http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2001766277_police15m.html Representatives of civil-rights and minority organizations have voiced frustration with the Seattle's police-discipline system. The Seattle Times reports that they urged City Council members to push for more public oversight in contract talks with the police. "The city continues to negotiate rights away from the public," said Harriett Walden of Mothers for Police Accountability. Walden and others said the city has allowed the police union too much control over how officers are investigated. They urged the city . . .
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