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Department Of Justice Releases Report On Las Vegas Metro Police
Department Of Justice Releases Report On Las Vegas Metro Police

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AIR DATE: November 20, 2012

The Department of Justice released the results of a seven-month investigation of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police department, with 75 recommendations. Will the report fundamentally change the way the agency does business? And will it reduce the number of shootings by the police?
 
 
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Lawrence Mower, reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal
Brian Haynes, reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal
Dane Claussen, executive director, ACLU of Nevada

 

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