AZLEOS BOOK’em on Nov. 11th Veteran’s Day at Mesa Fiesta Mall 11am

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                                                                   November 11, 2015- Veteran’s Day!

                                                                             Mesa Fiesta Mall 11:00am

                                                                                                 FREE!!!

Bring your Pre-School Kids to Mesa Fiesta Mall!

Police Officers will be reading stories to young children to build a positive relationship with the community and our children in a fun environment and to encourage reading!

Where: Mesa Fiesta Mall – Kids’ Play Area

When: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 – 11am

Each child will get a free book from AZLEOS to take home with them from the police officers.

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Shred’em Nov. 7th at Mesa Target near MCC – benefits Shop with a Cop!

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                                November 7, 2015 – 8am-11am- Mesa

AZLEOS SHRED’EM events provide a free service to citizens in Arizona to help prevent identity theft.

This program serves a dual purpose. By asking residents to make a donation for each box they need shredded on site, their tax deductible donation will benefit Project Blue Christmas Shop with a Cop, our signature program that benefits underprivileged kids and teens allowing them to have a special Christmas.

  • Donations of $3.00 to $5.00 a box or brown bag are requested. Receipts for tax deductions will be handed out on site as AZLEOS is a 501c3 non-profit.
  • All items are shredded on site. Boxes cannot be shredded so you will be asked to take them with you.
  • If you can put recycling in brown paper bags…it would be more convenient, but of course we will take either.
  • CD/DVDs can be shredded. Spiral ring plastic notebooks can also be shredded. Please no metal binders.

 

  • Target parking lot near Mesa Community College on Southern and Longmore.

 

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Home Front/Front Line/ One Front/ One Line – Cops supporting Veterans’ families this holiday for Shop with a Cop!

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There’s an unspoken bond and promise between law enforcement and our military, while you’re protecting us over there… we’ll protect your family here.  

As a committee we discussed which kids and families in our community are most in need of support during the holidays.  Our participating 12 law enforcement agencies all agreed that helping our Veterans’ families needs to be a priority.  We will be working with valley veteran agencies to pick families of Veterans’ to participate at the Dec. 12th and Dec. 19th Shop with a Cop events.

Any financial support you can give would be appreciated.

Click here to donate to AZLEOS to support our Veterans’ families.


 

AZLEOS teams up with MCCCD PD to support Domestic Violence Prevention Month!

AZLEOS teamed with MCCCD PD to buy $200 in gifts for Maggie’s Place to support Domestic Violence Prevention month by the ASMCC Student Government. Thank you to everyone who helped pull this together. They are trying to help 16 pregnant mothers. Great job MCC Student Life and Leadership!!

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Sir Robert Peel – “The Founder of Modern Policing” – Community Policing Principles

“The Peelian Principles” These nine basic principles are often referred to as “The Peelian Principles.” Upon close examination of each of the Peelian principles, not only are direct connections to policing in today’s world apparent, but often the nine principles are cited as the basic foundation for current law enforcement organizations and community policing throughout the world. Many law enforcement agencies currently quote the Peelian Principles on their community websites as their own principles.   Sir Robert Peel 1788 – 1850 “The Founder of Modern Policing”

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Peelian Principle 1 – “The basic mission for which the police exist is to prevent crime and disorder.”

 Peelian Principle 2 – “The ability of the police to perform their duties is dependent upon public approval of police actions.”

Peelian Principle 3 – “Police must secure the willing co-operation of the public in voluntary observance of the law to be able to secure and maintain the respect of the public.”

Peelian Principle 4 – “The degree of co-operation of the public that can be secured diminishes proportionately to the necessity of the use of physical force.” 

Peelian Principle 5 – “Police seek and preserve public favor not by catering to the public opinion but by constantly demonstrating absolute impartial service to the law.” 

Peelian Principle 6 – “Police use physical force to the extent necessary to secure observance of the law or to restore order only when the exercise of persuasion, advice and warning is found to be insufficient.”

Peelian Principle 7 – “Police, at all times, should maintain a relationship with the public that gives reality to the historic tradition that the police are the public and the public are the police; the police being only members of the public who are paid to give full-time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the interests of community welfare and existence.” 

Peelian Principle 8 – “Police should always direct their action strictly towards their functions and never appear to usurp the powers of the judiciary.”

