Ariz. chief aims to make town's police elite
By Eric Graf
BUCKEYE, Ariz. — The Buckeye Police Department is making strides to transcend its sagging image after months of internal rifts, a police-chief search infused with politics and a lieutenant's messy departure.
The force may still lack a permanent leader, but interim Chief Mark Mann, who is in the running for the permanent post, has been busy working to stabilize the department and to draw talent.
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