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Christopher Magnus is set to take top job at TPD Jan. 1.

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  • By Curt Prendergast Arizona Daily Star

Council set to vote on decision; other candidate dropped out.

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Justice Department sued in November, saying college officials displayed “anti-military bias.”

He comes from California with 30 years of law enforcement experience.

It's an "expectation" that has made Tucson safer, says TPD chief.

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In this 2001 photo, Tucson Fire Chief Dan Newburn, left, and Police Chief Richard Miranda kick off a week-long public-safety blood drive as pa…

New policy gives town manager power to hire and fire police chief.

  • By Kimberly Matas Arizona Daily Star

Officer in video will be disciplined, chief says.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

After nearly 40 years working for the city, first as a beat cop, then police chief and finally city manager, Richard Miranda is calling it qui…

  • Aaron Latham / Arizona Daily Star 2001

Tucson chief of police Richard Miranda talks to the media during a press conference in 2001 about an internal affairs report concerning police…

  • AARON LATHAM/ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Tucson chief of police Richard Miranda talks to the media Sept. 17, 2001, during a press conference at police headquarters about the recently …

  • AARON LATHAM

17 miranda - Tucson chief of police Richard Miranda talks to the media 9/17/01 during a press conference at police headquarters about the rece…

University of Arizona officials say they searched the country and couldn’t find a better candidate for police chief than in their own backyard.

Pima Community College isn’t dealing effectively with troubled students like Jared Lee Loughner, and its campus police department is decades …

  • By Raúl Alcaraz Ochoa
    and Stephanie Quintana Special to the Arizona Daily Star

A serious civil-rights crisis is taking place in Tucson under the watch of Police Chief Robert Villaseñor. What will City Manager Richard Mira…

Four teens were arrested in connection with a vandalism spree that caused nearly $100,000 in damage to vehicles, Sierra Vista police said.

  • Carol Ann Alaimo Arizona Daily Star

Pima Community College's police chief is stepping down effective today in the wake of recent complaints from subordinates about her job performance.

A Tucson police sergeant shot in the head four weeks ago went home from the hospital Wednesday.

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On the fifth day into the the investigation into the disappearance of a 6-year-old Tucson girl, Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor today defended…