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Chief Deputy

Phone: (520) ***-****  
Email: c***@***.gov
Pima County
1750 E. Benson Highway
Tucson , Arizona 85714
United States

Company Description: Pima County Junior Soccer League (PCJSL) is made up of its member clubs and there is a club for every player. We have 12 clubs serving Southern Arizona. Through...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Southern Arizona Child Advocacy Center


  • Public Administration
    University of Texas at El Paso
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The Greater Tucson Leadership Governing Board - Greater Tucson Leadership, 15 Oct 2015 [cached]
Chris Nanos, Pima County Sheriff's Department
"These inmates that come here they ... [cached]
"These inmates that come here they get medical, dental, food, housing, clothing, it adds up," said Pima County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Chris Nanos.
He says in comparison, the total monthly cost for an electronic ankle monitor is only $11.
Pima County Jail uses gps monitoring
With the electronic monitoring program, he says those same inmates would just go home at night or on weekends saving the county thousands of dollars.
"This is definitely a cost savings," said Nanos.
"These are inmates that are low level offenders," said Nanos. "There is some trust there that's bestowed upon them to do the right thing and so this system works."
By low level offenders, Nanos says they committed crimes like shoplifting, fraud or credit card abuse. The county has very strict criteria and won't even consider DUI related offenses for this program.
The county is working with the court system to provide this as an alternative to jail and says they currently have the capacity to place 100 inmates in the electronic monitoring program. As of the program's launch April 20, they have two inmates in the program but are evaluating others that may fit the criteria.
"If they're at home, they're with their families, they're taking care of things they need to take care of," said Nanos.
"The bag is very important to ... [cached]
"The bag is very important to us," said Capt. Chris Nanos, head of the Pima County Sheriff's Department's criminal investigations division. "What was in that bag and is there any relevance?"
"What if he wrote a note that says, 'Hey, I'm going to go do these things and I know it's wrong but I'm still going to do them,'? Nanos said.
Pima County Chief Rick Kastigar and Nanos told the AP they also found notes with the words "Die, bitch," which they believe referenced Giffords, and "Die, cops."
Pima County Sheriff's Department :: January 2014 Field Release, 1 Jan 2014 [cached]
New Chief Deputy - Christopher Nanos:
A position empty for 12 years, Sheriff Clarence W. Dupnik is proud to have promoted Christopher G. Nanos to Chief Deputy on Jan. 19, 2014.
As the Chief Deputy, Nanos will be responsible for the overall management of the Department, reporting directly to the Sheriff. This promotion marks the first time since 2002 the position of Chief Deputy has been filled.
Chief Deputy Nanos has served in each of the Department's four bureaus as he rose through the ranks. He brings nearly 40 years of law enforcement experience to his new role, with a strong emphasis in criminal investigations, particularly in violent crimes and narcotics. He will be second in command of more than 1,500 employees.
He began his law enforcement career as a police officer in the El Paso Police Department in 1976 before joining the Pima County Sheriff's Department as a Corrections Officer in 1984. He was promoted to Deputy Sheriff later that year. Chief Deputy Nanos worked as a patrol deputy and a detective in the Sex Crimes and Homicide Units prior to his promotion to sergeant in 1992, where he had a strong focus on drug interdiction. In 1999 he was promoted to lieutenant and oversaw the Green Valley and Rincon Patrol Districts, Internal Affairs, and Criminal Investigations. In 2009, Chief Deputy Nanos was promoted to the rank of captain and led the Criminal Investigations Division. In May 2013, he was promoted to Chief of the Investigations Bureau. He has received repeated recognition for his dedication and community work, to include volunteering for Special Olympics, working with homeowner associations and neighborhood groups, and serving as a past Board member for the Southern Arizona Child Advocacy Center.
Chief Deputy Christopher Nanos
Chief Deputy Christopher Nanos
Pima County Sheriff's Department :: Organization Charts, 22 April 2015 [cached]
Christopher Nanos
Chief Deputy
Chris Nanos
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