American Civil Liberties Union
The ACLU’s Website includes their index on police practices materials, and links to other police practice websites.
Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board
Letters to Chief Richard Miranda:
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.02, notice is hereby given to the members of the Citizen's Police Advisory Review Board and to the general public that the Citizen's Police Advisory Review Board will hold the following meeting which will be open to the public:
Note: Meeting locations are subject to change.
Meeting Location: Ward 6 Office, West Conference Room, 3202 E. First Street
The Citizen Police Advisory Review Board has seven voting members, one is appointed by the mayor and each city council member appoints the other six. All voting members must be residents of the City of Tucson and none may currently be a peace officer. All terms are coterminous with the terms of office of the mayor or members of the city council who appointed them. Members may be reappointed, but may not serve more than eight continuous years on the Board.
• Rules and Procedures (Chapter 10A, Articles VIII and XIII)
What is CPARB?
The Mayor and City Council formed the Citizen Police Advisory Review Board (CPARB) in March of 1997 to review and comment on completed police investigations of complaints brought against the Tucson Police Department (TPD) by citizens. CPARB was formed as a proactive measure, rather than as a reaction to any specific perceived problems within the police department.
If you have a concern with the Tucson Police Department, the Citizen Police Advisory Review Board may be able to help you.