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Much of Arizona’s criminal justice system is organized and functions at the municipal and county level. Aggregating the data to describe system activity for the state as a whole can mask important differences in crime and criminal justice system activity at the local level. In this report, data available on law enforcement, court, probation, and corrections activity impacting each county are compiled to give county-based criminal justice policymakers and practitioners an overview of crime and criminal justice system activity in their county.

Contributors
Arizona Criminal Justice Commission
Created Date
2014

In fiscal year 2012, St. David Unified School District’s student achievement was much higher than peer districts’, on average, and the District was reasonably efficient in most operational areas. The District’s administrative costs were much lower than peer districts’, but the District lacked sufficient accounting and computer controls. The District’s plant operations and transportation program were reasonably efficient overall. However, the District needs to accurately determine and report to the Arizona Department of Education its bus ridership information to help ensure the District is properly funded and to allow it the ability to calculate and monitor rider-based transportation performance measures. ...

Contributors
Arizona. Division of School Audits, Arizona. Office of the Auditor General, Arizona. Legislature
Created Date
2014-12

This report summarizes the results of an economic impact analysis of the Rosemont Copper Project, an open-pit mining operation to be developed on a 15,000 acre site in Pima County about 30 miles southeast of Tucson. The analysis employed the REMI PI+ regional economic forecasting model to estimate the economic impacts of the Project for the Cochise/Pima County/Santa Cruz Counties study area, for the State of Arizona, and for the United States.

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L. William Seidman Research Institute, Arizona. Department of Mines and Mineral Resources
Created Date
2009-11

This plan responds to key trends, emerging issues, and community visions and goals. The Plan includes strategies and actions for the years 2020 and 2040 to address identified transportation needs, while being sensitive to possible future funding constraints. This Final Report provides an overview of both the study effort and the work products developed throughout the planning process, which forms the basis for the final plan recommendations. The planning process analyzed the existing transportation system, land use and socioeconomic conditions within the study area; conducted in-depth local stakeholder interviews; developed future growth projections; provided opportunities for public input; and included ...

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URS Corporation, Arizona. Department of Transportation, Cochise County (Ariz.), et al.
Created Date
2012-09

This Land Use Survey, conducted for the Cochise County Planning Department, was designed to elicit citizen opinions about the future pattern of growth in Cochise County and land use issues in areas outside of City limits. This project is an initial step in the County’s "Envision 2020: Land Use Planning in Cochise County" process, developed to measure citizen opinions on how growth is currently managed in the County and how to manage future growth.

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FMR Associates, Cochise County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Zoning
Created Date
2007-06

This report was an effort shaped by the people of Cochise County to help distinguish the scope and face of current and future growth in Cochise County over a 10-year horizon. The overarching approach of the project was to provide forums encouraging citizens to participate in the development of a vision for their communities and the County as a whole.

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Cochise County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Zoning
Created Date
2008-09

The Cochise County Comprehensive Plan adopted in 1984 and last revised in 2011 serves to promote orderly and well-planned County growth. The Plan consists of a written document establishing land use, transportation, water conservation and public facility goals and polices and a series of maps that serve as a blueprint for the intensity and type of land uses expected near the incorporated cities and towns and in the outlying rural areas. Community and area plans are amendments to the Comprehensive Plan that address the future growth of a specific community or region of the County. They offer an opportunity for ...

Contributors
Cochise County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Zoning
Created Date
2011

Cochise County government staff compiled their first‐ever Strategic Plan. Every department and elected office participated in this process, providing valuable input on the current status of our operations, and, more importantly, how we can improve upon what we do. Our ultimate aim is the most efficient and effective delivery of services possible. This Strategic Plan will be reviewed on an annual basis to continually incorporate the evolving needs and desires of our constituents within the framework of county activities authorized or mandated by the state legislature.

Contributors
Cochise County (Ariz.). Board of Supervisors
Created Date
2011-04

The Cochise County Airport is playing an increasing role in the promotion and development of the City of Willcox and the Cochise County area. The master plan has a capital improvement program that responds to the needs and desires for the short and long term aviation forecasts for Cochise County.

Contributors
Bucher, Willis & Ratliff Corporation, Cochise County (Ariz.), Willcox (Ariz.)
Created Date
1997-12

The State And Local Arizona Documents (SALAD) collection contains documents published by the State of Arizona, its Counties, incorporated Cities or Towns, or affiliated Councils of Government; documents produced under the auspices of a state or local agency, board, commission or department, including reports made to these units; and Salt River Project, a licensed municipality. ASU is a primary collector of state publications and makes a concerted effort to acquire and catalog most materials published by state and local governmental agencies.

The ASU Digital Repository provides access to digital SALAD publications, however the ASU Libraries’ non-digitized Arizona documents can be searched through the ASU Libraries Catalog and Library One Search. For additional assistance, Ask A Government Documents Librarian.

Publications issued by the Morrison Institute for Public Programs at Arizona State University are available in the ASU Digital Repository Morrison Institute for Public Policy - Publications Archive collection.