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BART police meet the Citizen Review Board

From: KALW
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A civilian oversight board is now responsible for hearing a wide range of alleged BART police misconduct at their meetings every month. With the help of a new, independent police auditor they can recommend disciplinary action to the BART Board of Directors. Nicole Jones reports. Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-2 A civilian oversight board is now responsible for hearing a wide range of alleged BART police misconduct at their meetings every month. With the help of a new, independent police auditor they can recommend disciplinary action to the BART Board of Directors. Nicole Jones reports.

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Aired on "Crosscurrents" on KALW public radio on April 9, 2012.

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