DOJ Cites Widespread Problems in S.F. Police Department

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San Francisco police. Photo by Torbakhopper via Flickr

A six-month U.S. Justice Department investigation of the San Francisco Police Department prompted by the killing of Mario Woods and other fatal police shootings, concludes that the department does a poor job of tracking and investigating officers’ use of force, has ineffective antibias training and shields its disciplinary process from public view, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. “We found . . .

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