Senator toured Multi-Agency Coordination Center to see firsthand how law enforcement kept Arizonans safe during major Valley events
PHOENIX – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema received a briefing from local law enforcement and toured the Super Bowl LVII Multi-Agency Coordination Center to discuss and see firsthand how they kept Arizonans safe and secure.
“Arizona law enforcement officials worked hard to keep Arizonans safe during the busy Super Bowl weekend. I’m grateful to have gotten a firsthand look at the Multi-Agency Coordination Center’s impressive security and communications operations,” said Sinema.
Sinema received a presentation from public safety officials on their coordination with all levels of government to ensure Arizona families – and those visiting for Super Bowl LVII – were protected during the Super Bowl weekend.
The Multi-Agency Coordination Center is an emergency operational support function coordinated by the City of Phoenix Incident Management Team, Phoenix Fire Department, and Phoenix Police Department, and serves as the main operations center for local, county, state, and federal agency representatives to assist in various areas including public safety.
Last week, Sinema met with members of the Arizona Fraternal Order of Police to discuss their work protecting and serving Arizona communities.