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“Complainant” means any person, including a member of the public, MCSO deputy,detention officer, civilian employee, or posse member, who makes a complaintagainst MCSO;f.
“Complaint” means any allegation of improper conduct made by a member of the public or MCSO personnel regarding MCSO services, policy or procedure, thatalleges dissatisfaction with or misconduct by MCSO personnel;g.
“Order” means this Order;h.
“County” means Maricopa County, including its agents and employees;i.
“Court” means the United States District Judge for the District of Arizona presidingover this case; j.
“Defendants” means defendants in the above-captioned action, i.e., Joseph M. Arpaio,in his official capacity as Sheriff of Maricopa County, and the MCSO;k.
“Deputy” or “deputy” means any sworn law enforcement officer employed by or working for MCSO, including Supervisors, patrol and reserve officers;l.
“Discipline” means a personnel action for violation of any law, regulation, rule, or MCSO policy, including, but not limited to, an admonishment, written reprimand,suspension, demotion or termination;m.
“Discriminatory Policing” means selective enforcement or non-enforcement of thelaw, including the selecting or rejecting of particular policing tactics or strategies, based on a person’s actual or perceived race or ethnicity. Discriminatory Policingdoes not include using a person’s race or ethnicity in any reliable suspect-specificdescription or for purposes of data collection;n.
“District” refers to one of the seven police service areas of MCSO;o.
“Effective Date” means the day this Order is entered by the Court; p.
“Exigent Circumstances” means emergencies in which a reasonable person would believe that imminent death or bodily harm to a person or persons or the destructionof evidence is likely or as otherwise defined by law;q.
“EIS” means Early Identification System;
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