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The meeting comes as the Department of Justice drafts a possible court challenge to Arizona's new law. Holder has voiced concern with the policy, and the police chiefs who met with him for about an hour Tuesday morning -- including Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck whose city boycotted Arizona -- appeared to back him up.
Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villasenor said the law will create a "fracture" between police and the communities they serve as well as "severely strain our resources."
"When you talk about sheriffs, you're talking about elected officials, as opposed to appointed officials," he said. "That changes the perspective that you have when you come to a problem."