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In late 2008 and early 2009, Arpaio appeared in Smile... , a three-episode Fox Reality Channel series in which persons with outstanding warrants were tricked into presenting themselves for arrest.He has also banned inmates from possessing "sexually explicit material" including Playboy magazine, after female officers complained that inmates openly masturbated while viewing the articles.
He has been accused of abuse of power, misuse of funds, failure to investigate sex crimes, improper clearance of cases, unlawful enforcement of immigration laws, and election law violations, among others. Department of Justice concluded that Arpaio oversaw the worst pattern of racial profiling in U. history, and subsequently filed suit against him for unlawful discriminatory police conduct.Because of racial profiling, a Federal court monitor was appointed to oversee his office's operations. Starting in 2005, Arpaio took an outspoken stance against illegal immigration. Following his discharge in 1954, Arpaio moved to Washington, D. and became a police officer, moving in 1957 to Las Vegas, Nevada.In 2010, he became a flashpoint for opposition to Arizona's SB1070 anti-illegal immigrant law, which was largely struck down by the U. He served as a police officer in Las Vegas for six months before being appointed as a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, which later became part of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).After leaving the DEA, Arpaio became involved in a travel venture through his wife's travel agency Starworld Travel Agency, based out of Scottsdale.While there, he sold passage on the Phoenix E space rocket, which was hoped to take off from either Edwards Air Force Base or Vandenberg Air Force Base on the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' voyage to the new world.