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APD cracks down after spike in shootings, Facebook comments


June 24, 2011
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APD cracks down after spike in shootings, Facebook comments

Wednesday meeting called to address "serious problems" within department

By Jeff Proctor
Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The city's top law enforcement official on Wednesday publicly acknowledged that APD is facing "serious problems" with many of its officers, who have put "a stain on the department."

Public Safety Director Darren White's comments followed an unusual, hourslong meeting at police headquarters that was called by White and Police Chief Ray Schultz for all of APD's 120-plus officers with the rank of sergeant and above.

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