Lax Oversight Allows ‘Problem Cops’ to Get New Jobs

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A motorist in Inkster, Mi., was beaten in 2015 by William Melendez, an officer known widely as “Robocop.” Melendez, an officer with a checkered history, never should have been on the streets that night, the Detroit Free Press reports. A Free Press investigation found he’s a prime example of how lax oversight of police officers in Michigan puts citizens . . .

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