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Police reluctantly OKs reform; vote averts federal intervention, but members are critical of the plan to deal with racial and rights issues
[Riverside, CA]


March 02, 2001
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Police reluctantly OKs reform; vote averts federal intervention, but members are critical of the plan to deal with racial and rights issues
[Riverside, CA]

Scott Gold, Times Staff Writer
February 28, 2001, Wednesday, Home Edition
Copyright 2001 / Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
February 28, 2001, Wednesday, Home Edition

(RIVERSIDE, Calif.) -- Displeased but unwilling to take its fight to court, the Riverside City Council on Tuesday grudgingly adopted a plan by California Atty. Gen. Bill Lockyer to rid the city's troubled Police Department of racism and civil rights violations.

Reacting largely to the 1998 shooting of a black woman, Tyisha Miller, by four white officers--an incident that created an uproar and exposed a racial divide in Riverside--Lockyer plans to oversee a far-reaching reform plan over the next five years.

Full story: Police reluctantly OKs reform; vote averts federal intervention, but members are critical of the plan to deal with racial and rights issues
[Riverside, CA]





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