Historical Research

$25.00

The Phoenix Police Museum can perform historical research for you on a person or topic you choose. The fee for this is charged by the hour with a 1 hour minimum.

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The Phoenix Police Museum can perform historical research for you on a person or topic you choose. The fee for this is charged by the hour with a 1 hour minimum. Research results will be sent in approximately 4-6 weeks from receipt of payment. We cannot guarantee results, but we will make every effort to aid you in your search. The more information you provide with the request the more successful the research will be. A standard research includes up to 10 pages of photocopies or scans.You can email us if you have additional questions or need more information at info@phxpdmuseum.org.

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We will remember and honor his sacrifice...

It’s with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of a Phoenix Police Department Commander.

Commander Greg Carnicle was shot in the line of duty on Sunday March 29 on the scene of a domestic violence call.  Two other officers were also shot during the incident at 40th Drive and Pinnacle Peak. The two officers are expected to recover.

Commander Carnicle was a 31-year veteran of the force, and was just months away from retiring.  During his distinguished career, he held positions throughout the department including the special assignments unit, K9 and he most recently oversaw all evening and weekend patrol operations.

Rest In Peace Commander Carnicle.

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