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Decades-old bad cop database underused, underfunded

Mr. Bickel goes on to say:

" This supposedly “new” idea has actually been around for two decades. It is inexcusable that it has not been embraced by law enforcement leaders, adequately funded and put to use protecting police departments and the communities they serve from rogue cops."

You can read the full article here:  Baltimore Sun Op Ed by Karl Bickel

 

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