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Formerly Internal Affairs, the Office of Professional Standards investigates complaints against department personnel.
If you would like to help the TPD officer who was injured in the line of duty and suffered the loss of his lower right leg, you can donate through the Erik Hite Foundation, using this link.
In fact, TPD was one of the first two police departments in the largest 100 cities in the United States to have put in place all of the "8 Can't Wait" policies promoted by Campaign Zero's Use of Force Project. Read more...
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Chief Kasmar is a Tucson native who came to TPD in 2000, shortly after graduating from the University of Arizona. He has served in multiple roles in the department, including as Deputy Chief, Chief of Staff, and Eastside Patrol Division Commander.The father of two boys, and an avid mountain biker, Chief Kasmar serves on the board of Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson, and has for the past 7 years.
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