Peelian Principle 9 – “The test of police efficiency is the absence of crime and disorder, not the visible evidence of police action in dealing with it.”

Book’em date added in Mesa! Wed. Oct 14th in Mesa Fiesta Mall! 11am Come visit the original Story time Cop!

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Bring the preschool kids to Fiesta Mall on Wednesday, October 14th at 11am to interact with police officers from MCCCD PD and Mesa PD who will be reading stories to them.  Each child will get a snack and a free book from AZLEOS to take home.    Parents/Guardians need to stay with their children at all times.

This program was started in Scottsdale and was a huge hit with kids and parents alike.  We hope you enjoy it in Mesa just as much if not more!  We want children to know they should go to the police if they are in trouble…not fear them.  This is a great way to break down those barriers at an early age.

Call Officer Hill at 480-695-2493 if you have any questions about the program.  He has been reading for 16 years to children in uniform.

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Will you help a needy child have a wonderful Christmas for just $100? See how!

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Each underserved child will be paired up with their own law enforcement officer to help them spend $100 for Christmas.   Our selection process will be picking children who are in great need of help and need to know that the police are there to help them.  12 Law Enforcement agencies currently participating!  Will you help a child in need?

To Donate: Please mail a check to:

AZLEOS (Arizona Law Enforcement Outreach and Support)

8414 E. Vista Drive

Scottsdale, AZ 85250

AZLEOS is a 501c3 Tax ID # 47-2952266

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Donations can be made on line at www.ARIZONALEOS.org through PAYPAL

 

2015 Shop with a Cop Event Dates and Locations

Saturday, December 12, 2015 – 6:30am – Mesa Community College Breakfast followed by shopping at the Target adjacent to the campus hosted by MCCCD PD and Mesa PD.

Saturday, December 19, 2015–6:30am – Scottsdale Community College Breakfast followed by shopping at Walmart hosted by MCCCD PD and Salt River PD.

Special guests will be at both breakfasts! Star Wars characters and the Disney Princesses! There is also a pretty good chance of SNOW we are told by Santa.

If you are a group who would like to do a fundraiser and participate…please contact Cindy Hill at arizonaleos@cox.net.

AZLEOS BOOK’EM will start in Mesa’s Fiesta Mall on October 7th at 11am!

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Bring the preschool kids to Fiesta Mall on Wednesday, October 7th at 11am to interact with police officers from MCCCD PD and Mesa PD who will be reading stories to them.  Each child will get a snack and a free book from AZLEOS to take home.    Parents/Guardians need to stay with their children at all times.

This program was started in Scottsdale and was a huge hit with kids and parents alike.  We hope you enjoy it in Mesa just as much if not more!  We want children to know they should go to the police if they are in trouble…not fear them.  This is a great way to break down those barriers at an early age.

Call Officer Hill at 480-695-2493 if you have any questions about the program.  He has been reading for 16 years to children in uniform.

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Will you help sponsor 1 child for Shop with a Cop for $100.00 ? See how!

 

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Each underserved child will be paired up with their own law enforcement officer to help them spend $100 for Christmas.   Our selection process will be picking children who are in great need of help and need to know that the police are there to help them.  12 Law Enforcement agencies currently participating!  Will you help a child in need?

To Donate: Please mail a check to:

AZLEOS (Arizona Law Enforcement Outreach and Support)

8414 E. Vista Drive

Scottsdale, AZ 85250

AZLEOS is a 501c3 Tax ID # 47-2952266

OR

Donations can be made on line at www.ARIZONALEOS.org through PAYPAL

 

2015 Shop with a Cop Event Dates and Locations

Saturday, December 12, 2015 – 6:30am – Mesa Community College Breakfast followed by shopping at the Target adjacent to the campus hosted by MCCCD PD and Mesa PD.

Saturday, December 19, 2015–6:30am – Scottsdale Community College Breakfast followed by shopping at Walmart hosted by MCCCD PD and Salt River PD.

Special guests will be at both breakfasts! Star Wars characters and the Disney Princesses! There is also a pretty good chance of SNOW we are told by Santa.

If you are a group who would like to do a fundraiser and participate…please contact Cindy Hill at arizonaleos@cox.net.