Review Of LAPD Racial Profiling Complaints Ordered

Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times, Jan. 31, 2007

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The department received 850 complaints of racial profiling in the last four years but did not sustain a single allegation, prompting commission President John Mack to direct the panel’s inspector general to look into the matter.

“I’m not suggesting that every allegation is a valid one. But I find it strange that we consistently never have a finding of one sustained complaint,” he said.

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