   In 2007, more than 3,148 candidates took
Services Bureau has formulated new strategies for             the written exam and after the physical fitness
the hiring and retention of new recruits. Several             evaluation, 1,423 recruits received background
key programs were developed:                                  packets with 404 hired. In addition, 29 lateral
                                                              officers from outside departments, 14 reserves,
• Increased police recruit beginning pay by                   5 re-hires, and 167 civilians were hired.
  4.19 percent.
                                                                 The Recruiting Unit contracted with a media
• Hire incentives were approved in the amount of              relations and advertising firm to assist with
  $2,000 per certified applicants.                             recruitment strategies to improve the number,
• Added an additional written test and physical               quality, and diversity of applicants. Measures
  agility test monthly to accommodate the                     were taken to increase internet exposure, and the
  increasing number of recruits.                              Midwest was selected as a secondary target zone for
                                                              recruiting outside of Arizona. The Polygraph Unit
• Psychological screening contract re-bid to                  conducted approximately 1,494 pre-employment,
  accommodate more tests.                                     internal, and criminal polygraph examinations.

• Increased out of
  state recruitment in
  various locations to
  promote the Phoenix
  Police Department.

• Database created to
  contact unreturned
  background packets
  of qualifying
  applicants.

• Ten (10) new
  background
  investigators and two
  polygraph examiner
  positions were filled
  and four personnel
  analyst positions
  were approved for hire.




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Family Investigations Bureau

  The Family Investigations Bureau is located with the City of Phoenix’s Family Advocacy Center and Childhelp
USA. The bureau, consisting of 110 detectives, is responsible for the investigation of crimes against children,
domestic violence, missing persons, and the sex crimes.

  The Crimes Against Children Unit, in conjunction with non-profit Childhelp, worked together to create a
safe environment for children. Unit detectives responded to more than 175 crime scenes to assist patrol in
                                                                                 their crime suppression
                                                                                 activities. In June 2007,
                                                                                 First Lady Laura Bush
                                                                                 visited to help recognize
                                                                                 the center’s achievement
                                                                                 in its goal to help children
                                                                                 in crisis.

                                                                                      The Domestic Violence
                                                                                   Unit detectives respond
                                                                                   to more than 1,300 new
                                                                                   domestic violence cases
                                                                                   each month, working with
                                                                                   the Threat Management
                                                                                   Team to target the
                                                                                   most violent and repeat
                                                                                   offenders. During the
                                                                                   annual statewide Domestic
                                                                                   Violence Round-up,
                                                                                   detectives targeted more
                                                                                   than 400 subjects involved
in current investigations as well as those having felony or misdemeanor warrants for domestic violence
offenses. More than 90 subjects were arrested during this one-day operation.

   In an effort to enhance the quality of the Amber Alert System throughout the valley, the Missing Person Unit
provided Amber Alert checklists, protocol, and guidelines to other police agencies. The unit also participated
in press conferences, news alerts, and interviews for newspaper articles, increasing the public’s awareness of
missing person cases.

  The Sex Crimes and Sex Notification Units continued to investigate and monitor those who commit sex-
related crimes. Examples of 2007 investigations included the completion of a Public Housing Investigative
Task Force reference an unknown suspect entering residences in order to kidnap or sexually abused children.
The detail assisted in the successful prosecution of the “Baseline Killer” on numerous counts of sexual assault
and related crimes. Additionally, through extensive crime analysis and computer queries, a suspect wanted for
the sexual assault of an escort was identified. After the issuance of several search warrants, the investigation
revealed that the suspect had a 20-year history of related crimes. The Sex Notification Detail implemented the
enhanced tracking program for Level 3 registered sex offenders. This involved face-to-face contact with those
who are diagnosed as violent sexual predators in the hope that it may deter them from re-offending.


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Fiscal Management Bureau

  The Fiscal Management Bureau is comprised of several sections and units with very diverse tasks. The
Accounting & Budgeting Unit managed a $521 million budget and a $113 million Capital Improvement
Program budget. During 2007, the unit administered 107 active grants with funding of approximately $25
million dollars.

  The Administrative Unit provides seamless customer service, schedules Discipline Review/Use of Force
boards and during 2007, processed service awards for approximately 600 employees.

  The Code Enforcement Unit, responsible for the criminal and civil enforcement of the Phoenix City Code
for more than 110,000 alarm systems and for enforcement of the Phoenix City Code relating to loud parties,
gatherings and social events, sent more than 60,000 warnings and violation notices. The unit also handled
post storage hearings and releases for 45,000 impounded vehicles, and conducted more than 450 hearings
and completed 17,100 releases.

  The Employee Assistance Unit provides an essential and critical role assisting employees and their families
through traumatic times. The unit assists department employees and their families by providing critical funeral
planning, benefit information and emotional support through counseling and other services. This year the
unit assisted Glendale Police Department and Mohave County Sheriff’s Office with the planning of line of duty
funerals that occurred in their agencies.

  The Payroll/Personnel Unit members processed more than half a million payroll and personnel transactions
for the department’s 4,382 employees and filled approximately 300 public records request. The Safety Unit
provided 48 ergonomic evaluations and 3,250 fitness tests for employees. The Safety Unit’s continuing efforts
with personal protective equipment and training for terrorist incidents ensures that Phoenix maintains its rank
as one of our country’s most prepared cities.
                                        Fiscal Management Bureau
                                       Expense Categories as a % of Budget
             100
                             $454 ML
              90

              80
              70

              60
              50

              40
              20

              20
                                              $38 ML
                                                            $11 ML        $14 ML
              10                                                                          $4 ML

               0
                        Personal Services Contractuals   Commodities     Capital   Interdepartmental
             Budget %        87%              7%             2%           3%            Charges
                                                                                          1%

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Homeland Defense Bureau

                                               The Homeland Defense Bureau is the conduit of information
                                            passed between cities in Arizona and across the country.
                                            Throughout 2007, the Homeland Defense Bureau (HDB) continued
                                            to foster professional relationships with federal, state and local
                                            public safety partners through their contacts at the Arizona Counter-
                                            Terrorism Information Center (ACTIC). Several taskforce-style
                                            investigations that linked all of these partners together resulted
                                            in the disruption of large criminal syndicates and interrupted an
                                            organized murder-for-hire organization.

                                               The bureau was a major partner in Super Bowl XLII planning.
                                            Although the game was played in Glendale on February 2, 2008,
                                            seven out of the nine Super Bowl sanctioned events scheduled to
                                            occur the week prior, were in Phoenix.

  The Bomb Squad helped to host the International Association of Bomb Technician and Investigators (IABTI)
International Training Conference at the JW Marriott Resort/Desert Ridge in the summer of 2007. More than
1,200 bomb technicians and their family members from 26 countries attended the conference which garnered
the highest attendance ever in the history of the organization. Calls for service and overall work requests have
remained steady for the past two years; 2005 totalled 503, 2006 totalled 499, and 2007 totalled 451 (through
October 30). The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit anticipates the purchase of a second response truck
and a second Total Containment Vessel (TCV) using federal grant funding, and were actively involved in the
planning phase for the upcoming Super Bowl and related events.

