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On March 12, 2017, Navajo Tribal Police Officer Houston James Largo was killed in the line of duty on the Navajo reservation. Indian Country suffers problems endemic to third-world countries, and Officer Largo was the indirect victim of one of most prevalent: domestic violence. Programs Chair Liz Martinez penned an exclusive article about the issues and Officer Largo's funeral for "Law Officer." "The Burial Of Navajo Tribal Police Officer Houston James Largo" appears at http://lawofficer.com/news/officer-down/the-burial-of-navajo-tribal-police-officer-houston-james-largo/

Programs Chair Liz Martinez has penned an article for SecurityInfoWatch.com about industry reaction to Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates' decision to drop the Reid Method of interrogation from its training. "Security, Law Enforcement React to Change in U.S. Interrogation Technique" can be read at http://www.securityinfowatch.com/article/12314618/security-law-enforcement-react-to-change-in-us-interrogation-technique


SWSC Luncheon Speaker Announced

Join Peter O’Neil, ASIS International CEO, for a lively update about your ASIS International, and the plans that the Board has for the future of the organization.

Chairman's Message

Phoenix Chapter, ASIS International, 3104 E Camelback Road #560 Phoenix, Arizona 85016    info@asisphoenix.org