October 21, 2020         
Alliance for Women in Media Foundation Announces 46th Gracie Awards Call for Entries Open   •   Analytics Insight Announces 'The 10 Most Influential Women in Technology 2020'   •   Community Wellness Launches in California to Bring Remote Patient Monitoring Service to Older Adults with Cardiovascular Disease   •   MemoryCare.com Names the Best Facilities for Senior Memory Care in Colorado Springs, CO   •   Philadelphia's Cheryl Ann Wadlington, Founder of The Evoluer House, is a L'Oréal Paris Woman of Worth   •   Coty Builds Digital & Luxury Strength With New Executive Appointments   •   Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Receives Top Marks for LGBTQ-Inclusive Policies and Practices for Third Consecutive Year   •   Media Advisory - Minister Hussen and Minister Frost, to make a virtual announcement on early learning and child care in Yukon   •   Women 20 (W20) Challenges G20 Leaders to Close the Gap Between Imagination and Reality on Women’s Equality   •   Two Bit Circus Launches REMOTE: A Customizable, Play-From-Home Game Show, Hosted Live For Groups Of All Sizes   •   shopDisney.com|Disney Store Unveil the Top 15 Toys for the 2020 Holiday Season   •   Yes On Prop 24 Campaign Announces Endorsements From Prominent Black Community Organizations   •   Study Confirms teenSMART Significantly Reduces Crash Frequency and Traffic Violations   •   Tonal Announces Smart Flex, the Newest Dynamic Weight Mode in its Suite of Intelligent Weight Training Features   •   Women in the Boardroom Names Former Time Inc. Executive Leslie Dukker Doty as CEO   •   Cunningham tapped as new chair for UCI Pediatrics and Senior Vice President & Pediatrician-in-Chief for CHOC Children's   •   Bears Receiver Allen Robinson Raises More Than $110,000 At Virtual 'An Evening Within Reach'   •   PredictSpring Partners With Deciem Expanding Modern POS to Beauty Industry   •   Indigo Becomes First in Canada to Commit to The Fifteen Percent Pledge   •   Ministry Brands Releases New Survey Data Showing the Impact of COVID-19 on Churches
Bookmark and Share

FBI Funds Arizona Department Of Public Safety Crime Lab In Support Of Tribal Communities


PHOENIX, AZ—Phoenix FBI Special Agent in Charge (SAC), Nathan Thomas Gray announced the FBI will fund Arizona Department of Public Safety Crime Lab to examine crime scene evidence submitted by Tribal Law Enforcement authorities and the FBI. This partnership between federal, state, and tribal law enforcement will enhance the criminal investigations within Indian Country by improving the timeliness for evidence examinations and results. In turn, this will allow the U.S. Attorney’s Office to pursue timely prosecution of violent criminal matters. American Indian Communities in Arizona will be served more efficiently and effectively when it comes to public safety matters.

“The Arizona Department of Public Safety has always enjoyed an excellent partnership with the FBI. We operate a superb State Crime Lab and we’re pleased the Federal Government has recognized the outstanding work by our Lab professionals with this agreement. I know it will go along way toward helping the FBI adjudicate tribal criminal cases,” said Col. Robert Halliday Director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

“The FBI commends the Department of Public Safety Crime Lab for their support, expertise and professionalism. The FBI will continue to work with our Tribal Law Enforcement partners to hold accountable those individuals who prey on community members, of whom many are women and children,” stated SAC Gray. “Victims of crime will directly benefit from the ability of Tribal Law Enforcement, DPS, and the FBI to solve cases in a proficient manner.”

“I want to thank the FBI for their leadership in this effort to strengthen criminal justice in Indian Country,” said U.S. Attorney Dennis K. Burke. “This will mean a faster turnaround for processing evidence, then quicker charging decisions, prosecutions, and closure to victims of violent crime.”

FBI Phoenix
Contact: Special Agent Manuel Johnson 
(602) 650-3235



Back to top
| Back to home page
Video

White House Live Stream
LIVE VIDEO EVERY SATURDAY
alsharpton Rev. Al Sharpton
9 to 11 am EST
jjackson Rev. Jesse Jackson
10 to noon CST


Video

LIVE BROADCASTS
Sounds Make the News ®
WAOK-Urban
Atlanta - WAOK-Urban
KPFA-Progressive
Berkley / San Francisco - KPFA-Progressive
WVON-Urban
Chicago - WVON-Urban
KJLH - Urban
Los Angeles - KJLH - Urban
WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
New York - WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
WADO-Spanish
New York - WADO-Spanish
WBAI - Progressive
New York - WBAI - Progressive
WOL-Urban
Washington - WOL-Urban

Listen to United Natiosns News