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   SUPERHERO SATURDAY     

(POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)

Cypress Avenue & Central

Go to www.superherosaturday.org

Statement of President Ben Leuschner on the DOJ Investigation - 

Our job is to enforce the law.

The members of the Phoenix Police Sergeants and Lieutenants Association - and all of the men and women of the Phoenix Police Department - take our job seriously.

We enforce the law after hearing the cries of mothers whose sons were murdered during gang activity.

We enforce the law when we are called to scenes involving domestic violence.

We enforce the law when individuals make threats against others. When people (including professionals) feel “unsafe” it is the men and women of the Phoenix Police Department who are called to respond. And we answer that call. We do our best to make scenes “safe” even when we are called to put our own safety on the line.

We enforce the rights of those who disagree with - or even hate us - to peaceably assemble. We also enforce the law when protestors decide that they will no longer be peaceful. There is no right to violence during protests. So when we are confronted with violence or illegal behavior, we enforce the law then as well.

Chief Williams said that it is a privilege to wear a badge. We agree. It’s a privilege and a responsibility to obey the law. We take that responsibility seriously.

We are not perfect. We make mistakes. But I can tell you, as the President of the organization representing the supervisors of the Phoenix Police Department, we do not deliberately or systematically violate the rights of civilians while we enforce the law.

Both myself and the organization I lead stand ready to cooperate with the Justice Department’s investigation. A full and fair investigation will show that, overall, members of the Phoenix Police Department are doing their level best - under increasingly difficult circumstances - to enforce the law.

Lt. Ben Leuschner

President - Phoenix Police Sergeants and Lieutenants Association

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WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU BE SUCCESSFUL AS A PHOENIX POLICE SUPERVISOR. TOGETHER WE WILL SHAPE THE FUTURE.

 

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602 258 5404

‹EMAIL:

ppsla.president@gmail.com

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The next PPSLA Board Meeting will be on Thursday - November 18th, 2021 at 1100 hours, All PPSLA members are welcome.

Feel free to reach out to us if there is something you would like added to the monthly agenda, We will be meeting at PPSLA Headquarters: 2200 North Central Avenue, Suite 103, Phoenix, AZ

602-258-5404 Ext. 3 or 480-571-8113. 

PPSLA has an Office Manager -  Amy Unangst

Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

If you need administrative support or have questions

about your Verizon phone plan or any questions

regarding your Membership, Please reach out to her

at the main desk line 602-258-5404 Ext. 3 or

480-571-8113, email amy@azcops.org

We are right across from FIB at

2200 North Central Avenue, Suite 103. Stay safe!

After a historic election, the PPSLA leadership team is currently composed of President Ben Leuschner, Vice President/Chief Representative Brian Thatcher, Treasurer Brian Coudret, Secretary Daren Wunderle, and Trustees Mark Schweikert, Brad Huskisson, and Nick Jimenez.

We are committed to increasing involvement in PPSLA, and are actively looking for members to become involved as PPSLA Representatives. Click "MORE" below to learn how you can get involved in the new-and-improved PPSLA.

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