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Phoenix Lodge 2 Remembers and Thanks Veterans
As we approach this Veterans' Day, all of us with FOP Lodge 2 want to pay tribute to our military veterans and the many law enforcement professionals who also have served in the military. Thank you for your commitment to keeping our communities safe and to protecting the freedoms we enjoy as Americans. So far this year in the United States, more than 280 police officers have been shot in the line of duty. Our profession has seen 196 line of duty deaths in 2022, including three law enforcemen...

Support Officer Litman #10790 Family
Desert Horizon Precinct is hosting a fundraiser BBQ in front of the precinct 16030 N 56 Street on October 7th from 10am to 7pm to help raise funds for Officer Litman's family. Officer Litman recently passed away on August 31st from cancer, so we are helping the family raise funds to pay medical expenses. We are hoping for a successful event for the family.

Phoenix PD New Interm Chief
City Manager Jeff Barton announced today July 29, 2022 that Michael Sullivan will join the Phoenix Police Department as the interim Police Chief on September 12, 2022, pending Council approval. Sullivan currently serves as Deputy Commissioner of the Compliance Bureau for the Baltimore Police Department (BPD).  As you may recall, Police Chief Jeri Williams announced her intent to retire after an serving for 33years  in law enforcement. In a communication, City Manager ...

Possible New Pay Structure for PPD
In an article published on the Phoenix Web site at It outlines a pay structure change that has been proposed for consideration by the City of Phoenix City Council on Wednesday. This plan if accepted has been proposed to take affect on August 8.  Update: Council passed this only 1 dissenting vote.

Officer Tyler Moldovan back!
On June 2,2022 Officer Tyler Moldovan who was ruthlessly shot December 14, 2021 has made it back to the valley! Welcome Home! Keep up the fight!

National Police Week
May 02, 2022 FOP Remember the Fallen and Survivors 2021 the loss of 563 Officer   (Watch the video) Each one of those white chairs represents a hero that has fallen, and equally as important, heroes who must carry on. Their lives have been forever changed and through the efforts of so many, they know they are not alone, for we never forget our fallen and the contribution of them and their families.

The following statement on the retirement of Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams should be attributed to Lou Manganiello, President of Fraternal Order of Police Phoenix Lodge 2.
05/03/2022 "We thank Chief Jeri Williams for her 33 years of service to the public safety community and for the many years and countless hours she has put in on behalf of the Phoenix Police Department and a City we all love dearly. "The Chief's impending retirement this summer represents an opportunity for improvement for the Phoenix PD. At a time when police officers citywide are facing a surge in violent incidents and the department is transferring dozens of experienced detectives back to p...