Maricopa County Board Blocks Auditors…

Mari­co­pa Coun­ty offi­cials have not ful­ly com­plied with the State Senate’s elec­tion audit sub­poe­nas, a deci­sion made to avoid caus­ing a “sig­nif­i­cant secu­ri­ty risk” to data uti­lized by numer­ous law enforce­ment agen­cies, the Mari­co­pa Coun­ty Attorney’s Office said Monday.

“We had pre­vi­ous­ly believed that the risk would be elim­i­nat­ed by redact­ing the law enforce­ment data on the routers and not pro­duc­ing it. But we were informed that redac­tion did not elim­i­nate the risk,” Deputy Coun­ty Attor­ney Joseph LaRue wrote in a let­ter to Sen­ate Audit Liai­son Ken Ben­nett. “We also learned that if crim­i­nal ele­ments or oth­ers gained access to this data, it might com­pro­mise coun­ty and fed­er­al law enforce­ment efforts and put the lives of law enforce­ment per­son­nel at risk.”

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