The Mayor, the City Council, and the Police Chief have set a goal to build a force of 300 reserve police officers. Reserve officers are community-spirited men and women who continue their full-time chosen careers, while also serving as volunteer part-time police officers. They receive no salary or compensation for their service.
The mission of the Phoenix Police Reserve Foundation is to support and enhance the Reserve Division, and its public safety operations.
The Phoenix Police Reserve Foundation was established by civic and business leaders, with the support of city management.
The Foundation is an independent and non-profit organization which is operated by a board of directors, who work closely with police leadership. The Foundation provides funding to support Reserve Division needs that are not satisfied by the regular city budget. Your tax-deductible contributions will support the Reserve Division and police department in many ways, including:
The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, as defined by the Internal Revenue Service. Your tax-deductible contributions will provide the Reserve Division with more resources to better protect and serve our community, and to help make Phoenix the safest major city in the nation.
Your generous support of the Reserve Division will make our community a better and safer place to live, work and visit.
For more information, please call the Phoenix Police Department Reserve Division at (602) 534-9000, or submit your tax-deductible contribution below:
Please make checks payable to: Phoenix Police Reserve Foundation
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