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cms3.tucsonaz.gov/prosecutor/diversion

To qualify for diversion, the defendant must plead guilty but the judgement and conviction is delayed such that the defendant can complete all diversion requirements, classes, counseling, conditions, program fees, and, if applicable, timely pay the victim ...

Telephone(520) 791-4216

lawforseniors.org/legalaidlisting.cfm

Law for seniors in an advocacy group committed to protecting low-income seniors.

Category:Elderly

lawforseniors.org/legalaidlisting.cfm

Law for seniors in an advocacy group committed to protecting low-income seniors.

Category:Elderly

www.pcao.pima.gov/dtap.aspx

The Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison (DTAP) Program enables drug addicted criminal defendants to plead guilty to an offense and then enter a residential, therapeutic community treatment system for three years as an alternative to a prison sentence. Th ...

www.pcao.pima.gov/resourcecenter.aspx

Provides applications, forms, brochures, guides, reports and notices concerning programs in Pima County.

Odyssey is a diversion program for men whose sexual choices have caused problems in their lives. Individuals may self-refer, be referred by the courts or by their medical/behavioral health professional.

Telephone(520) 798-3659

Doves program is a 13 session prostitution diversion program through Tucson City Court. The education series meets once weekly for 1.5 hours each week.

Telephone(520) 798-3659

www.pcao.pima.gov/communityjustice.aspx

Community Justice Boards (CJBs) operate on the principles of balanced and restorative justice while focusing primarily on juvenile accountability and building competencies for our youth and their families. Community Justice Boards are comprised of specia ...

Category:Youth Services
Telephone(520) 740-5611

www.pcao.pima.gov/communityjustice.aspx

Community Justice Boards (CJBs) operate on the principles of balanced and restorative justice while focusing primarily on juvenile accountability and building competencies for our youth and their families. Community Justice Boards are comprised of specia ...

Category:Youth Services
Telephone(520) 740-5611

www.azdhs.gov/diro/tribal/

The purpose of the Native American Liaison position is to serve as an advocate, resource, and communication link between the Department and Arizona's Native American health care community. Additionally, the Native American Liaison serves as an internal re ...

Telephone(602) 364-1041

www.azdhs.gov/diro/tribal/

The purpose of the Native American Liaison position is to serve as an advocate, resource, and communication link between the Department and Arizona's Native American health care community. Additionally, the Native American Liaison serves as an internal re ...

Telephone(602) 364-1041

cms3.tucsonaz.gov/oeop

The Office of Equal Opportunity Programs (OEOP) implements and enforces equity policy for the City of Tucson. Specifically,the office investigates allegations of discrimination in employment, public accommodation, and housing based on race, color, nation ...

Category:Complaints
Telephone(520) 791-4593

cms3.tucsonaz.gov/oeop

The Office of Equal Opportunity Programs (OEOP) implements and enforces equity policy for the City of Tucson. Specifically,the office investigates allegations of discrimination in employment, public accommodation, and housing based on race, color, nation ...

Category:Complaints
Telephone(520) 791-4593

www.ica.state.az.us/Labor/Labor_main.aspx

Has jurisdiction in four areas: resolution of disputes involving wages, youth employment law enforcement, licensing of private employment agencies that charge fees to applicants, and the state minimum wage.

Category:Youth Services
Telephone(520) 628-5459

www.ica.state.az.us/Labor/Labor_main.aspx

Has jurisdiction in four areas: resolution of disputes involving wages, youth employment law enforcement, licensing of private employment agencies that charge fees to applicants, and the state minimum wage.

Category:Youth Services
Telephone(520) 628-5459

legal.asua.arizona.edu/Legal_Sevices/Home.html

Student Legal Services is a service offered to all currently enrolled students of the University of Arizona. The program is sponsored by the Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA) and supported by ASUA funds. There is no charge to student ...

Telephone(520) 621-2782

If your vehicle was stored for safekeeping, you must present proof of owner-ship to whoever towed your vehicle: Pima County Sheriff’s Department: (520) 351-6105 Department of Public Safety: (520) 746-4500 Marana Police Department: (520) 382-2000 Oro V ...

Category:1. Arrest

www.pimasheriff.org

The Sheriff’s Department’s website is loaded with helpful information. Here are just a few things you can do through the website: - Obtain crime statistics for your area or anywhere in unincorporated Pima County - Get a copy of a Police Report - File c ...

This program is offered in Ajo, Arizona. When you register you will be able to choose either a morning or an evening phone call from the Sheriff’s Department to check on your welfare. If you do not answer the phone, a member of the Ajo Sheriff’s Auxiliary ...

Telephone1-520-387-8531

This program is offered in Ajo, Arizona. When you register you will be able to choose either a morning or an evening phone call from the Sheriff’s Department to check on your welfare. If you do not answer the phone, a member of the Ajo Sheriff’s Auxiliary ...

Telephone1-520-387-8531