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Arizona bill would let dishonest cops appeal placement on Brady List

A bill that would allow law enforcement agents to appeal being placed on a list of dishonest officers cleared another hurdle on its way to becoming law, despite concerns from Maricopa County prosecutors. ... Read more»

Arizona House passes bill to require convictions before gov't can seize assets

The state House passed House Bill 2810 Wednesday, requiring law enforcement agencies and prosecutors to get a conviction before permanently seizing property allegedly connected to a crime.... Read more»

Arizona taxpayers could pay more as pension costs continue to rise

Pension costs for Arizona police officers and firefighters are rising to the point they are overburdening taxpayers, according to a legislative committee that is seeking reforms.... Read more»

GOP lawmaker targets public employee unions

Only one in 20 Arizonans is a member of a union, but that hasn’t stopped several Republican state lawmakers from pushing bills aimed at restricting organized labor. Sen. Rick Murphy, R-Peoria wants to rein in unions representing public employees such as police officers, firefighters and teachers — groups he says take advantage of taxpayers.... Read more»

Hundreds more Arizona police emails leaked by hackers

For the third time in a week, Arizona police websites and emails have been compromised. Hacking into 8 police union websites, the group Anonymous leaked Thursday night what it claimed were passwords for over 1,200 officers, and hundreds of private documents and emails.... Read more»1