Decades of Police Misconduct Files Destroyed in California


Apr 22, 2019 - 5:00

[caption id="attachment_73830" align="aligncenter" width="900"] (Shuttershock.com).[/caption] Several California cities shredded important police misconduct records before a landmark state transparency law went into effect in early January. The new law requires records of police misconduct and use of force to be available to the public. At least two local police departments opted to destroy records just before the law went into effect. The measure,

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