To Protect and Serve

Allegations of excessive force on the force

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Law enforcement has faced growing skepticism about their ability to keep the peace. In this editorial, we take a  serious look at how police departments and city leaders across the Bay Area can effectively address allegations of abuse of power and help foster both officer accountability and public confidence.

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