Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, January 10, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
11225 N. 28th Drive Suite A205
Phoenix, AZ 85029

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History

  • March 2016 - Reverse Drop/Partial Lump Sum Disbursement approved by Governor

  • November 2015 - Juvenile detention officers awarded badges

  • September 2015 - Kevin Sheridan elected to CLEAA Vice Chairman position and Rebekah Trexler is re-elected to the Secretarial position for two years

  • February 2015 - Search and Seizure legislation fails to get approved for the second time keeping search and seizure for probationers exclusive to probation officers.

  • January 2015 - AZPOA approves first ever “budget” for 2015.  Bi-monthly meetings are established with adult probation administration.

  • September 2014 - CLEAA offers $5,000 scholarship opportunity in partnership with The 100 Club of Arizona.

  • August 2014 - Verizon benefit began

  • November 2013 - Liberty Mutual insurance benefit began

  • March 2013 - AZPOA office opened at I-17 and Northern area

  • January 2013 - AZPOA and CLEAA join APA

  • December 2012 - Shop With A Cop partnership with PLEA

  • May 2012 - AZPOA board member is elected to CLEAA Board (Rebekah Trexler as Secretary)

  • March 2012 - AZPOA executive board, on behalf of the membership, votes to leave AZCOPS and join CLEAA.  Click here to read more

  • May 2011 - Governor signs “Just Cause” bill

  • April 2011 - Wills for Heroes partnership begun

  • October 2010 - AZPOA votes to contribute $25,000 (in increments) to the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund.  Museum plans to open in 2018.

  • May 2009 - AZPOA members participated in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life

  • October 2008 -  Ten year celebration banquet held and first two AZPOA college scholarships awarded

  • May 2008 - Governor signs House Bill 2117 providing long term disability for CORP members

  • July 2007 - CORP started as retirement system for badged probation staff (Twenty year retirement)

  • June 2006 - Governor Napolitano signs Senate Bill 1142 giving officers 20/25 year retirement

  • June 2005 - John Stair appointment by Attorney General Terry Goddard to Arizona Peace Officer’s Memorial Board

  • May 2005 - AZPOA hosts a second state-wide summit of probation association leaders

  • April 2005 - AZPOA members join the community with Habitat for Humanity building a home for a mother and seven children from Sudan.

  • April 2004 - AZPOA hosts a state-wide summit of probation association leaders from Cochise, Maricopa, Pima, Yavapai, and La Paz counties

  • June 2003 - First Duty Weapons distributed

  • December 2001 - Duty Weapons approved for Maricopa County Officers

  • 2000 - AZPOA meeting with legislators at the AZ Capitol for the first time

  • 1998 - AZPOA formed