The Albuquerque, N.M., police department has been under a reform agreement with the Department of Justice since 2014, after an investigation following a string of controversial police killings found the department had violated the Constitution and demonstrated “patterns of excessive force.” The agreement called for changes to the department’s policies on use of force, training and transparency, as well ongoing review by civilian panels and an independent monitor, but the department has repeatedly failed to comply with reforms . . .
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