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October 15, 2019

With news of the arrest of the latest egregious and senseless murder of an innocent black person by a police officer, the debut of a USA Today investigation into police misconduct is not only timely but sheds light on what kinds of people are putting on the badge and how they are trained and why it needs improvement; Why did Georgia college students burn the books of a Latina author?; and Just when we thought apps couldn’t be more innovative The Washington Post creates just that. Check out the stories…

USA Today investigation uncovers reason why 30,000 police officers in 44 states were banned for misconduct in ongoing nationwide accountability project where public can still help

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