Arizona Cops Expect Videotape Scrutiny of Immigration Enforcement
July 01, 2010
Arizona police officers should expect opponents of a new immigration law to videotape their actions to try to prove they're racially profiling Hispanics, according to a training video released Thursday.
The video from Arizona's police licensing board is designed to teach officers how to determine when they should ask a person for their papers.
Arizona's P.O.S.T. board released a 90-minute training video for distribution to law enforcement agencies about enforcing the new law. Watch excerpts of the Arizona immigration training film.
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