Auto theft funds sacrificed for border strike force project

VirTra Systems- Judgmental Use-Of-Force & Firearms Simulator
VirTra Systems- Judgmental Use-Of-Force & Firearms Simulator

By Gary Grado | Arizona Capitol Times

In approving the fiscal-year 2017 state budget May 4, lawmakers swept funds dedicated for combating auto theft and processing concealed weapons permits to pay for use-of-force simulators and a border task force.

Fred Zumbo, executive director of the Arizona Automobile Theft Authority, said his agency’s $3 million sweep, which is earmarked for the Arizona Border Strike Force, is going to affect the number of programs his agency offers.

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