Federal Consent Decrees on Police Have Positive Results

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Over the nearly 20 years the U.S. Justice Department has gone to court to force changes in police agencies in more than two dozen cities, the results have largely been positive, according to data and criminologists, the Los Angeles Times reports. Some police say the government agreements with cities have cost too much and taken too long to implement. Some activists say the . . .

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