   Training is an intricate part of the HDB, and getting and keeping Phoenix NIMS-compliant was been one of
the highest priorities during 2007. The bureau brought the City of Phoenix into compliance and continues
to train the valley, state, and federal agencies how to be compliant and work in a common and “unified
command” in order to guarantee safety and security for all, and to ensure the flow of federal funding on
other priorities.

   During 2007, the bureau drafted the department’s first “Isolation and Quarantine” policy, scheduled to take
effect in the coming months; HDB also rewrote the City’s “Redbooks” manuals used by top Phoenix officials
during a crisis.

  In 2007, the Infrastructure Protection Unit (IPU) provided increased safety and security to the downtown
core. New electronic surveillance sights added in 2007 included the new Crime Lab, HIDA Center, and the
Ahwatukee police substation. IPU also continues to complete more than 1,000 background checks, annually
for City and non-City contract workers. IPU participated in an exercise and revised inter-departmental
response to the mass evacuation plan.

  Top Officials (TOPOFF4) occurred in October 2007 with several agencies participating from all levels of
government. It was a simulated exercise that took place simultaneously between three international regions.
The Homeland Defense Bureau participated as both facilitators and players in the exercise.




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Laboratory Services Bureau

   The Laboratory Services Bureau’s new
Crime Laboratory was completed in May
2007 following more than three years of
planning and construction. The transition
into the new building was phased in over a
four week time frame with little disruption
to routine services in the process.

   The 104,000 square foot facility houses
a full service forensic crime lab offering
evidence collection and analyses in
Toxicology, Latent Prints, Firearms, DNA,
Controlled Substances, Trace Evidence and
Crime Scene Response. The building also
houses the Property Management Bureau’s Property Annex facility and the Violent Crimes Bureau’s Biological
Evidence Drying facility and vehicle examination bays. The building will provide much needed space to allow
for expansion of staff for the Laboratory Services Bureau for many years to come.




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Law Specialists Bureau

  The Law Specialists Bureau consists of the Legal Unit, Incident Review Unit (IRU) and Municipal Court Unit
(MCU), which is composed of the Court Services Detail (CSD), Judicial Process Detail (JPD), and Municipal
Court Enforcement Detail (MCED). The Legal Unit and IRU are located at Phoenix Police Headquarters, 620
W. Washington and are available 24 hours a day for legal and liability questions regarding work-related issues.
The MCU is located at the City of Phoenix Municipal Court, 300 W. Washington, and liaisons with various City
and county courts and other criminal justice agencies.

   The Legal Unit provides legal advice and assistance to department employees regarding all phases of the
department’s internal legal requirements. The unit is also responsible for tracking legislation and lobbying for
issues pertinent to the department, keeping abreast of current court decisions and disseminating information
as appropriate, including providing training.

   The Incident Review Unit’s primary objective is to identify
and minimize risk to employees, the department, and the
public. This is accomplished through monitoring and
investigating liability claims, and identifying, evaluating
and implementing methods to deal with liability issues
caused by employees’ actions. They are also responsible
for reviewing public record requests and documents for
the criminal/civil discovery process, subpoenas and court
orders, and the completion of court orders for employee
exposure incidents, in addition to instructing liability
classes. They also maintain the Civil Liability Tracking
System, which encompasses all of the incidents, claims and
lawsuits filed against the department.

   The JPD serves Orders of Protection, Injunctions Against
Harassment Orders, Mental Health Petition Orders,
Domestic Violence warrants and certain subpoenas. They
also take reports on ID theft and false reporting crimes,
and maintain court process statistics. A total of 2,330 legal documents were served by the JPD during 2007.
They also took reports on 85 ID theft and 413 false reporting crimes.

   The CSD distributes criminal subpoenas to department employees and administers their appearances in
City Court, and maintains the Citation Accountability System. In addition, they transport prisoners from jail
for their court appearances in City Court. They also assist Municipal Court Security when requested. In
2007, the CSD distributed 106,494 subpoenas to employees. The Citation Accountability Officer has primary
responsibility for the operation, maintenance, and quality control of the department’s Ticket Accountability
System and acts as a liaison between the officers and City Municipal Court. The year saw an average of 2,938
officers audited every quarter for accountability purpose. A total of 4,025 void and lost citations were logged.

  The MCED assists the Phoenix Municipal Court with its revenue collection program by serving post-
adjudicated “failure to pay fine” arrest warrants. In 2007, MCED officers located and arrested 206 warrant
suspects, and with the help of a civilian Court assistant, cleared a total of 1,590 warrants and collected
$1,945,291 in fines and jail time. Many of these individuals also had felony warrants for their arrest.

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Major Offenders Bureau

   Over the course of the past two years, Phoenix experienced the impact of several violent serial criminals. As
a result, the Phoenix Police Department assembled a task force of units comprised of officers specializing in
apprehension, surveillance, and tactics. Equipped with information provided by case agents and investigators,
the task force was tremendously successful. While the formulation of the task force was derived through
grievous acts; the intradepartmental task force concept proved intuitive. Consequently, the department
explored the idea of a bureau that could address crime suppression through apprehension. It seemed logical,
both violent crimes and property crimes could be markedly suppressed by streamlining the diverse expertise
of criminal apprehension units within the department. Subsequently, the Major Offender Bureau was created.

  The Major Offender Bureau is comprised of officers formerly of the Tactical Support Bureau, the Property
Crimes Bureau, and the Drug Enforcement Bureau. The bureau supports the department’s investigative details
and concentrates its efforts on the apprehension of predatory criminals, serial criminals, recidivists and other
wanted felons. The bureau’s success is measured through both numerical calculations and empirical data to
ensure efficiency and affect on crime suppression in the City of Phoenix.




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Planning & Research Bureau

  The Planning & Research Bureau incorporates a number of important workgroups. The Policy and
Accreditation Detail prepared for the department’s sixth reaccredidation scheduled to occur in August 2008;
the detail transitioned to the fifth edition CALEA standards. The detail assisted with the development and
maintenance of critical policy and form revisions, uniform and equipment research, employee suggestions,
provided internal and external customers with information upon request, and other research projects; the
four-member team processed more than 100 policy and form revisions and other 2007 research projects.

   The Research and Grants Detail works to enhance the safety of neighborhoods throughout the City by
applying for, administering, and monitoring federal and state grants utilized by the department. Additionally,
the Neighborhood Block Watch Grant Program (NBWGP) provides valuable services to individual
neighborhoods throughout the City. In 2007, grant staff monitored approximately $34 million in federal and
state grants. These grants funded equipment purchases, positions, investigations and a variety of programs.
NBWGP issued grants to 167 neighborhood organizations totaling $1.2 million.

   In 2007, the Crime Analysis and Research Unit (CARU) responded to more than 1,400 requests for
assistance with crime suppression, resource allocation, and community awareness efforts by providing
internal and external customers with maps, bulletins, link charts, time lines, crime trend reports, predictive
and geographic analyses, as well as a variety of custom reports created to meet specialized needs. The unit
also spent numerous hours assisting with the “Baseline Killer” and the “Serial Shooter” high-profile crime
series investigations, as well as assisting with planning for the staff and resources that would be required
to successfully open two new precinct stations. The CARU worked to ensure the quality of the department’s
data with an entire detail dedicated to reviewing and coding departmental reports and arrests to federal
standards, as well as by allocating additional personnel to research and verify the accuracy of data whenever
new data integrity issues were identified. In addition, the CARU continued to produce the monthly scorecard
reports to assist with management and accountability by providing current precinct and citywide standings
in relation to the department’s focus on business process, financial, learning and growth, and customer
perspective dimensions.

