http://www.freep.com/news/locway/probe11_20030611.htm The U.S. Justice Department will appoint a federal monitor to oversee the troubled Detroit Police Department, and will announce Thursday whether it will seek a court order imposing costly changes, according to the Detroit Free Press. The announcement is expected to end a 30-month civil rights probe into the department that began after the Free Press reported that Detroit led the nation's large cities in the number of per-capita shootings of citizens by police. The appointment . . .
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