LEOs not reporting police shooting/custody deaths still using their DOJ grant money and MRAPS — FORENSICS and LAW in FOCUS @ CSIDDS | News and Trends


The disonant (or maybe permissive) Department of Justice federal oversight of local law enforcement agencies seems to rival a tragicomedy versions of “who’s on first?” Or more impolitely, the boondoggle. The decades-long sharing of military equipment with police ( 1033 program since 1991) has taken on a newer life of its own via in-depth journalism spearheaded […]

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