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Tucson PD's Home Invasion Unit

July 20, 2010

The Tucson (Ariz.) PD started its home invasion unit two years ago to curb paramilitary raids on drug houses by well-organized crews with military grade weapons. The crews were well trained and often posed as police officers. In an interview from Tucson PD headquarters on Tuesday, the unit's Sgt. Bob Jimenez discussed the unit's approach to enforcement and outlined two recent cases, including a shootout with two former Marines with an SKS rifle. View the "Tucson Home Invasions: The Missing Man" photo gallery of one of the cases.

Tucson Officer Sues to Overturn Arizona Immigration Law

April 30, 2010
Officer Martin Escobar claims the law will hinder police investigations in areas that are predominately Hispanic and needlessly divert police resources.

Tucson Recruit Fired, Charged In Sex Abuse Case

December 9, 2009
Gabriel Edwards, 23, was in his seventh week at the Tucson Police Department's academy. He has been terminated.

Tucson SWAT Raid Nets 2,000 Pounds Marijuana, 5 Arrests

November 24, 2009
During a SWAT raid of a Holiday Inn, Tucson police recovered 2,000 pounds of marijuana and various weapons as they arrested five suspects, including two who hid in the ceiling as officers entered the property.

Officer Injured During 7-Hour Standoff With Suicidal, Armed Man

August 12, 2009
SWAT officers, who deployed a tactical robot, shot the man when he came out of the house and refused to put down his firearm.

Tucson (Ariz.) PD's SWAT Team

August 1, 2005

Sgt. Robert Allen, weighed down in 50 pounds of tactical ballistic assault gear, has a reporter in his office, a lieutenant standing in the doorway, a ringing cell phone in one hand, and a three-wire mic at his left ear, listening to the Tucson Police Department SWAT team prepare for deployment.

Grand Theft Arizona

October 1, 2004

Indeed, when it comes to curbing vehicle theft in Tucson—a city with one of the highest per-capita auto theft rates in the nation—the battle is often waged on uncertain ground. Being located just 40 minutes from the notoriously permeable U.S.-Mexico border doesn’t help matters, either.

SWAT Teams Take on Fire and Smoke

December 1, 2001

The husband grows increasingly despondent and says he is going to kill his daughter and himself. To keep SWAT officers from entering he sets his home on fire and retreats to a back bedroom. The only way to rescue the young girl is to make an entry. Is your team prepared to deal with the hazards of fire and smoke?

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