California has one of the weakest systems in the country for punishing police officers who’ve committed crimes, such as drunk driving, pedophilia, and manslaughter. A group of newsrooms worked together to create a public list of all of these officers.
Some California cops: convicted of crimes, still on the job
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The impeachment inquiry enters a new public phase this week. Senior diplomats Bill Taylor and George Kent are scheduled to testify on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
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Some California cops are convicted of crimes but allowed to stay on the job
In California, if you’re a cop who’s been convicted of a crime, there’s a good possibility you can keep your job.
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San Diego State University has suspended all 14 fraternities on campus after a student died. Dylan Hernandez was 19 years old. He was pledging Phi Gamma Delta.
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