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A MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT PHIL HAZLETT
10:43 AM 1/26/2013
Ladies and Gentlemen,
The Honorable Robert "Bob" Hendrickson from Pinal County
passed away last night at the age of 76. Bob was born July 27th 1936 on the road to Tucson from Mammoth...apparently he couldn't wait to talk to the world, much like he lived his life. Bob spent his last 50 years married to his beautiful wife Nedra and leaves behind step sons Mike and Rik and daughter Karen, along with numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and family members. Bob was an Arizona native and lived his life in Mammoth and Oracle working for the copper mines and had a successful business with Black Cloud Electric. Bob has been a constable since 1998 and a great friend to all of us. We will all miss his humor and honesty in speaking his mind, said it like it was with no regrets. I'm sure the Pearly Gates are still getting an ear full.
12:16 PM 12/14/2012
The Arizona Constables Association wants to extend their condolences and prayers to the families of the victims of the deadly shooting in Connecticut may God bless them all. May we encourage all our members and supporters to please keep the survivors in our thoughts. These people will need all the support our nation can give them.
MAN ARRESTED AFTER CONSTABLE ENCOUNTERS HOMICIDE
A Constable went to a Tucson home to serve the tenants with eviction paperwork. The Constable discovered that the front door was unlocked and after opening it, found a dead man lying inside of the house. The Constable immediately contacted the Tucson Police Department who confirmed that William Salamonsen was deceased. After an initial investigation and an interview of the manís roommate, Tucson Police Department has arrested David Gallagher, the manís roommate, for second degree murder.
For more information, Visit Tucson Police Department
Welcome to the Arizona Constables Association web site. This site has been developed to assist you with learning more about this elected position.
Did you know that the job of a Constable varies depending on the county he or she works in?
Constables have been a part of Arizona since the days of the Wild West. On our About page
, the constable's rich history will take you on a journey from territorial days to present times.
Although the Ethics, Standards and Training Board is a separate entity from the Association, several association members serve on the Ethics, Standards and Training Board, which oversees the conduct of Arizona's Constables. For more information about the board, browse over to our Ethics, Standards and Training Board page
Under the Members Section
you will find a listing of the current members of the Association and their biographical information.
We hope you enjoy this site and if you have any further need to contact a board member, please see the Board Members page
The ACA Donates to Support Fallen Veterans
During our 2011 Flagstaff summer conference, Secretary of State Ken Bennett, spoke to the assemblance on several topics including honoring our Arizona veterans. Mr. Bennett discovered that a gun (50-66' in length) which had been installed on the USS Arizona was discovered in storage these past 70 years in Virginia.
After negotiating, Arizona will soon be getting one gun from the Arizona and one gun from USS Missouri, in time for our centennial next February. Many entities have already stepped up in the effort to provide the guns final resting emplacement on the lawn to our state capitol and the Arizona Constable Association recently voted to make a generous donation to help make this possible.
Matthew Roberts, Director of Communications and Community Outreach, Arizona Constable Association President Phil Hazlett (Maricopa County Constable), Vice-President Vince Roberts (Pima County Constable) and Secretary Jean Bishop (Mohave County Constable), Right Photo:
USS Arizona Gun
Press Release from Secretary of State Ken Bennett
Guns To Salute The Fallen.com