PHOENIX (AP) -- Officials are scheduled to vote Wednesday on paying the first installment of nearly $22 million in estimated taxpayer costs for complying with a racial profiling ruling against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office.
Officials are expected to give Arpaio's office $7.6 million for the remainder of the current fiscal year that ends June 30.
The remaining $14.2 million are expected to be paid in the following year.
In May, a judge ruled Arpaio's office singled out Latinos in its regular traffic and immigration patrols.
Those who filed the case didn't seek monetary damages and instead wanted a declaration that Arpaio's office engaged in profiling.
Compliance costs include the expense of installing video cameras in patrol vehicles and training to ensure officers aren't making unconstitutional arrests.