Two former law enforcement officers had their state credentials revoked. The Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board voted unanimously on May 15 to revoke the peace officer certifications of:

• Lynsey Gould Coutts, who was arrested a year ago on suspicion of driving under the influence while on her way to work as a Tucson Police Department officer.

• Francisco Jimenez, who was sentenced to five years in prison in March for his role in a conspiracy to steal money and marijuana. He was working as a Pima County sheriff's deputy at the time the crimes were committed.