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New legislation that has been proposed would require the Special Investigations Unit to report publicly on its investigations, including when it determines that charges against an officer are not warranted. Do you think this would encourage systemic change?
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Total Votes: 53
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Yes, the SIU should provide the public with explanations of why charges against an officer are not warranted if a civilian is seriously injured or dies.
No, this information should be kept internal to the investigative bodies and is not necessary to disclose to the public.
Start Voting: 11/27/2017|End Voting: 12/4/2017

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