Arizona chiefs, unions disagree over transparency issue

State legislators in Arizona recently passed a law, supported by police unions, requiring a 2-month delay before releasing the name of any officer involved in an on-duty shooting incident. The state’s police chiefs have asked the governor to veto the legislation, arguing that it interferes with their ability to balance the interests of both officers and the community, according to this article.


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