   The Strategic Management Team (SMT) completed its first year using the balanced scorecard approach to
goal setting and accomplishment as set forth in the department’s Policing Plan and reported in Performance
Achievement Plans. Members of the SMT received process mapping training and have continued expanding
the use of the mapping methodology to streamline core business processes throughout the department.
This methodology was the foundation for the department’s Continual Improvement Program achieving
semi-finalist status for the IACP/Motorola 2007 Webber Seavey Award for quality in law enforcement. SMT
was invited to work outside the department to assist the City Auditor and Housing Departments to develop
a performance improvement capability characterized by process control and the design of a system of
interrelated core work processes.

  The Facilities Detail directly impacts infrastructure goals by enhancing the department’s future
capabilities in the area of facilities management. In 2007 the Pecos Park Neighborhood Station and new
Crime Lab were completed. The Detail also worked with the design team to complete the design for the
Sunnyslope neighborhood station scheduled for construction this winter. The detail is working on the
design of several future precinct stations, the first located at 99th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road, to be
completed by June, 2010.


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Professional Standards Bureau

  The Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) assists the department in maintaining unquestionable integrity
through effective and efficient police service and ensuring fair and equal treatment of citizens and employees.
This is accomplished by supporting community based policing objectives and providing the police chief with
complete, factual and unbiased reports.

   The Investigations Unit is responsible for conducting investigations involving serious employee misconduct,
in-custody deaths and officer involved shootings. Allegations that, if sustained, would result in suspension, are
investigated by Professional Standards, freeing field supervisors to focus their attention on other supervisory
                                                        responsibilities. The unit serves as a resource to all
                                                        department supervisors and is the central repository
                                                        for administrative investigation records. In 2007, this
                                                        unit conducted 150 internal investigations and 43
                                                        officer-involved shooting investigations and fielded
                                                        426 inquiries from citizens. The unit is tasked with
                                                        making presentations to the Disciplinary Review
                                                        and Use of Force boards and identifies misconduct
                                                        trends or training needs as a result of administrative
                                                        investigations. The Investigations Unit implemented
                                                        the use of IAPRO; law enforcement software designed
                                                        CI Technologies for Internal Affairs and Professional
                                                        Standards Units.

                                                           The Inspections Unit is responsible for conducting
                                                        all Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement
                                                        Agencies (CALEA) mandated audits. The unit also
                                                        oversees the Drug Destruction, Gun Destruction and
                                                        Seized Cash Accountability committees. In 2007, PSB
                                                        inspectors initiated 10 bureau/precinct audits and
                                                        developed 24 non-audit service reports intended
                                                        to reduce liability issues. In addition, inspectors
                                                        coordinated the destruction of more than 22,000
                                                        pounds of drugs and paraphernalia, as well as 2,558
guns. Inspectors also verified the legal release of currency impounds for a total deposit amount of more than
$3,940,000. In 2007, the Inspections unit developed significant changes to the patrol proactive inspection
program. PSB inspectors have partnered with the precinct inspections lieutenants to ensure risk management
procedures are initiated to meet the goals of the current Policing Plan. The inspectors also assigned two
detectives to specifically work with investigative bureaus on case management matters. The goal in this
endeavor is to identify issues within case management, facilitate a means of addressing problems through
training, and to conduct regular proactive inspections in regard to investigative procedures.

  The Mayor’s Security Detail is responsible for providing protective services for the mayor of Phoenix and
his guests and minimizing the possibility of harm and/or embarrassment to the mayor, City of Phoenix or the
Phoenix Police Department. Detectives assigned to this detail transport the mayor to and from events. Last
year the unit provided protective services to the mayor at 4,900 events.


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Property Crimes Bureau

   The Property Crimes Bureau is tasked to improve the quality of life in the community by educating the
public regarding current crime prevention methods and to investigate criminal activity. The bureau consists
of specialty details including Document Crimes, Auto Theft, North/South Property Crime, Street Crimes,
Pawnshop, Metal Theft and Special Projects.

   With identity theft on the rise nationwide, the Document Crimes
Detail created and maintains a program to assist victims with how
to repair the damage done to their credit and how to gather items
needed for prosecution. This detail also initiated a new Investigative
Support Detail to assist the public and investigators during
complex investigations. During 2007, the Document Crimes Detail
investigated more than 12,000 crimes, seizing for forfeiture $15,858
in cash, $1,068,900 in property, and 25 vehicles.

   The Auto Theft Detail coordinated and purchased an Automatic
License Plate Reader Program (ALPR). These license plate readers
were used in the west and northwest sections of Phoenix to assist
with locating stolen vehicles. The detail also promotes the ”Watch
Your Car” program (a decal on the car asks
police officers to stop it if seen in motion between
1a.m.-5 a.m.) and the Stolen Vehicle Affidavit
Program, that places more department resources
on the investigation of criminal auto theft and less
emphasis on civil disagreements.

  The Special Projects Unit conducted 381
investigative transactions, recovered $1.5
million in stolen property including 138
vehicles, and indicted 181 suspects (152 with
prior felony convictions).

  The North and South Street Crimes Details
conduct undercover surveillance and apprehend suspects throughout the City. In 2007, the South Street
Crimes Detail made 96 felony arrests, recovered $235,550 in stolen property, and recovered 40 stolen
vehicles. The North Street Crimes Detail conducted 7,806 hours of surveillance, arrested 169 felony
suspects, recovered $465,147 in stolen property, and recovered 11 stolen vehicles.

  The Metal Theft Detail recovered more than $609,961 in stolen property, made 48 arrests, and conducted
630 inspections of scrap yard businesses.

   The Pawnshop Detail conducted 80 inspections of pawnshops and 269 inspections of secondhand dealer
businesses netting 50 warnings/violations, 1,445 felony warrant hits and 19 arrests. More than $260,000
in stolen property was recovered locally and by other jurisdictions involved in Phoenix Police investigations.
Nearly $4,200 in lost property was recovered, 261,909 pawnshop tickets were received, and $282,410 collected
in revenue.

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Property Management Bureau

   The Property Management Bureau received 203,614 items and processed 150,547 items for release and
disposal during Fiscal Year 2006-2007. The bureau successfully implemented a Real-Time Property Tracking
System to provide optimum storage and accurate tracking of property maintaining the highest degree of
integrity. The project identified equipment needs and established performance-based methods to properly
manage approximately one million items currently in the custody of the Phoenix Police Department.

  The Property Annex that was located at Phoenix Police Headquarters relocated to the basement of the
new Crime Lab on June 18, 2007. The Property Annex was open for business the following day, providing
customer service for officers and lab personnel.

  The Property Management Bureau Fleet worked closely with City of Phoenix Public Works and the
Equipment Management Departments to purchase 100 Chevrolet Tahoes and 76 Chevrolet Impalas at a cost of
$8 million.




