Phoenix Officers: Discrimination Claims Not Accurate Portrayal of Police
April 23, 2009
A group of 20 supervisors, retired officers and civilian staff spoke out Wednesday in response to racial-discrimination allegations which they said unfairly painted Phoenix police as racist.
The officers said they wished to respond to an ongoing investigation triggered by the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, which filed complaints on behalf of several officers who claimed their reports of discrimination were inadequately addressed by police management.
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