Tucson, Arizona 2021-01-13 20:00:00 –
Tucson police do not anticipate political instability in the city during the presidential inauguration in Washington, DC next week, but are taking precautions just in case.
Hours after President Donald Trump was impeached for the second time, on January 13, Tucson police announced a “unacceptable” policy for harassment and intimidation.
“Currently, there are no signs of local anxiety, but the Tucson Police Department has taken steps to maintain order and protect elected government officials and even the entire community from illegal harassment and intimidation. In the news release.
According to a news release, TPD is working with the FBI and state law enforcement agencies to keep an eye on signs of problems, coordinate responses, and have enough people to address any issues that arise.
The agency also coordinates with police chiefs in other major cities in the United States to “share best practice strategies for identifying signs of early warning of trouble and dealing with acts that illegally violate constitutional rights. “.
Several police stations across the country are currently investigating their own police officers who reportedly went to Washington, DC last week to participate in violent riots, but not in Tucson, the agency said.
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