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GOHS Motorcycle During a recent outreach meeting with MADD, Motor Officer Acosta displayed his new BMW. The motorcycle was granted to the Douglas Police Department by the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. It has been a much appreciated addition...
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Remembering Howard Friends, family, neighbors, and community members gathered at the Brown residence to remember Howard and raise awareness about the dangers of impaired driving.  View the Channel 3 news story. Honor & Memorial Sign “Howard Brown was a very...
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Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Gives $90,000 to Combat Underage Drinking and Impaired Driving Phoenix, AZ – Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Arizona has received two grants from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. Jason Frazier, MADD State...
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Holiday DUI Enforcement The Southeastern AZ DUI Task Force has been spotlighted in their local newsletter. We are proud and honored to be able to share their accomplishments! The newsletter also has a list of upcoming and interesting events in Sierra...
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We would like to thank the agencies below for attending our annual candlelight vigil. Their support of victim survivors and MADD’s mission is unmatched! MADD recognizes the dedication of all law enforcement agencies and these are just a few of our...
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Raising Awareness in the Community Representatives from Waymo hosted an interactive and informative display to this year’s Phoenix WLM. Attendees were able to use a virtual reality app with viewing glasses to get an authentic experience without ever leaving the...
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In The Community The Gilbert Police Department hosted an informational table at the Phoenix WLM. Not only were they out supporting MADD, but they also wanted to raise awareness for other safety issues. Brochures about the Lock ’em Out program...
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We are very excited to announce that we will have some special guests at the Holiday Remembrance Ceremony this year! Deputies from the Pima County Sheriff’s Department Therapy Canine Program will be in attendance. Learn more about their program from...
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We’ve Moved! We are very excited to announce that we’ve got a new MADD State Office in Phoenix! The new address is: 3800 N Central Ave. Suite 220 Phoenix, AZ 85012      ...
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It Can Wait MADD AZ & MADD NM staff were honored to work alongside Navajo Department of Highway Safety staff at the Window Rock Walk Like MADD event. DHS hosted a booth with educational information about safe driving. Learn more...
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