Anthony “Tony” Saavedra

Investigative reporter at the Orange County Register

Investigative reporter at the Orange County Register

Anthony “Tony” Saavedra on KCRW

When cops behave badly (plant evidence, write false reports, collude with criminals), or when they use significant or deadly force, it’s up to other police officers to investigate.

The effort to unearth police misconduct records

When cops behave badly (plant evidence, write false reports, collude with criminals), or when they use significant or deadly force, it’s up to other police officers to investigate.

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