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In the world of police reform, accountability for misconduct depends on transparency – and that kind of transparency exists in very few places. So when a state finally does open its files on police discipline, what do we learn?
We talk to Sukey Lewis and Sandhya Dirks, two reporters at KQED in San Francisco; their new podcast, On Our Watch, is a deep dive into the inner workings of the police disciplinary process.
police misconduct, accountability, transparency, policy, police discipline, policing reform, criminal justice
Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Criminology | Criminology and Criminal Justice | Law and Race | Law and Society | Law Enforcement and Corrections | Legal Profession | Race and Ethnicity | Social and Cultural Anthropology
David A. Harris,
Ep. - 141: Police Misconduct: On Our Watch,
Available at: https://scholarship.law.pitt.edu/criminal-injustice/6