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Resource ID: #23264
Subject: Police
Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer
Date: 2007-01-14



"Cleveland Police Supervisors reviewed 4,427 incidents in which police used non-deadly force in the last four years and determined the officers were justified in every case." Experts told the Plain Dealer that a 100 percent rate of justified force happens when officials "rubber stamp, rather than investigate them." The Plain Dealer's three stories include a profile of Martin Rudin, whose statistics indicate he ranks high both in using force and in citizen complaints. Also, the package includes diagrams showing where the most incidents occurred, as well as the officers who used force the most, according to the police database.

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