The ACLU of Arizona Publications
As part of our work in the defense of civil liberties, the ACLU of Arizona issues reports, position papers, booklets and advocacy materials that study and note developments in civil liberties. Below is a listing of some of our publications organized by issue.
- Protecting What Works: Juvenile Diversion in Maricopa County, July 2011
- A Force to be Reckoned With: Taser use and policies in 20 Arizona law enforcement agencies
- The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) 2011 Electronic Control Weapon Guidelines Report
- What's Happened to Free Speech? - This 15-page publication includes numerous free-speech cases the ACLU has worked on.
- Information on Phoenix camping ordinences and other Know Your Rights information for those who are Homeless in Phoenix.
- The ACLU of Arizona honored International Human Rights Day by joining advocates and allies from across Arizona to deliver messages of hope and solidarity to detainees held at Pinal County Jail.
- Detention Report 2011: In Their Own Words: Enduring Abuse in Arizona Immigration Detention Centers
- A Snapshot of Immigration Detention in Arizona
- Read the Rights of Immigrant Day Laborers
- Rights of Immigrants in a Workplace Raid: A Resource for Communities Before, During and After a Raid: This bi-lingual handbook informs people about their rights during a workplace raid in Arizona. The handbook, which is the first of its kind in Arizona, also provides general information about what workers, families, and communities can do to prepare for a raid, and steps they can take after a raid. Oprime aquí para bajar esta guia en Español.
- ACLU Border Rights (English)
- ACLU Border Rights (Spanish)
- FAQ Defending the 14th Amendment (en Espanol)
- Driving While Black or Brown: An Analysis of Racial Profiling in Arizona: Oprime aquí para bajar este análisis en Español.
- Summary of School to Prison Pipeline issues in Arizona
- Know Your Rights When Encountering Law Enforcement. (en Español)
- Students' Rights Handbook: A Manual for Arizona Public High School Students
- Voter Empowerment Card - This voter empowerment card is a must have reference about your voting rights on election day. Click here to download.
- Breaking Barriers to the Ballot is a report that explores felony disfranchisement laws in Arizona and intends to provide a more comprehensive picture of the voting rights removal and restoration processes. In Arizona, an estimated 176,103 persons - most of whom have fully served their felony sentences - are barred from the polls. Read the executive summary.
- ACLU of Arizona Report on Provisional Ballots
- General Information on Felony Disenfranchisement in Arizona