Arizona Police Officers to Receive Virtual Training
Arizona police officers are going to get a new kind of immersive training that will help officers make difficult decisions such as whether to shoot or negotiate. The state is paying 2.1 million dollars on virtual training simulators to which will replicate real world scenarios on screens with 300 degree coverage. The new training will go to DPS headquarters, the Mesa Police department and five law enforcement training academies statewide. For best local coverage, visit KTAR.
State Supreme Court Swears in Two New Justices
As of yesterday there are now three justices in Arizona’s high court appointed by Governor Doug Ducey. Earlier this year, Ducey expanded the court from five justices to seven and the two newest justices were sworn in yesterday. Those seats are held by Court of Appeals Judge Andrew Gould and Solicitor General John Lopez. For best local coverage, visit KJZZ.
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