Some California police departments don’t investigate their own officers’ use of deadly force

November 17, 2019

A new state transparency law, Senate Bill 1421, that’s opened internal investigation documents for the first time in decades is providing a key insight into the long-hidden world of California policing: Not all agencies review how their officers acted — and whether they violated department policies — when they kill or badly injure someone.

 

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