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Resource ID: #17240
Subject: Police
Source: Detroit Free Press
Date: 2000-05-15



The series analyzed FBI data and found out that 'The Detroit Police department leads the nation's largest cities in its officers' rate of fatal shootings...Police executives have failed to create a comprehensive risk management program to identify problem officers, practices and policies that have cost the city nearly $ 124 million since 1987." The investigative team dissected a dozen questionable police shootings, "revealing how detectives ignored evidence and witnesses in their haste to clear officers." After the four-part series had been produced, the reporters obtained a copy and published the findings of a secret report that documented the Detroit Police Department's shortcomings.

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