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On Dec. 13, a team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies will arrive to examine the Chandler Police Department's policies and procedures, management, operations, and support services. The examination is part of a voluntary process police agencies must undergo to become accredited by the commission.
In Friday’s Tribune, a story on Page A6 should have said the Chandler Police Department will use forfeiture funds seized from criminal activity to pay for a new DUI processing truck. The story incorrectly said grant money would be used to fund the purchase.
Chandler police are accepting applications for its “volunteers in policing services” program.
Chandler police will beef up enforcement over the weekend in response to increased gang activity and a recent drive-by shooting that left a 19-year-old woman dead and five people wounded.
Chandler police are seeking the public's help in locating Guadalupe Encinas Jr., a "person of interest" in connection to a homicide that left one man dead Thursday morning following a home invasion.
The Chandler Police Department is accepting applications for motorist assist volunteers to respond to reports of stranded motorists, crash scenes and other non-criminal calls for service.
The Chandler Police Department Forensic Services Section has been awarded a $6,100 grant by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
The Chandler Police Department is on the verge of opening its second substation as it braces for continued growth in south Chandler.
A slowdown in new construction means Chandler's Planning and Development Department could suffer the brunt of the cuts if officials decide to lay off up to 29 city employees.
The Chandler Police Department is seeking volunteers to assist with non-criminal incidents in its Motorist Assist Volunteer program. Volunteers will be trained to respond to stranded motorists, accident scenes and other non-criminal calls and issue citations for parking violations, help people locked out of their vehicles. recovered property calls and neighborhood patrols.
Chandler Police Department detective George Arias, left, and Sgt. Sunny Wilkins are among a handful of minority officers working for the department.
The Chandler Police Department has improvements to make, according to a review of the department released Monday.
The Chandler Police Department is planning to ask the city for $200,000 to reorganize its upper-level management team.
The Chandler Police Department said Thursday that an adult it reported missing Wednesday night has been found safe.
Chandler has narrowed its search for a police chief to 19 applicants, including an assistant police chief in Chandler and a former Scottsdale police chief.
Careless police investigations led Chandler police to discipline four officers resulting in two resignations and two suspensions.
February 7, 2005
Chandler assistant police chief Roger Nash, faced with a pending demotion, has chosen instead to retire so he can keep his rank as second-in-command.
Over the last three years, six women, four Hispanics and an Asian have become Chandler police officers. So have 33 white men. According to Chandler officials, recruiting qualified people into law enforcement is difficult.
February 10, 2005
The Chandler Police Department will conduct “proactive enforcement operations” targeting parties and minors consuming alcohol or smoking marijuana during and after graduation week, which is next week in the Chandler Unified School District. Officers will be assigned to conduct zero-tolerance enforcement patrols targeting these crimes. Funding by an ICAN grant for the prevention of juvenile substance abuse will fund the additional staffing for the patrols.
Chandler police have identified a woman found dead in a pool of blood in a downtown home Monday afternoon as 41-year-old Michelle Melinda Morales.
The Chandler City Council passed a hefty pay raise Thursday for its police officers in an effort to keep high-quality recruits from going to work for other cities that pay more.
More than a 100 Spanishspeaking Chandler residents mingled with city police Wednesday night in a continuing effort to rebuild relations that have been strained for years.
Chandler police are swapping out their bulletproof vests after a national study showed their vests may not be safe enough.