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Shaun Pfund

Detective

Pima County Public Library

HQ Phone:  (520) 594-5600

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Pima County Public Library

101 N. Stone Ave.

Tucson, Arizona,85701

United States

Company Description

The Pima Library Foundation (PLF) is a non-profit organization formed in 1999 to ensure the continuing vitality and excellence of our library system by developing and sustaining a permanent endowment fund for the long term benefit of the Pima County Public Lib... more.

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Employment History

Detective

Pima County


Adjunct Instructor - Criminal Justice

Brown Mackie College, Tucson, Arizona


Adjunct Instructor

ITT Technical Institute


Law Enforcement Liasion

Missing in America Veterans Recovery Program


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Meet the Security Awareness Panel for the Southwest Security Conference! | ARIZONA INFRAGARD

www.phoenixinfragard.net [cached]

Shaun Pfund is a Detective for the Pima County Attorney's Office in Tucson, AZ.
He presently assists the Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department with the development of their Security Department and comprehensive Security Policies for the organization. He is a certified Law Enforcement Officer with 25 years experience and has attended a broad scope of training over the course of his career. He has a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y. . Shaun attended the FBI Citizens Academy and also is a Criminal Justice Adjunct Instructor for ITT Technical College in Tucson, AZ.


WaterWorld - Sewer cop's task is to nab overflow-causing vandals

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Shaun Pfund is a former New York City narcotics detective who moved to Arizona for family reasons.He had been working for the DARE program in Sierra Vista and teaching forensics at Pima Community College.He wanted to get back into investigations, and he cares about the environment."The environmental impact on our county in this area is important," Pfund said.Pfund works for the County Attorney's Office, which was responsible for making the hire, but his salary is paid by the Wastewater Management Department.As maintenance of the sewer lines has improved, the number of sewer overflows is going down, but vandalism accounts for a larger percentage of overflows."They go into a site, they touch stuff, they move stuff, they discard stuff," Pfund said.Pfund said sewer lines are much smaller than people think and even a basketball can wreak havoc.He's investigating a case in which a stereo console was dropped down a manhole."It's very much like a general investigation," he said."You go to the site and look for witnesses.We have a lead, and we're looking for an individual to get more information."When someone is caught, there could be both criminal charges and civil damages."You have a twofold effect," Pfund said.


Sewer cop's task is to nab overflow-causing vandals | www.azstarnet.com ®

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Shaun Pfund is a former New York City narcotics detective who moved to Arizona for family reasons.He had been working for the DARE program in Sierra Vista and teaching forensics at Pima Community College.He wanted to get back into investigations, and he cares about the environment. "The environmental impact on our county in this area is important," Pfund said.Pfund works for the County Attorney's Office, which was responsible for making the hire, but his salary is paid by the Wastewater Management Department. As maintenance of the sewer lines has improved, the number of sewer overflows is going down, but vandalism accounts for a larger percentage of overflows. "They go into a site, they touch stuff, they move stuff, they discard stuff," Pfund said. Pfund said sewer lines are much smaller than people think and even a basketball can wreak havoc. He's investigating a case in which a stereo console was dropped down a manhole. "It's very much like a general investigation," he said."You go to the site and look for witnesses.We have a lead, and we're looking for an individual to get more information." When someone is caught, there could be both criminal charges and civil damages. "You have a twofold effect," Pfund said.


Corrections | www.azstarnet.com ®

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â- A story on B1 Friday misidentified where county sewer investigator Shaun Pfund teaches.He teaches at ITT Technical Institute.


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