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ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY: Do you feel your child would be safe here?

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More ASU Police Supervisors make the DISHONOR ROLL: Sergeant Nate Deveney, Sergeant Mike Roper. Shame on them for what they did to an Officer under their command!

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Police officer’s lives are more at risk than ever. Brotherhood, honor, teamwork, and professionalism mean more than ever, and yet again the supervisor ranks at the Arizona State University Police Department set the bar even lower for their own would be brothers in blue as they betray the oath they took to become police officers.

The bar of integrity and professionalism has been historically low for command, hit and miss among the mid-level supervisors, but the attacks on employees were primarily confined to the topsy turvey workplace of the ASU Police Department where morality, law, policy only applies to line level employees.

We received information that these attacks have now gone against an officer in their private life and were inspired to issue this post. These new attacks outside the workplace are against an officer who had gone through one of the most traumatic events people go through. Instead of support this officer was betrayed by not one, but two middle supervisors while the command of ASUPD stood by encouraging and supporting the hostile behavior.

Imagine yourself as a Police Sergeant in charge of police officers charged with serving and protecting a community. Would you think it is appropriate to do the following things to an Officer under your command?


  • Approach a subordinate officer’s fiancée’, brag about sleeping with her, and then discipline this officer you betrayed.
  • Make up frivolous negative paperwork about this officer with the intent to insulate yourself from your own indiscretion, dishonor, and shame as their supervisor.
  • It’s not enough that you have leveraged your position with ASUPD for sexual conquests with students and other university employees, but you also have go after the women of the officers under your command?
  • You have dishonored yourself and the profession and should be ashamed of yourself.


  • Receive phone calls from an officer’s ex-wife’s boyfriend, verbally slander and denigrate an officer under your command to this stranger, and then like the other supervisor make up frivolous negative paperwork about this officer with the intent to insulate yourself from your own indiscretion, dishonor, and shame as their supervisor.
  • Order an Officer under your command to complete a task, when that task meets the disapproval of your command claim the officer who followed your order was not following your orders. You have a pattern of doing this, so all the officers in conflict with you throughout your time as a supervisor must be liars. You are the LIAR.
  • You have dishonored yourself and the profession and should be ashamed of yourself.

This is what Arizona State University Police Sergeants Nate Deveney and Michael Roper did to ASU Police Officers under their command. One had just gone through a messy divorce and custody battle with two children.

During the most difficult time in his life, losing his wife, losing his family, losing his home, the Supervisors at his police department prey on him, attack his new relationship, attack his career, financial stability, and force this officer to contemplate quiting for the sake of his own sanity. Absolutely disgusting!

This is what Officers and civilians at the Arizona State University Police Department expose themselves to in that toxic workplace environment.

They are seen as the enemy, not members of the team. This is the type of godless supervision waiting to prey on your career, your family, your entire life, your soul. Shame on them for what they did to officers under their command! Shame!

Welcome to the Arizona State University Police Department, the Integrity Free Zone!

Not only do you have to watch your back in an increasingly dangerous world,

you have to watch your back within your own police department at ASUPD.

As sad as this is we are not surprised. We know a thing or two about this profession, about the issues of command, and the conduct of subordinates, junior supervisors, and it comes from the type of leadership they follow.

When former ASUPD Chief John Pickens picked his command he was sure to insulate himself with supervisors as morally bankrupt as himself in order to continue to operate the police department along his lines.

He hired former Tempe Police Assistant Chief Jay Spradling fresh off a mountain of scandal that forced him to retire or be fired from the City of Tempe Police Department.

Pickens hired current ASU Police Chief Mike Thompson who retired in shame from the City of Mesa Police Department after destroying his partner by coveting his partner’s wife at the police department and orchestrating his demise in the workplace to insulate himself from his own indiscretion, dishonor, and shame as a supervisor.

Sounds like a familiar theme after a while and it’s bsolutely disgusting.

Arizona state University police chief Mike Thompson has two speeds

If you think we won’t find out every detail, investigate every detail to it’s utmost end, continually expose these issues again and again, then you will be unpleasantly surprised. No amount of threats, intimidation, or whatever hold any sway, nor did they or will they ever.

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”  Edmund Burke

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Arizona State University Student Home Invasion at Gunpoint

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How often do home invasions at gunpoint happen on college campuses when school is out of session?

They don’t happen unless criminals feel no threat in doing so, especially at colleges unless it’s the Arizona State University Crime Spree Zone.

