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As it recruits, Tucson Police look to diversify its force

A recent event showcases effort to double the number of female officers by 2030.

The Buzz: Law enforcement recruiting and shortages in Southern Arizona

How are law enforcement agencies being hit by a shortage of staff and what are they doing to fill open positions with diverse staff?

Federal judge blocks Arizona law limiting filming of police

U.S. District Judge John Tuchi agreed with the American Civil Liberties Union and multiple media organizations that the law appeared to violate the First Amendment.

Former Tucson police officer charged with manslaughter in November shooting

Tucson Police Department fired Ryan Remington after the shooting.

University of Arizona Police arrest armed man on campus

22-year-old suspect evaded officers for less than an hour.

Southern Arizona schools upgrade security and active-shooter training as schools prepare to open

School shootings around the country have made this a summer of preparation for school districts

Young Arizona filmmaker makes epics in miniature.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Making Tucson more accessible for those with visual impairments; Neighbors come together and transform their alleyway as a means of coping with grief; and a look at the rarely enforced "Stupid motorist" law.

Rethinking 911

Leaders from Tucson, other cities create blueprint for new emergency response systems

Police chiefs prepare for mass shooting

Area law enforcement doesn't want another Uvalde.

One Tucsonan’s journey to becoming emotionally accountable -- and taking a stand against oppression.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: What the Pima County Library’s “#READBLACK” initiative wants to share with the world, and decoding "The FBI Way" with author Frank Figliuzzi.

CBP to disband controversial investigation teams

A memo from Customs and Border Protection says it will stop using Critical Incident Teams, the internal Border Patrol units accused of interfering with outside investigations into agent conduct.

A team will investigate use-of-force incidents in Pima County

Sheriff Chris Nanos said shootings and other serious use of force incidents will be criminally investigated by the team.

Tucson police officially fire officer who killed man in wheelchair

Pima County Attorney's review of Nov. 29 shooting continues

Pima County board approves contract to buy body cams for sheriff's deputies

The contract approved by the board of supervisors with Axon will cost $26 million over 10 years and include new Tasers as well as cameras.

One year anniversary of Tohono O'odham officer's death

Tohono O'odham Officer Bryan Brown died Aug. 27, 2020, in the line of duty near the Desert Diamond Why Casino.

Tucson police union challenges city’s vaccine requirement

The Tucson Police Officers Association alleges the policy breaches its labor contract.

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