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Public Affairs Bureau

   The Public Affairs Bureau coordinates internal and
external communications for the Phoenix Police Department
including the internet, intranet, video services, Silent
Witness, media, and numerous public information functions.
During 2007, the Internet Detail responded to more than
4,600 community inquiries in addition to providing timely
information to employees via the Emergency Notification
System (ENS). The detail facilitates the www.phoenixpolice.
com web site that logged more than 99,000 visits, with more
than 2,250,000 pages viewed. In addition, the Internet Detail
continued a project through a grant that provides online
training classes for Phoenix Police officers with a specific
goal aimed at teaching various aspects of domestic violence
related crimes. The program provides AzPOST approved
courses in two-hour blocks.

   In 2007, Silent Witness gained extensive exposure during
their involvement in several high profile investigations. In
response to this exposure, they were able to establish relationships with several law enforcement agencies as
well as a growing demand from the community. Tips through Silent Witness assisted investigators throughout
the valley in the apprehension of nearly 250 felons, one of the highest arrest numbers the program has seen
since its inception.

  The Video Services Detail ensures that department employees are provided with timely training and that
the public is informed of the Phoenix Police Department’s many effective programs and services. The detail
provides programming for the City’s cable channel PHX 11 and the department’s internal cable television
channel, PDTV CH851. Programming includes “On-Patrol,” “Gun Shots,” “Tactical Advantage,” as well as a
new segment “Terrorism Liaison Officer,” giving employees an update on terrorism-related information.

   The Public Relations Unit provides support to the department through design and implementation of public
relations campaigns, special document designs, facilitation of community outreach, still photography, and the
production of public affairs programming. Coordination of the Phoenix Police Department Honor Chorus, a
volunteer group comprised of sworn and civilian members of the department, is also overseen by the unit as is
facilitation of the non-profit Police Foundation. In 2007, the unit significantly increased the output of positive
stories about the accomplishments and actions of Phoenix Police Department employees.

   The Media Relations Unit acts as a liaison between the department and host of local and national media
outlets. In 2007, a new PIO command truck, “Media One” was added allowing the department to unify efforts
to effectively coordinate and communicate critical information to the public and other agencies during a wide
variety of incidents. In 2007, the unit’s Public Information Officers responded to a variety of crime scenes
24/7, covering a number of incidents that drew national attention and required a prolonged response and
monitoring. During 2007, the unit facilitated many press conferences covering a variety of topics highlighting
the positive work done by members of the department, reviewed and monitored numerous public record
requests, and conducted a number of training sessions for police supervisors who handle media at various
lower profile police scenes.

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   Records & Identification Bureau

                  Crime Scenes Incidents Requiring Digital Media                                                 Total Number of Department crime Distributed
                                                                                                        This table reflects the volume of Reports scene
                                  2005 - 2007*                                                                             by that required digital
                                                                                                      Departmental Report’sthe Public Records Staff image
                                                                                                                       storage 2003 - 2007*
                                                          34,788                   34,626
   35,000                        31,986
                                                                                                      processing and 32,241 for later use by detectives and
                                                                                                         35,000
                                                                                                                                                      crime
                                                                                                      the general public. The processing time for28,530
                                                                                                                               30,855
                                                                                                                                       30,199

   30,000                                                                                                30,000
                                                                                                      scene photographs is within the 2-3 day goal.
                                                                                                                                              27,503
                           Crime Scenes Incidents Requiring Digital Media                                                Total Number of Department Reports Distributed
   25,000                                  2005 - 2007*                                                  25,000                   by the Public Records Staff
                                                                 34,788                   34,626
                                                                                                        Future activities for the R&I Forensic Imaging Unit
                                                                                                                                     2003 - 2007*
   20,000
       35,000                           31,986                                                           20,000            staffing, moving within Police
                                                                                                      include increasing 32,241 30,855
                                                                                                             35,000
                                                                                                                                          30,199
   15,000
       30,000
                                                                                                                                                  extending
                                                                                                      Headquarters to a larger work area and 27,503 28,530
                                                                                                         15,000
                                                                                                             30,000
                                                                                                      service hours for department personnel.
   10,000
       25,000                                                                                            10,000
                                                                                                             25,000

     5,000
        20,000                                                                                            5,000
                                                                                                             20,000

          0
         15,000                 2005                      2006                     2007
                                                                                                              0
                                                                                                         The15,000 2003 of the department 2006to positively
                                                                                                              philosophy           2004         2005        is          2007


         10,000
                      *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data                       identify subjects through fingerprints. Arrested
                                                                                                             10,000
                                                                                                                     *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data

                                                                                                      subjects are fingerprinted early in the booking
          5,000                                                                                               5,000
                                                                                                      process so that appropriate action is taken regarding
              0                         2005                     2006                     2007
                                                                                                      charges and detention. The fingerprints2006 arrested
                                                                                                                  0         2003          2004       2005
                                                                                                                                                                   for 2007
                              *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data
                                                                                                      persons and unknown persons are capturedactual data
                                                                                                                          *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of
                                                                                                                                                                           and
                                                                                                      searched against the state and national criminal
                                 Fingerprint Verification                                             history databases; mug photos are also captured at
                                                                                                                         Total Department Reports Entered
                                      2003 - 2007*                                                                                      2003 -
                                                                                                      this time and stored in the state2007*        database.
61,000                                                                                                 180,000
                                                                                      60,185
                                                                                                                                                                                   173,665
                                                                                                       175,000
60,000                                                             59,340
                                                 59,305                                                                                                            169,090
                                                                                                       170,000
59,000                                  Fingerprint Verification                                                             the total volume of Entered
                                                                                                         This chart reflectsTotal Department Reportsfingerprints
                                                                                                                                     165,590
                                             2003 - 2007*                                              165,000                       2003 - 2007*
                                                                                                      processed for arrests, subjects issued a citation
58,000
    61,000                                                                                             160,000
                                                                                                            180,000
                                                                                             60,185
                                                                                                      in lieu of detention, and for subjects requiring
           56,922                                                                                                                                          173,665
57,000                                                                                                 155,000
                                                                                                            175,000
                                                                                                      identification only.
    60,000                                                                59,340
                                                                                                                   150,549
                                                      59,305                                                                                                             169,090
                                                                                                       150,000
                                                                                                          170,000
56,000
    59,000                                                                                                                                               165,590
                                                                                                        Future
                                                                                                       145,000 plans for the Criminal Records Unit include
                               56,360                                                                                         149394
                                                                                                          165,000
55,000
    58,000                                                                                            improving the booking process through use of newer
                                                                                                       140,000
                                                                                                          160,000
54,000
                56,922                                                                                biometric technologies including the new rapid
                                                                                                       135,000
                                                                                                          155,000
    57,000 2003                2004               2005              2006              2007
                                                                                                      identification technology with2005
                                                                                                                                     wireless2006
                                                                                                                  2003150,549 2004
                                                                                                                                              connectivity to
                                                                                                                                                     2007

                  *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data
                                                                                                            150,000      *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data
    56,000                        56,360                                                                                                149394
                                                                                                            145,000                                           continued on page 136
    55,000
                                                                                                            140,000
    54,000                                                                                                  135,000
                    2003               2004               2005              2006             2007                         2003             2004            2005           2006           2007

                           *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data                                             *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data




