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Resource ID: #2747
Subject: Justice: Policing the Police
Source: Ft_Worth_IRE_Annual_2006Roger Goldman;Ted Gest (moderator);Tanya Eiserer;Susan Sward
Affiliation: St. Louis University;Criminal Justice Journalists;The Dallas Morning News;San Francisco Chronicle
Date: 2006

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Description

Goldman explains how law enforcement officers are regulated by an agency typically called peace officer standards and training boards, or POSTs. This agency licenses law enforcement professionals and can revoke their licenses when necessary. He provides other standards, laws and grounds for revocation, suggests topics for journalists to consider when reporting on the subject, and also gives examples of some great news stories that have addressed the performance of the state POSTs agencies.

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