With no staffing, no patrol presence, and completely incompetant management at the ASU Police department it’s going to get worse as word of mouth spreads about the ease of breaking the law and getting away with it more often than not.

Here’s  the story:


ASU police investigate armed robbery at student housing on Mesa Polytechnic campus

Anne Ryman, The Republic

Arizona State University police are investigating an armed robbery that was reported late Sunday night on the Polytechnic campus in Mesa.

Police say a man, armed with a handgun, forced his way into a residence shortly before midnight at West Desert Village, a student-housing complex on the Mesa campus, and demanded the victim’s laptops and cellphones. The man then fled out the back door.
The suspect is described by police as a white man from 16 to 30 years old. He is about 5 feet, 8 inches tall with a thin build and short blond hair. Police say he wore dark jeans and a green hooded shirt with writing. He had a black bandana over the lower part of his face.
ASU Police say no arrests have been made. Anyone with information is asked to call ASU Police.
The department put out two emergency alerts early Monday morning, the first asking people to avoid the area near 6928 E. Usher Ave., and the second giving the all clear.

Robberies have not been common occurrences on ASU campuses in recent years, according to statistics the university is required to report to the federal government under the Clery Act.
In 2014, the Tempe campus reported three robberies, the West and Downtown Phoenix campuses each reported two robberies and the Polytechnic campus reported one robbery. Clery statistics for 2015 won’t be published until October, and 2016 statistics won’t be available until the following year.
Crimes that occur off campus near universities aren’t generally required to be reported under the Clery Act unless the crime occurs on property the university rents or controls.
Reach the reporter at 602-444-8072 or

Suspect arrested :

ASU police worked with Tempe, Mesa and Scottsdale police departments to make the arrest.

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ASU Police Clique Members Flee the Scene 961H: You know it’s bad when staff of the lowest integrity attempt to leave the Integrity-Free workplace they worked so hard to create.

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Workplace lawsuit ASU Police Commander Louis Scichilone is attempting to abandon ship

You know it’s bad when staff of the lowest integrity attempt to leave the workplace they worked so hard to create. What more can you say?

We received a notification about ASU Officer Daniel Gaughan leaving ASU Police, turning down a ASU Police Sergeant job, for a career with the Tempe Police Department. We will caution the leadership of Tempe PD that ASU Officer Gaughan was a willing participant in a clique of employees making the ASU Police Department an Integrity Free Zone. Keep a close eye on him before the same traits manifest themselves in your workplace.

P.S. Did he really disclose his full background?

We discovered ASU Police Commander Louis Scichilone was eliminated in the first round of hiring at Gilbert PD. They must have had no problem seeing how potentially dangerous and damaging having an employee like him could be to a professional organization. His lack of integrity will be fully exposed and very embarrassing for the university, the ASU police department, and the profession.

ASU Police turnover has always been bad at the officer level.

With exposure, we’ve noticed this turnover trickle up to the command level responsible for creating the Integrity Free workplace at the Arizona State University Police Department.

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FOUR Officers Escape the Arizona State University Police Department right after shift change! Congratulations to Clinton Martinez, Dahmar Smiles, Craig Woodruff, Daniel Gaughan!

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1 , 2 , 3, 4…FOUR possibly more…OFFICERS QUIT, Two former Lateral Officers to ASUPD, Clinton Martinez and Dahmar Smiles, plus ASU Police 12 year Veteran Craig Woodruff can now take their experience where it will be appreciated, not held against them. Officer Daniel Gaughan can see if the crap games played at ASUPD by the clique work at Tempe PD.

When you are aware of how a police department is supposed to operate why would you stay at the Arizona State University Police Department? You wouldn’t. Officer Clinton Martinez and Dahmar Smiles were lateral police officers who came to ASUPD and were quickly able to see the lack of integrity, lack of leadership, favoritism, dirty politics, lack of opportunity, poor officer compensation, and knew the only solution was to leave.

Officer Craig Woodruff, Army 82nd Airborne Veteran, was with ASUPD for 12 years and, like most people who leave, was most likely fed up with the games being played with his career. Historically, some members of ASUPD command, supervisors, have had a habit of targeting veterans of the military and law enforcement. When you get to know the leadership of the ASU Police department you will ask yourself, “Why the hell did I come here?” Many retired laterals walked out in short order because they could see the numerous negative issues and had the option.

