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Will police reform advocates be gaveled down again?

June 10, 2016
Author: 
David Kroman

Crosscut - "In 2014, the citizen advisory body released 55 recommendations to improve accountability in the Seattle Police Department. Those recommendations include opening more avenues for the public to complain about excessive use of force by police officers, posting the results of investigations online, changing the department’s mediation process, establishing a more uniform discipline process, and strengthening appeals hearings.

Two years later, the CPC is still waiting to see when (and if) the most significant of those recommendations will ever go into effect."

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