L.A. Center Helps Police Pursue Reform Plans

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http://www.fordfound.org/publications/ff_report/view_ff_report_detail.cfm?report_index=452 The public debate over civilian oversight of local police departments has simmered for years, usually prompted by brutality or corruption cases, says the Ford Foundation Report. It gained urgency in the 1990’s as government agencies paid increasing sums to settle police brutality claims. The 1994 federal anticrime law gave the Justice Department’s Civil Rights
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