By RUSSELL CONTRERAS
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy is holding an emergency meeting over concerns that Attorney General Gary King's office isn't aggressively going after the certifications of disciplined police officers.
The emergency meeting is scheduled Tuesday at the Albuquerque Police Academy
The Albuquerque Journal recently reported that at least 60 police officers statewide, who have been disciplined or fired by their departments, are still licensed to carry badges and guns, and can work for another agency.
New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy officials blame King, chair of academy's board, for not making the state's case for sanctions against those troubled officers during administrative hearings.