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Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - June 18, 2021

AATA Law Enforcement Subcommittee - June 3rd, 2021 (Virtual Meeting)

AATA Public Awareness Subcommittee - May 6th, 2021

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - March 19, 2021

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - January 15, 2021

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - November 20, 2020

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - September 18, 2020

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-Law Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting - June 11th, 2020

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - June 19th, 2020

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - March 13, 2020

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - January 17, 2020

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AZ Auto Theft Authority kicks off campaign to end vehicle crimes during holidays GLENDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Car thieves are on the prowl this time of year, preying on unsuspecting holiday shoppers

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - November 15, 2019

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - September 20th, 2019

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - According to a state police report, there were 18,262 cars stolen in Arizona during 2017. Among those, some cars are more heavily targeted. The Arizona Automobile Theft
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TUCSON – A grand jury indicted a Tucson woman for stealing identities to purchase and rent vehicles, according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office. Randi Marie Hartjen stole the identities of 6

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-General Board Meeting - June 14th, 2019

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority-Law Enforcement Subcommittee - May 2, 2019

AATA Board Meeting- March 15, 2019

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Mohave Valley Daily News Grand theft auto prevention BULLHEAD CITY — George Staten decided not to give would-be car thieves the slightest reason to target him. Staten had the Vehicle Identification

January 9, 2019 - AATA Board Meeting Minutes Jan 9th, 2019

Nov 16, 2018 - Board Meeting Minutes Signed - AATA

January 25, 2019- AATA General Board Meeting

This meeting had 4 separate files for audio the links are below. 

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January 9, 2019- AATA General Board Meeting

Sept 21st, 2018 - Board Meeting Minutes Signed - AATA

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority November 16, 2018 - Board Meeting

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority May 18, 2018 Board Meeting Agenda

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority May 18, 2018 Board Meeting Minutes

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority July 27, 2018 Board Meeting Minutes

KTAR About the episode 50-Info 07/15/2018 Fred Zumbo, Director Arizona Auto Theft Authority Published Jul 13, 2018 8:34 AM More info about the episode About the show 5-0 Info Police officers answer
Lake Powell Life News- The Watch Your Car decal program is a free, voluntary program whereby Arizona vehicle owners enroll their vehicles with the Arizona Automobile Theft Authority. The vehicle is
ABC 15 It's a program that has been around for decades, but with trends showing an increase in the number of car thefts and break-ins throughout Arizona, the state's Auto Theft Authority is hoping to

Sept 21st, 2018 - Board Meeting - AATA

12 NewsThe Arizona Automobile Theft Authority says it’s reviving an anti-theft program that has been dormant for years.“It’s theft prevention. It’s a deterrent,” said the authority’s director Fred

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority July 27, 2018 - Board Meeting

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority -January 19th, 2018 Meeting Minutes

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority March 16th Board Meeting Minutes

Arizona Automobile Theft Authority November 17, 2018 Meeting Minutes

Arizona Daily Sun -Governor vetoes grab-bag of bills Wednesday...- Providing more latitude for how the Arizona Automobile Theft Authority spends money that it has. The governor said he wants a larger
Cronkite News- Arizona PBS 03/23/2018 - Video link- Story starts at 8:23.
ABC 15PHOENIX - Arizona is accelerating in the wrong direction when it comes to auto theft rates. According to the Arizona Automobile Theft Authority, our rate increased by more than 8 percent in the

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