                                  City of Phoen i x P o l i c e D e p a r t m e n t 2 0 0 7 A n n u a l S u m m a r y                                                                        135
                                                                                                               57000
10000
                                                                                                               56000
   Records & Identification Bureau, continued
 5000
                                                                                                               55000
     0
                                         Digital Media                                                         54000
                                                                                                                                2003           2004           2005              2006   2007
                                     Total Department Reports Entered                             the PACE Unit include provision of increased training
                                               2003 - 2007*
                                                                                                  for new officers and Field Training Officer’s and
     180,000                                                                                      improving the report entry time for real-time use
                                                                                        173,665
     175,000                                                                                      of the report data for crime analysis and to support
                                                                         169,090
     170,000
                                                         165,590
                                                                                                  crime suppression efforts of the department.
     165,000
     160,000
                                                                                                    The Public/Traffic Records staff, comprised of less
                                                                                                  than 20 individuals, respond to public records and
     155,000
                        150,549                                                                   subpoena requests, and process traffic accident and
     150,000
                                          149394                                                  DUI reports for city personnel and the general public.
     145,000
     140,000
                    Crime Scenes Incidents Requiring Digital Media                                          Total Number of Department Reports Distributed
     135,000                        2005 - 2007*
                          2003             2004            2005           2006           2007                        by the Public Records Staff
                                                       34,788              34,626                                            2003 - 2007*
                                 *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data
   35,000                         31,986                                                           35,000             32,241
                                                                                                                                   30,855
                                                                                                                                               30,199
                                                                                                                                                                        28,530
   30,000                                                                                          30,000                                                  27,503
      This chart (above) shows the number of
   department reports that were entered and finalized in
   25,000                                                                                          25,000
   the Police Automated Computer Entry system (PACE).
   20,000                                                                                          20,000
   There are several mechanisms available to officers
   15,000
   for writing a department report including:                                                      15,000

   10,000                                                                                          10,000
   • Calling R&I and dictating the report data while a
    5,000
       secretary enters the report.                                                                 5,000

         0                                                                                              0
                     and
   • Calling R&I 2005 dictating the report2007 the
                                         2006
                                                               to                                                     2003         2004       2005        2006         2007

             *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data                                              *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data
     VoiceWriter system for later transcription by a
     secretary.                                                                                     This table (above) represents the number of
                                                                                                  reports the unit distributed to the public from
   • Submitting handwritten reports to R&I for
                                                                                                  2003-2007. The average turnaround time to
     transcription to PACE.
                                                                                                  process a public records request is five days.
       In 2007 the-year end backlog of reports waiting
                   Fingerprint Verification
                                                                                                                   for Department 2007* Entered
                                                                                                                                   Reports
                                                                                                     Future plans Totalthe unit include development of a
    transcription was less than 200, with all reports
                        2003 - 2007*                                                                                        2003 -
                                                                                                  public access portal which will allow citizens on-line
    entered within ten days of dictation. Future plans of
61,000                                                                                            180,000
                                                                              60,185                                                              internet.
                                                                                                  access to certain departmental reports via the 173,665
                                                                                                  175,000
60,000                                                        59,340
                                               59,305                                                                                                       169,090
                                                                                                  170,000
                                                                                                                                            165,590
59,000
                                                                                                  165,000
58,000                                                                                            160,000
          56,922
57,000                                                                                            155,000
                                                                                                            150,549
                                                                                                  150,000
56,000                        56,360                                                                                           149394
                                                                                                  145,000
55,000
                                                                                                  140,000
54,000                                                                                            135,000
             2003             2004              2005           2006            2007                          2003              2004           2005           2006             2007

                    *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data                                       *Year-end totals estimated using 11 months of actual data



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Reserve Division

                                                 Recognized across the country, the Phoenix Police Reserve
                                              Division currently has 123 Reserve officers. Comprised
                                              of newly sworn and transitioning former career officers,
                                              Reserve officers play a vital role in the operation of the
                                              department serving in a vast array of details including Patrol,
                                              Investigations, Special Assignments Unit, Air Support, Motors,
                                              Training Academy, Airport Bureau, and a number of other
                                              specialty details. In 2007, Reserve officers donated more than
                                              28,000 hours of police services valued at nearly $1.5 million.




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Tactical Support Bureau

   The Tactical Support Bureau’s Special Assignments             Rapid Deployment Units (RDUs) are used
Unit (SAU) consists of five squads that cover a 24/7           citywide as a resource for several major crime
schedule. During 2007, the unit facilitated a service-        suppression programs, specifically South Mountain
expansion project in order to provide additional              Precinct’s Operation Stabilization and Operation
tactical support for Patrol and other bureaus. The            Safe Streets. RDUs are responsible for locating and
unit responded to 180 tactical events, served 168             arresting wanted offenders, saturation of identified
high-risk search warrants, provided search warrant            target locations, and tactical support for Patrol and
training for NET squads citywide, and responded to            the Special Assignments Unit.
a number of hostage/barricades. In 2007, SAU took
possession of a new armored personnel vehicle, the               The department began using canines for narcotics
LENCO “Bear.”                                                 detection work in June 1976, and has continued
                                                              to grow during the past 30 years. Today the unit
   The Phoenix Police Department has employed                 has 17 patrol teams assigned to provide assistance
helicopters in support of patrol officers since 1973           to officers throughout the City. The canines used
with a mission to ensure the safe operation and               by the Canine Unit are German Shepherds, Dutch
effective deployment of aircraft and aircrews for             Shepherds and Belgian Malinois. Their primary
the preservation of life and property, community              function is to search for people, drugs and evidence.
education, and crime suppression efforts. During              During 2007, through the use of air scenting,
2007, crews responded to 14,586 calls with an                 tracking, drug searches and evidence searches, the
average response time of 1.7 minutes and assisted             dogs and their handler teams completed more than
in 2,291 arrests. The aircrews partner with the               5,500 calls for service and assisted in the location
Phoenix Fire Department to conduct search and                 of more than 300 suspects and millions of dollars in
rescue operations in our mountain parks and                   narcotics seizures.
over otherwise inaccessible terrain, and to fight
large brush fires with aerial water drops. The unit               The Specialty Vehicle Detail (SVD) has a fleet of
stands ready to transport Homeland Security UASI              17 special purpose vehicles/trailers that are capable
Rapid Response Teams statewide during disasters,              of supplying support in a variety of law enforcement
terrorist based or otherwise.                                 events and investigations. In October 2007, the SVD
                                                              added a LENCO “Bear” to its fleet; a large armored
   The Fugitive Apprehension and Investigation Detail         vehicle capable of transporting tactical officers and
(FAID) is responsible for locating and arresting              offering mobile cover in tactical situations.
violent offenders. In addition to their primary
responsibilities, FAID personnel provide investigative           The Dive Team is responsible for the search,
support for the department and federal, state, and            retrieval, and underwater investigative services in
local law enforcement agencies. During 2007, the              bodies of water within the City of Phoenix. During
detail completed their first full year on a regional           2007, the Dive Team assisted in several incidents
task force with the U.S. Marshals’ Office in Phoenix.          at the request of other valley law enforcement
Aside from some of the high profile arrests made               agencies. The team is largely made up of collateral
by the detail, they also saw success in concentrated          duty personnel throughout the department and is
enforcement actions.                                          capable of completing specialized dive missions
                                                              including sonar and surface supplied (hard hat)
                                                              diving in a variety of dive environments.




