Republican Trent Humphries has been hosting healthcare forums as part of his campaign for an Legislative District 26 House seat. This weekend, he shifts gears to public safety with panel that will include local law enforcement officers and Mike Andrews, assistant director of Homeland Security in the Office of Counternarcotics Enforcement.
Also in attendance: Republican Brad Roach, a former Pima County prosecutor who is now running for Pima County attorney against incumbent Democrat Barbara LaWall.
Panelists will discuss local crime rates and the audience will be able to weigh in on smuggling, assault, car theft and other safety and security issues affecting Southern Arizona.
The Crime, Border Security and Safety Forum will be at 6 p.m. Sunday, July 6, at the Pima County Public Works Conference Room C, 201 N. Stone. Free parking is available at the Pima County Public Works parking garage.