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Department of Justice Says San Francisco Police Have ‘Institutionalized Bias’

After six months of investigating the San Francisco Police Department, the U.S. Department of Justice has found disparities in traffic stops, post-stop searches, and use of deadly force against African Americans, and implicit and institutionalized bias against minority groups. The investigation, prompted by the shooting death of Mario Woods at the hands of San Francisco […]
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