A little more about us


Our Purpose:

To educate the public in the history of the Phoenix Police Department in historic and modern context in order to enhance the image of law enforcement; interact with our community through a positive learning environment; to promote and preserve the history of the department while building a closer relationship between our police department and our community. The Museum provides a public location for an educational museum which is free for all.

The Phoenix Police Museum is an IRS approved non profit 501 c 3 organization overseen by a Board of Directors.  The current board of directors are:

Board of Directors:

Executive Board

Honorary Director-Police Chief Jeri Williams

Executive Director-Police Chief Dennis Garrett, Retired

Secretary: Sergeant Wayne Bensfield, Retired

Treasurer: Officer Jennifer Eastman, Retired

Members at Large-Officer Leo Speliopoulos, Retired

Members at Large-Officer Vincent Cole

Members at Large-Commander Robert Demlong, Retired

Members at Large:-Lieutenant Mike Nikolin, Retired

Members at Large-Lieutenant Charmane Osborn

Members at Large-Asst. Chief James Piña, Retired


Associate Members:

Mr. Scott Bagger, Community Member

Captain Carroll Cooley, Retired

Detective Earl Fisher, Retired

Sergeant Laura Liuzzo, Retired

Officer Tim Moore, Retired

Sergeant Allisen Reese

Lieutenant Steve Roser

Officer Robert Sitek

Officer Dick Todd, Retired

Employee Association Members:

Phoenix Law Enforcement Association (PLEA)

Phoenix Police Sergeants and Lieutenants Association (PPSLA)

Association of Federal, State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #2 (FOP)

Association of Retired Phoenix Officers (ARPO)

Foundation of Retired Officers