Weekly Review

Week 71

On Wednesday night, the Tucson Police Department was able to resume its annual Fallen Officer Memorial after a hiatus due to Covid. A large crowd gathered to honor the loss of Special Agent Garbo from the incident at the Amtrak station, along with the anniversaries of historical sacrifices in the line of duty.  
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Weekly Review

Week 70

Fentanyl is one of the deadly snares that pierces though the peace of night, keeping all of us at PCAO from restful slumber.
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Week 60

The People’s Office is a wonderful and fulfilling place to work!

Week 59

Heading into Presidents Day Weekend, we feature our shining star in the Appeals Unit – Supervising Attorney Myles Braccio.

Week 58

Laura took her commitment to reform to the Arizona Legislature this week

Week 57

At PCAO, our relationship with the UA Law School, and other area schools is critical.

Week 56

We're only a month into the New Year, and I'm astounded by the volume of work that PCAO staff have already completed and the incredible projects that are in theRead More »

Week 55

AZ's state legislature needs to urgently pass criminal justice reform in 2022. Justice can't wait.
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Weekly Review

Week 60

The People’s Office is a wonderful and fulfilling place to

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Weekly Review

Week 59

Heading into Presidents Day Weekend, we feature our shining star in the Appeals Unit – Supervising Attorney Myles

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Weekly Review

Week 58

Laura took her commitment to reform to the Arizona Legislature this

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Weekly Review

Week 57

At PCAO, our relationship with the UA Law School, and other area schools is

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Weekly Review

Week 56

We're only a month into the New Year, and I'm astounded by the volume of work that PCAO staff have already completed and the incredible projects that

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Weekly Review

Week 55

AZ's state legislature needs to urgently pass criminal justice reform in 2022. Justice can't

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