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AHIA Membership Membership Requirements:

1.  Are you are a current or retired municipal, county, state, federal agent and/or other public funded certified and/or reserve law enforcement officer?

2.  Are you are a current or retired full time law enforcement technician, fire fighter, correctional officer, forensic examiner, forensic technician, county coroner, prosecuting attorney and/or any of their investigative staff members who are involved in death investigations?

If you are unsure of your qualifications for membership with AHIA, please contact us and we will review your qualification concerns with you.

If you answered YES to either of these questions, then you are eligible for AHIA membership.

If you are unsure, please contact us.

Agencies paying by check or purchase order:

Make checks payable to:
    Arizona Homicide Investigators Association
    P.O. BOX 1586
    Tempe, AZ 85280-1586

If you have never been an AHIA member, then you are on the correct page.

New AHIA Membership

NEW MEMEBERS - should use these payments.

Step #1
Downloadthe form
  • For New Members Only!
Step #2
e-Mailthe completed form
  • Send the form to
  • michael.coddington
Step #3
Pay $25Per Person
  • All Memberships Expire
  • December 31st Each Year.
  • If you are an agency paying
  • for multiply people, use
  • description field.
For Retired Members
Pay $10Per Person
  • This is special pricing
  • for retired LEO's only.


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President's Message

I invite you to become an AHIA member and help with our concerted effort to solve homicides, and share your knowledge in violent crime investigations.
     AHIA President,
     Nate Moffat