Navajo Cops takes you inside the unique world of a mostly rural Law Enforcement Agency, facing a struggle with big city crime, while also navigating a world steeped in centuries old traditions, and a long and proud heritage. Each episode takes you inside the lives of the Navajo People, their history and culture, and the challenges the tribe faces today. Navajo Cops exposes the viewers to a world they have never seen and provides a deeper understanding of the issues that "First Peoples" face in the 21st Century.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Navajo Cops - Gun laws in Arizona - Netflix
Firearm laws in Arizona regulate the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition in the state of Arizona in the United States.
Navajo Cops - State preemption - Netflix
The Arizona legislature has largely preempted political subdivisions (counties, cities) to choose what laws that they want. Political subdivisions may regulate the carrying of weapons by juveniles or by their own employees or contractors when such employees or contractors are acting within the course and scope of their employment or contract. They may also bar the carrying of weapons at public establishments and events by those who do not have concealed carry permits. Public establishments and events where carry by non-permit holders is prohibited must provide secure storage for weapons on-site, which must be readily accessible upon entry and allow for immediate retrieval upon exit.
Navajo Cops - References - Netflix