Phoenix Police Chief Jack Harris Moving to City Hall? New Times Sources Say That's What's Going Down

Sources tells New Times that city officials have been behind closed doors all day trying to figure out what's next after police finally admitted there are inaccuracies with the agency's reported U.S.-Mexico border related kidnapping statistics.

The word now is that Phoenix Police Chief Jack Harris will move to City Hall and retain his other title of Public Safety Manager. And sources tell New Times that Executive Assistant Chief Joe Yahner will serve as Acting Police Chief.
New Times left a message for Toni Maccarone, a city spokeswoman who was not immediately available for comment

Check back for updates.

And, meantime, read previous posts on questions surrounding Phoenix kidnapping statistics and how Phoenix police handled inquiries about their veracity:

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