Lyle Mann, executive director of the Peace Officer Standards and Training Board, explains Wednesday the key elements that will be included in instructing police when they can question people they stop about their immigration status. But key elements of the plan -- including exactly what constitutes "reasonable suspicion -- have yet to be developed.
Gov. Jan Brewer, a year ago, signing SB 1070 into law. While portions of the measure have been enjoined by a federal judge, she believes the legislation has had a positive effect.
FILE PHOTO -- This undated photo taken from video and provided by KSAZ-TV FOX 10, shows U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton on the bench in Phoenix, Ariz. Bolton, a former state court judge appointed to the federal bench in 2000 by President Bill Clinton, will decide whether to block Arizona's sweeping new immigration law, which requires police, while enforcing other laws, to question a person's immigration status if officers have a reasonable suspicion that the person is in the country illegally. (AP Photo/KSAZ-TV FOX 10)
This file photo shows Maricopa County Sheriff's Detention officers Ralphaelita Montoya, right, and Victor Navarette, beginning the initial on-scene processing of a suspected illegal immigrant, in Wickenburg. Jan. 23, 2007