August 3, 2018

Tucson Councilman Wants More Transparency at Shelter for Immigrant Children

A discussion with Ward 3 councilman Paul Durham.

Southwest Key, a national nonprofit that houses immigrant children, faces added scrutiny after recent reports that looked into sexual abuse allegations at its facilities. Its Tucson facility is in city Councilman Paul Durham's Ward 3. Durham shared his concerns with the nonprofit, including some of the challenges he's faced while attempting to learn more about the facility's operations.

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