The National Latino Peace Officers Association Endorses Mitzi Epstein
TEMPE – The National Latino Peace Officers Association (NLPOA) has endorsed Mitzi Epstein for the Arizona House of Representatives in District 18. The mission of the NLPOA is to eliminate discrimination in the criminal justice system by providing support and development for its members. Additionally, the group works with the community to reduce and prevent juvenile delinquency.
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“National Latino Peace Officers Association-Advocacy endorsed Mitzi Epstein for Arizona House of Representatives, because she has demonstrated the highest ideals of honor and integrity. Mitzi Epstein believes in the safety and security of our communities. She is committed to bridging the gap between law enforcement and our diverse local communities,” said Alan Alvarez, National Chair of National Latino Peace Officers Association – Advocacy.
“I am honored to have this endorsement,” said Mitzi Epstein. “The National Latino Peace Officers Association benefits all Arizonans by working with our communities to make them safer through communication with the people and increasing opportunities for our children. Including all stakeholders in the development of solutions has always been important to me, so I admire the work of the National Latino Peace Officers Association to help marginalized voices be heard.”
Mitzi Epstein is a computer systems analyst and small business owner. She has been a statewide public education leader for over 20 years, from serving on the Kyrene School District Governing Board to co-founding the Arizona Parents for PubLic Education Coalition. Mitzi is a leader who stands up for public schools and all Arizonans.