Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office just finished a record breaking summer reaching more than 4,000 kids throughout the Valley with our Safe Kids Summer Program. Through a combination of fun booths featuring our safety trivia wheel and our classroom-based learning program, we were able to reach […]

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn MCAO’s Vehicular Heatstroke campaign has transitioned from a mobile billboard to mobile devices. On June 1st, the campaign moved to an all-digital campaign that is reaching County residents on their computers and smart phones. This digital component is a new effort by the campaign to reach even […]

Sweetheart Scams

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn On Valentine’s Day, we celebrate love and finding a connection with someone special. Unfortunately, a person’s desire for true love can leave them vulnerable to the “Sweetheart Scam,” a type of scam where the perpetrator targets lonely widowers or divorcees looking for companionship, only to bilk […]

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn There is a group of people who are responsible for stealing millions of dollars from your children’s schools, from your local fire department, the public library, and each and every taxpayer such as yourself. What may surprise you is who the individuals responsible for this multi-million […]

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Responding to a surge in demand for information, the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office handled nearly 1,300 public records requests in 2016, almost double the number processed the previous year and a 62% increase over the past five years.   Add in the hundreds of records preservation directives, […]

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Thanks to the staff of MCAO and our law enforcement partners, it’s been a great year at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. Here are some particularly notable activities and accomplishments: As of press time, we’ve had more than 26,000 filed cases with nearly 15,000 completed. The […]

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Individuals and family members of those struggling with addiction often don’t have the resources to seek treatment or don’t know where to go. In a new effort, the Phoenix Police Department with support from the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Families have initiated a pilot […]