Welcome to AzTOA.org

toa logoWelcome to the Tempe Officers Association home page. We believe that the City of Tempe is a great place for people to live, work and play. The City of Tempe is a landlocked city and because of this the current and past city leaders have made great efforts to improve the quality of life for its community members as well as the employees that serve them. The Tempe Police Department is considered one of the premier agencies in the country and it hires the best possible employees. Tempe PD has been a leader in newer equipment and technology that is used to make operations more efficient and to effectively fight crime. Due to the commitment of the police department in being a model police agency it has received high ratings from the community year after year during the customer satisfaction surveys that are conducted.

The Tempe Officers Association is an integral part of the City of Tempe and was formed by the state certified sworn Officers and Sergeants of the Tempe Police Department who are dedicated to improving the working conditions of its members as well as actively involving themselves in the community. Our association is committed to looking for ways to improve the City of Tempe and provide for the safety and welfare of those we serve.

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Helping our Community

Officer Momcilov and Officer Camberg work night shift crossing paths with different members of our community. Kudos to both officers for pitching in to purchase this man a new pair of shoes and socks.


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Working the Beat


Via Trevor Grayston (@Grayston_Photo) on Twitter

Officer Ornelas helping patrol the city parks.

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Community Conversation

community-meetThis week we had the privilege of meeting with the Tempe Community, Police Command Staff and City Leaders.

From ABC15.com – TEMPE, AZ – Tempe city leaders, law enforcement and members of the Black Lives Matter movement gathered in city council chambers Thursday night to have an honest and open discussion about community policing. Read more.

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East Valley Women

The Tempe Officers Association supports Phoenix ToolBank and was recently recognized at a Men’s Breakfast.
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Serving the community in partnership and protecting protesters 1st amendment rights.

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Humanizing the Badge

An interesting post from Humanizing the Badge. Us verses Them:

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