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This Week in Policing Reform: Hawaii Lifts Police Secrecy, Civilian Oversight Boards Make Ballots in Miami and Philadelphia

Added 07-10-20 02:21:02pm EST - “And Sen. Tim Scott (R?"S.C.) says policing reform in Congress might not be dead after all.” - Reason.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Reason.com: “This Week in Policing Reform: Hawaii Lifts Police Secrecy, Civilian Oversight Boards Make Ballots in Miami and Philadelphia”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

It's been another busy week for policing reform around the country. While legislation remains moribund in Congress, local and state governments around the country have continued to press forward with bills and proposals addressing police use of excessive force, civilian oversight and transparency, body cameras, and police in schools.

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