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Traffic Bureau

  The Traffic Bureau is responsible for citywide traffic enforcement, investigations of critical injury crashes
and safety education. The bureau continued the Traffic Impact Program that proactively addresses the
problem of excessive speed as a contributor to the majority of collisions. In 2007, the bureau conducted 16
programs and 1,369 citations were issued.

   In 2007, Traffic Bureau motor officers provided staffing for more than 100 special events ranging in size
from small to those requiring an enormous commitment of personnel, such as the Fiesta Bowl Parade, the P.F.
Chang’s Rock and Roll Marathon & Half Marathon, and the March for Comprehensive Immigration Reform.
Events staffed vary in type including parades, runs and walks, protest marches, neighborhood events, escorts,
and bike rides. In addition to these events, Traffic personnel played an integral part in 2007’s “Operation Safe
                                                                                          Streets” that focused
                                                                                          on South Mountain
                                                                                          and Maryvale
                                                                                          Precincts.

                                                                                                  During 2007, the
                                                                                               Vehicular Crimes
                                                                                               Unit continued
                                                                                               to investigate all
                                                                                               fatal and critical
                                                                                               collisions. The unit
                                                                                               responded to more
                                                                                               than 200 collisions
                                                                                               and continued to
                                                                                               assume disposition
                                                                                               on all felony and
                                                                                               misdemeanor hit and
                                                                                               run investigations.

                                                                                          The DUI
                                                                                       investigations
                                                                                       component processed
                                                                                       and supplemented
the investigation of more than 7,000 DUI cases. The Youth Alcohol and Aggressive Driver squad works with
valley agencies and schools to combat underage drinking and driving, provides presentations to schools about
alcohol and drug use, and targets aggressive drivers who endanger motorists on City streets.

   The Traffic Education and Safety Unit (TESU) interact with school-age children regarding bicycle/pedestrian
safety and conducts events to educate parents and caregivers on proper use of child safety restraints.
Volunteers assigned to the Accessibility Compliance Enforcement (ACE) and Motorist Assist Program (MAP)
donated more than 8,000 hours of service to the department. In 2007, the ACE program received the Mayor’s
Community Award for service to the disabled community. TESU is responsible for the Traffic Complaint
Hotline, a tool enabling citizens to call for traffic-related issues; an average of 300 calls/month has been
recorded. Another large component of TESU is the Photo Enforcement Program, where more than 10,000
citations were issued for speeding in school zones and running red lights.

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Transit Bureau

   In July 2006, the Phoenix City Council authorized the initial organizational structure of the Transit Bureau
within the Phoenix Police Department under the direction of a police commander. Positions were approved
for an operational staff that included a police lieutenant, three police sergeants, an administrative assistant, 20
police assistants and 30 municipal security guards. The City Council approved these positions to be the core
of transit security service and staffing began in April, 2007. Public Transit has an estimated annual boarding
of 41,754,977 passengers.

  Since its inception, Police Transit Bureau staff work diligently to create staffing plans, training curriculum
and operational policies to provide effective security for the bus lines and the Valley Metro Light Rail System
which is set to begin service December 27, 2008. Staff works with other law enforcement agencies and transit
departments to gather information necessary to provide effective security.

  In conjunction with regional transit and law enforcement agencies, staff established the Regional Transit
Security Working Group to pursue grant opportunities for enhancement of security efforts through employee/
public awareness training, hardening of several transit facilities, conducting regional emergency exercise
drills, and addressing communication interoperability. During the course of the year staff was able to secure a
$265,000 Homeland Security grant from the federal government for training purposes.




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Violent Crimes Bureau

   The Violent Crimes
Bureau (VCB) is
responsible for follow-up
and case preparations
involving all homicides,
assaults, robberies, and
criminal street gang
enforcement. VCB has
approximately 180
members who are divided
into four work units
including: Homicide,




                                                          Robbery, Assaults, and the Gang Enforcement
                                                          Unit. The Homicide Unit is comprised of eight
                                                          squads performing various functions related
                                                          to homicide investigations. Four squads
                                                          rotate responsibility for investigating known
                                                          homicides and conducting death investigations
                                                          that involve suspicious circumstances, two
                                                          squads support Patrol at night to conduct
                                                          major crime scene investigations, one squad
                                                          conducts follow-up investigations on cold case
murders, and the International Criminal Apprehension Team (ICAT) is responsible for managing foreign
prosecution issues.

  The Robbery Unit is divided into three squads and is tasked with investigating bank robberies, home
invasions, and kidnappings/extortions. Stringer operations are a large part of the Robbery Unit. The unit
has two squads which conduct investigations and one squad entitled Illegal Immigration Prevention and
Apprehension Cooperative Team (IIMPACT), a detail created to deter, disrupt, and dismantle criminal
organizations profiting from illegal immigration.

   The Assault Unit is comprised of six squads and handles a wide range of investigations, including anything
from threats of harm to life-threatening aggravated assaults. Three Assault squads handle investigations, one
squad concentrates on Gun Enforcement, and one squad focuses on the National Integrated Ballistic Network
(NIBIN). As part of the Assaults Unit, the Court Liaison Detail consults and submits cases to the Maricopa
County Attorney and City Attorney for prosecution.

  The Gang Enforcement Unit is comprised of six squads performing investigations related to combating gang
activity. Three squads conduct street enforcement, one squad focuses on criminal syndicates, one squad
handles street investigations and one squad functions as part of the FBI Violent Gang Task Force.


                City of Phoen i x P o l i c e D e p a r t m e n t 2 0 0 7 A n n u a l S u m m a r y         141
Fallen Officers

   Dedicated to the police officers of
Phoenix who made the ultimate sacrifice
      by giving their lives in the
      performance of their duty.
   Forever honored. Never forgotten.

Nicki (Nick) Erfle #6994             September 18, 2007
George Cortez #8232                 July 27, 2007
Paul Salmon #8256                   November 29, 2005
David Uribe #4276                   May 10, 2005
Jason Wolfe #7215                   August 28, 2004
Eric White #7275                    August 28, 2004
Don Schultz #4410                   May 12, 2004
Beryl “Wayne” Scott #5580           September 10, 2002
Goelet Beuf #6896                   November 1, 1999
Marc Atkinson #5930                 March 26, 1999
David “Marty” Kieffer #2014         May 21, 1997
Leonard Kolodziej #2387             September 4, 1991             FALLEN HEROES
Danny Tunney #1437                  July 26, 1990
                                                                  Upon the wings of angels
John Domblisky #2647                July 26, 1990
                                                                  our fallen heroes take their place;
Patrick Briggs #4317                June 20, 1990                 for those who sacrificed their lives|
Kenneth Collings #3855              May 27, 1988                  with dignity and grace.
Robert Fike #3281                   January 8, 1986
John Robertson #3127                November 19, 1984             With courage and with honor,
                                                                  they passed the final test;
Kevin Forsythe #3289                September 7, 1984
                                                                  their words and deeds are spoken of,
Robert Polmanteer #3549             May 4, 1984                   as their souls are laid to rest.
Errol “Rusty” Hawkins #2417         April 24, 1984
Kenneth Campbell #3973              January 29, 1984              Their lives were like shining stars
John Davis #1841                    August 5, 1982                that burned into the night;
                                                                  their memory lives within our hearts
Ignacio Conchos #2853               July 1, 1982
                                                                  and will never fade from sight.
Arthur Del Gaudio, Jr. #2964        April 21, 1976
John MacInnis #A513                 February 22, 1976             For one brief magic moment
Gilbert Chavez #2684                June 16, 1975                 they reached into the sun;
Michael Hemschmeyer #1845           November 2, 1973              eternity awaits them now,
                                                                  their work on earth is done.
Quincy Haywood #1451                November 22, 1971
Albert Bluhm #0947                  December 28, 1970             DIANNA CUNNINGHAM
                                                                  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MANAGER
Dale Stone #1697                    December 28, 1970             PUBLIC WORKS, LAND AND RIGHT-OF-WAY DIVISION
Walter Stewart                      February 19, 1952             MARICOPA COUNTY
Haze Burch                          February 5, 1925

