Doubts Raised About ‘Early Warning Systems’ to Catch Police Misconduct

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“Early warning systems” used by many police departments around the country to flag “at-risk” officers who demonstrate a pattern of inappropriate behavior need a serious overhaul, according to a report released this week by the nonprofit organization CNA Analysis & Solutions. The systems are used by over 39 percent of municipal and county law enforcement
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