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Tag Archives: Arizona Police Association

Police unions active in reform efforts

Carlos Garcia, Phoenix City Council, Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, Arizona Police Association, Justice Collaboratory, police unions, Columbia Law Review

Common demands for police reform include chipping away at long-established police protections: make complaints against officers open to the public, tighten and enforce use-of-force rules, and reform the disciplinary process.

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Key criminal justice bills dormant in Senate (access required)

Although several measures aimed at cutting prison sentences and making other major changes to Arizona’s criminal justice system have passed the House this year, the big question is whether these bills will make it through the Senate or even get a hearing there.

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