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Recent Marketing for the SFPD’s “Professional Standards and Principled Policing Bureau”

TweetHere it is: And here it is: Professional Standards and Principled Policing Bureau Deputy Chief Michael Connolly The Professional Standards and Principled Policing Bureau was established in February 2016, to oversee the proposed use of force reforms, as well as to coordinate efforts of the Police Department with the United States Department of Justice Collaborative […]
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