Tucson Cops Rarely Disciplined for Excessive-Force Complaints

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Just seven of the 186 excessive-force complaints filed against Tucson police officers in the past five years were ruled valid, putting the department within the national average, reports the Arizona Daily Star. In those seven cases, five officers were suspended and two others were referred for counseling or other corrective action. The remaining 179 complaints . . .

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