Roundtable: Alarming Rate Of Law Enforcement Officers With Criminal Records
Friday, November 15, 2019
Jesse Marx, Voice of San Diego
Max Rivlin-Nadler, KPBS News
Shalina Chatlani, KPBS News
Law enforcement officers convicted of crimes
A collaborative investigation by dozens of California news organizations finds an alarming rate of law enforcement officers with criminal backgrounds. A records request discovered hundreds of convictions across the state, including here in San Diego. This in-depth investigation revealed many cases resulted in a plea deal, allowing the officers to continue working on the force. Roundtable dives into what was uncovered in this statewide inquiry.
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