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SRPMIC Chief Judge Ryan Andrews swears in Salt River Police Department (SRPD) Officer Paula Alvarez on April 4, while SRPD Chief Patrick R. Melvin looks on.


First SRPD Police Officer and Community Member Graduates From the LETA Police Academy

Au-Authm Action News

March 28 was both the end and the beginning. It was the end of 10 months of hard work, testing and most of all dedication, and it was also the beginning of a new career for Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Member Paula Alvarez, who graduated from the Law Enforcement Training Academy (LETA) at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. Alvarez was the first Salt River Police Department (SRPD) police officer and Community member to graduate from the SRPD Extended Police Academy Pilot Program.

 
News
Community Members Take Part in Agave Workshop
Lehi Boys & Girls Club Cuts Ribbon on Renovated Teen Center
Fourth Annual Conference Held to Inform Caregivers of Resources Available in the Community
Sports & Recreation
Fun Day Rodeo Steers Cowboys and Cowgirls Over to the Ropers Arena
Salt River Softball Splits Double Header with Seligman
Lahoma Scabby Finding Growth and Success as a Thrower at Mountain View High School
Salt River Majestics Place Third at AICOA Chair Volleyball Tournament
   
 
SRPD Reports
Ranger Unit Update
SRPD Police Chief Patrick R. Melvin meets with US Vice-President Joseph Biden
SRPD Awarded $4,000 for “Buckle Up Arizona … It’s the Law!” Special Operation
Monthly Crime Statistics
Gallery
Community Members Take Part in Agave Workshop
Lehi Boys & Girls Club Cuts Ribbon on Renovated Teen Center
Salt River Aal-Tash Fun Day Rodeo
SRHS Host Baseball and Softball Tournament    
 
Events Calendar
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EARTH DAY FLOWER POTS at Helping Hands Thrift Store. Limited supply. For more info. call (480) 362-5625

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SRPMIC CO-ED EMPLOYEE DODGEBALL SHOWDOWN at SR recreation gym, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Cost: $100 per team (10 team limit) Registration forms are available at the Lehi Community bldg., or Boys & Girls Club front desk from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. For more info. call Boys & Girls Club (480) 850-4453 or John Saspe (480) 850-4446

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26TH ANNUAL SPRING COMPETITION POW WOW at ASU Band Practice Field, East 6th Street and South Rural Road. Dancing in 23 categories, arts and crafts, food and intertribal dancing. Admission: $7-$20. For more info. call (480) 965-5224
21 EARTH DAY 2012 at Two Waters, registration from 7:45-8:45 a.m. in the Round House Cafe. Environmental fair, lunch, and demos. For more info. call Chris Horan (480) 362-7639

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HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE EVENT at Two Waters North Parking lot on Osborn Rd. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Bring all your household hazardous waste and we will dispose of it for free. Examples of waste: old paint, aerosol cans, used oil, car batteries, old cleaning agents, pesticides, gasoline or kerosene cans, syringes/sharps, etc. For more info. call Jeremy Philips (480) 362-7634

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MEGA YARD SALE at Fort McDowell Casino, 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. To reserve a space please call Mega Radio Station at (480) 994-9100

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