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(Above) A Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol (PNP) Introductory Training Class

Some have said:
“I do not have time for any additional obligations on my personal time!”

Other than the few hours to take the training class, you just do what you normally do. There are no other obligations or responsibilities other than being aware as you move about your neighborhood.

You will feel pride in your new  awareness. Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol (PNP) training changes the way you think about yourself and your surroundings. The training classes are a one time event, and are just few hours long, they change your way of thinking about where you are are, what is happening around you, what you now look for and really observe what you see and hear and most importantly, who and how to contact to report what you’ve observed. From the time you leave the class, you will notice what the Phoenix Police officers have taught you will make a difference in your awareness. You will have a comfortable feeling of what is referred to as ‘situational awareness’… “you are are now aware of your surroundings, and what is happening all around you!”

While there are occasional special training classes, such as about “Gangs”, graffiti, sometimes a news related or other topical subjects of interest, there are no obligations to attend unless you desire to do so.

Who is your Community Action Officer (CAO)?
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Your CAO is your personal local Phoenix Police Dept friend and adviser. They work within your community and their ‘office’ is referred to as a beat area. The precincts and beat areas have recently been redesigned and realigned; As soon as we get new maps, you can find them here.

Training calendars, schedules, descriptions, images.

The ‘historical’ information information (see below) shows that special PNP training classes can be arranged on days other than the scheduled training days. For these special classes are, where we take the classes ‘on the road’ so to speak. If you can arrange for ~15 friends and neighbors to attend a PNP class on a special day, contact Det Brian Kornegay to see if a custom class can be arranged for you.

PNP Training 2015 Schedules (color or black & white)

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PNP Training 2015

  • Saturday Feb 7, 2015
  • Saturday Mar 14, 2015
  • Saturday May 9, 2015
  • Saturday Jul 11, 2015
  • Saturday Aug29, 2015
  • Saturday Nov 7, 2015

PNP Training (past events)

PNP Training 2014

  • Saturday, Feb  01, 2014
  • Saturday, Mar  08, 2014
  • Saturday, May  03, 2014
  • Saturday, Jul  12, 2014
  • Saturday, Sep 20, 2014
  • Saturday, Nov   08, 2014


  • 2)- Special Announcements:
    • From: Detective Brian Kornegay
      • PNP Monthly Meetings
        All are welcome!
        Usually on the 3rd Tuesday — 6pm to 8pm (Check Schedule)
        Shooter’s World
        3828 North 28th Avenue
        Phoenix, AZ 85017
      • PNP Coordinators meeting — Everyone Welcome!
      • Next: Tuesday Nov 11 2014 at Shooters’ World

Download the PNP training calendar:
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2014 BW-PNP Calendar

Time & Location

Unless otherwise stated, dates, times and locations are at the Mountain View Precinct community room,
2075 E Maryland Ave – Map below:

  • At one block east of SR-51 on Lincoln Street,
  • Turn south onto 20th Street,
  • Drive south to Bethany Home Rd and look up, there it is!

Seating is limited to 45 students, parking is limited, arrive early, carpool if possible.
Registration begins at 7:30 am
Class  8am – Noon

RSVP: Det Brian Kornegay #5132 Citywide PNP Coordinator
Phoenix Police Department
620 W Washington
Phoenix, Az 85003
Desk: 602.256.4303

Special Training Announcements

Spanish —Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol New Member Training

Formación Patrullaje de Vecindarios de Phoenix —Nuevo Miembro

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All PNP members are required to to have a PNP Background Information form on file with the Phoenix Police Dept. This report allows a cursory check of PNP members, just so there are no pending legal problems. For example, if a person had any history of child molestation, further questions may be needed to clarify the person’s integrity.
To save a few minutes, download and fill out:

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Read more about PNP Training…

How to update an expired PNP ID Badge…

Driving directions to 2075 E Maryland Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85016:

Start point: E Glendale Ave & the SR-51:
1. Head east on E Glendale Ave toward North  20th St –  0.2 mi
2. Turn right onto N 20th St – 0.5 mi
3. Turn left onto E Maryland Ave, Destination will be on the right 207 ft
2075 E Maryland Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85016


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