#43: When Objectivity is Your Only Currency: Police Oversight Part II

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Efforts to oversee police several decades ago resulted in hundreds of complaint review boards that investigate individual complaints. But a new type of oversight is gaining traction – one in which appointed civilians look at whole departments and how they do their jobs.

Independent police auditor Walter Katz of San Jose, California, says a police organization's investigative process is as important as its findings.

Find more about the National Association for Citizen Oversight of Law Enforcement here.