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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 also banned inmates from possessing "sexually explicit material" including Playboy magazine, after female officers complained that inmates openly masturbated while viewing the articles.
During the summer of 2003, when outside temperatures exceeded 110 °F (43 °C), Arpaio said to complaining inmates, "It's 120 degrees in Iraq and the soldiers are living in tents and they didn't commit any crimes, so shut your mouths! One of Arpaio's public relations actions was the requirement that inmates wear pink underwear in order to prevent its theft by the released inmates.
He claimed this saved the county ,000 in the first year the rule was in effect.
In 2010, he became a flashpoint for opposition to Arizona's SB1070 anti-illegal immigrant law, which was largely struck down by the U. A Federal court monitor was appointed to oversee his office's operations because of complaints of racial profiling. Over the course of his career Arpaio was the subject of several federal civil rights lawsuits.
In one case he was a defendant in a decade-long suit in which a federal court issued an injunction barring him from conducting further "immigration round-ups".
In November 2010, Arpaio created an armed illegal immigration operations posse to help his deputies enforce immigration law.
Members of the posse included actors Steven Seagal, Lou Ferrigno, and Peter Lupus. His practices were criticized by government agencies such as the United States Department of Justice; United States District Courts; and organizations such as Amnesty International, These cases were reported as "exceptionally cleared" (solved) by the MCSO without investigation or, in one instance, without even identifying a suspect – in contravention of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) standards for exceptional clearance.
While providing police services for El Mirage, Arizona, the MCSO under Arpaio failed to follow through on at least 32 reported child molestations, even though the suspects were known in all but six cases.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 in Scottsdale.Many of the victims were children of illegal immigrants.In a controversial case, Arpaio's office was accused of ignoring Sabrina Morrison, a teenage girl suffering from a mental disability.