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FBI Recognizes Leaders from Around the Nation

FBI Recognizes Leaders from Around the Nation

2015 Director’s Community Leadership Award recipients honored.

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21711 N. 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85024
Phone: (623) 466-1999

Counties and territory covered: Gila, Maricopa, and Pinal Counties and the Ak-Chin, Ft. McDowell, Gila River, Salt River, San Carlos, and Tonto-Apache Indian Reservations

Special Agent in Charge

Phoenix Special Agent in Charge Michael D. DeLeon

Michael DeLeon

Assistant Special Agents in Charge

  • Andrew P. Black (Tucson)
  • Michael V. Caputo
  • Mark A. Hoffman
  • Sean L. Kaul

Resident Agencies

Along with our main office in Phoenix, we have seven satellite offices, known as resident agencies, in the area.

  • Flagstaff
    • Counties and territory covered: Coconino, Navajo (north of I-40), and Yavapai Counties and the Hopi, Navajo (except Apache County), and Yavapai-Prescott Indian Reservations
  • Gallup
    • Counties and territory covered: Apache County (north of I-40) and the Navajo Indian Reservation (in Apache County)
  • Lake Havasu
    • Counties and territory covered: Mohave County and the Fort Mojave, Havasupai, Hualapai, and Kaibab-Paiute Indian Reservations
  • Lakeside
    • Counties covered: Apache (south of I-40) and Navajo (south of I-40) Counties and the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation
  • Sierra Vista
    • Counties and territory covered: Cochise, Greenlee, and Graham Counties (excluding the portion of the San Carlos Indian Reservation that lies within Greenlee County)
  • Tucson
    • Counties and territory covered: Pima and Santa Cruz Counties and the Pascua Yaqui and Tohono O’odham Indian Reservations
  • Yuma
    • Counties and territory covered: La Paz and Yuma Counties and the Colorado River Indian Tribe Reservation