• 2022 MCSO Memorial Ceremony T Shirts

    Suggested Donation: $20.00$22.00
    T-Shirts for the 2022 Maricopa County Sheriff Office (MCSO) Memorial Ceremony are available for preorder now.  These Unisex Shirts will be available for pickup at the MCSO Memorial Ceremony in front of MCSO headquarters on Friday, May 6th at 8am.  If you are not able to pickup your T Shirt at the Memorial Ceremony, please coordinate with MCSO Sgt. Isidro Caro (I_Caro@MCSO.maricopa.gov).
    Note that shirts cannot be mailed or shipped, and must be picked up at an MCSO facility.
  • Annual Membership Donation

    Suggested Donation: $350.00
    Our Annual Membership Donation is for our members only. Members of the MCSO Advisory Council can easily submit an annual donation of $350 or more. Thank you for your contribution!
     
  • General Donation

    Suggested Donation: $0.00
    Financial contributions in any amount are appreciated and used to benefit Arizona Law Enforcement professionals and their families.
    • Donations to the MCSO Advisory Council are used for K9 unit fundraising, toy drive fundraising, fundraising for special projects, and general administrative costs.
    • Donations to the MCSO Memorial Fund are used strictly to provide financial support to the families of fallen and injured law enforcement officers throughout the state of Arizona.
    -The Tax ID for the MCSO Advisory Council 501c3 is: 20-4937720 -The Tax ID for the MCSO Memorial Fund 501c3 is: 20-0111230
  • Lieutenant Chad Brackman Donation

    Suggested Donation: $0.00
    Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Lieutenant Chad Brackman EOW 11/10/2021MCSO Lt Chad Brackman was working to control traffic at a construction scene in Scottsdale when he was accidently hit by a moving vehicle. Lt Brackman was transported to a local officer where he succomed to his injuries sustained by the accident. He was a 22 year veteran with MCSO, serving with the Lake Patrol division. Lt Brackman leaves behind his wife, two children, and two stepchildren.
  • Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Deputy Juan "Johnny" Ruiz EOW 10/11/2021MCSO Deputy Juan "Johnny" Ruiz died due to injuries sustained after being attacked by a suspect in custody as deputy Ruiz was placing the suspect into a jail cell. The suspect brutally attacked deputy Ruiz and fled the scene, leaving Deputy Ruiz unconscious. Deputy Ruiz was put on life support but was not able to recover from his injuries. Deputy Ruiz was highly respected by his coworkers, friends, and family.
  • Officer Ginarro New Donation

    Suggested Donation: $0.00
    Phoenix Police Department Officer Ginarro New EOW 5/31/2021Phoenix Police Officer Ginarro New was driving his patrol vehicle when he was hit by a drunk driver who ran a red light. The accident happened after Officer New entered the intersection of Greenway Parkway and Cave Creek Road in North Phoenix. The impact sent Officer New's patrol SUV through a brick wall and it came to rest on its side in a parking lot. Officer New died from his injuries sustained in the accident. The driver of the vehicle that ran the red light also died in the accident, and was found to be intoxicated with a blood alcohol level of 0.233. Officer New joined to Phoenix Police Department in 2019, and made a lasting impression on his coworkers in a short period of time. He is survived by his wife, mother, brother, and grandmother.
  • Detention Officer Justin Folsome EOW 11/24/2020 Maricopa County Sheriff's OfficeMCSO Detention Officer Justin Folsome was involved in a traffic accident on State Route 85 near Buckeye, as his vehicle was struck from behind by a semi-truck. Officer Folsome was stopped at a red light, and the truck driver did not see the red light or the vehicles stopped at the intersection. The semi-truck was estimated to be traveling at 55 MPH when it impacted the rear of Officer Folsome's vehicle and officer Folsome died as a result of his injuries. Officer Folsome was an 8-year veteran of MCSO, and served in the agency's intake, transfer, and release facility.
  • Officer Jason Judd Donation

    Suggested Donation: $0.00
    Officer Jason Judd EOW 7/1/2020 Peoria Police DepartmentPeoria Police Officer, Jason Judd, died in a motorcycle crash at Liberty High School in Peoria, AZ. Officer Judd was at the high school to give a motor demonstration for the Youth Citizen Police Academy Camp when he was involved in the crash on school property. Officer Judd was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. Officer Judd was a U.S. Air Force veteran and was a 21-year veteran of the Peoria Police Department.
  • Commander Greg Carnicle Donation

    Suggested Donation: $0.00
    Commander Greg Carnicle EOW 3/29/2020 Phoenix Police Department Phoenix Police Commander Greg Carnicle was shot and killed while responding to a domestic disturbance call at an apartment complex in North Phoenix.  Commander Carnicle and two other officers were speaking to one of the occupants inside of the home when a man suddenly drew a weapon and opened fire, wounding all three officers. Commander Carnicle was taken to a local hospital where he succumbed to his wounds.  The other two officers suffered non-life threatening wounds.  The subject was shot and killed by tactical units as they attempted to take him into custody.  Commander Carnicle was a 31-year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department,  and was scheduled to retire in two months. He is survived by his wife and four children.
  • This Maricopa County Sheriff's Office 125th Anniversary Commemorative Rifle includes rifle, custom engraving, sales tax, transfer fees, and delivery to our FFL partner. A Donation to the MCSO Memorial Fund is also included.The West may have been tamed and fenced long ago, but its unbridled spirit lives on in this line of traditional big-boy Henry rifles.Henry Repeating Arms, Big Boy, Lever Action Rifle, 45LC, 20" Barrel, Brass Receiver, Walnut Stock, Adjustable Sights, 10Rd.
    • Made in the USA
    • Adjustable Sights
    • Drilled and Tapped for Easy Scope Mounting

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     All purchasers must complete ATF Form 4473 and pass the associated background check before completing the transfer of the rifles.  The Memorial Fund will not be able to issue refunds to individuals who do not pass the background check, and it is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that they meet the requirements to pass the federal background checks required for firearms purchases.
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