Tacoma police Assistant Chief Kathy McAlpine addresses a question during public comment at an event Wednesday night at The Evergreen State College in Tacoma. Detective Ed Wade, left, and police Chief Don Ramsdell look on. The event was designed to explain newly available public data on the department’s complaints and officer-involved shootings.
Tacoma police Assistant Chief Kathy McAlpine addresses a question during public comment at an event Wednesday night at The Evergreen State College in Tacoma. Detective Ed Wade, left, and police Chief Don Ramsdell look on. The event was designed to explain newly available public data on the department’s complaints and officer-involved shootings. kocker@thenewstribune.com Kenny Ocker
Tacoma police Assistant Chief Kathy McAlpine addresses a question during public comment at an event Wednesday night at The Evergreen State College in Tacoma. Detective Ed Wade, left, and police Chief Don Ramsdell look on. The event was designed to explain newly available public data on the department’s complaints and officer-involved shootings. kocker@thenewstribune.com Kenny Ocker

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