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September 24, 2004
Mesa’s police and firefighters will get a 2 percent raise in January, restoring a pay cut the city began in 2009. The raises for public safety employees come more than a week after the city approved a similar pay hike for the rest of its workforce.
Mesa is offering a Neighborhood Awareness Seminar for residents Saturday at the Utilities Community Room, 640 N. Mesa Drive, according to officials.
After rescuing a child from a fire or car crash, a firefighter hands the child to a police officer for continued care. At such a moment, teamwork among public safety personnel is at its height.
Part 3 of a 3-Day Series
Part 3 of a 3-day special report
Students in driver’s education class hone their skills on a simulator at Red Mountain High School in Mesa.
Scottsdale will be forced to tap into its rainy-day fund or reduce city services unless it can get new revenue sources for a recently unveiled roster of public safety needs, city budget officials said this week.
The Chandler Police Department will take part in the second annual Public Safety Day and Department Open House on March 2. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the police department’s main precinct, 250 E. Chicago St.
Trees and donations boxes are up around Gilbert for the 2012 clothing and toy drive coordinated by the Gilbert Police and Fire departments. Donations will be accepted through Dec. 17. New unwrapped toys and clothing, as well as gift cards and wrapping items are needed.
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Mikel Longman, who served 34 years in a variety of police positions in Arizona, has been named chief of public safety at the Maricopa Community Colleges (MCC). In this role, Longman will be responsible for achieving greater standardization and centralization of police functions at the 10 Maricopa Community Colleges.
WASHINGTON — Congress' chief law enforcement officers are briefing lawmakers on security issues as politicians struggle to balance safety concerns with an open democracy.
House Republicans said that Sergeant-at-Arms Bill Livingood offered practical security advice Wednesday, such as coordinating with local authorities when they hold public events in their districts.
Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was shot and severely wounded at a public forum in Arizona on Saturday. The gunman killed six people in the rampage.
Tennessee Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn said she will seek better locks on doors at her district offices. But she also said that lawmakers must continue to interact with the public almost daily without security officers.
As the holiday shopping season moves into high gear, police are beefing up their patrols around shopping centers throughout the East Valley and reminding those in the bargain fray to be alert.
The Gilbert Town Council on Thursday signed off on the police department’s application for nearly $180,000 in grant money to replace old equipment and restore training programs.
Mesa is looking to eliminate every fire inspector and scale back homeland security efforts under a stark plan to trim public safety costs.
Mesa Fire Engine 201 leaves the station Friday, April 9, 2010. The Mesa fire and police departments are among agencies Valleywide looking at possible budget cuts.
For the first time in city history, Mesa will enter into negotiations with the police and firefighter unions.
Cities in Maricopa County are in trouble.
Gov. Janet Napolitano and Rep. Harry Mitchell
In Guadalupe, grocery store employees waited in vain for help during an armed robbery. In Queen Creek, vandalism spread through a neighborhood where Maricopa County sheriff's deputies rarely patrolled. In Aguila, people bought guns in the face of rising crime that deputies couldn't respond to quickly enough.