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Resource ID: #28947
Source:Jesse Marx, Katy Stegall, Lyle Moran
Affiliation:Voice of San Diego, MediaNews Group, McClatchy, USA Today Network, Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting, Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley, Bay Area News Group
Over the last decade, more than 600 cops in California, including dozens in San Diego, have been convicted of crimes. After DUIs and other alcohol-related offenses, domestic violence was among the most common charge, but those cases often ended in plea deals for minor offenses like property damage incurred during the altercations, or noise violations. At least one San Diego police officer convicted of battering his spouse is still on the force – and police confirmed he was allowed to continue responding to domestic violence calls after the incident. State law allows officers with restraining orders or certain domestic violence convictions to continue carrying guns.