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K-9s Killed in the Line of Duty

THE POLICE DOG
My eyes are your eyes                                      “I gave my life so that you
to watch and protect you and yours;                             may save others.”
to hear and detect evil minds in the dark.
                                                                       “RJ”         August 13, 2005
My nose is your nose                                                   “Hunter”     April 17, 1996
                                                                       “Dax”        October 20, 1994
to scent the invader of your domain.
                                                                       “Rosco”      July 14, 1984
And, so you may live,

my life is also yours.




              City of Phoen i x P o l i c e D e p a r t m e n t 2 0 0 7 A n n u a l S u m m a r y      143
Crime Statistics

Overall Uniform Crime Report (UCR) Part 1 Crimes
   Year        Property Crimes               Property Cleared             Violent Crimes          Violent Cleared Total Reported             Total Cleared
   2007               90,317                          9,716                     11,168                    3,216            101,485              12,932


Violent Crimes - UCR Part 1 Property Crimes - UCR Part 1
   Year       Reported Murder                 Cleared Murder                                              Year       Reported Burglary     Cleared Burglary
   2007                 222                            106                                                2007             19,212                 841


   Year       Reported Sexual                  Cleared Sexual                                             Year         Reported Theft        Cleared Theft
                     Assault                        Assault
   2007                 509                            104                                                2007             49,754                7,163


   Year      Reported Robbery                Cleared Robbery                                              Year       Reported Auto Theft   Cleared Auto Theft
   2007                4,942                           817                                                2007             20,859                1,651


   Year             Reported                        Cleared                                               Year         Reported Arson       Cleared Arson
            Aggravated Assault              Aggravated Assault
   2007                5,495                          2,189                                               2007              492                   61


Calls Received at Communications (Source: Communications Bureau)
   Year        911 Phone Calls                  Crime Stop               Total Received            Dispatched Calls       Callback Calls        Other Calls*
   2007             1,346,210                    1,248,996                    2,595,206                   751,774            102,847              1,740,585

   Year            Outbound
                  Calls Made
   2007              768,820
*Advised, transferred, or no action taken (handled by Communications)


Dispatched Calls For Service By Priority (Source: Calls for Service Citywide Summary Report)
   Year           Priority One                  A.R. Time*                 Priority Two                A.R. Time*         Priority Three         A.R. Time*
   2007              119,145                          5.8                      428,331                      23.4             204,293                   63.0
*A.R. Time = Average Response Time
NOTE: Callback calls and calls with dispositions of file only, cancelled or stored are excluded from the counts.


Traffic Collision Data (Source: TADS, VCU Fatal Log, P&R Fatal Collision Database)
   Year           Total Traffic                  Total Injury                    Total                  Total Fatal            Total
                   Collisions                    Collisions                 Non-Injury                  Collisions          Fatalities
                    Reported                     Reported                    Collisions                 Reported            Reported
                                                                             Reported
   2007               33,200                       10,709                      22,339                       152                160




144                            City of Phoen i x P o l i c e D e p a r t m e n t 2 0 0 7 A n n u a l S u m m a r y
Crime Statistics

2007 Top 25 Dispatched/Callback Calls for Service by Radio Codes (Source: PHQDBI/Incdb)


    Rank          Radio Code                             Description                          Count      Percent Total
      1               900                               Check Welfare                        58,172          6.8%
      2              459A                               Burglary Alarm                       54,318          6.4%
      3               415F                            Domestic Violence                      43,812          5.1%
      4               239                                    Fight                           42,728          5.0%
      5               647                             Suspicious Person                      35,285          4.1%
      6               961                              Crash - No Injury                     34,286          4.0%
      7               487                                    Theft                           32,268          3.8%
      8               418T                                Trespassing                        31,498          3.7%
      9               415E                                Loud Noise                         26,948          3.2%
     10              487V                                 Auto Theft                         25,741          3.0%
     11               459F                           Burglary From Vehicle                   24,044          2.8%
     12              415B                              Criminal Damage                       23,410          2.7%
     13              647V                          Suspicious Person Vehicle                 22,453          2.6%
     14              911H                               9-1-1 Hang Up                        21,363          2.5%
     15              459R                             Burglary Residential                   20,551          2.4%
     16               917                             Abandoned Vehicle                      16,184          1.9%
     17               240                                   Assault                          13,520          1.6%
     18               418                                 Civil Matter                       11,888          1.4%
     19              961H                           Hit And Run - No Injury                  11,533          1.3%
     20              488V                             Recovery of Vehicle                    10,957          1.3%
     21               586                               Illegal Parking                      10,655          1.2%
     22               236                                   Threat                           10,135          1.2%
     23              415P                                 Loud Party                          8,918          1.0%
     24               962                                Crash Injury                         8,878          1.0%
     25               601J                             Missing Juvenile                       8,457          1.0%
   OTHERS                                                                                    246,619        28.9%
                                                         Grand Total                        854,621




