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September 24, 2004
Mesa is offering a Neighborhood Awareness Seminar for residents Saturday at the Utilities Community Room, 640 N. Mesa Drive, according to officials.
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.
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.
As part of National Fire Prevention Week, the Tempe Fire Department will host a safety fair on Oct. 13.
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.
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 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.
Mesa officials are moving toward a $172 million bond package on the 2008 ballot for a menu of projects for fire and police services.
Advance look: City workers and officials get a sneak peak Thursday at the Gilbert Historical Museum’s police and fire department exhibit that features such items as an early fire horn.
The Gilbert Historical Museum on Saturday is opening a new public safety exhibit honoring the police and fire departments that have served the town.
A large patch of former dairy land in Gilbert is targeted to become the site of a state-of-the-art training center for town firefighters and police.
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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A REAL DRAG: Gilbert training captains Mike Palmatier, left, and Rob Duggan, center, work with Chandler fire Chief Dick McBlane while he runs through several stations completing certain exercises Wednesday at the Chandler Fire Department Trainin
Gilbert’s brand new $46.6 million public safety building was built to withstand a terrorist attack. Problem is, the state-of-the-art building also is blocking out a major part of the 21st century — pagers and cellular phones.
September 18, 2004
Scottsdale will showcase its police and firefighting personnel and equipment at its 27th annual Public Safety Day event Oct. 2 at Chaparral Park.
Mesa’s police and fire departments are facing $4.3 million in service cuts next year — including the elimination of an emergency response ladder company — according to budget reports obtained by the Tribune.
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.
The Arizona Department of Occupational Safety and Health has adopted an attitude toward Arizona State University that many would like to be extended to the private sector — they will trust you to see to the safety of your own employees and customers instead of subjecting you to the state’s sometimes excessive oversight.
PHOENIX - Authorities confirmed that more than a dozen Phoenix firefighters and one Mesa police officer are connected to a steroid investigation being conducted by the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Fountain Hills has created a seven-member P ublic Safety Commission to educate residents about law enforcement and fire service, and to act as a conduit to the Town Council.
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.
Cities in Maricopa County are in trouble.