Cincinnati Official Calls Police Peer Review ‘Essentially Broke’

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When a Cincinnati police officer violates policy. including possibly using excessive force, the officer's proposed punishment is judged by a panel of fellow officers. That system, known as "peer review" is "essentially broke," says the Cincinnati Police Department's second-ranking officer, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. That broken peer review system has caused "order and discipline" issues . . .

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