Campus & Community

Few turning to civilians’ police board

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The Boston Globe

The report was conducted by a team of researchers led by Christopher E. Stone, a professor of criminal justice at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Stone said the review board and the police department’s internal affairs system are suffering for a variety of reasons, some of them quite simple: They are not keeping in touch with people who file complaints, are not informing them of the steps involved, and are giving them only 14 days to file an appeal.

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