MCAO Newsletter

    News from the Maricopa County Attorney's Office   Career Opportunities| News Releases Battling Organized Retail Crime in Maricopa County MCAO's Organized Retail Crime (ORC) Taskforce has received over 300 submittals from law enforcement so far this year, and it's not slowing down. Over the last few years, ORC has ...
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Director for Office of Accountability and Transparency (OAT) – City of Phoenix

The City Manager’s Office is soliciting public input into the hiring process for the Director of the new Office of Accountability and Transparency (OAT). Earlier this year, the Phoenix City Council approved an ordinance establishing the OAT, which ensures complaints against Phoenix Police Officers are handled fairly and objectively. The new office may also provide recommendations for tr...
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REMINDER – Block Watch Grant DEADLINE!

Grant Page
REMINDER: The deadline to submit completed 2021 Neighborhood Block Watch Grant Program (NBWGP) applications is Thursday, December 3, 2020, by 4:00 p.m. Arizona local time. Detailed information regarding the 2021 NBWBP grant application process is online at our program’s website: NBWGP staff will provide web conferenc...
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COVID-19 contact tracing text message scams

Consumer Alerts
The FTC just sent out this alert, first time I’ve heard of a fake text message regarding contact tracing. Fake text messages with malware links are nothing new, but it can be easy to see how folks might fall for this malicious link due to fear of the virus. Please forward this email to your organization or friends. by Colleen Tressler Consumer Education Specialist, FTC You’ve probably been ...
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Mission Statement

Mission Statement         Phoenix Block Watch Advisory Board In Partnership with the Phoenix Police Department   The Phoenix Block Watch Advisory Board (PBWAB) is a group of dedicated volunteers. It was formed in 1987 and encompasses all block watches and neighborhood associations throughout the city of Phoenix. We provide a liaison with the City of P...
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Stay Alert Stay Alive Campaign

Stay Alert Stay Alive
Pedestrian fatalities in the city of Phoenix have been increasing and the Phoenix Police Department has launched a campaign to remind everyone of some very basic rules that can help keep you alive. Sometimes we think the short cut is wroth it, but in the end, the long way would have been better. Please take a moment to share these fliers (in English and Spanish) with your Facebook friends and neig...
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