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Holiday Schedule
Bold type indicates paid holidays. Paid holidays also include
Nov. 28 and Dec. 26, 2008 (Nov. 27 and Dec. 26, 2009)
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New Year’s Day ............................................... Tue, Jan 1 .................... Thu, Jan 1
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day ................................. Thu, Jan 10................... Fri, Dec 18
Ash Wednesday............................................................................Wed, Feb 6 ................................ Wed, Feb 25
Lincoln’s Birthday.........................................................................Tue, Feb 12 ................................ Thu, Feb 12
Valentine’s Day .............................................................................Thu, Feb 14 ............................... Sat, Feb 14
Presidents’ Day ............................................... Mon, Feb 8 ................... Mon, Feb 16
Washington’s Birthday..................................................................Fri, Feb 22 ................................. Sun, Feb 22
Daylight Saving Time begins........................................................Sun, Mar 9................................. Sun, Mar 8
Palm Sunday ................................................................................Sun, Mar 16............................... Sun, Apr 5
St. Patrick’s Day ...........................................................................Mon, Mar 17.............................. Tue, Mar 17
Spring begins ..............................................................................Thu, Mar 20 ............................... Fri, Mar 20
Good Friday .................................................................................Fri, Mar 21................................. Fri, Apr10
Easter ...........................................................................................Sun, Mar 23............................... Sun, Apr 12
Passover ......................................................................................Sun, Apr 20 ............................... Thu, Apr 9
Administrative Professionals’ Day ................................................Wed, Apr 23 ............................... Wed, Apr 22
Mother’s Day ................................................................................Sun, May 11 .............................. Sun, May 10
Armed Forces Day ........................................................................Sat, May 17 ............................... Sat, May 16
Memorial Day (observed) ................................... Mon, May 26 ................. Mon, May 25
Flag Day .......................................................................................Sat, Jun 14 ................................ Sun, Jun 14
Father’s Day..................................................................................Sun, Jun 15 ............................... Sun, Jun 21
Summer Begins ...........................................................................Sat, Jun 21 ................................ Sun, Jun 21
Independence Day ............................................ Fri, Jul 4 ...................... Sat, Jul 4
Labor Day ...................................................... Mon, Sep 1 ................... Mon, Sep 7
First of Ramadan ..........................................................................Tue, Sep 2 .................................. Sat, Aug 22
Patriot Day ...................................................................................Thu, Sep 11 ............................... Fri, Sep 11
Autumn begins .............................................................................Mon, Sep 22 .............................. Tue, Sep 22
Rosh Hashanah ............................................................................Tue, Sep 30 ................................ Sat, Sep 19
Yom Kippur ..................................................................................Thu, Oct 9 .................................. Mon, Sep 28
Columbus Day .............................................................................Mon, Oct 13............................... Mon, Oct 12
National Boss Day ........................................................................Thu, Oct 16 ................................ Fri, Oct 16
United Nations Day ......................................................................Fri, Oct 24.................................. Sat, Oct 24
Halloween ....................................................................................Fri, Oct 31.................................. Sat, Oct 31
All Saints Day ..............................................................................Sat, Nov 1 .................................. Sun, Nov 1
Daylight Saving Time ends...........................................................Sun, Nov 2................................. Sun, Nov 1
Election Day .................................................................................Tue, Nov 4 ................................. Tue, Nov 3
Veterans Day .................................................. Tue, Nov 11 .................. Wed, Nov 11
Thanksgiving .................................................. Thu, Nov 27 .................. Thu, Nov 26
Winter begins ...............................................................................Sun, Dec 21 ............................... Mon, Dec 21
Hanukkah .....................................................................................Mon, Dec 22 .............................. Sat, Dec 12
Christmas ...................................................... Thu, Dec 25 .................. Fri, Dec 25
Kwanzaa begins ...........................................................................Fri, Dec 26 ................................. Sat, Dec 26


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2009 - 2010 Reference Calendar


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Downtown Phoenix Map




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U.S. Time Zones




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Phoenix Sky Harbor Map




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Hospitals

Arizona Heart Hospital                                         Mayo Clinic Hospital
1930 East Thomas Road                                          5777 East Mayo Boulevard
Phoenix, AZ 85016                                              Phoenix, AZ 85054
Phone: (602) 532-1000                                          Phone: (480) 515-6296
Website: www.azhearthospital.com                               Website: www.mayoclinic.org

Arizona State Hospital                                         Paradise Valley Hospital
2500 East Van Buren Street                                     3929 East Bell Road
Phoenix, AZ 85008                                              Phoenix, AZ 85032
Phone: (602) 244-1331                                          Phone: (602) 923-5000
Website: www.azdhs.gov/azsh                                    Website: www.paradisevalleyhospital.com

Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center                           Phoenix Baptist Hospital
1111 East McDowell Road                                        2000 West Bethany Home Road
Phoenix, AZ 85006                                              Phoenix, AZ 85015
Phone: (602) 239-2000                                          Phone: (602) 249-0212
Website: www.bannerhealth.com                                  Website: www.baptisthealth.com

Banner Thunderbird Medical Center                              Phoenix Children’s Hospital
5555 West Thunderbird Road                                     1919 East Thomas Road
Glendale, AZ 85306                                             Phoenix, AZ 85016
Phone: (602) 865-5555                                          Phone: (602) 546-1000
Website: www.bannerhealth.com                                  Website: www.phoenixchildrens.com

John C. Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital                           Phoenix Indian Medical Center
19829 North 27th Avenue                                        4212 North 16th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85027                                              Phoenix, AZ 85016
Phone: (623) 879-6100                                          Phone: (602) 263-1200
Website: www.jcl.com/content/deervalley                        Website: www.ihs.gov/facilitiesservices

John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital                        Phoenix VA Health Care System -
250 East Dunlap Avenue                                         Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center
Phoenix, AZ 85020                                              650 East Indian School Road
Phone: (602) 943-2381                                          Phoenix, AZ 85012
Website: www.jcl.com/content/northmountain                     Phone: (602) 277-5551
                                                               Website: www.phoenix.med.va.gov
Maricopa Medical Center
2601 East Roosevelt Street                                     Saint Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center
Phoenix, AZ 85008                                              350 West Thomas Road
Phone: (602) 344-5011                                          Phoenix, AZ 85013
Website: www.mihs.org/ourfacility/mmc.html                     Phone: (602) 406-3000
                                                               Website: www.ichosestjoes.com
Maryvale Hospital Medical Center
5102 West Campbell Avenue                                      Saint Luke’s Medical Center
Phoenix, AZ 85031                                              1800 East Van Buren Street
Phone: (623) 848-5000                                          Phoenix, AZ 85006
Website: www.maryvalehospital.com                              Phone: (602) 251-8100
                                                               Website: www.stlukesmedcenter.com

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Local Law Enforcement Agency Phone Numbers

Apache Junction Police Department                             Laveen Police Department
1001 N. Idaho Road                                            Laveen, AZ 85339
Apache Junction, AZ 85219                                     Phone: (520) 550-4566
Phone: (480) 982-8260
                                                              Mesa Police Department
Avondale Police Department                                    130 N. Robson
11485 W. Civic Center Drive                                   Mesa, AZ 85201
Avondale, AZ 85323                                            Phone: (602) 644-2071
Phone: (623) 333-2000
                                                              Paradise Valley Police Department
Buckeye Police Department                                     6433 E. Lincoln Drive
100 N. Apache Road, #D                                        Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
Buckeye, AZ 85326                                             Phone: (480) 948-7410
Phone: (623) 386-4421
                                                              Peoria Police Department
Casa Grande Police Department                                 8401 W. Monroe Street
520 N. Marshall Street                                        Peoria, AZ 85345
Casa Grande, AZ 85222                                         Phone: (623) 773-7000
Phone: (520) 421-8700
                                                              Scottsdale Police Department
Chandler Police Department                                    8201 E. Indian School Road
Mail Stop 303, PO Box 4008                                    Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Chandler, AZ 85244                                            Phone: (480) 312-5000
Phone: (480) 782-4103
                                                              Surprise Police Department
El Mirage Police Department                                   12425 W. Bell Road
14406 N. Primrose Street                                      Surprise, AZ 85274
El Mirage, AZ 85335                                           Phone: (623) 222-1000
Phone: (623) 933-1341
                                                              Tempe Police Department
Gilbert Police Department                                     120 E. 5th Street
75 E. Civic Center Drive                                      Tempe, AZ 85281
Gilbert, AZ 85296                                             Phone: (480) 350-8306
Phone: (480) 503-6500
                                                              Tolleson Police Department
Glendale Police Department                                    9555 W. Van Buren Street
6835 N. 57th Drive                                            Tolleson, AZ 85353
Glendale, AZ 85301                                            Phone: (623) 936-7186
Phone: (623) 930-3000

Goodyear Police Department
175 N. 145th Avenue
PO Box 5100
Goodyear, AZ 85338
Phone: (623) 932-1220




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