Many officers still working towards retirement left everything behind in other states, put all their eggs in this unsafe basket, and almost lost their careers to the unethical spiteful leadership of ASUPD.

They were targeted for no reason other than the fact that many here were intimidated by their experience and had the rank to injure them. Clinton and Dahmar can now take their experience where it will be appreciated, not held against them.

Despite being selected for Firearms instructor, DT instructor, and Crime prevention Clinton understood that only favorites get actual promotions and that is the only real pay raise available at the Arizona State University Police Department.

Apparently, the Crime Prevention position was vacated by someone who never applied for it, Clinton Martinez, and was recently given to Becky Garcia who was the only one who originally applied. Sounds fair? No. Sounds like ASUPD command zero ethics? Yes.

Clinton, Dahmar, and Craig, you left the mall cop job behind and can finally get back to being a police officer fighting crime instead of babysitting, dodging internal politics, policy enforcement, homeless management, and running traffic with timid college kids, suburban moms, and professors who know they are one complaint away from having you fired. You get to work at a police department where they have your back and it isn’t everyone out for themselves.  Good Luck, stay safe where the real police work actually happens on a regular basis. We are confident you will be assets to the communities you serve.


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Contribute To The Lawsuit Against The Arizona State University Police Department & Boost Public Safety Integrity

ASU Police Officers are so fed up with corruption

Because so many current and former Arizona State University Police employees read, message us, and some comment on this blog we have been receiving more questions about how to participate or contribute to the lawsuit now underway. Here it is folks:

The Official Lawsuit Complaint can be downloaded here: 

Here is the attorney contact information copied out of this complaint:

David W. Dow (SBA #007377)
The Law Offices of David W. Dow
3104 E. Camelback #281
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Attorney for Plaintiffs

For what it’s worth, here are some photos for your lawsuit that were sent to us.

On the far right is Defendant William Orr, senior supervisor (Commander) of this event. To the left of him is Defendant Mark Janda.

The photographer is Defendant Pamela Osborne.

This is a partial photo of “the clique” that destroyed integrity at ASUPD.

We will be looking for more information to provide as this unfolds. Good Luck getting justice.

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ASUPD has more rifles than patrol units!

Commander Orr the range master

Another day, another public guffaw from ASUPD!


TEMPE, AZ – Arizona universities are taking advantage of the federal government’s 1033 program which gives away military equipment and weapons for free.

Arizona State University Police received 70 M-16 rifles from the program.

The firearms originally came from the Department of Public Safety, who were going to turn the weapons back in, according to ASU Sergeant Daniel Macias.

Arizona’s 1033 Director Matt Van Camp says the ASU has acquired more weapons than any other Arizona university.

The University of Arizona acquired bag or barracks under the federal program.

Sergeant Macias says the ASU officers aren’t carrying the rifles yet. In fact, officers will go through extensive training before taking the firearms out into the field.

Sergeant Macias says the rifles are an important tool in the day of active shooters.

The Pentagon loaned the weapons to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in the early 90s, through a free program called 1033.

In 2012, the Pentagon found out Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office couldn’t account for nine firearms it borrowed from the program and was immediately suspended MCSO from the program.

Last week, Detective Van Camps says MCSO was terminated from the program and sent a letter requiring all of the equipment back within 120 days.

The 1033 program has come under intense scrutiny since the Ferguson, Missouri shooting.

When riots broke out in the streets, local officers responded in armored vehicles, automatic rifles and even some camouflage.

What this article fails to mention is that ASUPD acquired these rifles from DPS back in 2012! So for over two years now, these weapons have been used exclusively by the elite and always professional ASUPD firearms staff . (In the article, Sgt Macias states that “the [ASU] officers aren’t carrying the rifles yet”). There are currently more M-16s at ASUPD than there are officers on patrol to actually deploy them! Additionally, there are even fewer people at ASUPD (who are assigned to patrol) that are current with their rifle qualification.

According to Macias, “the rifles are an important tool in the day of active shooters”. This explains why ASUPD has kept these rifles hidden from patrol for two years; if there is a tool that is vitally important and necessary for the successful execution of well thought-out plan, it most likely doesn’t exist at ASUPD (because ASUPD operates in a universe void of any logical or rational thought). Or, alternatively, if the aforementioned magical tool does make its way into the ASU universe, it is most likely being used incorrectly by the most useless member of the department. (No, Allen…the M-16 is not used to scoot food off a nearby table because you don’t feel like getting up and walking!).

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