I would like to take this opportunity to talk briefly about the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) and expound on some of the programs and initiatives we have implemented to improve our services to the citizens of Arizona.
When Doug Ducey became Arizona’s Governor, he tasked State agencies with significantly improving efficiency, transparency and customer service within their organizations.
In order to meet his request, we began the tough work to meet this goal. One of our greatest successes to date has been the implementation of the Electronic Fingerprint Application System for obtaining Fingerprint Clearance Cards. With this option, applicants with no criminal history are able to obtain a clearance card in as little as four days. This is a significant reduction from fifteen days just a year ago. We are working on rolling out this initiative to other areas of the agency in the coming months.Read More>>
Mr. Woodard left his home in the area of Kelso and Estrella on Tuesday 6/20 around 4pm. He suffers from dementia, pancreatic cancer, high blood pressure, Alzheimer’s and requires medication. He does not have a bus pass or any money with him.
On June 20, 2017, the State Personnel Board voted to adopt its Hearing Officer’s Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommendation dismissing Simon Wade’s Complaint for Prohibited Personnel Action against the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
The Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance to locate a missing elderly man. On 6/20/2017 a family member contacted the Surprise Police Department to report Mr. Harold Paschal, a 76-year-old man, as missing. Mr.
On June 18, 2017, at about 8:17a.m., a trooper responded to the report of a male subject lying down in the median, northbound along I-17 at milepost 325. The same report advised he had been involved in a possible domestic violence situation.