DOJ Civil Rights Division Reviews Its Police Reform Work

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The U.S. Department of Justice issued what it calls a comprehensive report on the Civil Rights Division’s police reform work under the 1994 federal crime law. DOJ said the report "is designed to serve as a resource for local law enforcement agencies and communities by making the division’s police reform work more accessible and transparent." It examines the history of the law, the methodology of "pattern . . .

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