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Courts have probation officer shortage, seek $17M | Arizona Capitol Times


September 22, 2022

Arizona courts are asking the state for $17 million to deal with a statewide probation officer shortage that has reached crisis levels.  


4:52 pm Thu, September 22, 2022
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