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Legislative Proclamation for Officer Christopher Farrar
As we near the end of National Police Week, we thought it would be appropriate to share this Legislative Proclamation in honor of Officer Christopher Farrar. Please read the full Proclamation and watch the video, including a moment of silence from the Arizona House floor.  Our thanks to Arizona State Representatives Jeff Weninger, Jennifer Pawlik, Mitzi Epstein and Jennifer Jermaine, and Arizona State Senators J.D. Mesnard and Sean Bowie.

Fundraising Events for Officer Christopher Farrar
People throughout Chandler and surrounding communities have expressed their grief and support for slain Officer Christopher Farrar and the Chandler Police Department.  Many are looking for ways to help the family.  Below is a list of events and opportunities to show your support. 100 Club: The 100 Club's mission is to support public safety. Donate anytime at: Chandler Police Charities: Donate directly to the family.Visit:&...

Officer Chris Farrar Badge #528
We are deeply saddened by the loss of our fellow officer Chris Farrar #528. Officer Farrar was an 18 year veteran of the Chandler Police Department and was killed in line of duty when he was struck by a suspect driving a stolen vehicle. Our hearts go out to his family.

CLEA President Mike Collins on KTAR with the Mike Broomhead Show
Mike Collins joined KTAR 9.23 on The Mike Broomhead Show Friday morning to discuss the Chandler Police staffing crisis. Listen in on their conversation below.  Please take a moment to voice your thoughts about the issue by emailing [email protected] Thank you for your support of our CPD officers and our community's investment in public safety. 

Additional 83 Officers Recommended for Chandler Police Department
Five Year Plan Addresses Critical Police Staffing Shortages. The Chandler Law Enforcement Association (CLEA) and Chandler Lieutenants & Sergeants Association (CLASA) are recommending a five-year plan for an additional 83 sworn officers to address critical police staffing shortages in the City of Chandler. This would bring Chandler in line with other Valley agencies in a fiscally responsible way. View 5 Year Staffing Plan View 5 Year Staffing Plan Police staffing levels have failed t...

Video Series: Critical police staffing issues to be addressed at Chandler Council Budget Hearing on April 23rd
Last week, key leaders for the Chandler Police Department presented information regarding critical police staffing issues to the Chandler City Council.  Chief Duggan explained issues around staffing levels, which are currently at the levels they were in 2008 - though the Chandler population continues to grow exponentially with new residents and businesses moving in everyday. Chief Duggan went on to explain that though crime overall has gone down in recent years, especially wi...

Critical Police Staffing Need: Join us at Chandler City Council meeting
Chandler Community Members, ]Please join the Chandler Law Enforcement Association (CLEA) at the Chandler City Council meeting as our elected officials address the critical police staffing need in Chandler. Police staffing levels have not increased since 2008, despite Chandler's continued growth in every area, including the number of residents, businesses, employees, business travelers and tourists, daily traffic counts and special events. Chief Sean Duggan will present information about...