The Ethics, Standards and Training Board is established consisting of the following voting members:
- Two constables from counties with a population of less than one million persons who are appointed by the Arizona association of counties.
- Two constables from counties with a population of one million or more persons who are appointed by the Arizona association of counties.
- One superior court judge who is appointed by the chief justice of the Supreme Court.
- One justice of the peace who is appointed by the chief justice of the Supreme Court.
- One county administrator who is appointed by the county supervisors association.
- One sheriff who is appointed by the governor.
- One member of the public who is appointed by the governor.
Terms of the board members are four years, except that the initial terms of two constables, the superior court judge, the county administrator and the sheriff are two years. If a member ceases to hold the position that qualified the member for the appointment, the member's membership terminates and the appointing authority pursuant to subsection fills the vacancy for the unexpired term.
The board shall hear and investigate written complaints from any person involving a constable's ethical or personal conduct. The board shall attempt to remedy a constable's inappropriate behavior by:
- Issuing warnings, reprimands or admonishments.
- Instructing constables to take particular action to correct behavior or to take educational courses.
- Urging a constable to retire from office.
- If the board is not satisfied with the remedies prescribed by subsection D the board shall submit a report to the county attorney's office in the county in which the conduct at issue occurred.
For more information about the Ethics, Standards and Training Board, Visit their website at http://cestb.az.gov