Can law enforcement investigate their own in a fair and impartial way?
As police departments around the country weather calls for reform, and are challenged by Department of Justice consent decrees as a result of high-profile cases involving alleged racial bias, one muscular wing of law enforcement has been playing a pivotal—but often little noticed role-- in determining how fast (and whether) police behavior changes.
Police unions have increasingly gone to bat for members who are accused of . . .
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